The prediction of behavioral intention to use online mental health interventions.

  title={The prediction of behavioral intention to use online mental health interventions.},
  author={Krittipat Chuenphitthayavut and Tang Zihuang and Tingshao Zhu},
  journal={PsyCh journal},
This cross-sectional study addresses two important contributions to understanding behavioral intention to use online mental health interventions: (a) to investigate the proposed behavioral intention model in predicting the use of online mental health interventions, and (b) to compare the proposed behavioral intention model in predicting the use of online mental health interventions between Chinese and Thai patients and between healthy individuals and those with mental health disorders. The… 
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