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Norm miscommunication: does it affect the academic success of black college students?
When compared to White students, Black students underperform at every level of academics. Yet, Black students tend to report significantly higher attitudes toward doing well in school than do White students. One explanation ...
How African American, middle class parents learn and enact a racism resistant critical race achievement ideology in their adolescents in gifted and AP classes
The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine African American, middle class parents’ facilitation of an academic achievement ideology that is racism-resistant in their adolescent offspring in AP and Gifted Education ...
Partner concurrency acceptance among African American women
Background: HIV and STIs disproportionately affect African American women despite evidence that disparities are not caused by increased behavioral risk-taking among the population. Rater, recent research implicates ...
Success, transformation, and service
Psychological research has often used a deficit model to understand the mental health of Black Americans. Specifically, in social science research Black men have often been portrayed as unmotivated, underachieving and ...