Can the Theory of Planned Behaviour help explain intentions to engage with Low Intensity Psychological Therapy? A collective model with effects of Traditional Masculinity Ideology

This study aims to apply a particular theory of health behaviour to predict young men’s intentions to engage with Low Intensity Psychological Therapy (more commonly referred to “guided-self help”). The research also aims to assess the effect of traditional masculinity ideology on the intentions to engage with this type of therapy. Takes about 5 minutes

Young men aged 18-30 from the UK

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