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narcissistic, 151

National Center for Health Statistics, 367

National Comorbidity Survey (NCS), 57, 175, 197, 347-350, 352-353

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), 346

Native American Indians adolescents, 211 suicidal behavior, 369 alcohol use, 240, 353 Alaska native, 225-245 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, 227 Aleutian, 329 confidentiality, 273-274 cultural values, 234-235 death rates, 230 demographics, 85-87 Eskimo, 456

family size, 86

fear of and hostility toward, 85 fluidity of identity, 86 "full blood," 229 ghost sickness, 140 Indian Health Service, 230 language barriers, 232 life expectancy, 86 manifest destiny period, 272 mental disorders, prevalence of, 238 Navajos, 147

nonverbal communication, 236 parenting, 237 pibloktoq, 21, 141 population growth, 86 retraditionalization, 73 Seminole, 231 Sioux, 231

socioeconomic status and, 29, 231 tribal leaders, role in health care, 274 tuberculosis, deaths from, 85 wacinko, 141 naturalistic views of disease, 17 Navajos, 147

Neo-Kraepelian movement, 6 nervios, 37-38, 316 Network and Link Counseling, 288 neuropsychological, 105 assessment, 419 culturally sensitive, 420-423 illiteracy, 423, 433 role of acculturation, 424-425, 428 neurotransmitters, 10 neural tube defect, 85 Nigerian, 143 norms equivalent, 127-128 Finland, 110 Portuguese, 110,112 U.S., 103-104, 110, 113 Norwegians, 343

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