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The Role Of Stigma Coping And Social Support In Mediating The Effect Of Societal Stigma On Internalized Stigma, Mental Health Recovery, And Quality Of Life Among People With Serious Mental Illness



The Role Of Stigma Coping And Social Support In Mediating The Effect Of Societal Stigma On Internalized Stigma, Mental Health Recovery, And Quality Of Life Among People With Serious Mental Illness



Journal of Community Psychology 41(5): 582-600




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DOI: 10.1002/jcop.21558


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