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To Be, or Not To Be "Canadian": The Role of Acculturation Motivation in International Student Adjustment and Future Residency Intent
Increasing international student recruitment and post-graduation retention rates represent numerous political, economic, and sociocultural advantages for the host country. For Canada to reap such benefits, international ...
Emerging Adults' Mental Health Literacy and Mental Health First Aid Experiences: A Mixed-Methods Study
Mental health problems are a significant concern in Canada. Prevalence rates suggest that emerging adults are one of the most at risk age groups in terms of experiencing mental health problems. Canada has begun to recognize ...
Differential Effects of Individual Factors on the Developmental Pathways of Depression
This study used growth mixture modeling to investigate the developmental pathways of depressive symptoms across adolescence and emerging adulthood (ages 12-25 years) using a nationally representative sample (N = 20,394). ...