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Prevalence of psychiatric disorders across Latino subgroups in the United States.
- M. Alegría, N. Mulvaney-Day, M. Torres, Antonio J Polo, Z. Cao, G. Canino
- American journal of public health
OBJECTIVES We examined the prevalence of depressive, anxiety, and substance use disorders among Latinos residing in the United States. METHODS We used data from the National Latino and Asian… Expand
Evidence-Based Psychosocial Treatments for Ethnic Minority Youth
This article reviews research on evidence-based treatments (EBTs) for ethnic minority youth using criteria from Chambless et al. (1998), Chambless et al. (1996), and Chambless and Hollon (1998).… Expand
Understanding differences in past year psychiatric disorders for Latinos living in the US.
This study seeks to identify risk factors for psychiatric disorders that may explain differences in nativity effects among adult Latinos in the USA. We evaluate whether factors related to the… Expand
Ethnicity, expressed emotion, attributions, and course of schizophrenia: family warmth matters.
- S. López, Kathleen Nelson Hipke, +4 authors K. S. Snyder
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of abnormal psychology
- 1 August 2004
The authors examined the role of family factors and the course of schizophrenia by carrying out additional assessments and analyses in 2 previously published studies of Mexican American and Anglo… Expand
Evaluation of a Patient Activation and Empowerment Intervention in Mental Health Care
Background:Evidence suggests that minority populations have lower levels of attendance and retention in mental health care than non-Latino whites. Patient activation and empowerment interventions may… Expand
Culture, Context, and the Internalizing Distress of Mexican American Youth
Latino youth appear to be at higher risk for depression relative to youth from other ethnic groups. This study assessed the relationship between nativity and several forms of internalizing distress… Expand
School‐Based Mental Health and Behavioral Programs for Low‐Income, Urban Youth: A Systematic and Meta‐Analytic Review
- Farahnaz K. Farahmand, K. Grant, Antonio J Polo, Sophia N. Duffy
- Psychology, Political Science
- 1 December 2011
[Clin Psychol Sci Prac 18: 372–390, 2011] A systematic and meta-analytic review was conducted of the effectiveness of school-based mental health and behavioral programs for low-income, urban… Expand
Treatment dissemination and evidence-based practice: Strengthening intervention through clinician-researcher collaboration
Youth clinical practice and research have rich traditions and share important goals. Linking the two traditions could capitalize on their complementary strengths. The thoughtful review by Herschell,… Expand
Establishing Treatment Fidelity in Evidence-Based Parent Training Programs for Externalizing Disorders in Children and Adolescents
- Lauren L. Garbacz, D. Brown, Grace A Spee, Antonio J Polo, K. Budd
- Psychology, Medicine
- Clinical child and family psychology review
- 5 April 2014
The current review evaluates the use of treatment fidelity strategies in evidence-based parent training programs for treating externalizing disorders. We used a broad framework for evaluating… Expand
Activation, self-management, engagement, and retention in behavioral health care: a randomized clinical trial of the DECIDE intervention.
IMPORTANCE Given minority patients' unequal access to quality care, patient activation and self-management strategies have been suggested as a promising approach to improving mental health care. … Expand