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Advisory working alliance, perceived English proficiency, and acculturative stress
Journal of Counseling Psychology
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 ϫ Perceived English Proficiency ϫ Acculturative Stress ondoi:10.1037/a0028617 pmid:22774867 fatcat:gojlwjg5tbe2jexb4tm6i4hajm