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de Schweinitz, P. A., Nation, C., DeCou, C. R., Stewart, T. J., & Allen, J. (2017). Cultural perspectives on suicide from a rural Athabascan Alaska Native community: Wellness teams as a strengths-based community response.Journal of Rural Mental Health, 41(1), 4–16.
Gloppen, K., McMorris, B., Gower, A., & Eisenberg, M. (2018). Associations between bullying involvement, protective factors, and mental health among American Indian youth.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 88(4), 413–421.
Grisso, T., Fountain, E., NeMoyer, A., & Thornton, L. C. (2019). The role of translational psychological science in juvenile justice reform [Editorial]. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 5(2), 113–120.
Jordan, K. L., & McNeal, B. A. (2016). Juvenile penalty or leniency: Sentencing of juveniles in the criminal justice system.Law and Human Behavior, 40(4), 387–400.
Kaufman, C. E., Beals, J., Croy, C., Jiang, L., Novins, D. K., & The AI-SUPERPFP Team. (2013). Multilevel context of depression in two American Indian tribes.Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 81(6), 1040–1051.
Kelley, A., Restad, D., & Killsback, J. (2018). A public health approach: Documenting the risk and protective factors of suicide ideation in one American Indian community.Psychological Services, 15(3), 325–331.
Koury, A. S., & Votruba-Drzal, E. (2014). School readiness of children from immigrant families: Contributions of region of origin, home, and childcare.Journal of Educational Psychology, 106(1), 268–288.
LaFromboise, T. D., Albright, K., & Harris, A. (2010). Patterns of hopelessness among American Indian adolescents: Relationships by levels of acculturation and residence.Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 16(1), 68–76.
Lardon, C., Wolsko, C., Trickett, E., Henry, D., & Hopkins, S. (2016). Assessing health in an Alaska native cultural context: The Yup’ik Wellness Survey.Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 22(1), 126–136.
Shapiro, D. L., White, F., & Shackleton, B. W. (2019). Overcoming the tribes effect: The overview effect as a means to promote conflict resolution.Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 25(4), 360–363.
Scott, W. D., Clapp, J., Mileviciute, I., & Mousseau, A. (2016). Children’s Depression Inventory: A unidimensional factor structure for American Indian and Alaskan native youth.Psychological Assessment, 28(1), 81–91.
Tummala-Narra, P., Li, Z., Liu, T., & Wang, Y. (2014). Violence exposure and mental health among adolescents: The role of ethnic identity and help seeking.Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 6(1), 8–24.
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- Holder Jr., Eric, Attorney General. American Indian/Alaska Native Children Exposed to Violence: Ending Violence so Children Can Thrive. U.S. Department of Justice. November 2014. pg. 235-247.
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