Why people report better mental health in some countries than in others? In the early 2000s, the WHO conducted the World Mental Health Survey in 14 countries and found that the prevalence of mental disorders varies significantly across the sample countries.
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Self-report is the most commonly used method to collect data in behavioral research, but its reliability and validity have always been hotly debated. Obtaining reliable and valid data on behavioral questions especially sensitive ones (e.g., risky sex, condom use) represents a longstanding challenge ...