Acculturative Stress, Anxiety, and Depression among Mexican Immigrant Farmworkers in the Midwest United States

@article{Hovey2000AcculturativeSA,
  title={Acculturative Stress, Anxiety, and Depression among Mexican Immigrant Farmworkers in the Midwest United States},
  author={Joseph D. Hovey and Cristina Magana},
  journal={Journal of Immigrant Health},
  year={2000},
  volume={2},
  pages={119-131}
}
No previous studies have examined the psychological functioning of immigrant farmworkers in the midwest United States. The purposes of the present study were threefold: (1) to assess the prevalence levels of anxiety and depression in a sample of Mexican immigrant farmworkers in the midwest United States; (2) to explore the relationships among acculturative stress, anxiety, and depression; and (3) to examine the variables that best predict anxiety and depression. The overall sample revealed… CONTINUE READING
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