Psychologists Explore Mental Health Impacts of Immigration Legislation
Jul 16, 2013 - 11:02:20 AM
"Reasonable Suspicion About Tough Immigration Legislation: Enforcing Laws or Ethnocentric Exclusion?" Sahana Mukherjee, MA, Glenn Adams, PhD, and Ludwin Molina, PhD, University of Kansas
"The Complexity and Ambivalence of Immigration Attitudes: Ambivalent Stereotypes Predict Conflicting Attitudes Toward Immigration Policies," Christine Reyna, PhD, DePaul University; Ovidiu Dobria, MA, Malcolm X College; and Geoffrey Wetherell, MA, DePaul University
"Attitudes Toward Unauthorized Immigrants, Authorized Immigrants, and Refugees," Kate E. Murray, PhD, and David Marx, PhD, San Diego State University
"¿Y Ahora Qué? Anticipated Immigration Status Barriers and Latina/o High School Students' Future Expectations,"Ellen Hawley McWhirter, PhD, Karina Ramos, MA, and Cynthia Medina, MS, University of Oregon
"Expanding our borders: Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology's Special Issue on Immigration," Nadine Nakamura, PhD, University of La Verne; Pratyusha Tummala-Narra, PhD, Boston College; and Michael A. Zárate, PhD, University of Texas El Paso
Other articles in the special issue include:
"The Importance of Family Factors and Generation Status: Mental Health Service Use Among Latinos and Asian Americans," Janet Chang, PhD, Trinity College; Misaki N. Natsuaki, PhD, University of California, Riverside; and Chih-Nan Chen, PhD, National Taipei University. Contact: Janet Chang at firstname.lastname@example.org
"'Hard to Crack:' Experiences of Community Integration Among First and Second Generation Asian MSM in Canada,"Nadine Nakamura, PhD, University of La Verne; Elic Chan, PhD, University of Toronto; and Benedikt Fischer, PhD, Simon Fraser University. Contact: Nadine Nakamura at email@example.com
"Perceived Discrimination and Depressive Symptoms Among Immigrant-origin Adolescents," Pratyusha Tummala-Narra, PhD, and Milena Claudius, MA, Boston College. Contact: Pratyusha Tummala-Narra at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Day Laborers' Life Satisfaction: The Role of Familismo, Spirituality, Work, Health, and Discrimination," Lizette Ojeda, PhD, and Brandy Piña-Watson, MA, Texas A&M University. Contact: Lizette Ojeda at email@example.com
"'Why We Stay:' Immigrants' Motivations for Remaining in Communities Impacted by Anti-Immigration Policy," Carmen R. Valdez, PhD, Jessa Lewis Valentine, MA, and Brian Padilla, MA, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Contact: Carmen R. Valdez at firstname.lastname@example.org
"The Colonial Context of Filipino American Immigrants' Psychological Experiences," E. J. R. David, PhD, University of Alaska Anchorage, and Kevin L. Nadal, PhD, John Jay College of Criminal Justice - City University of New York. Contact: E. J. R. David at email@example.com
"Rejection-(Dis)identification and Ethnic Political Engagement Among First-Generation Latino Immigrants to the United States," Shaun Wiley, PhD, Delysha Lawrence, BA, Jessica Figueroa, and Rosanna Percontino, College of New Jersey. Contact: Shaun Wiley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Section: "New Developments in Research on Immigration," Nadine Nakamura, PhD, Pratyusha Tummala-Narra, PhD, and Michael A. Zárate, PhD. Special Issue Editors; Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, Vol. 19, No. 3.
Full texts of articles are also available from the APA Public Affairs Office.
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