January 26, 2016 Study finds differences in tolerance depending on language used.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Even subtle differences in how you refer to people with mental illness can affect levels of tolerance, a new study has found.
In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers found that participants showed less tolerance toward people who were referred to as “the mentally ill” when compared to those referred to as “people with mental illness.”
For example, participants were more likely to agree with the statement “the mentally ill should Read More
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