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  • Acculturation profiles and alcohol use among Hispanic Americans. [Journal Article]
    J Ethn Subst Abuse 2019; :1-20Pham S, Lui PP
  • Hazardous alcohol use among Hispanics makes for a critical public health issue that warrants empirical examination. Whereas research shows positive associations between alcohol-related outcomes and acculturation, it is unclear how enculturation and acculturation x enculturation are linked to alcohol use. Hispanic American undergraduate and graduate students (N = 348, 61.8% women, Mage = 21.82, 83…
  • Differential Exposure to Job Stressors: A Comparative Analysis Between Migrant and Australia-Born Workers. [Journal Article]
    Ann Work Expo Health 2019Liu X, Bowe SJ, … Lamontagne AD
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study suggests that skill discretion and job complexity but not decision authority is associated with migrant status. Migrants with high educational attainment from Non-English-speaking countries appear to be most affected by lower skill discretion/job complexity and decision authority; however, differences in skill discretion and job complexity attenuate over time for Non-ESC-born migrants, consistent with an acculturation effect. Low skill discretion and job complexity, to the extent that it overlaps with underemployment, may adversely affect migrant workers' well-being. Targeted language skill support could facilitate migrant integration into the Australian labour market.
  • Determinants of Self-rated Cognitive Health among Older Korean Americans. [Journal Article]
    Gerontologist 2019Jang Y, Choi EY, … Kim MT
  • In response to the dearth of information on cognitive health in older ethnic minorities, in the present study, we examined factors associated with self-rated cognitive health (SRCH) in older Korean Americans. Drawing from the World Health Organization's framework of social determinants of health, we examined how a broad spectrum of factors might influence the way in which older Korean Americans p…
  • Biased cognition in East Asian and Western cultures. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(10):e0223358Yiend J, André J, … Parkinson B
  • The majority of cognitive bias research has been conducted in Western cultures. We examined cross-cultural differences in cognitive biases, comparing Westerners' and East Asians' performance and acculturation following migration to the opposite culture. Two local (UK, Hong Kong) and four migrant (short-term and long-term migrants to each culture) samples completed culturally validated tasks measu…
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