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Do Different Narrative Styles Affect Intervention Films’ Ability In Reducing Schizophrenia Stigmas?
Abstract: College of Arts & Sciences
Washington University Senior Honors Thesis Abstracts (WUSHTA), Volume 5 Spring 2013
From the Washington University Senior Honors Thesis Abstracts (WUSHTA), Volume 5, Spring 2013. Published by the Office of Undergraduate Research. Joy Zalis Kiefer, Director of Undergraduate Research / Assistant Dean in the College of Arts & Sciences; E. Holly Tasker, Editor; Kristin Sobotka, Undergraduate Research Coordinator.
Mentor: Michael Strube
Liu, Danni, "Do Different Narrative Styles Affect Intervention Films’ Ability In Reducing Schizophrenia Stigmas? " (2013). Spring 2013. 156.
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