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Cross-cultural insights from two global mental health studies: self-enhancement and ingroup biases
9 May 2024

Paper from the Recovery Research Team

Kotera Y, Ronaldson A, Hayes D, Hunter-Brown H, McPhilbin M, Dunnett D, Jebara T, Takhi S, Masuda T, Camacho E, Bakolis I, Repper J, Meddings S, Stergiopoulos V, Brophy L, De Ruysscher C, Okoliyski M, Kubinov√° P, Eplov L, Toernes C, Narusson D, Tinland A, Puschner B, Hiltensperger R, Lucchi F, Miyamoto Y, Castelein S, Borg M, Klevan T, Meng R, Sornchai C, Tiengtom K, Farkas M, Jones H, Moore E, Butler A, Mpango R, Tse S, Kondor Z, Ryan M, Zuaboni G, Elton D, Grant-Rowles J, McNaughton R, Harcla C, Vanderplasschen W, Arbour S, Silverstone D, Bejerholm U, Powell C, Ochoa S, Garcia-Franco M, Tolonen J, Yeo C, Charles A, Jepps J, Simpson A, Kellerman V, Todowede O, Asher L, Murakami M, Hopkins L, Jahau N, Arakawa N, Scanferla E, Henderson C, Slade M (2024) Cross-cultural insights from two global mental health studies: self-enhancement and ingroup biases, International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. Available here

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