Examining Support for University-to-Police Reporting Policies for Sexual Assault: The Role of Survivors' Consent
We examined individual characteristics and attitudes associated with support for these approaches (i.e., had experienced sexual assault, trust in police). Participants (1,045 adults in the United States) were randomly assigned to read one of three policy statements, and we collected quantitative and qualitative survey data. Participants were less supportive of compelled police disclosure than consented police disclosure. People who supported compelled disclosure frequently focused on the crime and potential social benefits, were more likely to be non-victims, and held greater trust in the police. People who supported conse...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 18, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kathryn J Holland Allison E Cipriano Rachael Goodman-Williams Alex S Diede Source Type: research

Examining Support for University-to-Police Reporting Policies for Sexual Assault: The Role of Survivors' Consent
We examined individual characteristics and attitudes associated with support for these approaches (i.e., had experienced sexual assault, trust in police). Participants (1,045 adults in the United States) were randomly assigned to read one of three policy statements, and we collected quantitative and qualitative survey data. Participants were less supportive of compelled police disclosure than consented police disclosure. People who supported compelled disclosure frequently focused on the crime and potential social benefits, were more likely to be non-victims, and held greater trust in the police. People who supported conse...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 18, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Kathryn J Holland Allison E Cipriano Rachael Goodman-Williams Alex S Diede Source Type: research

Examining Support for University-to-Police Reporting Policies for Sexual Assault: The Role of Survivors' Consent
We examined individual characteristics and attitudes associated with support for these approaches (i.e., had experienced sexual assault, trust in police). Participants (1,045 adults in the United States) were randomly assigned to read one of three policy statements, and we collected quantitative and qualitative survey data. Participants were less supportive of compelled police disclosure than consented police disclosure. People who supported compelled disclosure frequently focused on the crime and potential social benefits, were more likely to be non-victims, and held greater trust in the police. People who supported conse...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 18, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kathryn J Holland Allison E Cipriano Rachael Goodman-Williams Alex S Diede Source Type: research

Examining Support for University-to-Police Reporting Policies for Sexual Assault: The Role of Survivors' Consent
We examined individual characteristics and attitudes associated with support for these approaches (i.e., had experienced sexual assault, trust in police). Participants (1,045 adults in the United States) were randomly assigned to read one of three policy statements, and we collected quantitative and qualitative survey data. Participants were less supportive of compelled police disclosure than consented police disclosure. People who supported compelled disclosure frequently focused on the crime and potential social benefits, were more likely to be non-victims, and held greater trust in the police. People who supported conse...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 18, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Kathryn J Holland Allison E Cipriano Rachael Goodman-Williams Alex S Diede Source Type: research

Examining Support for University-to-Police Reporting Policies for Sexual Assault: The Role of Survivors' Consent
We examined individual characteristics and attitudes associated with support for these approaches (i.e., had experienced sexual assault, trust in police). Participants (1,045 adults in the United States) were randomly assigned to read one of three policy statements, and we collected quantitative and qualitative survey data. Participants were less supportive of compelled police disclosure than consented police disclosure. People who supported compelled disclosure frequently focused on the crime and potential social benefits, were more likely to be non-victims, and held greater trust in the police. People who supported conse...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 18, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kathryn J Holland Allison E Cipriano Rachael Goodman-Williams Alex S Diede Source Type: research

Examining Support for University-to-Police Reporting Policies for Sexual Assault: The Role of Survivors' Consent
We examined individual characteristics and attitudes associated with support for these approaches (i.e., had experienced sexual assault, trust in police). Participants (1,045 adults in the United States) were randomly assigned to read one of three policy statements, and we collected quantitative and qualitative survey data. Participants were less supportive of compelled police disclosure than consented police disclosure. People who supported compelled disclosure frequently focused on the crime and potential social benefits, were more likely to be non-victims, and held greater trust in the police. People who supported conse...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 18, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Kathryn J Holland Allison E Cipriano Rachael Goodman-Williams Alex S Diede Source Type: research

Examining Support for University-to-Police Reporting Policies for Sexual Assault: The Role of Survivors' Consent
We examined individual characteristics and attitudes associated with support for these approaches (i.e., had experienced sexual assault, trust in police). Participants (1,045 adults in the United States) were randomly assigned to read one of three policy statements, and we collected quantitative and qualitative survey data. Participants were less supportive of compelled police disclosure than consented police disclosure. People who supported compelled disclosure frequently focused on the crime and potential social benefits, were more likely to be non-victims, and held greater trust in the police. People who supported conse...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 18, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kathryn J Holland Allison E Cipriano Rachael Goodman-Williams Alex S Diede Source Type: research

