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THREE IMMIGRATION RACE AND ETHNICITY
FOUR ACCULTURATION STRESS AND MENTAL HEALTH
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African Americans analyses Asian Americans Asian Sample Association of Acculturation Association of Stress Caribbean Chinese Americans Coefficient for Association demographic differences effects of stress ethnic groups factors Financial Relationship Job financial stress gender high school High Hispanic Americans Hispanic sample Household hypotheses immigrant groups immigrant status Interaction Terms job stress Korean Americans less omitted less satisfied levels of stress Main Sample marginally significant Marital Status Married marriage measures Mexican Americans migration Model 1 Model Parent/Child Education high parent/child stress pattern predictor of distress psychological distress Puerto Ricans R2 Change recent immigrants relationship between acculturation relationship stress Rogler Rumbaut school High school Second generation Third significant interaction significant predictor social support Socio Socio-Demographic Status Socio-Economic Status Stress and Marital stress and mental Stress Financial Relationship Stress to Psychological stress variables stressors sub-groups Table Terms to Psychological Third generation omitted Unmarried omitted Unstandardized Coefficient Unstandardized Regression Coefficients Vietnamese Americans