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Professor Jan Scott conducts a prospective survey of the ways psychiatry is presented in the media.

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Appleby, L. (1991a) Psychiatry and the media: hating heroes. Psychiatry Bulletin, 15, 590–519.
Appleby, L. (1991b) Psychiatry and the media: experts. Psychiatric Bulletin, 15, 107108.
Bhugra, D. (1989) Attitudes towards mental illness. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 80, 112.
Bhugra, D. & Scott, J. (1989) The public image of psychiatry – a pilot study. Psychiatric Bulletin, 13, 330333.
Gabbard, K. & Gabbard, G. (1987) Psychiatry and the Cinema. London: University of Chicago Press.
Matas, M., el-Guebaly, N., Harper, D., Green, M. & Peterkin, A. (1985) Mental illness and the media: an assessment of attitudes and communication. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 30, 1217.
Matas, M., el-Guebaly, N., Harper, D., Green, M. & Peterkin, A. (1986) Mental illness and the media: content analysis of press coverage of mental health topics. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 31, 431433.
Scott, J. (1986) What puts medical students off psychiatry? Psychiatric Bulletin, 10, 98100.
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BJPsych Bulletin
  • ISSN: 0955-6036
  • EISSN: 1472-1473
  • URL: /core/journals/bjpsych-bulletin
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