The Longitudinal Associations Between Discrimination, Depressive Symptoms, and Prosocial Behaviors in U.S. Latino/a Recent Immigrant Adolescents

@article{Davis2016TheLA,
  title={The Longitudinal Associations Between Discrimination, Depressive Symptoms, and Prosocial Behaviors in U.S. Latino/a Recent Immigrant Adolescents},
  author={Alexandra N. Davis and Gustavo Carlo and Seth J. Schwartz and Jennifer B. Unger and Byron L. Zamboanga and Elma I Lorenzo-Blanco and Miguel {\'A}ngel Cano and Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati and Assaf Oshri and Cara Streit and Miriam M Martinez and Brandy Pi{\~n}a-Watson and Karina M. Lizzi and Daniel W. Soto},
  journal={Journal of Youth and Adolescence},
  year={2016},
  volume={45},
  pages={457-470}
}
The links between discrimination and adjustment in U.S. Latino/a immigrant adolescents is an important but understudied phenomenon. We aimed to investigate the longitudinal associations (across 1 year) among discrimination, prosocial behaviors, and depressive symptoms in U.S. Latino immigrant adolescents using two competing models: associations between discrimination and prosocial behaviors via depressive symptoms (mental health strain model), and associations between discrimination and… Expand
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