MOHATT

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MOHATTModified Hurricane and Typhoon Tracking
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Having meaningful opportunities to be involved within one's community is another protective factor known to enhance the resilience of circumpolar Indigenous youth by strengthening relationships in the community and providing opportunities for praise and feeling ownership (Mohatt et al., 2004; Allen et al., 2006; Ford et al., 2012; DeCou et al., 2013).
Mohatt notes that depression also leads to poor self-care, such as over- or under-eating, increased smoking, decreased exercise, and alcohol and substance abuse, so the condition has negative effects on your overall health and well-being in both the short and long term.
Mohatt, G.V.; Hazel, K.L.; Allen, J.: Stachelrodt, M.; Hensel, C.
Mohatt and Erickson, in their 1981 study of native Indians in Odawa, Canada, concluded that (a) student and teacher behaviors need to be taken into context because they are culturally patterned behavior, and (b) research needs to focus on understanding the effect of teachers' behaviors on students.
She married George Mohatt June 21, 1938, in Goodland, Kan.
Gerald Mohatt, professor of psychology and director of the Center for Alaska Native Health Research (CANHR), received the research award.
Mohatt. "Cultural Organization of Participant Structure in Two Classrooms of Indian Students." In Doing the Ethnography of Schooling Educational Anthropology in Action, edited by G.D.
Although examples of similar counseling interventions that address individuals' spiritual needs are still in existence in most traditional indigenous cultures today (Heilbron & Guttman, 2000; Mohatt & Eagle Elk, 2000; Roberts, Harper, Turtle-Eagle Bull, & Heideman-Provost, 1998), Western counseling approaches have moved away from addressing clients' soul wounds.
LaFromboise, Trimble, and Mohatt (1998) stated that counseling training programs "are derived from and serve to affirm the values of American culture.
Mohatt et al., "Unheard Alaska: Culturally Anchored Participatory Action Research on Sobriety with Alaska Natives," American Journal of Community Psychology 33, nos.
Socioculturally relevant curriculum has been called "culturally appropriate" (Au, 1981), "culturally congruent" (Mohatt & Erickson, 1981), "culturally responsive" (Cazden & Legett, 1981), and "culturally compatible" (Vogt, Jordan, & Tharp, 1987) (cited in Ladson-Billings, 1995).