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ERIC Number: ED075532
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 584
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Comparative Studies of Blacks and Whites in the United States. Quantitative Studies in Social Relations Series.
Miller, Kent S., Ed.; Dreger, Ralph Mason, Ed.
The contents of this book are organized in seventeen chapters, as follows: (1) "Perspective and Overview," K. S. Miller and R. M. Dreger; (2) "Racial Experimenter Effects," J. M. Sattler; (3) "Behavior-genetic Analysis and its Biosocial Consequences," J. Hirsch; (4) Biological Substrata," R. M. Malina; (5) "Language Abilities of Black Americans," J. C. Baratz; (6) "Intellectual Functioning," R. M. Dreger; (7) "Temperament," R. M. Dreger; (8) "Self-concept and Attitudes," J. J. Christmas; (9) "Effects of early Intervention Programs," N. W. Gottfried; (10) "Extent of and Effects of Desegregation," S. O. Roberts and C. P. Horton; (11) "Educational Achievement," L. L'Abate, Y. Oslin and V. W. Stone; (12) "Occupational Aspirations, Opportunities, and Barriers," J. J. Kirkpatrick; (13)"Social Perceptions and Attitudes," E. E. Johnson; (14) "Family Organization and Ideology." J. J. Jackson; (15) "Mental Health," J. J. See and K. S. Miller; (16) "Black Crime," L. D. Savitz; and, (17) "Race and Political Behavior," J. J. Clarke. (JM)
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