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Research Questions and Hypothesis In Jensen et al.’s (2007) article two research questions were identified: Are stigmas and negative beliefs toward children with mental illness and treatment more prominent to particular subgroups and does parental or marital status influence stigma or beliefs about a child’s mental health issue. Jensen et al. hypothesized stigmas and negative attitudes toward children and adolescents with mental illness and the use of psychiatric care and/or psychiatric medications are barriers that make treating this population difficult for providers. Jensen et al stated this in the start of the study and it ... ... middle of paper ... ...iminate children with mental health problems and evaluating how society responds to different types of mental health illnesses (Jensen et al., 2007). The cost of the study was not addressed.
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