Longitudinal Associations Between Marianismo Beliefs and Acculturative Stress Among Latina Immigrants During Initial Years in the United States Article

Ertl, Melissa M, Renteria, Roberto, Dillon, Frank R et al. (2019). Longitudinal Associations Between Marianismo Beliefs and Acculturative Stress Among Latina Immigrants During Initial Years in the United States . 66(6), 665-677. 10.1037/cou0000361

Open Access

cited authors

  • Ertl, Melissa M; Renteria, Roberto; Dillon, Frank R; Babino, Rosa; De La Rosa, Mario; Brenner, Rachel E

fiu authors

publication date

  • November 1, 2019

keywords

  • ALCOHOL-USE SEVERITY
  • CENTRAL-AMERICAN
  • COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
  • EXPERIENCES
  • FAMILY COHESION
  • GENDER
  • HEALTH-CARE
  • IDENTITY
  • Latina immigrants
  • Psychology
  • Psychology, Applied
  • Psychology, Educational
  • SYMPTOMS
  • Social Sciences
  • WOMEN
  • enculturation
  • gender roles
  • stress

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 665

end page

  • 677

volume

  • 66

issue

  • 6