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Volume 18

American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research

We would like to thank the peer reviewers who read and commented on drafts of the articles in Volume 18!  Peer reviewer expertise is an invaluable aspect of the publication process, and our reviewers have helped to ensure that these articles are interesting, informative, and accurate.  Click here for a list of Volume 18 peer reviewers!

Volume 18, Issue No. 1 (2011)
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HIV/AIDS among American Indians/Alaska Natives Living in Montana: A Descriptive Study, 1-22
K. Ann Sondag, PhD, CHES, and Carrie Strike, MS

Does Pedometer Goal Setting Improve Physical Activity among Native Elders? Results from a Randomized Pilot Study, 23-41
Craig N. Sawchuk, PhD, Joan E. Russo, PhD, Steve Charles, BA, Jack Goldberg, PhD, Ralph Forquera, Peter Roy-Byrne, MD, and Dedra Buchwald, MD

Do American Indian Mascots = American Indian People? Examining Implicit Bias Towards American Indian People and American Indian Mascots, 42-60
John Chaney, PhD, Amanda Burke, PhD, and Edward Burkley, PhD

Volume 18, Issue No. 2 (2011)
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We're introducing a new feature in Volume 18, Issue 2!  Selected articles will feature a short audio clip of the author discussing his or her work.  We would like to thank Dr. Myhra for being the first to make a recording for this new feature.  Click in the box at the end of this list to hear a short summary of her article.

Indian Sports Nicknames/Logos: Affective Difference between American Indian and Non-Indian College Students, 1-16
Angela R. LaRocque, PhD, J. Douglas McDonald, PhD, Jeffrey N. Weatherly, PhD, and F. Richard Ferraro, PhD

"It Runs in the Family": Intergenerational Transmission of Historical Trauma among Urban American Indians and Alaska Natives in Culturally Specific Sobriety Maintenance Programs, 17-40
Laurelle L. Myhra, MS, LMFT

Click here to hear an audio clip from Dr. Laurelle Myhra, author of "It Runs in the Family."

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Zermarie Deacon, PhD, Joy Pendley, PhD, Waymon R. Hinson, PhD, and Joshua D. Hinson, MA

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