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Sara Davidson, Kate Sewel and Daniel Tse, Ipsos MORI, and Professor Rory O'Connor, University of Stirling
ISBN 978 0 7559 7632 4 (Web only publication) ISSN 0950 2254
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AcknowledgementsGlossary of TermsExecutive Summary
1 Introduction 2 Research Methodology and Analysis 3 Demographic Profile of Respondents 4 General Health and Lifestyle 5 Mental Health Problems and Wellbeing 6 Experience of Mental Health Problems 7 Attitudes Towards Mental Health Problems 8 Attitudes Towards Specific Symptoms of Mental Health Problems 9 Conclusions
Annex A: Advance Letter Annex B: Survey Administration Annex C: Contact Sheet Annex D: Questionnaire for the 2008 Survey Annex E: Multivariate Analysis Techniques Annex F: Statistical Significance and Reliability Annex G: Additional Multivariate Analysis Undertaken Annex H: Mediation Analysis Annex I: Mental Health Problem Scenarios - Question by Question Analysis
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