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Media Portrayals of Mental Illness and the Third-Person Effect
Unformatted Document Text:  M c K e e v e r - P a g e | 22 1990 and 2000?,” 1465; Michael A. Lindsey, Wynne S. Korr, Marina Broitman, Lee Bone, Alan Green, and Philip J. Leaf ,“Help-seeking behaviours and depression among African American adolescent boys,” Social Work 51 (2006): 49–58. 12 Kara Zivina, Daniel Eisenberg, Sarah E. Gollust, and Ezra Golberstein, “Persistence of mental health problems and needs in a college student population,” Journal of Affective Disorders 117 (fall 2009): 180-185. 13 Lindsey, et al., “Help-seeking behaviours and depression among African American adolescent boys,” 49. 14 Elizabeth A. Pascoe and Laura Smart Richman, “Perceived Discrimination and Health: A Meta-Analytic Review,” Psychology Bulletin 135 (4 2009): 531–554. 15 David L. Vogel, Marcia L. Michaels, and Natalie J. Gruss, “Parental Attitudes and College Students' Intentions to Seek Therapy,” Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 28 (6, 2009). 16 George Gerbner, Larry Gross, Michael Morgan, Nancy Signorielli, and James Shanahan “Growing up with television: Cultivation processes,” in Media Effects ed. Jennings Bryant and Dolf Zillmann (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002), 43–68. 17 Haverhals and Lang, “An empirical examination of the effect of DTC advertising on stigma towards mental illness” 5. 18 Aaron Levin, “When mental illness makes news, facts often missing in action,” Psychiatric News (40 2005): 18-19. 19 Loretta Lopez, “Adolescents' attitudes toward mental illness and perceived sources of their attitudes: An examination of pilot data,” Archives of Psychiatric Nursing (5 1991): 271-280. 20 Philip Davidson “The third-person effect in communication,” Public Opinion Quarterly (47 1983): 1–15; Philip Davidson “The third-person effect revisited,” International Journal of Public Opinion Research (8 1996): 113–119. 21 Jie Xu and William J. Gonzenbach, “Does a Perceptual Discrepancy Lead to Action? A Meta-analysis of the Behavioral Component of the Third-Person Effect,” International Journal of Public Opinion Research (20 2008): 375-385 22 Micheal Salwen and Michael Dupagne, “The Third-Person Effect: Perceptions of the Media's Influence and Immoral Consequences,” Communication Research (October 1999): 523-549. 23 Patrick C. Meirick, "Media Schemas, Perceived Effects, and Person Perceptions,” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 83 (September 2006): 632-649.

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M c K e e v e r   -   P a g e  | 22 
1990 and 2000?,” 1465; Michael A. Lindsey, Wynne S. Korr, Marina Broitman, Lee Bone, Alan 
Green, and Philip J. Leaf ,“Help-seeking behaviours and depression among African American 
adolescent boys,” Social Work 51 (2006): 49–58. 
 Kara Zivina, Daniel Eisenberg, Sarah E. Gollust, and Ezra Golberstein, “Persistence of mental 
health problems and needs in a college student population,” Journal of Affective Disorders 117 
(fall 2009): 180-185. 
 Lindsey, et al., “Help-seeking behaviours and depression among African American adolescent 
boys,” 49. 
 Elizabeth A. Pascoe and Laura Smart Richman, “Perceived Discrimination and Health: A 
Meta-Analytic Review,” Psychology Bulletin 135 (4 2009): 531–554.  
 David L. Vogel, Marcia L. Michaels, and Natalie J. Gruss, “Parental Attitudes and College 
Students' Intentions to Seek Therapy,” Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 28 (6, 2009). 
 George Gerbner, Larry Gross, Michael Morgan, Nancy Signorielli, and James Shanahan 
“Growing up with television: Cultivation processes,” in Media Effects ed. Jennings Bryant and 
Dolf Zillmann (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2002), 43–68.  
 Haverhals and Lang, “An empirical examination of the effect of DTC advertising on stigma 
towards mental illness” 5. 
 Aaron Levin, “When mental illness makes news, facts often missing in action,” Psychiatric 
News (40 2005): 18-19. 
 Loretta Lopez, “Adolescents' attitudes toward mental illness and perceived sources of their 
attitudes: An examination of pilot data,” Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 
(5 1991): 271-280. 
 Philip Davidson “The third-person effect in communication,” Public Opinion Quarterly (47 
1983): 1–15; Philip Davidson “The third-person effect revisited,” International Journal of Public 
Opinion Research (
8 1996): 113–119. 
   Jie Xu and William J. Gonzenbach, “Does a Perceptual Discrepancy Lead to Action? A 
Meta-analysis of the Behavioral Component of the Third-Person Effect,” International Journal 
of Public Opinion Research
 (20 2008): 375-385 
 Micheal Salwen and Michael Dupagne, “The Third-Person Effect: Perceptions of the Media's 
Influence and Immoral Consequences,” Communication Research (October 1999): 523-549. 
 Patrick C. Meirick, "Media Schemas, Perceived Effects, and Person Perceptions,” Journalism 
& Mass Communication Quarterly 83 (September 2006): 632-649. 

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