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Black Americans' Health May be Affected by Perceived Racism: TC's Carter

According to research co-authored by Professor Robert Carter, black Americans may have adverse mental health effects from perceived racism
According to research co-authored by Professor Robert Carter, black Americans may have adverse mental health effects from perceived racism

Link: Perceived Racism May Impact Black Americans' Mental Health

Download the study: Perceived Racism and Mental Health Among Black American Adults (PDF, 123KB)

Published Monday, Mar. 4, 2013

Black Americans' Health May be Affected by Perceived Racism: TC's Carter

According to research co-authored by Professor Robert Carter, black Americans may have adverse mental health effects from perceived racism

Link: Perceived Racism May Impact Black Americans' Mental Health

Download the study: Perceived Racism and Mental Health Among Black American Adults (PDF, 123KB)
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