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Foreword - Richard Suinn Introduction I. CONCEPTUAL, PROFESSIONAL, AND TRAINING ISSUES 1. A Tale of Challenge and Change: A History and Chronology of Ethnic Minorities in Psychology in the United States - Bertha Holliday, & Angela Holmes 2. Conceptualization and Models: The Meaning(s) of Difference in Racial and Ethnic Minority Psychology - Roderick Watts, & Randolph G. Potts 3. A Profile of Ethnic Minority Psychologists: A Pipeline Perspective - Frederick T.L. Leong, & Marlene Wicherski 4. The Psychology of Tokenism: Psycho-social Realities of Faculty of Color - Yolanda Flores Niemman 5. On Teaching Multiculturalism: History, Models and Content - Jeffrey S. Mio 6. Teaching Racial Identity Development and Racism Awareness: Training in Professional Psychology Programs - Shawn O. Utsey, Carol A. Gernat, & Mark A. Bolden Chapter 7. The Ethical Practices on Psychology and Ethnic, Racial, and Cultural Issues - Leonardo Marmol II. ETHNIC MINORITY RESEARCH AND METHODS 8. Research with Ethnic Minorities: Conceptual, Methodological, and Analysis Issues - Ann Kathleen Burlew 9. Ethnic Research is Good Science - Stanley Sue, & Leslie Sue 10. Acculturation Research: Current Issues and Findings - Gerardo Marin, Pamela Balls Organista, & Kevin M. Chun 11. Instrument Development: Cultural Adaptation for Ethnic Minority Research - Milagros Bravo III. SOCIAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESS 12. Psychological Perspectives on Ethnic and Racial Psychology - Joseph Trimble, Maria P.P. Root, & Janet E. Helms 13. Constructing Race and Deconstructing Racism: A Cultural Psychology Approach - James Jones 14. Implicit Attitudes and Stereotyping - Saera Khan 15. Infant Mental Health in African American Families: A Sociocultural perspective - Suzanne Randolph, & Sally A. Koblinsky 16. Achievement Gap between Minority and Non-minority students - Jerome Taylor, & Malick Kouyate 17. Some Unanswered Questions about Assessment of Psychometric Intelligence for Racial and Ethnic Minorities - Eleanor Amour-Thomas IV. STRESS & ADJUSTMENT 18. Stress, Coping & Minority Health: Biopsychosocial Perspective on Ethnic Health Disparities - Hector Myers, Tene T. Lewis, & Tyan Parker-Dominguez 19. Depression in Ethnic Minorities: Latinos & Latinas, African Americans, Asian Americans & Native Americans - Emily Saez & Guillermo Bernal 20. Anxiety Disorders among Ethnic Minority Groups - Gayle Iwamasa, & Shilpa Pai 21. Drug Abuse: Etiology & Cultural Considerations - Fred Beauvais, & Eugene Oetting 22. Examining the Impact of Violence on Ethnic Minority Youth, their Families & Communities: Issues for Prevention Practice & Science - LeRoi E. Reese, Elizabeth Vera, & La Mar Hasbrouck V. CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS 23. Cross-Cultural Counseling: Developing Culture-Centered Interactions - Paul Pedersen 24. Cross-Cultural Career Counseling - Frederick T. L. Leong, & Paul Hartung 25. Cognitive & Behavioral Therapy: Concepts, Issues & Strategies with Racial Minorities - Mildred Vera, Margarita Alegria, & Doryliz Vila 26. Drug Abuse Treatments with Racial/Ethnic Clients: Towards the Development of Culturally-Competent Treatments, - Felipe G. Castro, James Ober, Richard Rawson, Courtney Valdez, & Ron Denne, Jr. 27. Mental Health Issues for African Americans - William Lawson VI. APPLIED & PREVENTIVE PSYCHOLOGY 28. Interventions with Ethnic Minority Populations: The Legacy & Promise of Community Psychology - Mary Case, & LaVome Robinson 29. Honoring the Differences: Using Community Readiness to Create Culturally Valid Community Interventions - Pamela Jumper-Thurman, Ruth W. Edwards, & Barbara Plested 30. Challenge of HIV Prevention in Diverse Communities: Sex, Culture, & Empowerment - Barbara Marin 31. Reducing Prejudice & Racism through Counselor Training as a Primary Prevention Strategy - Paul B. Pedersen 32. Prevention of Abuse among Ethnic Minority Youth - Ann Kathleen Burlew, Tonya Hucks, Randi Burlew, & Candace Johnson
