Year Published: 1994

Authors: Odette Alarcón, M.D., Sumru Erkut, Ph.D., Cynthia García Coll, Ph.D., Heidie A. Vázquez García, Ph.D.

This paper describes two culturally sensitive, longitudinal studies of normal development in Puerto Rican adolescents and Puerto Rican children growing up in the U.S. It addresses areas of study pertinent to Puerto Ricans and other minorities that have previously been neglected. These include self- and ethnic-identity formation, and the effects of acculturation, color, prejudice, racism, and migration on health and development.

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