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The Influence of Academic and Environmental Factors on Hispanic College Degree Attainment
This study used the NELS 88‑2000 data base to examine among Hispanic students precollege, college, and environmental predictors of (a) college first enrolled in (two‑year versus four‑year) and (b)… Expand
Acculturative Stress Among Documented and Undocumented Latino Immigrants in the United States
- C. Arbona, N. Olvera, Néstor P. Rodríguez, J. Hagan, A. Linares, Margit Wiesner
- Hispanic journal of behavioral sciences
- 1 August 2010
The purpose of the study was to examine differences between documented and undocumented Latino immigrants in the prevalence of three immigration-related challenges (separation from family,… Expand
Career Counseling Research and Hispanics
- C. Arbona
- 1 April 1990
This article presents an extensive review of the research literature related to career counseling with Hispanics in the U.S. from 1970 to the present. Most of the research reviewed dealt with… Expand
Parental attachment, self-esteem, and antisocial behaviors among African American, European American, and Mexican American adolescents.
This study examined the relation of mother and father attachment to self-esteem and self-reported involvement in antisocial behaviors among African American (n = 488), European American (n = 661),… Expand
Minority stress, ethnic identity, and depression among Latino/a college students.
The main purpose of the study was to examine among Latino/a college students the extent to which dimensions of minority stress related to ethnic group membership (college climate, academic… Expand
Relation between Assertiveness, Academic Self-Efficacy, and Psychosocial Adjustment among International Graduate Students.
The development of academic achievement in school aged children: Precursors to career development.
- C. Arbona
ADJUSTMENT ISSUES OF TURKISH COLLEGE STUDENTS STUDYING IN THE UNITED STATES
This study examined the adjustment issues of Turkish college students in the U.S. The Instrument of Student Adjustment Strain (ISAS) was used in the study. The participants were 79 college Turkish… Expand
Noncognitive Dimensions as Predictors of College Success among Black, Mexican-American, and White Students.
Career Aspirations and Expectations of Black, Mexican American, and White Students
The career aspirations and expectations of Black, Mexican American, and White college freshmen were examined. In addition, students' career expectations were compared to the jobs available in the… Expand