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.,. provides a contribution to the growing literature on the mental health of ethnic minorities. A valuable resource for professionals as well as students in the field. Contemporary Psychology
FELICISIMA C. SERAFICA is Associate Professor of Psychology at Ohio State University. Her specialty fields are clinical child psychology and developmental psychology. She is coauthor of Psychodynamics in a Philippine Setting and editor of Social Development in Context. ANDREW I. SCHWEBEL, Professor of Psychology at Ohio State University, has co-authored several books, most recently, Personal Adjustment Text. RICHARD K. RUSSELL is Associate Professor and current chair of the Affirmative Action Committee in the Department of Psychology at Ohio State University. A counseling psychologist, he has edited books and published extensively on the topics of the treatment of anxiety and counseling supervision. PAUL D. ISAAC, Associate Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean of the Graduate School at Ohio State University. His specialty field is quantitative psychology. His recent articles deal with recruitment, admission, and retention of ethnic minorities in higher education. LINDA B. MYERS, Associate Professor of Black Studies & Psychology at Ohio State University, is the author of Understanding an Afrocentric World View: Introduction to an Optimal Psychology. This volume's editors are Professors at Ohio State University. They have written and edited several previous volumes on Mental Health issues relating to ethnic minorities.
Felicisima C. Serafica, Linda Myers, Paul Isaac, R. Russell