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The effects of acculturation on willingness to seek mental health services and marginality among Mexican American teenage mothers
Comparison of perceived use of conflict modes by Latina and Latino principals in resolving conflict
A descriptive study to explore the role of inner voice as an academic success factor for second-generation Hispanic community college students in the Central Valley
Latina immigrants: Defining and achieving mental health needs
Latino/a parents' decision to seek mental health services for their children: A model of help-seeking behavior
Comparing perceptions of teamness between adult, first- and second-generation Mexican American and all other students enrolled in a cohort-based, accelerated, bachelor's degree program
Factors that impede Latino immigrant parents in California from being involved in their children's school activities
Masculinity and perceived effective therapeutic experiences: A qualitative exploration of Mexican American men's experience of psychotherapy
Factors that contribute to academic success in higher education of Latino males in the Los Angeles community college district
Ecological perspectives of adult Latina only children: A qualitative examination of life without siblings
Latinas breaking through the adobe ceiling: A portraiture study of Latina superintendents in the state of California
Latino parents and the relationship between acculturation and parenting style
Sociocultural Factors and Acculturation Related to Disordered Eating and Body Image Dissatisfaction Among Latino Youth
Do successful Hispanic high school seniors perceive the influence of teacher traits and teacher ethnicity upon their academic success?
Emotional intelligence and student success among White and first- and second-generation Latina/o college students
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