Sunday, January 29, 2023

Tag: immigration and psychology

Deportation and Family Separation Impact Entire Communities

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From UC Santa Cruz NewsCenter: "The deportation and forced separation of immigrants has negative effects that extend beyond individuals and families to entire communities...

Psychologists Respond to Mental Health Crisis at the Border

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From The American Psychological Association PsycIQ: "When three women who had been forcibly separated from their children by immigration officials filed a lawsuit on June...

The Lasting Impact of Detention on Children

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From The Guardian: "Last month, amid international outcry over his administration’s 'zero-tolerance' policy, which led to the separation of 2,300 children from their parents, Donald...

Joint Public Statement on U.S. Immigration Policies

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Several psychology groups have released the following public statement on U.S. immigration policies and practices: "This statement is an official statement of the specific signatories...

APA Letter on the Separation of Families

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The American Psychological Association has issued a letter to President Trump to express its strong opposition to the administration's new policy of separating immigrant...

Minority and Immigration Status Associated with Psychosis Risk

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Ethnic minorities and those who migrated during childhood have an elevated risk for psychosis, study finds.