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Who do they think we are? Public perceptions of psychiatrists and psychologists
Advances in mental health
1 Who do they think we are? Public perceptions of Psychiatrists and Psychologists. Objective: Psychiatrists and psychologists assess and treat individuals with a wide-range of mental health needs, and the differences between them are not always well understood by other professionals or the public. Most work on perceptions in mental health has evaluated issues such as diagnosis, risk, prognosis, and blame. Little has evaluated and contrasted broader perceptions of psychiatrists anddoi:10.1080/18387357.2017.1404433 fatcat:jznrpuwot5ervhqwpeqe3uwcee