Perceived Racism and Negative Affect: Analyses of Trait and State Measures of Affect in a Community Sample.

@article{Brondolo2008PerceivedRA,
  title={Perceived Racism and Negative Affect: Analyses of Trait and State Measures of Affect in a Community Sample.},
  author={Elizabeth N Brondolo and Nisha Brady and Shola Thompson and Jonathan N. Tobin and Andrea Cassells and Monica Sweeney and Delano McFarlane and Richard J. Contrada},
  journal={Journal of social and clinical psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={150-173}
}
Racism is a significant psychosocial stressor that is hypothesized to have negative psychological and physical health consequences. The Reserve Capacity Model (Gallo & Matthews, 2003) suggests that low socioeconomic status may influence health through its effects on negative affect. We extend this model to study the effects of racism, examining the association of lifetime perceived racism to trait and daily negative affect. A multiethnic sample of 362 American-born Black and Latino adults… CONTINUE READING
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