R. S. Oropesa

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Previous research on ethnoracial diversity in mental health outcomes in the United States has shown that Mexican-origin adults, especially immigrants, have a lower risk of depression than do non-Latino whites (Delgado et al. 2006; Marin, Escobar, and Vega 2006). In contrast, Mexican-origin children have relatively high risks of anxiety, mood disorders , and(More)
BACKGROUND Building on an emerging scientific consensus that the concept of child health should encompass chronic conditions, functional abilities, and developmental domains, we delineate the multidimensional health statuses of Mexican, non-Hispanic black, and non-Hispanic white preschool children in the United States. This integrative approach provides the(More)
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