Secondary Analysis of the National Latino Asian American Study (NLAAS) Dataset - Part II
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
About the special issue
The purpose of this two-part special issue is to highlight and showcase the empirical research that has been generated by the release of the NLAAS for secondary analysis and to promote more research using that dataset.
Part 1 (March 2012) consisted of articles that focused mainly on psychopathology and mental health studies, which was the main purpose of the NLAAS study because it was an epidemiological study.
Part 2 (this issue) includes studies that go beyond the epidemiological focus of the NLAAS to take advantage of the rich data to examine issues related to education, discrimination, adjustment, and distress among Asian Americans.
Articles in this issue
The Relationship Between Education and Ethnic Minority Factors in Income Among Asian Americans
Saad, Carmel S.; Sue, Stanley; Zane, Nolan; Cho, Young Il
Acculturation and Psychosocial Adjustment Among Southeast Asian and Chinese Immigrants: The Effects of Domain-Specific Goals
Lui, P. Priscilla; Rollock, David
Effects of Discrimination on Chinese, Pilipino, and Vietnamese Americans' Mental and Physical Health
Mereish, Ethan H.; Liu, Marcia M.; Helms, Janet E.
Discrimination and Psychological Distress: Examining the Moderating Role of Social Context in a Nationally Representative Sample of Asian American Adults
Syed, Moin; Juan, Mary Joyce D.
The NLAAS Story: Some Reflections, Some Insights
Takeuchi, David T.; Gong, Fang; Gee, Gilbert