A total of 1,370 study forms were completed by the students before and after each presentation (63 presentations in total). In filling out the forms, the students were first presented with the following paragraph: "Imagine someone you knew fairly well started to act differently, even strangely. Their work at school started to suffer, and/or they stopped socializing with people, and/or they were bored and uninterested in anything, and/or they were starting to talk about and believe in very strange and unlikely things, and/or they were drinking heavily and taking drugs, and/or they seemed very depressed for a long time and were getting worse, not better." Almost all the students said they would "talk to them and suggest to them they needed to talk with their parents, teacher, or family physician" (88 percent before the presentation, compared with 94 percent after). Many students said that they "would call their parents, teacher, guidance counselor, or family physician" (43 percent before compared with 66 percent after).