Psychological Explanations - Mental Health and Personality, Confounding factors


 What are the confounding factors?

The confounding factors consist of social class, violence, stigmatisation and co-morbidity. An individuals with a mental disorder may be less able to engage in holding down good employment, keeping their house etc. This may result in them become part of a low socioeconomic area. Although, an individual's mental disorder my become more prevant due to the stressors of living in a low socioeconomic area. If you can afford care for your mental health. Partically in the early intervention time period (as a young individual). This may enable you to go into adult life in a postive and meaningful way of coping with the mental illness. You can afford to


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