Mediators of a Culturally-Sensitive Intervention for Suicidal African American Women

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This study explored intervention outcomes and mechanisms that could help explain why low-income, African American women with a history of intimate partner abuse and suicide attempt improve in response to a culturally-informed intervention, the Grady Nia Project. Specifically, the investigation examined whether or not the intervention had effects on the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10880-013-9373-0

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@article{Zhang2013MediatorsOA, title={Mediators of a Culturally-Sensitive Intervention for Suicidal African American Women}, author={Huaiyu Zhang and Kiranmayi Neelarambam and Tomina J. Schwenke and Miesha N. Rhodes and Delishia M Pittman and Nadine J Kaslow}, journal={Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings}, year={2013}, volume={20}, pages={401-414} }