Transnational, social, and neighborhood ties and smoking among Latino immigrants: Does gender matter?
Learning Areas:Diversity and culture
Public health or related research
Social and behavioral sciences
Describe the prevalence of transnational ties in a nationally representative sample of Latino immigrants. Evaluate whether gender modified the effect of transnational ties on smoking in a sample of Latino immigrants.
Keyword(s): Smoking, Immigrants
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: I have a doctorate in Clinical Psychology and postdoctoral training in public health. I have published peer-reviewed empirical articles and chapters in the area of mental health disparities, Latino health, and the association between social adversity, psychological vulnerability, and mental health and physical health risk, both conjointly and independently. This research has been supported by federal grant funding.
Any relevant financial relationships? No
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