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Project 2, Mental Health Concerns of Non-Clinical Sample

In 1994-95, The Research Consortium conducted a similar study focused on the mental health concerns of students who had not sought counseling (i.e., a non-clinical sample) so that we could compare them to the clinical sample from Project 1. The same Counseling Concerns Survey was used in this second study so that direct comparisons could be made. Each center recruited a diverse sample from students who had not sought counseling at the time of contact, resulting in some 2,500 participants from 28 campuses.

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