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POSTTRAUMATIC GROWTH IN CHICANA/LATINA SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT
There is a growing area of research that seeks to expand the understanding of survivors’ experiences after trauma. Adding to the comprehensive literature on the distress one endures, the evolving area has focused on the ...
The effects of perceived discrimination and cultural protective factors on Latinos'/as' psychological health
The purpose of the current study is to examine the relationship between perceived discrimination and three types of psychological functioning (i.e., depression, anxiety, and self-esteem) through a adult Latino/a community ...
THE EFFECT OF INTERACTION WITH A THERAPY DOG ON COLLEGE STUDENT STRESS LEVELS AS MEASURED BY PHYSIOLOGICAL INDICATORS
Although animal-assisted activities have been shown to reduce stress, few studies have examined the stress reduction effects of therapy dogs on college student stress levels. Many college students experience increased ...