Handbook of U. S. Latino Psychology Developmental and Community-Based Perspectives

ISBN-10: 1412957613

ISBN-13: 9781412957618

Edition: 2009

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List price: $91.00
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/24/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 480
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Francisco A. Villarruel (Ph.D., 1990, University of Wisconsin, Madison) is an Associate Professor of Family & Child Ecology at Michigan State University and a Research Associate with the Institute for Children, Youth, and Families, a university-wide research and outreach unit promoting positive development of children, youth, and families in communities through the application of the scholarly resources of Michigan State. He is affiliated with the Julian Samora Research Institute, which generates applies knowledge to serve the needs of Latino communities in the Midwest. Since joining Michigan State in 1992, Dr. Villarruel has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in both the Community Services and Child Development programs. His research focus is on developmental contextualism, Latino youth and families, and positive youth development.

Moral and Prosocial Development, University of Nebraska.

The History of Latino Psychology
Conceptual Issues in Latino Mental Health Treatment
Understanding Psychopathology Among the Adult and Child Latino Population From the United States and Puerto Rico: An Epidemiologic Perspective
Methodological Issues in Research on Latino Populations
Ethical Issues in Conducting Research with Latino Drug Users
Latino Ethnic Identity
Immigration and Adaptation
Acculturation, Enculturation and the Psychosocial Adaptation of Latino Youth
Acculturative Stress and Adaptation
Latino Families: Parenting, Relational and Developmental Processes
A View from Within and from Without: The Development of Latina Feminist Psychology
Theories and Research on Prosocial Competencies Among US Latinos/as
Risk, Resilience, and Positive Development Among Latino Youth
Health and Mental Health Perspectives
Early Intervention Programs: The case of Head Start for Latino Children
Latino PreK-3 Education: A Critical Foundation
Parenting Interventions and Latino Families: Research Findings, Cultural Adaptations, and Future Directions
Evidence-Based Approaches to Working with Latino Youth and Families
Clincial Approaches to Working with Latino Adults
The Psychology of Health: Physical Health and the Role of Culture and Behavior
Cancer Screening and Survivorship in Latino Populations: A Primer for Psychologists
Substance Use among Latino Adolescents: Cultural, Social, and Psychological Considerations
Sexuality and Sexual Risk Behaviors Among Latino Adolescents and Young Adults
Perspectives and Recommendations for Future Directions in U.S. Latino Psychology
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