Book 2012

Handbook of Race and Development in Mental Health


ISBN: 978-1-4614-0423-1 (Print) 978-1-4614-0424-8 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-1

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-10

    Integrating Positive Psychology and Developmental Viewpoints into the Study of Mental Health Across Diverse Groups

  3. Chapter

    Pages 11-26

    A History of Cross-Cultural Clinical Psychology, and Its Importance to Mental Health Today

  4. Chapter

    Pages 27-43

    Psychology of African American Children: Strengths and Challenges

  5. Chapter

    Pages 45-66

    The Challenge of Understanding the Mental Health of African Americans: The Risks and Rewards of Segregation, Support, and John Henryism

  6. Chapter

    Pages 67-85

    Psychology of Older Adults: Exploring the Effects of Class and Culture on the Mental Health of African Americans

  7. Chapter

    Pages 87-106

    More Than a Nice Thing to Do: A Practice-Based Evidence Approach to Outcome Evaluation in Native Youth and Family Programs

  8. Chapter

    Pages 107-126

    Native American Adult Lifespan Perspectives: Where Power Moves

  9. Chapter

    Pages 127-146

    Psychology of Older American Indians and Alaska Natives: Strengths and Challenges to Maintaining Mental Health

  10. Chapter

    Pages 147-167

    Psychology of Asian American Children: Contributions of Cultural Heritage and the Minority Experience

  11. Chapter

    Pages 169-187

    Psychology of Asian American Adults: Challenges and Strengths

  12. Chapter

    Pages 189-206

    Psychology of Asian American Older Adults: Status, Challenges, and Strengths

  13. Chapter

    Pages 207-221

    Psychology of European American Children

  14. Chapter

    Pages 223-241

    Psychology of European American Adults: Challenges, Advantages, and the Push for Further Growth

  15. Chapter

    Pages 243-257

    Older White Adults and Mental Health

  16. Chapter

    Pages 259-278

    US Latino Youth

  17. Chapter

    Pages 279-306

    Psychology of Latino Adults: Challenges and an Agenda for Action

  18. Chapter

    Pages 307-328

    Psychology of Latino American Older Adults: Strengths and Challenges to Mental Health in a Shifting Society

  19. Chapter

    Pages 329-354

    Race, Age, and Mental Health: Expanding on the Transactional Model of Development to Include the Impact of Racial Group Membership

  20. Chapter

    Pages 355-382

    Multidimensional Clinical Competence: Considering Racial Group, Development, and the Positive Psychology Movement in Clinical Practice

  21. Chapter

    Pages E1-E2

    ERRATUM TO: Chapter 17 Psychology of Latino American Older Adults: Strengths and Challenges to Mental Health in a Shifting Society

  22. Back Matter

    Pages 379-379