Published November 16, 1994
by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||393|
Hispanic Psychology: A Year Retrospective Look Abstract Hispanic psychology has its roots in ethnic psychology and in cross-cultural psychology. The basic premise is that it is a valuable enterprise both theoretically and empirically to study the behavior of Hispanics. Over the past 25 years, research. Topics include minority stress, HIV/AIDS, smoking, education, and more. The contributors have Spanish and non-Spanish last names, thus suggesting this book was a multicultural collaboration. This book effectively brings psychology and ethnic studies together. The chapters are quite short and easy to read. Still, the book felt by: How can psychology contribute to our understanding of Hispanics in the United States? Edited by Amado M. Padilla, Hispanic Psychology offers students, researchers, and practitioners the most contemporary and complete view of psychological writings available today. The topics tackled by a team of social scientists include adaptation to a new culture in the United States, the role of the family. Hispanic Contributions to Psychology: Juan Luis Vives. Born: in Valencia, Spain Died: in Habsburg, Netherlands. Education and Work: In he began his university studies in the University of Valencia. In due to the persecution of non-Christians in Spain his father sends him to study at Sorbonne University in Paris during the.
Joan C. Payne, in Acquired Aphasia (Third Edition), Hispanic Americans. Hispanic elderly have dense social and support networks. Hispanic cultures and kinship patterns provide strong support for needy elders. The family is viewed as a life-long system of emotional support and, at times, material assistance (Cuellar, ).Hispanic elderly are likely to live within the context of large. Hispanic Psychology: Critical Issues in Theory and Research - Kindle edition by Padilla, Amado, Padilla, Amado M.. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Hispanic Psychology: /5(2). Chicano Psychology, Second Edition consists of five parts, separating a total of 19 chapters, beginning with a brief overview of the history of psychology, first in Spain, and then in pre-Columbian Mexico. This book provides students, researchers, and practitioners with access to major theoretical and empirical issues in the field of Hispanic psychology. The book is divided into six parts: acculturation and adaptation, ethnic identity and behavior, clinical research and services, health and AIDS research, gender studies research, and education and academic by:
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