Secondary Analysis of the National Latino Asian American Study (NLAAS) Dataset - Part I
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
About the special issue
The purpose of this 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. This special issue includes empirical articles that are based on analysis of the Asian American data within the NLAAS dataset and focuses mainly on psychopathology and mental health studies from the NLAAS.
Part 2 (June 2012) 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
Introduction to the Special Issue on the Secondary Analysis of the National Latino Asian American Study (NLAAS) Dataset
Leong, Frederick T. L.
Perceived Discrimination, Acculturative Stress, and Depression Among South Asians: Mixed Findings
Tummala-Narra, Pratyusha; Alegria, Margarita; Chen, Chih-Nan
Recursive Partitioning Analysis of Lifetime Suicidal Behaviors in Asian Americans
Kuroki, Yusuke; Tilley, Jacqueline L.
The Physical and Mental Health Effects of Age of Immigration, Age, and Perceived Difference in Social Status Among First Generation Asian Americans
Lam, Jonathan; Yip, Tiffany; Gee, Gilbert
Self-Rated Mental Health Among Asian American Adults: Association With Psychiatric Disorders
Kim, Giyeon; Chiriboga, David A.; Bryant, Ami; Huang, Chao-Hui; Crowther, Martha; Ma, Grace X.
Asian Immigrants' Mental Health Service Use: An Application of the Life Course Perspective
Nguyen, Duy; Lee, Rufina