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1954 5
1955 6
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1957 5
1958 7
1959 5
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1961 5
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1965 8
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1969 19
1970 25
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1983 39
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1988 67
1989 97
1990 103
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1992 131
1993 146
1994 160
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1998 156
1999 208
2000 163
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Adapting health promotion interventions for ethnic minority groups: a qualitative study.
Liu JJ, et al. Health Promot Int 2016. PMID 25561680
Adaptation of health interventions has garnered international support across academic disciplines and among various health organizations. ...We drew on the concepts of intersectionality, representation and context from feminist, sociology and human geography literature, respectively, to help us understand how adaptations for ethnic groups approach the variable of ethnicity. ...
Adaptation of health interventions has garnered international support across academic disciplines and among various health organizati …
The diversity and disparity in biomedical informatics (DDBI) workshop
Southerland WM, et al. Pac Symp Biocomput 2018. PMID 29218919 Free PMC article.
Gender, culture, and socioeconomic status are also important dimensions of diversity, which may define some underrepresented groups. ...Part I will discuss specific minority health & health disparities research topics and Part II will cover discussions related to overcoming pipeline issues in the training of minority informaticians....
Gender, culture, and socioeconomic status are also important dimensions of diversity, which may define some underrepresented group
Toward a Comprehensive Understanding of Intergroup Contact: Descriptions and Mediators of Positive and Negative Contact Among Majority and Minority Groups.
Hayward LE, et al. Pers Soc Psychol Bull 2017. PMID 28903695
The current project builds on this work in four ways: establishing an understanding of contact that is grounded in subjective experience, examining the affective mediators involved in the negative contact-prejudice relationship, extending research on the effects of positive and negative contact to minority groups, and examining the contact asymmetry experimentally. ...
The current project builds on this work in four ways: establishing an understanding of contact that is grounded in subjective experie …
Experimental evidence for tipping points in social convention
Centola D, et al. Science 2018. PMID 29880688
Theoretical models of critical mass have shown how minority groups can initiate social change dynamics in the emergence of new social conventions. ...When minority groups reached the critical mass-that is, the critical group size for initiating social change-they were consistently able to overturn the established behavior. ...
Theoretical models of critical mass have shown how minority groups can initiate social change dynamics in the emergence of new …
An integrative model for the study of developmental competencies in minority children.
García Coll C, et al. Child Dev 1996 - Review. Among authors: Garcia Coll C. PMID 9022222
In this article a conceptual model for the study of child development in minority populations in the United States is proposed. In support of the proposed model, this article includes (a) a delineation and critical analysis of mainstream theoretical frameworks in relation to their attention and applicability to the understanding of developmental processes in children of color and of issues at the intersection of social class, culture, ethnicity, and race, and (b) a description and evaluation of the conceptual frameworks that have guided the extant literature on minority children and families. ...
In this article a conceptual model for the study of child development in minority populations in the United States is proposed. In su …
Use of Decision Aids with Minority Patients: a Systematic Review.
Nathan AG, et al. J Gen Intern Med 2016 - Review. PMID 26988981 Free PMC article.
While DAs have been extensively studied, we know relatively little about their use in minority populations. We conducted a systematic review to characterize the application and effectiveness of DAs in racial, ethnic, sexual, and gender minorities. ...However, the existing literature is almost non-existent for sexual and gender minorities and has not included the full breadth of clinical decisions that affect minority populations....
While DAs have been extensively studied, we know relatively little about their use in minority populations. We conducted a systematic …
Identifying differences in early literacy skills across subgroups of language-minority children: A latent profile analysis.
Lonigan CJ, et al. Dev Psychol 2018. Among authors: Goodrich JM. PMID 29251963 Free PMC article.
The purpose of this study was to identify subgroups of language-minority children and evaluate whether differences in level and rate of growth of early literacy skills differed across subgroups. ...These findings suggest that language-minority children are a diverse group with regard to their L1 and L2 proficiencies and that growth in early literacy skills is most associated with level of proficiency in the same language. ...
The purpose of this study was to identify subgroups of language-minority children and evaluate whether differences in level and rate …
The impact of culturally responsive self-management interventions on health outcomes for minority populations: A systematic review.
Ehrlich C, et al. Chronic Illn 2016 - Review. PMID 26026156
The aim of this study was to answer the research question: "Can self-management programs that have been adapted or modified still be effective for ethnic minority and Indigenous populations?" ...Given that self-management is a Western cultural construct, creating empathic and responsive systems might be more effective for improving health of Indigenous and ethnic minority groups rather than relying predominantly on individual skill development....
The aim of this study was to answer the research question: "Can self-management programs that have been adapted or modified still be effecti …
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