New directions in prevention among American Indian and Alaska native communities / edited by Spero M. Manson.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Portland, Or. : Oregon Health Sciences University, ©1982.
Description
viii, 404 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.

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Summary note
PREVENTION PROGRAMS TO STAY MENTALLY HEALTHY.
Notes
  • At head of title: National Institute of Mental Health.
  • At foot of title: National Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographies.
Contents
  • Prevention research among American Indians and Alaska Native communities: Charting future courses for theory and practice in mental health / Spero M. Manson, Ellie Tatum, and Norman G. Dinges
  • Self-perception and primary prevention for American Indians / Harriet P. Lefley
  • Primary prevention as it relates to traditionality and empirical measures of social deviance / Gerald Mohatt and Arthur W. Blue
  • Mental health promotion with Navajo families / Norman G. Dinges
  • American Indian mental health and the role of training for prevention / Joseph E. Trimble
  • A cultural network model: Perspectives for adolescent services and paraprofessional training / Yvonne Red Horse
  • New roads to coping: Siouan sobriety / Bea Medicine
  • American Indian community mental health: A primary prevention strategy / John Red Horse
  • Project Nak-nu-we-sha: A preventative intervention in child abuse and neglect among a Pacific Northwest Indian community / Maxine Robbins
  • Psychiatric consultation to an Indian tribal court / Ben Ezra Green
  • Otitis media and American Indians: Prevalence, etiology, psychoeducational consequences, prevention and intervention / Damian McShane
  • Evaluating primary prevention programs: Models and measures / Morton Beiser
  • Examples of evaluation research in delivering preventive mental health services to Indian youth / James H. Shore and George Keepers
  • Getting it together at adolescence: Case studies of positive socializing environments for Eskimo youth / Judith Kleinfeld
  • Recommendations
  • Epilogue / Bernard Bloom.
OCLC
9608949
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