Stigma Kesehatan Mental Dikalangan Mahasiswa

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Putri Kesyha
Tamora Br Tarigan
Ledi Wayoi
Elsa Novita

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This study investigates the pervasive stigma surrounding mental health among university students, hindering their willingness to seek help. The research, conducted through a Systematic Literature Review, analyzes ten relevant articles to understand the impact of societal attitudes on students' help-seeking behavior. Negative stereotypes and discrimination create barriers, making students hesitant to discuss their mental health concerns openly. Addressing this stigma is crucial for fostering a supportive environment. The study emphasizes the need for targeted interventions and educational campaigns to promote mental health awareness, encouraging students to seek assistance without fear of judgment

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Kesyha, P., Br Tarigan, T., Wayoi, L., & Novita, E. (2024). Stigma Kesehatan Mental Dikalangan Mahasiswa. Journal on Education, 6(2), 13206-13220. https://doi.org/10.31004/joe.v6i2.5107
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