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ERIC Number: ED051341
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 129
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Black Americans: A Psychological Analysis.
Baughman, E. Earl
Contents of this book include: (1) The Concept of Race-Black, Negro, Afro-American, Colored?; Social versus Biological Definitions of Race; and Confounding Race and Social Class; (2) Intelligence-Black-White Differences in IQ: age and sex differences, the genetic explanation, the environmental explanation, family correlates of IQ, and a personal view; stability of the IQ: measurement errors, change in IQ among young black children under natural conditions, attempts to produce IQ gains, and correlates of IQ change; and, Primary Mental Abilities; (3) Scholastic Performance-race, sex, and age differences; scholastic performance and IQ level; family correlates of scholastic performance; the effects of school desegregation; teachers' expectations; and, teachers' views of their children; (4) Self-Esteem-The Traditional View; A Reconsideration of the Traditional View; and, Three Empirical Studies; (5) Rage and Aggression-Channeling Black Aggression (Hortense Powdermaker); Is the Black More Aggressive than the White; and, Two Empirical Studies; (6) Psychopathology-The incidence of Behavioral Disturbances among Blacks; The Significance of the White Man's Perspective; and, Treatment; (7) Socialization and the Family-Origins of Black Families: A Post-Slavery Phenomenon; Family Structure; and, Socialization Techniques; and, (8) Leadership and Education. (JM)
Academic Press, Inc., 111 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. ($2.95)
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