Examining Support for University-to-Police Reporting Policies for Sexual Assault: The Role of Survivors' Consent
We examined individual characteristics and attitudes associated with support for these approaches (i.e., had experienced sexual assault, trust in police). Participants (1,045 adults in the United States) were randomly assigned to read one of three policy statements, and we collected quantitative and qualitative survey data. Participants were less supportive of compelled police disclosure than consented police disclosure. People who supported compelled disclosure frequently focused on the crime and potential social benefits, were more likely to be non-victims, and held greater trust in the police. People who supported conse...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 18, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Kathryn J Holland Allison E Cipriano Rachael Goodman-Williams Alex S Diede Source Type: research

Examining Support for University-to-Police Reporting Policies for Sexual Assault: The Role of Survivors' Consent
We examined individual characteristics and attitudes associated with support for these approaches (i.e., had experienced sexual assault, trust in police). Participants (1,045 adults in the United States) were randomly assigned to read one of three policy statements, and we collected quantitative and qualitative survey data. Participants were less supportive of compelled police disclosure than consented police disclosure. People who supported compelled disclosure frequently focused on the crime and potential social benefits, were more likely to be non-victims, and held greater trust in the police. People who supported conse...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 18, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kathryn J Holland Allison E Cipriano Rachael Goodman-Williams Alex S Diede Source Type: research

Examining Support for University-to-Police Reporting Policies for Sexual Assault: The Role of Survivors' Consent
We examined individual characteristics and attitudes associated with support for these approaches (i.e., had experienced sexual assault, trust in police). Participants (1,045 adults in the United States) were randomly assigned to read one of three policy statements, and we collected quantitative and qualitative survey data. Participants were less supportive of compelled police disclosure than consented police disclosure. People who supported compelled disclosure frequently focused on the crime and potential social benefits, were more likely to be non-victims, and held greater trust in the police. People who supported conse...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 18, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Kathryn J Holland Allison E Cipriano Rachael Goodman-Williams Alex S Diede Source Type: research

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Measuring Youth Empowerment: An Item Response Theory Analysis of the Sociopolitical Control Scale for Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 8. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12540. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSociopolitical control (SPC) has been identified as a key element of the intrapersonal component of psychological empowerment. The Sociopolitical Control Scale (SPCS) is a widely used measure and has been modified for use among youth (SPCS-Y). In light of the emerging interest in SPC among youth within community-based research, this study applied item response theory (IRT) to examine the psychometric properties of the SPCS-Y and to explore a brief version. Data were collected between 2006 and 2013 from a convenience sample of high sc...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Kristen Gilmore Powell N Andrew Peterson Peter C Treitler David T Lardier Mariam Rashid Robert J Reid Source Type: research

Teaching and Learning During A Pandemic: How one Graduate Community Psychology Class Quickly Incorporated Healing Justice Into Our Practices
We describe the facets of a healing justice model, which promotes radical healing and collective action in a trauma-informed environment. We then discuss the changes we made to the class to better align with healing justice, including how enrolled students (i.e., co-authors) experienced the process of the course (e.g., reworking the syllabus, starting class with check-ins and an exercise to engage our parasympathetic nervous systems), as well as the content of the course (e.g., service projects to support people who are undocumented, unhoused, or minoritized in other ways; photovoice). We end with implications for teaching...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Regina Day Langhout Daniel Rodriguez Ramirez S Sylvane Vaccarino-Ruiz Valeria Alonso Blanco Katherine Quinteros Daniel Copulsky Miguel A Lopezzi Source Type: research

Engage for Equity:  Advancing the Fields of Community-Based Participatory Research and Community-engaged Research in Community Psychology and the Social Sciences
This article introduces the Engage for Equity study, a long-term National Institutes of Health-funded inquiry to identify best partnering and collaborative practices that contribute to community capacity, empowerment and policy outcomes, and to long-term improved health and health equity. Four articles present facets of the study: psychometrics of partnering process and outcome measures, measures and outcomes of shared governance, and description of the CBPR Model as a new equity- and partnership based implementation framework; and as a tool for organizational learning and quality improvement. Finally a review of CBPR and ...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Nina Wallerstein Source Type: research

