Impostor Feelings as a Moderator and Mediator of the Relationship Between Perceived Discrimination and Mental Health Among Racial/Ethnic Minority College Students

@article{Cokley2017ImpostorFA,
  title={Impostor Feelings as a Moderator and Mediator of the Relationship Between Perceived Discrimination and Mental Health Among Racial/Ethnic Minority College Students},
  author={Kevin O. Cokley and Leann V Smith and Donte L. Bernard and Ashley Hurst and Stacey Marie Antoinette Jackson and Steven Stone and Olufunke Rachael Awosogba and Chastity Saucer and Marlon M. Bailey and Davia Roberts},
  journal={Journal of Counseling Psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={64},
  pages={141–154}
}
This study investigated whether impostor feelings would both moderate and mediate the relationship between perceived discrimination and mental health in a sample of diverse ethnic minority college students (106 African Americans, 102 Asian Americans, 108 Latino/a Americans) at an urban public university. African American students reported higher perceived discrimination than Asian American and Latino/a American students, while no racial/ethnic group differences were reported for impostor… Expand
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