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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What comes to mind when you hear the term ‘mental health’?

2)

What do you think your mental health will be like in the future?

3)

What do you do to maintain or improve your mental health?

4)

Are you worried about the mental health of anyone you know?

5)

Is mental health more important than physical health?

6)

Are there many people with mental health problems in your country?

7)

What does your government do for people with mental health diseases and problems?

8)

How can society help people with mental health problems or stop people from developing them?

9)

Do you think modern society increases the likelihood of mental health problems?

10)

Would you like to take karate lessons?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

How is your mental health?

2)

Has your mental health changed over the years?

3)

What affects your mental health on a daily basis?

4)

Are you worried about your mental health?

5)

How does one’s mental health deteriorate?

6)

What is the relationship between sleep and mental health?

7)

What mental health disorders and problems do you know of?

8)

One of the most common mental health problems is depression. How can we help people who suffer from this?

9)

If someone has a mental health disorder, should they be kept in a special mental health institution?

10)

Are murderers with mental health problems really murderers?


 


 
 
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