Measuring Youth Empowerment: An Item Response Theory Analysis of the Sociopolitical Control Scale for Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 8. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12540. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSociopolitical control (SPC) has been identified as a key element of the intrapersonal component of psychological empowerment. The Sociopolitical Control Scale (SPCS) is a widely used measure and has been modified for use among youth (SPCS-Y). In light of the emerging interest in SPC among youth within community-based research, this study applied item response theory (IRT) to examine the psychometric properties of the SPCS-Y and to explore a brief version. Data were collected between 2006 and 2013 from a convenience sample of high sc...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Kristen Gilmore Powell N Andrew Peterson Peter C Treitler David T Lardier Mariam Rashid Robert J Reid Source Type: research

Teaching and Learning During A Pandemic: How one Graduate Community Psychology Class Quickly Incorporated Healing Justice Into Our Practices
We describe the facets of a healing justice model, which promotes radical healing and collective action in a trauma-informed environment. We then discuss the changes we made to the class to better align with healing justice, including how enrolled students (i.e., co-authors) experienced the process of the course (e.g., reworking the syllabus, starting class with check-ins and an exercise to engage our parasympathetic nervous systems), as well as the content of the course (e.g., service projects to support people who are undocumented, unhoused, or minoritized in other ways; photovoice). We end with implications for teaching...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Regina Day Langhout Daniel Rodriguez Ramirez S Sylvane Vaccarino-Ruiz Valeria Alonso Blanco Katherine Quinteros Daniel Copulsky Miguel A Lopezzi Source Type: research

Engage for Equity:  Advancing the Fields of Community-Based Participatory Research and Community-engaged Research in Community Psychology and the Social Sciences
This article introduces the Engage for Equity study, a long-term National Institutes of Health-funded inquiry to identify best partnering and collaborative practices that contribute to community capacity, empowerment and policy outcomes, and to long-term improved health and health equity. Four articles present facets of the study: psychometrics of partnering process and outcome measures, measures and outcomes of shared governance, and description of the CBPR Model as a new equity- and partnership based implementation framework; and as a tool for organizational learning and quality improvement. Finally a review of CBPR and ...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Nina Wallerstein Source Type: research

Measuring Youth Empowerment: An Item Response Theory Analysis of the Sociopolitical Control Scale for Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 8. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12540. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTSociopolitical control (SPC) has been identified as a key element of the intrapersonal component of psychological empowerment. The Sociopolitical Control Scale (SPCS) is a widely used measure and has been modified for use among youth (SPCS-Y). In light of the emerging interest in SPC among youth within community-based research, this study applied item response theory (IRT) to examine the psychometric properties of the SPCS-Y and to explore a brief version. Data were collected between 2006 and 2013 from a convenience sample of high sc...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Kristen Gilmore Powell N Andrew Peterson Peter C Treitler David T Lardier Mariam Rashid Robert J Reid Source Type: research

Teaching and Learning During A Pandemic: How one Graduate Community Psychology Class Quickly Incorporated Healing Justice Into Our Practices
We describe the facets of a healing justice model, which promotes radical healing and collective action in a trauma-informed environment. We then discuss the changes we made to the class to better align with healing justice, including how enrolled students (i.e., co-authors) experienced the process of the course (e.g., reworking the syllabus, starting class with check-ins and an exercise to engage our parasympathetic nervous systems), as well as the content of the course (e.g., service projects to support people who are undocumented, unhoused, or minoritized in other ways; photovoice). We end with implications for teaching...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Regina Day Langhout Daniel Rodriguez Ramirez S Sylvane Vaccarino-Ruiz Valeria Alonso Blanco Katherine Quinteros Daniel Copulsky Miguel A Lopezzi Source Type: research

