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Primary prevention in refugee mental health requires information from clinical, health, and cross-cultural psychology. Primary prevention's roots are in public health, which is distinguished by a communitywide perspective for addressing mental health concerns. This article summarizes research...
As a field, family psychology has expanded in depth and breadth to the point where it is being recognized as a branch of psychology in numerous countries. This article commences and concludes with developments in family psychology on the international level. It also explores the art and science...
The scale of refugee movements has expanded dramatically in recent years. At the same time international assistance for refugees and displaced persons has declined. Increasingly limited opportunities for resettlement and limited resources for assistance do not bode well for meeting the...
Progress in understanding cognitive developmental change mechanisms requires methods that yield detailed data about particular changes. The microgenetic method is an approach that can yield such data. It involves (a) observations of individual children throughout the period of the change, (b) a...
Acculturation, the process whereby immigrants change their behavior and attitudes toward those of the host society, is a fundamental part of migration-induced adaptations to new sociocultural environments. A rapidly expanding research literature on acculturation has accompanied the growth of...
Undergraduate psychology is considered one of the contemporary arts and sciences majors that achieve liberal-education and study-in-depth goals. Past reports on the psychology major are reviewed as a preamble to defining the field of study and the conflicts that contributed to that definition....
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