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Although in the U.S. the quality of children's mental health often lags behind their physical health, public policy and attitudes remain unresponsive to the pressing need for mental health education and treatment. Further, mental health concerns remain a disproportionate challenge for some groups of children, particularly for children of color, urban residents, and girls. Researchers must therefore look carefully at the role of culture in prevention. This article considers the generalizabilitydoi:10.1037//1522-3718.104.22.168c fatcat:qz33ulalcnbaleil5sljjjrj2u