Predictors of Community Stigma

Predictors of Community Stigma

Completed Projects:

Philip Yanos (PI): Survey of Attitudes Toward Mental Illness In New York State

Joseph DeLuca (PI): Survey of Predictors of Attitudes and Behaviors Toward Mental Illness in New York State

Joseph DeLuca (PI): Survey of Social Attitudes in the United States

Associated Publications:

**DeLuca, J., *Vaccaro, J., *Seda, J., & Yanos, P. T. (Under Review). Political Attitudes as Predictors of the Multiple Dimensions of Mental Health Stigma.

**DeLuca, J. S., *Vaccaro, J., *Rudnik, A., **Graham, N., *Giannicchi, A., & Yanos, P. T. (In Press). Sociodemographic predictors of sex offender stigma: How politics impact attitudes, social distance, and perceptions of sex offender recidivism. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology.

**Gonzales, L., **Chan, G., & Yanos, P. T. (2017). Individual and neighborhood predictors of mental illness stigma in New York state. Stigma and Health, 2, 175-181.

**DeLuca, J. S., Clement, T., & Yanos, P. T. (2017). Does individual stigma predict mental health funding? Toward an understanding of resource allocation and social climate. The Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences, 54, 6-16.

**DeLuca, J. S., & Yanos, P. T. (2016). Managing the terror of a dangerous world: Political attitudes as predictors of mental health stigma. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 62, 21-30. doi:10.1177/0020764015589131.



* MA Student co-author

**Ph.D. Student co-author

***Postdoctoral Fellow co-author

****Undergraduate co-author

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