Increasing Positive Perceptions of Counseling

@article{Kaplan2012IncreasingPP,
  title={Increasing Positive Perceptions of Counseling},
  author={Scott A. Kaplan and David L Vogel and Douglas A. Gentile and Nathaniel G. Wade},
  journal={The Counseling Psychologist},
  year={2012},
  volume={40},
  pages={409 - 442}
}
This study assesses the effectiveness of repeated exposures to a video intervention based on the Elaboration Likelihood Model. The video was designed to increase help-seeking attitudes and perceptions of peer norms and to decrease the stigma associated with seeking counseling. Participants were 290 undergraduates who were randomly assigned to a repeated-exposure video intervention, a single-exposure video intervention, or a control video condition. Participants completed measures pre- and post… 

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