Engage for Equity:  Advancing the Fields of Community-Based Participatory Research and Community-engaged Research in Community Psychology and the Social Sciences
This article introduces the Engage for Equity study, a long-term National Institutes of Health-funded inquiry to identify best partnering and collaborative practices that contribute to community capacity, empowerment and policy outcomes, and to long-term improved health and health equity. Four articles present facets of the study: psychometrics of partnering process and outcome measures, measures and outcomes of shared governance, and description of the CBPR Model as a new equity- and partnership based implementation framework; and as a tool for organizational learning and quality improvement. Finally a review of CBPR and ...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 8, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Nina Wallerstein Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Opportunity Reboot: A Community-Based Evaluation Focused on Opportunity Youth
Am J Community Psychol. 2021 Jul 2. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12532. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTThe number of young people living in the margins of society reflects one of the most pressing social inequities of our time. Opportunity youth often face many complex challenges perpetrated by a range of systemic issues. These trajectories can be positively disrupted by surrounding youth with a cohesive web of relational and instrumental supports and spaces where their strengths and potential are seen. Opportunity Reboot, a technical assistance and program enhancement model, was developed to leverage the existing capacity and strengt...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - July 2, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Amy K Syvertsen Chen-Yu Wu Ashley Boat Justin Roskopf Source Type: research

Neighborhood Socioeconomic Deprivation and Depression Symptoms in Adults From the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL)
This study examined cross-sectional associations of neighborhood and personal socioeconomic deprivation with depression symptoms in a US Hispanic/Latino population from the San Diego Field Center of the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (n = 3,851). Depression symptoms were assessed with the ten-item Centers for Epidemiological Studies in Depression Scale. Neighborhood socioeconomic deprivation was a composite of eleven variables (e.g., neighborhood income, education, employment, household crowding). Greater personal socioeconomic deprivation based on education, income, and employment was generally associate...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - June 25, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Jennifer L Holmgren Jordan A Carlson Linda C Gallo Aubrey L Doede Marta M Jankowska James F Sallis Krista M Perreira Lena M C Andersson Gregory A Talavera Sheila F Castaneda Melawhy L Garcia Matthew A Allison Source Type: research

Neighborhood Socioeconomic Deprivation and Depression Symptoms in Adults From the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL)
This study examined cross-sectional associations of neighborhood and personal socioeconomic deprivation with depression symptoms in a US Hispanic/Latino population from the San Diego Field Center of the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (n = 3,851). Depression symptoms were assessed with the ten-item Centers for Epidemiological Studies in Depression Scale. Neighborhood socioeconomic deprivation was a composite of eleven variables (e.g., neighborhood income, education, employment, household crowding). Greater personal socioeconomic deprivation based on education, income, and employment was generally associate...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - June 25, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Jennifer L Holmgren Jordan A Carlson Linda C Gallo Aubrey L Doede Marta M Jankowska James F Sallis Krista M Perreira Lena M C Andersson Gregory A Talavera Sheila F Castaneda Melawhy L Garcia Matthew A Allison Source Type: research

Neighborhood Socioeconomic Deprivation and Depression Symptoms in Adults From the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL)
This study examined cross-sectional associations of neighborhood and personal socioeconomic deprivation with depression symptoms in a US Hispanic/Latino population from the San Diego Field Center of the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (n = 3,851). Depression symptoms were assessed with the ten-item Centers for Epidemiological Studies in Depression Scale. Neighborhood socioeconomic deprivation was a composite of eleven variables (e.g., neighborhood income, education, employment, household crowding). Greater personal socioeconomic deprivation based on education, income, and employment was generally associate...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - June 25, 2021 Category: Psychiatry Authors: Jennifer L Holmgren Jordan A Carlson Linda C Gallo Aubrey L Doede Marta M Jankowska James F Sallis Krista M Perreira Lena M C Andersson Gregory A Talavera Sheila F Castaneda Melawhy L Garcia Matthew A Allison Source Type: research

Neighborhood Socioeconomic Deprivation and Depression Symptoms in Adults From the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL)
This study examined cross-sectional associations of neighborhood and personal socioeconomic deprivation with depression symptoms in a US Hispanic/Latino population from the San Diego Field Center of the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (n = 3,851). Depression symptoms were assessed with the ten-item Centers for Epidemiological Studies in Depression Scale. Neighborhood socioeconomic deprivation was a composite of eleven variables (e.g., neighborhood income, education, employment, household crowding). Greater personal socioeconomic deprivation based on education, income, and employment was generally associate...
Source: American Journal of Community Psychology - June 25, 2021 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Jennifer L Holmgren Jordan A Carlson Linda C Gallo Aubrey L Doede Marta M Jankowska James F Sallis Krista M Perreira Lena M C Andersson Gregory A Talavera Sheila F Castaneda Melawhy L Garcia Matthew A Allison Source Type: research