Dr. Carmen Valdez, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology at UW-Madison, will talk about the “Impact of Family Stress and Sociocultural Context on Latino Youth’s Academic, Social, and Emotional Functioning” on Tues., May 6, at 3:45 p.m. in UC259A. It’s part of the Latino Heritage Lecture Series.
Andersen Library has resources for learning more.
Search HALCat for titles such as Latinas attempting suicide: When cultures, families, and daughters collide (3rd-floor Main Collection, HV6546 .Z39 2011), Counseling latinos and La Familia: A practical guide (3rd-floor Main Collection, RC451.5.H57 S28 2002), and Mi voz, mi vida: Latino college students tell their life stories (3rd-floor Main Collection, LC2670.6 .M58 2007).
Search article databases to find titles such as “Acculturation-related stress and mental health outcomes among three generations of Hispanic adolescents” (Hispanic Journal Of Behavioral Sciences, 2013, vol.35:no.4, pp.451-468, doi:10.1177/0739986313500924), “Familismo, ethnic identity, and bicultural stress as predictors of Mexican American adolescents’ positive psychological functioning” (Journal Of Latina/O Psychology, 2013, vol.1:no.4, pp.204-217, doi:10.1037/lat0000006), “Academic achievement and depressive symptoms in low-income Latino youth” (Journal Of Child And Family Studies, 2012, vol.21:no.4, pp.565-577, doi:10.1007/s10826-011-9509-5), and “The Hispanic Stress Inventory—Adolescent Version: A culturally informed psychosocial assessment” (Psychological Assessment, 2012, vol.24:no.1, pp.187-196, doi:10.1037/a0025280).
Please ask a librarian for assistance with finding materials, if desired.