The Andrea Yates Effect: Priming Mental Illness Stereotypes Through Exemplification of Postpartum Disorders.

@article{Holman2017TheAY,
  title={The Andrea Yates Effect: Priming Mental Illness Stereotypes Through Exemplification of Postpartum Disorders.},
  author={Lynette Holman and Robert McKeever},
  journal={Health communication},
  year={2017},
  volume={32 10},
  pages={
          1284-1296
        }
}
In a randomized between-subjects design, participants (N = 80) were assigned to one of four conditions, 2 (pregnant, not pregnant) × 2 (extreme prime, moderate prime). It was hypothesized that primes involving moderate mental illness would be positively associated with increased perceived risk of developing postpartum depression. Hayes and Preacher's… CONTINUE READING