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A newly released study published in the Psychological Services journal says that Blacks who are better educated are significantly less likely to seek the services of a mental health professional than their white counterparts. “Past research has indicated [that] people with higher education levels are more likely to seek out and receive mental health services. While that may be true for whites, it appears the opposite is true for young adult blacks,” said sociologist and study author Dr. Clifford L. Broman.

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