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Zhang W, Hong S, Takeuchi DT, Mossakowski KN.  2012.  Limited English proficiency and psychological distress among Latinos and Asian Americans.. Soc Sci Med. 75(6):1006-14.
John DA, de Castro AB, Martin DP, Duran B, Takeuchi DT.  2012.  Does an immigrant health paradox exist among Asian Americans? Associations of nativity and occupational class with self-rated health and mental disorders. Soc Sci Med. 75(12):2085-98.
de Castro AB, Rue T, Takeuchi DT.  2010.  Associations of employment frustration with self-rated physical and mental health among Asian American immigrants in the U.S. Labor force.. Public Health Nurs. 27(6):492-503.
Gong F, Xu J, Fujishiro K, Takeuchi DT.  2011.  A life course perspective on migration and mental health among Asian immigrants: the role of human agency.. Soc Sci Med. 73(11):1618-26.
de Castro AB, Garcia G, Gee GC, Tsai JHsin-Chun, Rue T, Takeuchi DT.  2010.  Smoking and the Asian American workforce in the National Latino and Asian American Study.. Am J Ind Med. 53(2):171-8.
de Castro AB, Gee GC, Takeuchi DT.  2010.  Examining alternative measures of social disadvantage among Asian Americans: the relevance of economic opportunity, subjective social status, and financial strain for health.. J Immigr Minor Health. 12(5):659-71.
Gee GC, Walsemann KM, Takeuchi DT.  2010.  English proficiency and language preference: testing the equivalence of two measures.. Am J Public Health. 100(3):563-9.
Valencia-Garcia D, Simoni JM, Alegría M, Takeuchi DT.  2012.  Social capital, acculturation, mental health, and perceived access to services among Mexican American women.. J Consult Clin Psychol. 80(2):177-85.
Spencer MS, Chen J, Gee GC, Fabian CG, Takeuchi DT.  2010.  Discrimination and mental health-related service use in a national study of Asian Americans.. Am J Public Health. 100(12):2410-7.
Gong F, Xu J, Takeuchi DT.  2012.  Beyond conventional socioeconomic status: examining subjective and objective social status with self-reported health among Asian immigrants.. J Behav Med. 35(4):407-19.