Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy

Trauma and Ethnoracial Diversity

Vol. 2, No. 1, March 2010
Item #: 5880201
ISBN: 978-1-4338-0878-4
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This special issue sought trauma-related studies that would illustrate differences among ethnoracial groups, reveal the enormous variation within minority groups, and/or draw attention to questions or issues that are of particular importance to minority groups.

Articles in this issue

Introduction to the Special Issue on Trauma and Ethnoracial Diversity
Pages 1–3
Nnamdi Pole and Elisa Triffleman

Ethnic Group Comparisons of Trauma-Related Factors

Psychometric Properties of the Race-Related Events Scale
Pages 4–11
Lynn C. Waelde, David Pennington, Ciara Mahan, Richard Mahan, Marianne Kabour, and Renee Marquett

Personality Patterns Among Black, White, and Hispanic Combat Veterans
Pages 12–18
Bita Ghafoori and Robert W. Hierholzer

Comparison of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptom Structure Models in Hispanic and White College Students
Pages 19–30
Tim Hoyt and Elizabeth A. Yeater

Trauma-Related Factors in Particular Ethnic Groups Latinos

Trauma, Depression, and Comorbid PTSD/Depression in a Community Sample of Latina Immigrants
Pages 31–39
Stacey Kaltman, Bonnie L. Green, Mihriye Mete, Nawar Shara, and Jeanne Miranda

Trauma Exposure, Mental Health, and Service Utilization Rates Among Immigrant and United States-Born Hispanic Youth: Results From the Hispanic Family Study
Pages 40–48
Ana J. Bridges, Michael A. de Arellano, Alyssa A. Rheingold, Carla Kmett Danielson, and Lauren Silcott

African Americans

The Relationship Between Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms and Sexual Risk: Examining Potential Mechanisms
Pages 49–53
Charnette D. Munroe, Jeffrey L. Kibler, Mindy Ma, Katherine M. Dollar, and Melissa Coleman

Challenges to Engaging Black Male Victims of Community Violence in Healthcare Research: Lessons Learned From Two Studies
Pages 54–62
Sonia Schwartz, Joel Hoyte, Thea James, Lauren Conoscenti, Renee Johnson, and Jane Liebschutz

Asian Americans

A Psychobiocultural Model of Orthostatic Panic Among Cambodian Refugees: Flashbacks, Catastrophic Cognitions, and Reduced Orthostatic Blood-Pressure Response
Pages 63–70
Devon E. Hinton, Stefan G. Hofmann, Scott P. Orr, Roger K. Pitman, Mark H. Pollack, and Nnamdi Pole

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