Measuring help seeking intentions: Properties of the General Help Seeking QuestionnaireFaculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences - Papers (Archive)
AbstractThis articles describes the theoretical underpinnings, development and psychometric properties of the General Help-Seeking Questionnaire: a measure of help-seeking intentions that is being used as the central outcome variable in a number of national and international help-seeking studies.
Citation InformationCoralie J Wilson, Frank P Deane, Joseph V Ciarrochi and Debra Rickwood. "Measuring help seeking intentions: Properties of the General Help Seeking Questionnaire" (2005) p. 15 - 28
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