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Pezeshki Z, Bolhari J. Attitude Toward Mental Illness in Two Rural Districts. IJPCP. 1994; 1 (2 and 3) :68-75
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The attitude of 13% of two rural districts population in the north of Tehran towards mental illness was examined through a questionnaire devised for this study Findings indicate that the variables of education and socio – economic class were inversely correlated with an attitude of pessimism toward mental patients. Furthermore, the variable of age was positively correlated with pessimism. On the whole 67.8% has an optimistic attitude toward the behaviors of mental patients.
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