Volume 29

American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research

Participation in a Culturally Grounded Program Strengthens Cultural Identity, Self-esteem, and Resilience in Urban Indigenous Adolescents, 1-21

Amanda Hunter, PhD, MPH, Mikah Carlos, BA, Felix B. Muniz, MA, Velia Leybas Nuño, PhD, MSW, Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox, PhD, Scott Carvajal, PhD, MPH, Breanna Lameman, BS, and Nicole Yuan, PhD, MPH

doi: 10.5820/aian.2901.2022.1


Perceived Racial/Ethnic Discrimination and Depressive Symptoms among Adolescents Living in the Cherokee Nation, 22-36

Caroline M. Barry, MPH, Brady A. Garrett, PhD, Melvin D. Livingston, PhD, Terrence K. Kominsky, PhD, Bethany J. Livingston, BS, and Kelli A. Komro, MPH, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2901.2022.22


Evaluating the Impact of a Culturally Sensitive Art Program on the Resilience, Perceived Stress, and Mood of Urban American Indian Youth, 37-58

Vesna Pepic, BS, Suzanne McWilliams, DNP, Shaylynne Shuler, MA, Heather J. Williamson, DrPH, and Aaron Secakuku, BS

doi: 10.5820/aian.2901.2022.37


The Role of Social Support in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus among American Indians: A Qualitative Study, 59-91

Izza Atiqa Ishak, MPH, Melissa L. Walls, PhD, and Benjamin D. Aronson, PharmD, PhD

doi: 10.5820/aian.2901.2022.59


Twenty Years of Research into the Health Impacts of Native-themed Mascots: A Scoping Review, 92-129

Sierra Watt, MA, Ian Record, PhD, and Yvette Roubideaux, MD, MPH

doi: 10.5820/aian.2901.2022.92