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The present study examined the associations between attitudes towards seeking professional psychological help ATSPPH , adherence to Asian values, cultural mistrust, and salience of ethnic identity in a sample of South Asian university students in Britain. A total of participants completed a survey consisting of measures of the afore-mentioned variables, and provided their demographic details.
Further analyses revealed that ATSPPH was ificantly predicted by ethnic identity, cultural mistrust, and adherence to Asian values, once the effects of participant sex and ethnicity had been partialled out. The implications of these for promoting mental health care utilisation among South Asian students are discussed in conclusion. Recommended articles lists articles that we recommend and is powered by our AI driven recommendation engine.
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