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ERIC Number: EJ605975
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2000-May
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ISSN: ISSN-0095-7984
Benefits of Allocentrism for the Subjective Well-Being of African Americans.
Kernahan, Cyndi; Bettencourt, B. Ann; Dorr, Nancy
Journal of Black Psychology, v26 n2 p181-93 May 2000
Examined the relationship between allocentrism and subjective well-being among African- and European-American college students, testing the relationship between idiocentrism and subjective well-being. Student surveys indicated that the relationship between allocentrism and subjective well-being was of greater magnitude for African Americans. There was a tendency for idiocentrism to be more highly negatively related to subjective well-being for European Americans. (SM)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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