Sumie Okazaki, Karen S. Kurasaki, Stanley Sue


Contributed volume


Asian American Mental Health




Springer US

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  • Book: 978-0-306-47268-8 (Book)
  • Book: 978-1-4615-0735-2 (eBook)

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  • BookChapter: The Conception of Depression in Chinese Americans
  • BookChapter: Assessment of Cultural Competence in Mental Health Systems of Care for Asian Americans
  • BookChapter: Assessing Asian and Asian American Parenting: A Review of the Literature
  • BookChapter: Theory and Method of Multicultural Counseling Competency Assessment
  • BookChapter: Interpreting Cultural Variations in Cognitive Profiles
  • BookChapter: The Clinical Assessment of Asian American Children
  • BookChapter: Examining the Usefulness of DSM-IV
  • BookChapter: Introduction
  • BookChapter: Examining the Role of Culture in Educational Assessment
  • BookChapter: The Use of Culturally-Based Variables in Assessment: Studies on Loss of Face
  • BookChapter: Challenging the Myth of a Culture Free Nosological System
  • BookChapter: Toward a New Paradigm: A Cultural Systems Approach
  • BookChapter: Assessing Psychiatric Prevalence Rates Among Asian Americans
  • BookChapter: Understanding the Rates and Distribution of Mental Disorders
  • BookChapter: Models of Cultural Orientation: Differences Between American-Born and Overseas-Born Asians
  • BookChapter: A Cultural Accommodation Approach to Career Assessment with Asian Americans
  • BookChapter: Cultural Variations in Self-Construal as a Mediator of Distress and Well-Being
  • BookChapter: Assessing Acculturation and Cultural Variables
  • BookChapter: Advances in the Scientific Study of Asian Americans
  • BookChapter: Universal and Indigenous Dimensions of Chinese Personality
  • BookChapter: The Place of Ethnographic Understanding in the Assessment of Asian American Mental Health


  • Public Health
  • Psychology
  • Psychology, General
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Cross Cultural Psychology

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