Rural US Residents Recognize Anxiety Better than Urbanites and Suburbanites but Hold Similar Stigma
Surveys 627 adults to find whether rural adults are more likely to recognize anxiety symptoms when compared with nonrural adults. Also examines stigma regarding anxiety and compares results between both rural and nonrural adults and level of access to mental health services. Data is broken down by multiple variables including gender, race, age, household income, education, rurality, and more.
Scott Loveridge, Mark Skidmore, Robert Shupp, et al.
Journal of Rural Health, 39(4), 860-869
Access · Mental health · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Stigma