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      Stigma, Pluralistic Ignorance, and Attitudes Toward Seeking Mental Health Services Among Police Officers

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      Criminal Justice and Behavior
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            Pluralistic ignorance and alcohol use on campus: some consequences of misperceiving the social norm.

            Four studies examined the relation between college students' own attitudes toward alcohol use and their estimates of the attitudes of their peers. All studies found widespread evidence of pluralistic ignorance: Students believed that they were more uncomfortable with campus alcohol practices than was the average student. Study 2 demonstrated this perceived self-other difference also with respect to one's friends. Study 3 traced attitudes toward drinking over the course of a semester and found gender differences in response to perceived deviance: Male students shifted their attitudes over time in the direction of what they mistakenly believed to be the norm, whereas female students showed no such attitude change. Study 4 found that students' perceived deviance correlated with various measures of campus alienation, even though that deviance was illusory. The implications of these results for general issues of norm estimation and responses to perceived deviance are discussed.
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              Measuring the self-stigma associated with seeking psychological help.

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                Journal
                Criminal Justice and Behavior
                Criminal Justice and Behavior
                SAGE Publications
                0093-8548
                1552-3594
                January 21 2016
                November 09 2015
                : 43
                : 6
                : 759-777
                Article
                10.1177/0093854815613103
                9f851a95-673a-4ad5-8924-7d1a2a59e3ff
                © 2015

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