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Juvenile Homicide: A Closer Examination of Childhood Maltreatment
Effects of Acculturation and Gender on Mexican American Teens' Perceptions of Dating Violence Prevention Programs
Identity Formation Among Lesbians Reviewing Cass' Theory Twenty Years Later With An Emphasis On Media Influences
Implementation of Court Teams for Infants and Toddlers in Arizona: The Stakeholder Perspective from Foster Parents and Attorneys
Assessing the Treatment Needs of Female Juvenile Gang Members An Exploratory Study
Social Learning in Context: Group Homies, Mentorship, and Social Support
The relationship between non-custodial fathers' social networks and social capital and child support compliance
Effectiveness of a full-day kindergarten program for at-risk children
Evaluating the effects of stress reduction exercises
"For me that was the most important thing---the family": The meaning of marriage and domestic violence among immigrant Mexican women
Mexican immigrant mothers and the promotion of cultural values in the second generation
Differences in the perception of barriers in education among Latinos in the U.S.
"¡Me estreso demasiado!" (I am too stressed): A multi-dimensional exploration of stress among Mexican immigrant women in the U.S.
Mexican families' migration and asset-building in Mexico and the United States
The well-being and risk behaviors of young adults from foster care
Hospital transition in small adult care homes
Health disparity in Native Hawaiians diagnosed with diabetes
Adolescent Latinas and sexual risk: Evaluating the impact of religiosity and acculturation in predictive models
Social support, treatment adherence, and health related quality of life in people living with celiac disease and irritable bowel syndrome
Putting Culture to Work: Building Community with Youth through Community-Based Theater Practice
Migration Aspirations, Religiosity, and Sexual Behavior among Youth: A New Look at Suicidal Ideation in Central Mexico
A Novel, Low-Cost Viral Load Diagnostic for HIV-1 and Assessing Barriers to Adoption of Technology in Tanzania
From Criminalization to Symbolic Resiliency: Undocumented Immigrants "Re-imagining Success" In the United States
The Impact of Moving toward a Culture of Empowerment in the Lives of Residents of Assisted Living Centers
Mediators and Moderators of the Gender Role-Substance Use Relationship in Mexican American Adolescents
Ecological Factors and the Behavioral and Educational Outcomes of African American Students in Special Education
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