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Cultural Competency Revised: The California Brief Multicultural Competence Scale
Abstract The authors describe the development of the California Brief Multicultural Competence Scale (CBMCS). The 21 -item CBMCS was derived from principal component analysis, item content validatedExpand
Effects of Latino Acculturation and Ethnic Identity on Mental Health Outcomes
The adjusted findings indicated that GAF outcomes declined for Anglo-oriented Latino clients who reported low ethnic identity, and this results are discussed in light of the Multicultural Assessment Intervention Process Model (MAIP) that helps guide service delivery to community mental health consumers. Expand
Relation of Two Cultural Identities of Armenian-Americans
The gap between the two cultural identities of 37 female and 43 male Armenian-American teen-agers attending Armenian schools was studied. The effects of ethnic involvement and residency statusExpand
Affective Bicultural and Global-Human Identity Scales for Mexican-American Adolescents
Scales were developed to measure affective aspects of Latino, American, and global-human identities among first- and second-generation Mexican-American adolescents and identified Berry's four modes of acculturation: Separated, Assimilated, Marginalized, and Bicultural. Expand
Environmental Risk Perception, Activism and World-Mindedness among Samples of British and U.S. College Students
The hypotheses were generally supported, with emotionality in risk perception tending to be more strongly related to pro-environmental behavior and an hypothesis about superordinate goals related to stronger world-mindedness. Expand
Effect of physical fitness program in the workplace
This study examined the effect of employee's participation in a physical fitness program in an industrial workplace on: job satisfaction, body image, and sickdays, using a pre-post matched controlExpand
Handbook of Multicultural Measures
Preface Acknowledgments List of Measures 1. Introduction 2. Testing, Measurement, and Culture 3. The Utility of Measurement: Application of the Multicultural Assessment-Intervention Process (MAIP)Expand
Ethnic match and client ethnicity effects on global assessment and visitation
The effects of client-therapist ethnic match and client ethnicity on therapist-evaluated Global Assessment of Function (GAF) and visitation were investigated and found that ethnically matched Asian American therapists consistently evaluated clients higher than did ethnically matching African American therapists. Expand
Ethnic Match and Treatment Outcomes for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Center Clients
Historically, children and adolescents under 18 years of age have received inadequate and inappropriate mental health services or none at all (Joint Commission on Mental Health of Children, 1970;Expand
Asian American Mental Health Clients: Effects of Ethnic Match and Age on Global Assessment and Visitation.
Effects of client-counselor ethnic match (i.e., match, no match) and client age group (child, adult) on counselor-evaluated Global Assessment of Function (GAF) and visitation were investigated. TheExpand