Stein, Gabriela

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Ethnic identity as a protective factor for Latino youth 2012 1470 Previous studies indicate that acculturative stress is associated with greater depressive symptoms in Latino adolescents. Ethnic identity is an important cultural variable that has been linked with positive mental health outcomes. The current study e...
Risk and resilience processes, familism, and depressive symptoms in Latino adolescents 2013 1568 This study employed a developmental psychopathology framework to examine the relationship between familism and depressive symptoms across relational contexts in adolescence. Familism, a core cultural value for Latinos, is characterized as a strong at...
Familism in context: a multisystemic exploration of predictors 2015 827 Familism has been consistently considered the most protective value for recently immigrated Latino families in the U.S. (Rodriguez, Mira, Paez, & Myers, 2007). However, the literature remains mixed regarding the degree to which familism is endorsed b...
Differences in acculturation-based family conflict: a latent profile analysis of Latino adolescent and mother cultural value endorsement 2016 671 Previous theory suggests that Latino adolescents and their mothers acculturate to the United States culture at different rates, leading to gaps in acculturation that may result in family conflict and youth maladjustment (Szapocznik & Kurtines, 1993)....
Shame and depressive symptoms in Latino youths: when are cultural values a risk and when are they protective? 2017 663 Research has shown that Latino adolescents report higher levels of depressive symptoms compared to youths from other ethnic backgrounds (Twenge & Nolen-Hoeksema, 2002; Kessler et al., 1994). Despite these risks, there is consensus in the literature t...
Cultural stressors and depressive symptoms: when is positive ethnic-racial affect protective for immigrant-origin emerging adults? 2017 410 Although perceived ethnic discrimination and acculturative stress increase risk for depressive symptoms, less is known about factors that moderate the impact of these cultural challenges on psychological adjustment for first- and second-generation mi...
Cultural and contextual risk and resilience processes in the family stress model for Latino families 2018 354 Informed by previous research on the family stress model, the current study extends past research by exploring the role of cultural risk and resilience processes for Latina mothers facing economic hardship in a semi-rural emerging immigrant community...
Ethnic-racial socialization messages given to multiracial youth: a person-centered analysis 2019 284 The multiracial population is the fastest growing racial group in the United States, and almost half of the multiracial population nationwide is under the age of 18. Despite the rapidly growing numbers of young multiracial individuals, little is unde...
The impact of acculturative and contextual factors and session attendance on Latino caregiver response to a brief treatment activation intervention 2019 99 Immigrant Latino families face numerous acculturative and contextual barriers that make it difficult for them to become activated in their children’s mental health treatment (Keyes et al., 2012; Kincheloe, Frates, & Brown, 2007). Few studies have add...
Latina/o adolescent adjustment: understanding the role of adolescent self-disclosure to mothers 2020 60 Latina/o adolescents experience an increased risk for the development of both internalizing and externalizing problems compared to non-Latina/o white youth (Anderson & Mayes, 2010; Coatsworth, Pantin, & Szapocznik, 2002). Research demonstrates that p...
The role of shame within the context of familism in emerging adults 2020 125 Shame, in contrast to guilt, has typically been seen as a deleterious emotional experience associated with negative psychosocial outcomes across development. Despite this dominant model of shame, a growing body of evidence has highlighted the unique ...
Predictors of perceived fairness among Latinx adolescents 2020 44 While most research in Latinx populations has documented that endorsing filial obligation values predicts better psychosocial outcomes, some studies have also found potential negative ramifications of the fulfillment of high levels of filial obligati...
Protecting minoritized youth against discrimination: the concurrent impact of ethnic-racial identity and culturally-congruent shift-&-persist coping 2021 27 Discrimination is a largely uncontrollable stressor that has a negative impact on the psychological health and wellbeing of racially and ethnically minoritized youth. From a strengths-based perspective, this integrative dissertation presents a testab...
Developmental cascades : linking depressive symptoms and academic functioning in Mexican-American youth 2021 16 Latinx adolescents are at greatest risk for negative life outcomes. Particularly, inequities in both academic and mental health outcomes have been widely documented for Latinxs living in the United States (Alegria et al., 2015; Musu-Gillette et al., ...