Correlates of socially restrictive and authoritarian attitudes toward mental patients in university students

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M. Morrison
Anton De Man
A. Drumheller
Cite this article:  Morrison, M., De Man, A., & Drumheller, A. (1993). Correlates of socially restrictive and authoritarian attitudes toward mental patients in university students. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 21(4), 333-338.


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Ninety-two university students (55 women; 37 men) participated in a study of the relationship between authoritarian and socially restrictive attitudes toward mental patients and the variables of trait-anxiety, self-esteem, locus of control, age, and gender. Results of multivariate analyses showed that individuals who score high in authoritarianism tend to be young, male, and believers in chance and fate (external locus of control). A similar pattern was found for social restrictiveness.

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