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PART ONE INTRODUCTORY SECTION a Pride and prejudice: a Mexican American dilemma, 9 Edward Casavantes 2 The Mexican American family, 15 Nathan Murillo 3 The militant chall uenge to the American ethos: "Chic ns" and "Mexican Americans," 26 Armando Gutierrez and Herbert Hirsch 4 T he psycho-historical and socioecononnic development of the Chicano community in the United States, 38 Rodolfo Alvarer SOCIETY AND JUSTICE 5 Judge Getrad S Chargin: a public record, 62 6 Chicaran-poice riots, 64 Armando Morales 7 Mexican Americans and the administration of justice in te southwest: summary of a report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1970. 84 8 On the cost of being a Mexican American worker, 99 Dudley L. Poston, Jr., and David Alvirez 9 Prejudice and discrimination, 110 Amado M. Padila and Rene A. Ruiz PART THREE PERSONALITY STUDIES 10 Development of social motives in Anglo-American aun Mexican-American children, 126 Charles G. MChCintock 11 A comparison of Chicanos and Anglos on locus of control, 133 Raymond T. Gara and Russell E. Ames, Jr. 12 National origin and ghetto experience as variables in Mexican American stereotypy, 136 Anthonv Gary Dworkin 13 Self -conceptions of migrant and settled Mexican Americans, 140 Viktor Gecas 14 Psychological research and the Mexican American 152 Amado M. Padilla PART FOUR EDUCATION AND INTELLECTUAL ASSESSMENT 15 Bilingualism and mental measures a word of caution, 169 George I. Sanchez 16 Strategies for assessing intellectual patterns in Black, Anglo, and Mexican-American boys-or any other children-and implications for education, 174 Mary Meeker and Robert Meeker 17 Pluralistic diagnosis in the evaluation of Black and Chicano children: a procedure for taking sociocultural variables into account in clinical assessment, 183 Jane R. Mercer 18 Cognitive styles and cultural democracy in education, 196 Manuel Ramirez III PART FIVE MENTAL HEALTH 19 The impact of class discrimination and white racism on the mental health of Mexican-Americans, 211 Armando Morales 20 Cultural problems in psychiatric therapy, 217 Joe Yamamoto, Quinton C. James, and Norman Palley 21 The effect of interview language on the evaluation of psychopathology in Spanish-American schizophrenic patients, 223 Luis R Marcos, Murray Alpert, Leonel Urcuyo, and Martin Kes!elman 22 Mexican-American bilingualism and the perception of mental illness, 230 Robert B. Edgerton and Marvin Karno 23 A community mental health service for Mexican-Americans in a metropolis, 237 Marvin Karno and Armando Morales 24 Barriers to mental health services: a Japanese-American and Mexican-American dilemma, 242 Manuel Miranda and Harry H. L. Kitano 25 Value identification and psychiatric disability: an analysis involving Americans of Mexican descent, 253 Horacio Fabrega, Jr., and Carole Ann Wallace 26 The role of Chicano folk beliefs and practices in mental health, 263 Elena Gonzales 27 The relationship between psychology and Chicanos: failures and possibilities, 282 Eligio R. Padilla 28 Community mental health and the Chicano movement, 291 Cervando Martinez