• Psychology, Medicine
  • Published in Adolescence 2004

Coping attitudes, sources, and practices among Black and Latino college students.

@article{Chiang2004CopingAS,
  title={Coping attitudes, sources, and practices among Black and Latino college students.},
  author={Lillian Chiang and Carla D Hunter and Christine J. Yeh},
  journal={Adolescence},
  year={2004},
  volume={39 156},
  pages={
          793-815
        }
}
We investigated 130 Black and Latino college students regarding their concerns, attitudes toward professional counseling, sources of support, and coping activities. We found that the Black and Latino cultural emphasis on interdependence influenced attitudes toward using professional resources such as a counselor. We also found a significant two-way interaction between gender and race for attitudes toward professional counseling: Black males had less favorable attitudes in comparison to Black… CONTINUE READING

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