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Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences back issues
Fears of Hispanic and anglo children: real-world fears in the 1990s.
November 1, 1998... Fear is an integral part of a child's life and reflects both the cognitive milestones of normal childhood development as well as an emotional vulnerability to perceived dangers. Children's fears range from those that are age related and transitory to those that are incapacitating,...
The development and validation of a Simpatia scale for Hispanics entering drug treatment.
November 1, 1998... One cultural factor that is often cited as being potentially important in the treatment of Hispanics is the concept of simpatia (e.g., Altarriba & Santiago-Rivera, 1994; Gloria & Peregoy, 1996; B. V. Marin, 1990; G. Marin & Marin. 1991), referring to a Hispanic cultural script that...
Breast-feeding in immigrant women: the role of social support and acculturation.
November 1, 1998... Human milk is tailored precisely for the growth and development needs of the human infant. The immunologic protection of breast milk, which cannot be imitated by infant formula, has been proven to reduce respiratory illness, including ear infections, and gastrointestinal illness in...
Credit Card Usage behavior between Anglos and Hispanics.
November 1, 1998... Credit card ownership and use have accelerated over the past few years, with increases occurring in most demographic groups. For example, the share of households owning credit cards -- including bank-type cards (e.g., Visa) and retail company cards (e.g., Sears) -- rose by almost 3%...
Students' attitudes toward teachers' ethnicity, bilinguality, and gender.
November 1, 1998... The ethnic, linguistic, and gender composition of public school students differs greatly from that of teachers. According to recent figures from the National Center for Education Statistics (1998), in the fall of 1995, the percentage of ethnic minority students reached 35.2% of the total...