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    Title: Advisory Working Alliance, Perceived English Proficiency, and Acculturative Stress
    Authors: Wei, Meifen;Tsai, Pei-Chun;Chao, Ruth Chu-Lien;Du, Yi;Lin, Shu-Ping
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育心理與諮商研究所
    Date: 2012-06
    Issue Date: 2013-04-11
    Publisher: Washington, DC: American Psychological Association
    Abstract: The aim of this study was to examine the moderators of (a) general or cross-cultural advisory working alliances and (b) perceived English proficiency on the association between acculturative stress and psychological distress. A total of 143 East Asian international students completed an online survey. Results from a hierarchical regression indicated significant three-way interactions of (a) General Advisory Working Alliances × Perceived English Proficiency × Acculturative Stress on Psychological Distress and (b) Cross-Cultural Advisory Working Alliances × Perceived English Proficiency × Acculturative Stress on Psychological Distress. Specifically, the present results indicated that acculturative stress was significantly associated with psychological distress only when students perceived lower English proficiency and had a stronger general or cross-cultural advisory working alliance. However, acculturative stress was not significantly related to psychological distress when these students perceived lower English proficiency and had a weaker advisory working alliance (i.e., general or cross-cultural). In addition, acculturative stress was also not significantly related to psychological distress when these students perceived higher English proficiency and had a stronger or weaker advisory working alliance (i.e., general or cross-cultural).
    Relation: Journal of Counseling Psychology 59(3), pp.437-448
    DOI: 10.1037/a0028617
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