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The Schedule of Racist Events: A Measure of Racial Discrimination and a Study of Its Negative Physical and Mental Health Consequences
In this article, the authors develop a brief questionnaire that assesses racist discrimination in the lives ofAfricanAmericans, and conduct preliminary studies with it. The Schedule of Racist EventsExpand
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The Schedule Of Sexist Events: A Measure of Lifetime and Recent Sexist Discrimination in Women's Lives
This paper describes the development, reliability, and validity of the Schedule of Sexist Events (SSE), a measure of lifetime and recent (past year) sexist discrimination in women's lives. AExpand
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Conceptualizing and Measuring Ethnic Discrimination in Health Research
This paper presents the General Ethnic Discrimination Scale, an 18-item measure of perceived ethnic discrimination that can be used in health research with any ethnic group. The 1569 participantsExpand
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The African American Acculturation Scale: Development, Reliability, and Validity
This article describes the development, reliability, and validity of the African American Acculturation Scale. This 74-item scale has good construct and concurrent validity. The eight subscales,Expand
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African American Acculturation: Deconstructing Race and Reviving Culture
Deconstructing Race and Reviving Culture A New Approach to 'Blacks' Toward a Theory of African American Acculturation Development and Cross-Validation of the African American Acculturation ScaleExpand
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Is Skin Color a Marker for Racial Discrimination? Explaining the Skin Color–Hypertension Relationship
It is widely assumed that dark-skinned Blacks have higher rates of hypertension than their lighter-skinned cohorts because the former experience greater racial discrimination. However, there is noExpand
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Cross-Validation of the Schedule of Racist Events
This article presents a cross-validation study of the Schedule of Racist Events (SRE), a brief inventory that assesses the frequency of various types of racist dis-crimination in Blacks’lives. A new,Expand
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The African American Acculturation Scale II: Cross-Validation and Short Form
A cross-validation study of the 74-item, African American Acculturation Scale (AAAS) was conducted with a new, independent sample of 1 75 African American adults, who differed significantly from theExpand
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Revising and Improving the African American Acculturation Scale
The African American Acculturation Scale (AAAS) was revised and improved with a sample of 520 African American adults. Items that some participants in prior studies found objectionable were dropped,Expand
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Clinical implications of cultural differences: The referential versus the indexical self
Abstract Literature from cross-cultural psychology and anthropology on cultural differences in the concept of the self or person is reviewed. The radically different “indexical” understanding of theExpand
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