Patrice Ryce, Ph.D.

2012 Applied Psychology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Sociology of Education, Developmental Psychology, Individual and Family Studies, Islamic Studies, Elementary Education
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Selcuk R. Sirin grad student 2012 NYU
 (The role of family involvement in predicting student-teacher relationships and academic and behavioral outcomes for children of immigrants.)
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Gupta T, Rogers-Sirin L, Okazaki S, et al. (2014) The role of collective self-esteem on anxious-depressed symptoms for Asian and Latino children of immigrants. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology. 20: 220-30
Sirin SR, Ryce P, Gupta T, et al. (2013) The role of acculturative stress on mental health symptoms for immigrant adolescents: a longitudinal investigation. Developmental Psychology. 49: 736-48
Sirin SR, Gupta T, Ryce P, et al. (2013) Understanding the role of social support in trajectories of mental health symptoms for immigrant adolescents Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 34: 199-207
Sirin SR, Ryce P, Mir M. (2009) How teachers' values affect their evaluation of children of immigrants: Findings from Islamic and public schools Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 24: 463-473
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