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About misbahg

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  1. Alright, I'm going to look into trying to make the questions more fairer. I'll have to speak to my supervisor about the best way to do it, and see what she says. Sorry you felt that way.
  2. Hi, thanks for completing the questionnaire. I'm sorry you feel that way, but I didn't target them to a more negative response, I used accredited scales. But I am going to ask my supervisor, I don't know how else to overcome the issue
  3. Hi, thanks for your feedback. I've given the exact same questionnaire to people who work with the mentally ill as well as the general population. I've just removed the word 'police officer' to 'mental health worker' or 'general population'. I did try and be fair. The rest of the questionnaire are just scales used from previous research I hope you can finish it, it'll be nice to get a females perspective. So far all participants are male If you'll rather have the questionnaire for mental health workers. I can give that
  4. Hi, I'm a psychology student completing a dissertation on police attitudes on mental health, the questionnaire takes about 5 mins. The link is https://www.esurveycreator.co.uk/s/90b536b