Richard C. Cervantes, Ph.D.
Ph.D. Oklahoma State University
M.S. Oklahoma State University
B.S. Oklahoma State University
Research emphasizes acculturations stress including NIMH funded study to develop the Hispanic Stress Inventory for Adolescents. Mental Health studies on acculturation stress processes. Also interested in youth development and substance abuse prevention program outcome studies. Currently developing “Familia Adelante”, a ten-week substance abuse model, part of a 2-phase SAMHSA funded study.
Cervantes, R.C. & , Kappos, B., Duenas, N. & Arellano, D. (2005). Culturally Focused HIV Prevention and Substance Abuse Treatment for Hispanic Women. Addictive Disorders and Their Treatment.
Cervantes, R.C. & Duenas, N., Valdez, A., & Kaplan, C. (in press). Measuring Violence Risk and Outcomes Among Mexican-American Adolescent Females. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Cervantes, R.C. & , Felix-Ortiz, M. (2004). Substance abuse among Chicanos and other Mexican groups. The Handbook of Chicana/o Psychology. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Cervantes, R.C. & Pratt Peña (1998). Evaluating Hispanic/Latino Programs: Ensuring Cultural Competency, (16) 109-131 Binghamton, NY.
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