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Social capital and reported discrimination among people with depression in 15 European countries

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  • Silvia Zoppei
  • Antonio Lasalvia
  • Chiara Bonetto
  • Tine Van Bortel
  • Fredrica Nyqvist
  • Martin Webber
  • Esa Aromaa
  • Jaap Van Weeghel
  • Mariangela Lanfredi
  • Judit Harangozó
  • Kristian Wahlbeck
  • Graham Thornicroft
  • the ASPEN Study Group


Publication details

JournalSocial psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology
DateAccepted/In press - 27 Feb 2014
DatePublished (current) - 18 Mar 2014
Issue number10
Number of pages10
Pages (from-to)1589-1598
Original languageEnglish


Social capital is a protective factor for mental health. People with depression are vulnerable to discrimination and its damaging impact. No previous studies have explored the link between social capital and experienced or anticipated discrimination in people with depression. This study aims to test the hypothesis that levels of self-reported discrimination in people with depression are inversely associated with social capital levels.

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