Immigration Stress and Alcohol Use Severity Among Recently Immigrated Hispanic Adults: Examining Moderating Effects of Gender, Immigration Status, and Social Support Article

Cano, Miguel Angel, Sanchez, Mariana, Trepka, Mary Jo et al. (2017). Immigration Stress and Alcohol Use Severity Among Recently Immigrated Hispanic Adults: Examining Moderating Effects of Gender, Immigration Status, and Social Support . 73(3), 294-307. 10.1002/jclp.22330

Open Access

cited authors

  • Cano, Miguel Angel; Sanchez, Mariana; Trepka, Mary Jo; Dillon, Frank R; Sheehan, Diana M; Rojas, Patria; Kanamori, Mariano J; Huang, Hui; Auf, Rehab; De La Rosa, Mario

publication date

  • March 1, 2017

keywords

  • ACCULTURATIVE STRESS
  • AFRICAN-AMERICAN
  • AMERICAN ADOLESCENTS
  • DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS
  • DRUG-USE
  • Hispanics
  • LATINO IMMIGRANTS
  • MENTAL-HEALTH
  • MEXICAN IMMIGRANTS
  • PERCEIVED ETHNIC DISCRIMINATION
  • Psychology
  • Psychology, Clinical
  • SUBSTANCE-ABUSE
  • Social Sciences
  • alcohol
  • cultural stress
  • gender
  • social support

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 294

end page

  • 307

volume

  • 73

issue

  • 3