Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Acculturative stress and coping strategies among Mainland Chinese university students in Hong Kong: A qualitative inquiry.

Despite the growing population of Mainland Chinese students at the local government-funded universities in Hong Kong, little is known about their acculturation experiences and psychosocial adjustment. Drawing on an acculturation framework (Berry, 2003)…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Finding the fluoride: Examining how and why developmental relationships are the active ingredient in interventions that work.

Comments on an article by Megan M. Julian & Junlei Li (see record 2012-10324-001). Junlei Li and Megan Julian argued that a major and under appreciated factor in the success and failure of interventions intended to improve the lives of children and you…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Muslim Americans’ safety and well-being in the wake of Trump: A public health and social justice crisis.

This study examined the perceived impact of religious discrimination and Islamophobia on Muslim Americans’ well-being during the 2016 United States presidential election campaign. Data were collected from a national sample of 1,130 Muslim Americans. Perceived religious discrimination (PRD) was measured using the Perceived Religious Discrimination Scale. Results of canonical correlation analysis showed that perceived Islamophobia was associated with safety (β = .45, p

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Trauma proliferation and stress generation (TPSG) dynamics and their implications for clinical science.

The current research and clinical focus on single traumas fails to assess numerous important trauma dynamics including trauma proliferation. In this study, 2 trauma proliferation pathways were identified that utilize a developmentally based trauma fram…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Anxiety sensitivity and rumination: Transdiagnostic factors involved in the relation between subjective social status and anxiety and depressive symptoms and disorders among economically disadvantaged Latinos in primary care.

Latinos face striking physical and mental health disparities. One factor associated with such disparities is subjective social status, reflecting subjective ratings of social standing. Yet there is presently a lack of empirical information about the me…

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