Nadia Huq

There are 6 included publications by Nadia Huq :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Acculturation conflict and psychological adjustment among Latino adolescents: mechanisms and protective factors 2016 620 Family conflict, particularly acculturation conflict, has been identified as a significant risk factor for immigrant youth, increasing the likelihood of depression, lower self-esteem, conduct problems, and poor academic performance in Latino and Asia...
Acculturation conflict in Latino youth: Discrimination, ethnic identity, and depressive symptoms 2016 45 Objectives: Patterns of parent–adolescent conflict differ between immigrant and nonimmigrant families living in the United States (Fuligni, 1998). Despite this, there is limited empirical literature examining the nuanced nature of parent–adolescent c...
Cultural stressors and the hopelessness model of depressive symptoms in Latino adolescents. 2012 1525 Depressive symptoms in Latino youth have been related to both culturally-universal and culturally-based stressors. However, few studies have examined the unique contributions of culturally-based stressors above and beyond other types of stressors. Mo...
Ethnic identity as a protective factor for Latino youth 2012 958 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...
Familism Through a Developmental Lens 2014 2839 This article reviews an emerging literature examining the effects of familism across childhood and adolescence. Familism has been described as a Latino cultural value that emphasizes obligation, filial piety, family support and obedience, and its eff...
The influence of cultural identity and perceived barriers on college preparation and aspirations of Latino youth in emerging immigrant communities. 2013 2691 Emerging immigrant communities differ from established communities in terms of needs and available resources. Students in these emerging communities may still be acculturating to new contexts and establishing their ethnic identities, which may impact...