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Hammer, Joseph H.; Vogel, David L. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2013
Prior research on professional psychological help-seeking behavior has operated on the assumption that the decision to seek help is based on intentional and reasoned processes. However, research on the dual-process prototype/willingness model (PWM; Gerrard, Gibbons, Houlihan, Stock, & Pomery, 2008) suggests health-related decisions may also…
Descriptors: Help Seeking, Counseling Psychology, Structural Equation Models, Decision Making
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Hammer, Joseph H.; Vogel, David L. – Counseling Psychologist, 2010
Although depression among men is becoming better understood, men still underuse counseling services. Hence, there is an important need for improved ways to reach out to depressed men. This study examined the efficacy of a male-sensitive brochure aimed toward improving attitudes about seeking counseling and reducing the self-stigma of seeking…
Descriptors: Counseling Services, Help Seeking, Mental Health, Marketing
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Vogel, David L.; Bitman, Rachel L.; Hammer, Joseph H.; Wade, Nathaniel G. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2013
Stigma is considered an important barrier to seeking mental health services. Two types of stigma exist: public stigma and self-stigma. Theoretically, it has been argued that public stigma leads to the development of self-stigma. However, the empirical support for this assertion is limited to cross-sectional data. Therefore, the goal of this…
Descriptors: Health Services, Mental Health Programs, Structural Equation Models, Social Attitudes
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Heimerdinger-Edwards, Sarah R.; Vogel, David L.; Hammer, Joseph H. – Counseling Psychologist, 2011
This reaction highlights several strengths of this major contribution and discusses some future directions in this line of research. The authors offer research ideas in the areas of cultural and cross-cultural issues, couples and relationships, as well as direct and indirect effects of sexual objectification on men. In terms of providing…
Descriptors: Eating Disorders, Intimacy, Labeling (of Persons), Depression (Psychology)
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Vogel, David L.; Heimerdinger-Edwards, Sarah R.; Hammer, Joseph H.; Hubbard, Asale – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2011
The role of conformity to dominant U.S. masculine norms as an antecedent to help-seeking attitudes in men has been established using convenience samples made up largely of college-age and European American males. However, the role of conformity to masculine norms on help-seeking attitudes for noncollege-age men or for men from diverse backgrounds…
Descriptors: College Students, Race, Help Seeking, Structural Equation Models
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Vogel, David L.; Armstrong, Patrick Ian; Tsai, Pei-Chun; Wade, Nathaniel G.; Hammer, Joseph H.; Efstathiou, Georgios; Holtham, Elizabeth; Kouvaraki, Elli; Liao, Hsin-Ya; Shechtman, Zipora; Topkaya, Nursel – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2013
Researchers have found that the stigma associated with seeking therapy--particularly self-stigma--can inhibit the use of psychological services. Yet, most of the research on self-stigma has been conducted in the United States. This is a considerable limitation, as the role of self-stigma in the help-seeking process may vary across cultural groups.…
Descriptors: Factor Analysis, Help Seeking, Validity, Cultural Differences
Luetkemeyer, Joseph L.; Vogel, Alan H. – Man/Society/Technology, 1978
Johann Gottlieb Heusinger, an eighteenth-century German educator who was influenced by writings of Rousseau and Kant, argued the importance of bodily activity to children and advocated making industrial occupations central in the elementary curriculum. Heusinger's ideas influenced Dewey and Bonser and ultimately were important to the Industrial…
Descriptors: Educational History, Educational Philosophy, Educational Theories, Experiential Learning
Robinson, Edward H.; Rotter, Joseph C.; Robinson, Sandra L.; Fey, Mary Ann; Vogel, Joanne E. – 2003
This book explains how fears, anxiety, and stress develop in children, and how they can learn to successfully cope with these factors. It offers specific activities designed to assist in coping with a particular aspect of fear or stress. Part I, "Overview of Fears and Stress," contains activities to complement the various curricular…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Children, Coping, Counselor Training