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Ong, Anthony D.; Burrow, Anthony L.; Fuller-Rowell, Thomas E.; Ja, Nicole M.; Sue, Derald Wing – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2013
Although epidemiological studies and community surveys of Asian Americans have found that lifetime occurrences of racial discrimination are associated with increased risk for psychological morbidity, little is known about how exposure to racial discrimination is patterned in everyday life. Extrapolating from previous qualitative research (Sue,…
Descriptors: Well Being, Affective Behavior, Racial Discrimination, Asian Americans
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Miller, Matthew J.; Yang, Minji; Hui, Kayi; Choi, Na-Yeun; Lim, Robert H. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2011
In the present study, we tested a theoretically and empirically derived partially indirect effects acculturation and enculturation model of Asian American college students' mental health and attitudes toward seeking professional psychological help. Latent variable path analysis with 296 self-identified Asian American college students supported the…
Descriptors: Help Seeking, Acculturation, Mental Health, Path Analysis
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Yoo, Hyung Chol; Lee, Richard M. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2008
A quasi-experimental vignette study was conducted to test whether ethnic identity moderated the effects of frequent racial discrimination on situational positive and negative affect of Asian American college students. Results showed that imagining multiple incidents of racial discrimination was related to higher negative affect than imagining a…
Descriptors: Ethnicity, Racial Discrimination, Asian Americans, Well Being
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Wong, Y. Joel; Koo, Kelly; Tran, Kimberly K.; Chiu, Yu-Chen; Mok, Yvonne – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2011
The purpose of this mixed-methods study was to explore the phenomenon of suicide ideation among 293 Asian American college students. Guided by T. Joiner's (2005) interpersonal-psychological theory of suicidal behavior, the authors examined the relationships among perceived burdensomeness, thwarted belongingness, self-construals, and suicide…
Descriptors: College Students, Prevention, Suicide, Cultural Differences
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Wang, Shihwe; Kim, Bryan S. K. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2010
Asian Americans drop out of mental health treatment at a high rate. This problem could be addressed by enhancing therapists' multicultural competence and by examining clients' cultural attitudes that may affect the counseling process. In the present study, we used a video analogue design with a sample of 113 Asian American college students to…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Counselor Training, Interaction, Multiple Regression Analysis
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Meyer, Oanh; Zane, Nolan; Cho, Young Il – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2011
Some studies on mental health outcomes research have found that when clients and therapists are ethnically or racially matched, this tends to be related to greater satisfaction and better outcomes. However, the precise underlying mechanism for the match effect has not been extensively examined. In this experimental study, we tested the effect of…
Descriptors: Ethnicity, Structural Equation Models, Counselor Client Relationship, Credibility
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Yoo, Hyung Chol; Burrola, Kimberly S.; Steger, Michael F. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2010
This investigation is a preliminary report on a new measure of internalization of the model minority myth. In 3 studies, there was evidence for the validation of the 15-item Internalization of the Model Minority Myth Measure (IM-4), with 2 subscales. The Model Minority Myth of Achievement Orientation referred to the myth of Asian Americans'…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, College Students, Minority Groups, Ethnic Stereotypes
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Miller, Matthew J. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2007
Several unilinear and bilinear dimensional measurement models of Asian American acculturation and enculturation were tested with confirmatory factor analysis. Bilinear models of acculturation consistently outperformed the unilinear model. In addition, models that articulated multiple dimensions (i.e., values and behavior) exhibited a better fit to…
Descriptors: Acculturation, Factor Analysis, Asian Americans, Counseling Techniques
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Iwamoto, Derek Kenji; Liu, William Ming – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2010
The present study investigated the direct and moderating effects of racial identity, ethnic identity, Asian values, and race-related stress on positive psychological well-being among 402 Asian American and Asian international college students. Results revealed that the racial identity statuses Internalization, Immersion-Emersion, Dissonance, Asian…
Descriptors: College Students, Ethnicity, Race, Social Behavior
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Liang, Christopher T. H.; Alvarez, Alvin N.; Juang, Linda P.; Liang, Mandy X. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2007
On the basis of stress and coping theory, the authors examined coping as a mediator of the relationship between perceptions of racism and racism-related stress with a sample of Asian American college students (N = 336). Results indicated that coping mediated the relationship between racism and racism-related stress differentially by gender. The…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Coping, Asian Americans, Racial Bias
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Miller, Matthew J. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2010
This study attempted to replicate Miller's (2007) finding that a bilinear domain-specific model of Asian American acculturation demonstrated superior model fit when compared to unilinear and bilinear domain-generic models. Current confirmatory factor analytic tests of competing acculturation models in a cross-validation sample of 306 participants…
Descriptors: Acculturation, Asian Americans, Immigrants, Models
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Kim, Bryan S. K. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2007
Possible relations among enculturation and acculturation to cultural values and attitudes toward seeking professional psychological help were examined among 146 Asian American college students. In addition, possible relations between various dimensions of Asian values and attitudes toward seeking professional psychological help were examined. As…
Descriptors: Values, Psychology, College Students, Acculturation
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Hardin, Erin E.; Leong, Frederick T. L. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2005
The authors examined the role of undesired self-discrepancies in predicting emotional distress among Asian and European Americans, whether undesired self-discrepancies are stronger predictors of distress for Asian than for European Americans, and whether optimism and pessimism mediate the relations between ideal, ought, and undesired…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, Anxiety, Depression (Psychology), Psychological Patterns
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Liao, Hsin-Ya; Rounds, James; Klein, Andreas G. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2005
The generalizability of K. M. Cramer's (1999) help-seeking model was examined for Asian and Asian American college students. The construct of acculturation was then added to Cramer's model to determine if it would improve the model fit. Asian and Asian American (n=202) students completed help-seeking measures and behavioral and value-based…
Descriptors: Acculturation, Help Seeking, College Students, Models
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Lee, Richard M.; Su, Jenny; Yoshida, Emiko – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2005
Two coping strategies--problem solving and social support seeking--were hypothesized to differentially moderate the effects of intergenerational family conflict on well-being and adjustment in a college sample of 117 Asian American young adult children. Results indicated that social support served as a protective-stabilizing factor that buffered…
Descriptors: College Students, Conflict, Asian Americans, Coping
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