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Table 1 Exposure variables hypothesised to be associated with greater intentions of help-seeking and higher odds of past help-seeking behaviours

From: Predictors of mental health help-seeking among Polish people living in the United Kingdom

Greater intentions of future help-seeking will be associated with: Higher odds of past help-seeking behaviours will be associated with:
- predisposing factors: - predisposing factors:
 (1) being female  (1) being female
 (2) being older  (2) being older
 (3) being married  (3) being married
 (4) longer length of stay in the UK  (4) longer length of stay in the UK
 (5) presence of a partner in the UK  (5) presence of a partner in the UK
 (6) presence of a child/children in the UK  (6) presence of a child/children in the UK
 (7) lower help-seeking self-stigma  (7) lower help-seeking self-stigma
- enabling factors: - enabling factors:
 (1) having a degree  (1) having a degree
 (2) being employed  (2) being employed
 (3) greater perceived social support  (3) greater perceived social support
 (4) better proficiency in English language  (4) better proficiency in English language
 (5) better knowledge of NHS  (5) better knowledge of NHS
 (6) greater acculturation  (6) greater acculturation
   (7) history of help-seeking behaviours
- need factors: - need factors:
 (1) poorer mental health  (1) poorer mental health