Reducing Subclinical Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression: A Comparison of Two College Courses

@inproceedings{Brown2004ReducingSS,
  title={Reducing Subclinical Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression: A Comparison of Two College Courses},
  author={Stephen Lawrence Brown and Glenn R. Schiraldi},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract Mental health has been declining among college students in recent years. Reports indicate that even subclinical symptoms of anxiety and depression can negatively influence life satisfaction and performance. Mental health experts are calling for more efforts to address these concerns among college and general populations. This study examined the effect of two, 15-week courses for reducing anxiety and depression symptoms in functional college students. Twenty-seven participants in a… CONTINUE READING

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