Guillermo Bernal, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology and Director of the University Psychological Services and Research Center at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus. He received his doctorate from the University of Massachusetts (Amherst) in 1978. He then joined the faculty at the University of California at San Francisco at San Francisco General Hospital, where he was involved in training, research, and development of mental health services responsive to ethnic minorities. He has published over 60 journal articles and book chapters on marital therapy, Hispanic families, drug abuse, and outcome research. He has served on NIMH, NIDA and Ford Foundation review groups, as well as on several editorial boards. Most recently, Bernal has been involved in training and development of Hispanic psychologists through NIMH-sponsored research and training grants at UPR. Joseph E. Trimble, a distinguished university professor and professor of psychology at Western Washington University, is a president's professor at the Center for Alaska Native Health Research at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He has written over 140 publications on multicultural topics in psychology, including 19 books. Trimble's excellence in teaching and research awards for his work in the field of multicultural psychology include: the Janet E. Helms Award for Mentoring and Scholarship in Professional Psychology; the Distinguished Elder Award from the National Multicultural Conference and Summit; the Henry Tomes Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Psychology; the International Lifetime Achievement Award for Multicultural and Diversity Counseling awarded by the University of Toronto's Ontario Institute for Studies in Education; the 2013 Francis J. Bonner, MD Award from the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital; and the 2013 Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award. Ann Kathleen Burlew, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Cincinnati. She received her Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Michigan in 1974 and later completed postdoctoral training in clinical psychology. Her areas of specialization include health and social behavior, clinical psychology, and program evaluation, especially intervention research. Her current research interests include the efficacy of interventions for at-risk youth, efficacy of family interventions for children of substance abusers, the diagnosis of schizophrenia and other disorders in African American patients, the accuracy of self-report in substance abuse research, and psychosocial correlates of sickle cell disease. She has served as Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Black Psychology and has co-edited and co-authored several book, including African American Psychology: Theory, Research, & Practice (Sage 1992), Reflections on Black Psychology, and Minority Issues in Mental Health. Frederick T. L. Leong, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology (Industrial/Organizational and Clinical Psychology Programs) and Psychiatry. He is also the Director of the Center for Multicultural Psychology Research at Michigan State University. He has authored or co-authored more than 250 journal articles and book chapters. In addition, he has edited or co-edited 12 books. Dr. Leong is a Fellow of the APA (Divisions 1, 2, 5, 12, 17, 29, 45, 52), Association for Psychological Science, Asian American Psychological Association, and the International Academy for Intercultural Research. His major research interests center around culture and mental health, cross-cultural psychotherapy (especially with Asians and Asian Americans), and cultural and personality factors related to career choice and work adjustment. He is past president of APA's Division 45 (Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues), the Asian American Psychological Association, and the Division of Counseling Psychology in the International Association of Applied Psychologists. He has served on the APA Board of Scientific Affairs, the Minority Fellowship Program Advisory Committee, and the Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment, Retention, and Training (CEMRRAT2) Task Force. He received the Dalmas Taylor Distinguished Contributions Award from the APA Minority Fellowship Program and the Stanley Sue Award for Distinguished Contributions to Diversity in Clinical Psychology from APA Division 12. He is also the 2007 co-recipient of the APA Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology.
"Bernal brings together an impressive cast of multicultural psychology researchers, who discuss the latest issues and research in racial and ethnic minority psychology. . . .Those looking for an authoritative and current overview of the field - be they clinical or counseling psychologists, social workers, clinical practitioners, or mental health and ethnic psychology researchers - will find it here. Summing Up: Essential."* CHOICE *