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Research Directions of Black Psychologists
by Wade Boykin, Anderson Franklin and Frank J. Yates
Russell Sage Foundation, 1979
Cloth: 978-0-87154-254-0 | eISBN: 978-1-61044-077-6
Library of Congress Classification BF76.5.R46
Dewey Decimal Classification 150.72

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Focusing on issues of particular importance to black people, and confronting the rich variety and the complexity of the black experience, the many contributors demonstrate the broad diversity of research interests and strategies among black psychologists, from the traditional to the innovative. Topics covered include studies of motivation, cognitive development, life-span development, and cultural difference versus deficit theories. Many of the studies directly refute previous conceptions of the psychological functioning of blacks and offer alternative models and formulations. This book is the first to present soundly designed and executed research that is emphatically linked to the perspectives and the psychological concerns of black Americans. In designing these studies, the authors aimed to ameliorate the pressing educational and social problems of blacks through a better understanding of their life conditions.

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