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Predictors of Latina Undergraduate Psychology Students’ Resilience
Journal of Hispanic Higher Education

The abstract in a paper by Manijeh Badiee (psychology) reads, “In the face of environmental adversities, Latina college students demonstrate resilience. A psychosocial framework was applied in this study to evaluate perceptions of barriers (i.e., environmental risk), COVID-19 distress (i.e., personal vulnerability), social support (i.e., environmental protective), and mindfulness (i.e., personal strength) as predictors of Latina students’ resilience.”

Adult Day Service Use Among Minority Older Adults: Facilitators, Barriers, and Outcomes From an Updated Integrative Literature Review Between 2010 to 2021
Journal of Applied Gerontology

Yawen Li (social work) cowrote a paper on adult day care services (ADS) as a long-term care option for racial and ethnic older Americans. The abstract reads, “Focusing on minority older adults, this study aims to (a) identify both the individual and structural/organizational levels factors associated with ADS use and to (b) examine ADS’ effect on health and well-being.”

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