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FAMILISMO, ENCULTURATION, AND ACCULTURATION AS PREDICTORS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING IN LATINA/OS
This study was designed to determine how enculturation, acculturation, and familismo influence Latina/os' psychological well-being. A limited amount of studies have integrated enculturation, acculturation and familismo in ...
Biculturalism and Personality as Predictors of Subjective Well-being in Chinese Americans
This study was designed to determine how personality and biculturalism influence Chinese Americans' emotional well-being and life satisfaction. Few studies have integrated personality and bicultural identity in their ...
Understanding and Quantifying the Roles of Perceived Social Support, Pet Attachment, and Adult Attachment in Adult Pet Owners' Sense of Well-being
Researchers have extolled the benefits of pet ownership. Most of the studies which have been published lack a theoretical lens through which to conceptualize the human-animal bond. Attachment theory offers a framework for ...
NISEI, SANSEI, AND YONSEI: ACCULTURATION, ETHNIC IDENTITY, AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING AMONG THREE GENERATIONS OF JAPANESE AMERICANS
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of acculturation and ethnic identity on subjective well-being across three generations of Japanese Americans. Data were collected in 2012 from 175 female and male Japanese ...
Testing a Dialectical Model of Meaning in Life in Four Cultures
It has been well established that subjective well-being and meaning in life are important to individuals' overall psychological functioning. One important but unanswered question is whether meaning in life and well-being ...