Adam Fominaya

Adam Fominaya

Feb 15, 2018

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About This Project

Deciding whether to disclose a mental illness (MI) at work may have a impact on one's quality of life. Those with a mental illness are simultaneously encouraged and discouraged from disclosing due to competing factors such as discrimination and accommodation-seeking. We hope to better understand how people with MI think about disclosing in order to ensure that disclosure-decisions are more fully informed and supported in the workplace.

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