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Impostor Feelings as a Moderator and Mediator of the Relationship Between Perceived Discrimination and Mental Health Among Racial/Ethnic Minority College Students
Investigation of the relationship between perceived discrimination and mental health in a sample of diverse ethnic minority college students at an urban public university revealed that among African American students, high levels of impostor feelings moderated the perceived Discrimination and depression relationship and mediated the perceiveddiscrimination and anxiety relationship. Expand
Bridge over troubled waters
Meeting the mental health needs of black children will take more than just increasing access to mental health services and early identification. It also will require a critical evaluation of theExpand
The Roles of Gender Stigma Consciousness, Impostor Phenomenon and Academic Self-Concept in the Academic Outcomes of Women and Men
The question of gender differences in academic outcomes has been widely reported and debated. Recent data suggest more similarities than differences in achievement, yet also show males being moreExpand
The Relationships Among Perceived Discrimination, Marianismo Gender Role Attitudes, Racial-Ethnic Socialization, Coping Styles, and Mental Health Outcomes in Latina College Students
The current study examined the links between perceived discrimination, marianismo gender role beliefs, racial-ethnic socialization (preparation for bias), coping strategies (engagement vs.Expand
Is the WISC-V a Fair Test for Black Children: Factor Structure in an Urban Public School Sample
The purpose of this paper is to explore the factor structure of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fifth edition (WISC-V). As such, this is the first study that will examine the factorExpand
Parental ethnic-racial socialization practices and children of color's psychosocial and behavioral adjustment: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Overall ethnic-racial socialization was positively, albeit modestly, associated with self-perceptions, interpersonal relationship quality, and internalizing behavior, and cultural socialization's connection to psychosocial outcomes varied by the subtype that parents used, the developmental stage and race/ethnicity of the target child, and the reporter of ethnic- racial socialization. Expand
Promoting diversity through program websites: A multicultural content analysis of school psychology program websites.
Results indicated that school psychology programs had less diversity-related content on their program's website relative to clinical and counseling psychology programs. Expand
Parental Ethnic-Racial Socialization and Children of Color's Academic Success: A Meta-Analytic Review.
Overall the relation between ethnic-racial socialization and academic outcomes was positive, though the strength varied by the specific academic outcome under consideration, dimension of ethnic- racial socialization utilized, developmental age of the child receiving the socialization, and racial/ethnic group implementing the socializations. Expand
Stereotype Threat Vulnerability
The authors investigated the psychometric properties of the Social Identities and Attitudes Scale developed by Picho and Brown, which captures an individual’s vulnerability to Stereotype ThreatExpand
Testing for Construct Bias in the Differential Ability Scales, Second Edition: A Comparison Among African American, Asian, Hispanic, and Caucasian Children
Individually administered intelligence measures are commonly used in diagnostic work, but there is a continuing need for research investigating possible test bias among these measures. One currentExpand