Provocative and Informative
For more than 30 years, researchers, educators, mental health professionals, sociologists and policy makers have turned to Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences for the latest research and analyses on Hispanic issues. Each quarterly issue of HJBS brings you the latest theoretical work, research studies, and analyses you need to stay on top of this dynamic field. Distinguished experts from diverse fields of study present scholarly articles that keep you up-to-date with the latest behavioral research on a wide variety of Hispanic concerns, including cultural assimilation, communication barriers, intergroup relations, employment discrimination, substance abuse, AIDS prevention, family dynamics, and minority poverty.
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences is multidisciplinary and comprehensive, providing coverage of relevant issues from the fields of Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, Education, Linguistics, Public Health, Economics, and Political Science.
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences publishes empirical articles, multiple case study reports, critical reviews of literature, conceptual articles, reports of new instruments, and scholarly notes of theoretical or methodological interest to Hispanic populations. The multidisciplinary focus of the HJBS includes the fields of anthropology, economics, education, linguistics, political science, psychology, psychiatry, public health, and sociology.
|Nelly Salgado de Snyder||Mexican Institute of Public Health, Mexico|
|Gerardo Marin||University of San Francisco|
|Hortensia Amaro||Boston University, Massachusetts|
|Manuel Barrera||Arizona State University, West|
|Guillermo Bernal||University of Puerto Rico|
|Raymond Buriel||Pomona College, USA|
|J. Manuel Casas||University of California, Santa Barbara|
|Richard Cervantes||Behavioral Assessment Inc.|
|Lillian Comas Diaz||Transcultural Mental Health Institute|
|Giuseppe Constantino||Fordham University|
|Israel Cuellar||The University of Texas - Pan American|
|Rodolfo O. de la Garza||University of Texas, Austin|
|Rogelio Diaz Guerrero||Cuernavaca, Mexico|
|Raymond Garza||University of Texas at San Antonio|
|Susan E. Keefe||Appalachian State University|
|Steven Lopez||Ohio State University|
|Ma. Elena Medina-Mora||Mexican Institute of Psychiatry, Mexico|
|Edwin Melendez||Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|Gary Montgomery||The University of Texas - Pan American|
|Edward Morales||California School of Professional Psychology, Alameda|
|Esteban L. Olmedo||California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles|
|Kurt Organista||History, University of California, Berkeley|
|Lloyd Rogler||Fordham University, NY|
|Irma Serrano||University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico|
|V. Scott Solberg||University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI|
|Jose Szapocznik||University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL|
|Marta Tienda||University of Chicago, IL|
|Guadalupe Valdes||Stanford University, USA|
|Richard Valencia||University of Texas, Austin|
|Enedina Vasquez||New Mexico State University, Las Cruces|
|Melba J. T. Vasquez||Austin, TX|
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The HJBS also publishes film and book review essays, book reviews, and review notes of books and film of interest to the journal's readership. All inquiries concerning books for review and/or submission of review type manuscripts should be sent to the editor: email@example.com.
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