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Sue, Stanley; Cheng, Janice Ka Yan; Saad, Carmel S.; Chu, Joyce P. – American Psychologist, 2012
The U.S. Surgeon General's report "Mental Health: Culture, Race, and Ethnicity--A Supplement to Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General" (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2001) was arguably the best single scholarly contribution on the mental health of ethnic minority groups in the United States. Over 10 years have now elapsed…
Descriptors: Help Seeking, Refugees, Mental Health, Minority Groups
Sue, Stanley; Chin, Robert – 1976
The major goal of the National Asian American Psychology Training Conference was to bring together concerned Asian American scholars, practitioners, administrators, community leaders, and students to examine, discuss, and provide recommendations for the training of Asian American psychologists. Three kinds of products emerged from the conference:…
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Conference Reports, Mental Health Programs, Psychological Services
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Sue, Stanley – Personnel and Guidance Journal, 1977
The primary purpose of this article is to stress the importance of control among Asian Americans and to facilitate some understanding and awareness of the issues facing this group, rather than to provide some specific guidelines for counseling. (Author)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Differences, Helplessness
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Hall, Gordon C. Nagayama; Teten, Andra L.; DeGarmo, David S.; Sue, Stanley; Stephens, Kari A. – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2005
Explanatory models of sexual aggression were examined among mainland Asian American (n = 222), Hawaiian Asian American (n = 127), and European American men (n = 399). The Malamuth et al. (N. M. Malamuth, D. Linz, C. L. Heavey, G. Barnes, & M. Acker, 1995; N. M. Malamuth, R. J. Sockloskie, M. P. Koss, & J. S. Tanaka, 1991) confluence model…
Descriptors: Models, Masculinity, Asian Americans, Cultural Differences
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Sue, Stanley; Okazaki, Sumie – American Psychologist, 1990
Investigates factors, including heredity and culture, contributing to exceptional Asian American academic achievement. Proposes the concept of relative functionalism, under which Asian Americans perceive and have experienced restrictions in upward mobility in occupations unrelated to education. Consequently, educational achievement assumes…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Asian American Students, Asian Americans, Cultural Influences
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Hall, Gordon C. Nagayama; Degarmo, David S.; Eap, Sopagna; Teten, Andra L.; Sue, Stanley – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2006
Patterns of sexually coercive behavior were examined among 266 Asian American and 299 European American men over 1 year. Noncoercer (n = 358), desister (n = 120), initiator (n = 39), and persistent (n = 48) sexually coercive groups were identified. The strongest predictor of sexual coercion was past sexual coercion. Persistent sexual coercers were…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Asian Americans, Males, Masculinity
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Sue, Stanley; And Others – American Psychologist, 1975
The stated purpose of this article is to argue for a more realistic appraisal of the status of Asian Americans, by examining the 1970 statistics concerning income, education, interracial marriage, and mental health among the 435,000 Chinese, 343,000 Filipinos, and 591,000 Japanese in the U.S. (Author/JM)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Census Figures, Chinese Americans, Educational Background
Sue, Stanley; Abe, Jennifer – 1988
This study examined the following predictors of academic success for 4,113 Asian American students and 1,000 White students who enrolled as freshmen on any of the eight University of California campuses during fall 1984: (1) high school grade point average (GPA); (2) Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)--verbal score; (3) SAT--mathematical score; (4)…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Achievement Tests, Asian American Students, Asian Americans
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Sue, Stanley; And Others – Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1979
This article suggests that there are genetic and cultural factors which account for the difference in drinking patterns between Caucasian and Asian Americans. It is also suggested that Asian acculturation has an influence on this difference. (EB)
Descriptors: Acculturation, Alcoholism, Asian Americans, Cultural Influences
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Sue, David; Sue, Stanley – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1987
Critically evaluates assessment issues with Asian American populations, including issues in the extent and symptoms of psychopathology, personality assessment, and face-to-face clinical assessment. Makes suggestions for improving assessment strategies and for testing the limitations and generality of constructs. (Author/NB)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Client Characteristics (Human Services), Clinical Diagnosis, Counselor Training
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Sue, Stanley; And Others – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1991
Investigated services received, length of treatment, and outcomes of thousands of Asian-American, African-American, Mexican-American, and White clients using outpatient community mental health services. Asian Americans and Mexican Americans underutilized services. African Americans overutilized services and exhibited less positive outcomes.…
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Blacks, Community Health Services, Ethnic Groups
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Sue, Stanley; Kitano, Harry H. L. – Journal of Social Issues, 1973
Whereas early Chinese and Japanese stereotypes were uniformly negative, reflecting the social, economic, and political climate in America, currently these Asian American groups are viewed as highly successful, model minorities; it is suggested that some stereotypes have a kernel of truth. (Author/JM)
Descriptors: Attitude Change, Chinese Americans, Cultural Images, Ethnic Groups
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Sue, Stanley; Sue, Derald W. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1974
Results indicated that Asian students when compared with control students, under-utilized the clinic services, possessed more pronounced MMPI scale elevations, and exhibited problems involving somatic complaints, family discord, and social introversion. (Author)
Descriptors: Asian Americans, College Students, Comparative Analysis, Cultural Differences
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Zane, Nolan; Sue, Stanley; Chang, Janet; Huang, Lillian; Huang, John; Lowe, Susana; Srinivasan, Shobha; Chun, Kevin; Kurasaki, Karen; Lee, Evelyn – Journal of Community Psychology, 2005
This study examined the outcome effects of cognitive match between Asian and White outpatient clients and their therapists. Many clinicians believe that one hindrance to the treatment of ethnic minority clients is that therapists and clients may not share common assumptions and attitudes about therapy and about the problems that are presented in…
Descriptors: Coping, Psychotherapy, Counselor Client Relationship, Goal Orientation