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TC's Robert Carter's research: Perceived Racism May Cause Health Problems for Black Americans

In a paper published online by the American Psychological Association's Journal of Counseling Psychology, perceived racism may cause mental health symptoms similar to trauma in Black Americans, according to new research co-authored by TC's Robert Carter and Alex Pieterse, an TC alumni.
In a paper published online by the American Psychological Association's Journal of Counseling Psychology, perceived racism may cause mental health symptoms similar to trauma in Black Americans, according to new research co-authored by TC's Robert Carter and Alex Pieterse, an TC alumni.

Link: Perceived Racism May Impact Black Americans’ Mental Health

Published Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011

TC's Robert Carter's research: Perceived Racism May Cause Health Problems for Black Americans

In a paper published online by the American Psychological Association's Journal of Counseling Psychology, perceived racism may cause mental health symptoms similar to trauma in Black Americans, according to new research co-authored by TC's Robert Carter and Alex Pieterse, an TC alumni.

Link: Perceived Racism May Impact Black Americans’ Mental Health

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