Negotiating Interracial Interactions Costs , Consequences , and Possibilities

@inproceedings{Richeson2007NegotiatingII,
  title={Negotiating Interracial Interactions Costs , Consequences , and Possibilities},
  author={Jennifer A. Richeson and J. Nicole Shelton},
  year={2007}
}
The United States is becoming increasingly diverse, yet interracial contact continues to be awkward, if not stressful, for many. Indeed, recent research suggests that individuals often exit interracial interactions feeling drained both cognitively and emotionally. This article reviews research examining how interracial encounters give rise to these outcomes, zeroing in on the mediating role of self-regulation and the moderating influence of prejudice concerns. Given that interracial contact may… CONTINUE READING

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