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Cross-cultural differences in mindfulness concepts : a comparison between Ugandan Christians and American Buddhist meditators
Cultural coping in the context of maltreatment: Comparing African American, Latino, and White adolescents
Exploring caregiver ethnicity, family functioning and behavior problems in children with a history of maltreatment
Investigating gender, acculturation, college major, and previous exposure to mental health problems as factors associated with mental health literacy in college students
Parent, child, and therapist cultural orientation and triadic (dis)agreement on treatment goals
Parent-youth treatment goal agreement is an important consideration in mental health services, as disagreement could disrupt treatment. Previous research indicates similar experiences between parents and their youths could lead to greater parent-youth agr
Parental involvement in mental health services for diverse youth
Problem severity and treatment goal agreement between parents and youth in Latino families
Symptom severity, treatment engagement, and outcomes for culturally diverse youth
The latent structure of the Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System for autism spectrum
Youth-Therapist agreement on therapeutic alliance and youth treatment engagement in the context of cultural competence