Mental Health, Physical Health, and Cultural Characteristics Among American Indians/Alaska Natives Seeking Substance Use Treatment in an Urban Setting: A Descriptive Study
We analyze substance use, AI/AN cultural identity and involvement, physical health and cognitive functioning, and mental health symptoms among 63 AI/AN adults seeking substance use treatment within an urban area in California.
In this paper, we discuss the strengths and limitations of multilevel modeling, with a focus on the indirect effects when the predictor, mediator, and dependent variable are all collected at the lowest level of data.
Strengthening College Students' Mental Health Knowledge, Awareness, and Helping Behaviors: The Impact of Active Minds, a Peer Mental Health Organization
Activities through college student peer organizations like Active Minds can improve attitudes toward and perceived knowledge of mental health issues and increase helping behaviors.
Jun 28, 2018
Police Contacts, Arrests and Decreasing Self-Control and Personal Responsibility Among Female Adolescents
Contacts with the justice system during adolescence may delay or undermine normative psychosocial maturation among adolescent girls, highlighting important targets for intervention.
May 1, 2018
Longitudinal Associations Between Alcohol-Related Cognitions and Use in African American and European American Adolescent Girls
Variation in associations between use and cognition (perceptions of drinking) does not account for the lower prevalence of alcohol use in African American girls as compared to white girls from ages 12-17.
Apr 11, 2018