Paper of the month- The Role of the Narrative in Educative Suicide Awareness Materials- A Randomized Controlled Trial published in Health Communication
Posted March 3, 2023 under Research News
We have a new paper of the month!
Benedikt Till and colleagues tested the impact of educative news articles that conveyed different narratives of suicide prevention. In their study, they found that the impact of educative suicide awareness materials on readers' access to suicide- and suicide-prevention-related concepts in memory seemed to vary depending on the narrative featured in the article. The paper was recently published in Health Communication and can be found here:
Reference for citation:
Till, B., Arendt, F., & Niederkrotenthaler, T. (2023). The Role of the Narrative in Educative Suicide Awareness Materials: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Health Communication, online ahead of print. doi: 10.1080/10410236.2023.2167580.