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Mental health and North American Indian/Native communities: Cultural transactions, education, and regulation

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Editor's Note: This paper is one of two papers that are continuations of the previously published special issue on Rural Community Psychology, edited by Steven R. Heyman.

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McShane, D. Mental health and North American Indian/Native communities: Cultural transactions, education, and regulation. Am J Commun Psychol 15, 95–116 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00919760

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