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Readings in Ethnic Psychology

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Overview

First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781317827924
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 11/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 384
  • File size: 4 MB

Table of Contents

Introduction

I. PSYCHOLOGY AND ETHNICITY: THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

Lee A. Clark -- Mutual Relevance of Mainstream and Cross-Cultural Psychology

Sumie Okazaki and Stanley Sue -- Methodological Issues in

Assessment Research with Ethnic Minorities

II. PSYCHOLOGY AND ETHNICITY: BASIC QUESTIONS

National Advisory Mental Health Council -- Basic Behavioral Science Research for Mental Health

Marvin Zuckerman -- Some Dubious Premises in Research and Theory

on Racial Differences

III. ETHNIC IDENTITY

Jean S. Phinney -- Ethnic Identity in Adolescents and Adults: Review of Research

Maria P. P. Root -- Resolving "Other" Status: Identity Development of Biracial Individuals

IV. ACCULTURATION AND

BICULTURALISM

John W. Berry -- Acculturative Stress

Teresa LaFromboise, Hardin L. K. Coleman, and Jennifer Gerton -- Psychological Impact of Biculturalism: Evidence and Theory

V. RISK BEHAVIORS

Barbara K.Yee, Felipe G. Castro, W.

Rodney Hammond, Robert John, Gail E. Wyatt and Betty R. Yung -- Risk-Taking and Abusive Behaviors Among Ethnic Minorities

William A. Vega, Rick S. Zimmerman, George J. Warheit, Eleni Apospori, and Andres G. Gil -- Risk Factors for Early Adolescent Drug Use

in Four Ethnic and Racial Groups

Raul Caetano -- Drinking and Alcohol-Related Problems Among Minority Women

Gerardo Marin -- Expectancies for Drinking and Excessive Drinking Among Mexican Americans and Non-Hispanic Whites

VI. CULTURE, BEHAVIOR AND

HEALTH

Shirley P. Bagley, Ronald Angel, Peggye Dilworth-Anderson, William Liu, and Steven Schinke -- Adaptive Health Behaviors Among Ethnic Minorities

Pamela Balls Organista and Kurt C. Organista -- Culture and Gender Sensitive AIDS Prevention with

Mexican Migrant Laborers: A Primer for Counselors

VII. PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS

Amado M. Padilla, Richard C. Cervantes, Margarita Maldonado, Rosa E. Garcia -- Coping Responses to Psychosocial Stressors Among Mexican and Central American Immigrants

Shelley

R. Adler -- Refugee Stress and Folk Belief: Hmong Sudden Deaths

Stanley Sue, Derald W. Sue, Leslie Sue, and David T. Takeuchi -- Psychopathology Among Asian Americans: A Model Minority?

Francis R. Abueg and Kevin M. Chun -- Traumatization Stress among

Asians and Asian Americans

Robert E. Roberts, Catherine R. Roberts, and Y. Richard Chen -- Ethnocultural Differences in Prevalence of Adolescent Depression

VIII. CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE INTERVENTIONS

Lloyd H. Rogler -- Research on Mental Health

Services: Targets of Convergence

David T. Takeuchi, Stanley Sue, and May Yeh -- Return Rates and Outcomes from Ethnicity-Specific Mental Health Programs

George S. Renfrey -- Cognitive-Behavior Therapy and the Native American Client

Kurt C.

Organista and Ricardo R. Munoz -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Latinos

Jewelle T. Gibbs and Diana Fuery -- Mental Health and Well-Being of Black Women: Toward Strategies of Empowerment

Davis Y. Ja and Bart Aoki -- Substance Abuse

Treatment: Cultural Barriers in the Asian-American Community

and the editors must be congratulated for their thoughtful and illuminating efforts (Joseph E. Trimble, Professor of Psychology, Western Washington University)

range of issues (David T. Takeuchi, Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Science, UCLA)

University of California)

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