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A dearth of literature exists on barriers to conducting research with Black male victims of community violence, despite the need for evidence-based postinjury interventions. This study used qualitative data from a cross-sectional interview study ( = 16) and a pilot intervention study ( = 11)...
Although the largest immigrant group in the United States is Hispanic, little is known about their rates of traumatic experiences and psychiatric disorders, particularly for youth. Findings with adults suggest that recent immigrants have lower rates of mental illness than long-time residents or...
This study tested measurement invariance between Hispanic ( = 226) and White ( = 278) college students’ responses to a well-validated measure of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms. Participants completed the PTSD Checklist—Civilian Version (PCL–C; ); however, trauma histories...
This article describes the development and preliminary validation of the Race-Related Events Scale (RES). The RES is a brief screening measure used to assess exposure to stressful and potentially traumatizing experiences of race-related stress and was designed to be both consistent with standard...
Trauma exposure is frequently overlooked as a risk factor for psychiatric morbidity among studies with Latinos. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships among trauma history, immigration-related factors, and mental health status among Latina immigrants. The current study used...
Little is known about racial and ethnic differences in personality pathology in combat veterans. This investigation explored the relationship between race, ethnicity, and personality disorders (PDs) in a sample of 96 combat veterans. Ethnoracial group status was based on self-identification, and...
This paper investigates cognitive and physiological precursors of orthostatic panic (OP), that is, panic upon standing, which is a key complaint among traumatized Cambodian refugees. Prior research links OP to hypotension (lower blood pressure) and catastrophic cognitions. A clinical sample of...
Little is known about behavioral and psychological mechanisms that may explain relationships between posttraumatic stress and sexual risks. As rates of HIV infection among African American women remain significantly higher than for other female subgroups, research on sexual risk among African...
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