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Wang, Jiaxin Jessie; Redford, Liz; Ratliff, Kate A. – Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 2021
Asian American students are underrepresented in special education, a state of affairs that threatens their access to academic resources. We propose that student race may influence educators' likelihood of recommending them for special education services. In two studies, participants working in the field of education (total N = 1195) read a…
Descriptors: Referral, Racial Bias, Special Education, Asian American Students
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Assari, Shervin; Boyce, Shanika; Bazargan, Mohsen; Caldwell, Cleopatra H. – Education Sciences, 2020
The Marginalization-related Diminished Returns (MDR) phenomenon refers to the weaker effects of parental educational attainment for marginalized groups, particularly ethnic minorities. This literature, however, is limited to Blacks and Hispanics; thus, it is not clear if the MDR phenomenon also applies to the educational performance of Asian…
Descriptors: Mathematics Achievement, Educational Attainment, Parent Background, Asian Americans
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Kam, Brandt; Mendoza, Hadrian; Masuda, Akihiko – International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 2019
The present study examined the direct and indirect experience of mental health help-seeking, mental health help-seeking attitudes, and psychological health in Latina/o American, Asian American, Black American and White American college students. Participants (mean age = 20.48 years) were 74 Latina/o American (81% women), 307 Black American (91%…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Help Seeking, Student Attitudes, Hispanic American Students
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Stokes, Hannah; Griner, Derek; Smith, Timothy B.; Beecher, Mark E.; Allen, G. E. Kawika; Cox, Jon; Hobbs, Klinton; Kirtley, Natalie – Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 2021
Limited psychological research has disaggregated the experiences of Asian American (AA) from international Asian (IA) college students seeking psychotherapy. When combined, important differences between these groups are overlooked. We examined archival data collected from AA, IA, and European American (EA) students at a large, Western, university…
Descriptors: Psychotherapy, College Students, School Counseling, Asian American Students
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Yoon, Aimee J.; Merry, Joseph J. – Race, Ethnicity and Education, 2018
Asian Americans are the most highly educated racial group in the United States and are commonly heralded as the model minority for their high academic success. Nevertheless, previous research suggests that Asian Americans may face certain disadvantages in school settings. For example, Asian Americans' academic advantage over non-Hispanic white…
Descriptors: School Role, Asian American Students, White Students, Reading Achievement
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Sperling, Rick; Zwahr-Castro, Jennifer; Cruz, Felicia; Montalvo, Jason – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2017
Previous research has shown that people often engage in cultural-deficit thinking when reasoning about racial/ethnic achievement gaps. However, it is unclear whether culture-blaming explanations are best thought of as group-level internal attributions, expressions of prejudice against a lower status group, or self-serving bias. In this study,…
Descriptors: Achievement Gap, White Students, Asian Americans, Racial Differences
Stokes, Hannah La Shell – ProQuest LLC, 2018
To date, there has not been research that disaggregates the experiences of Asian American and international Asian college students seeking psychotherapy in college campus settings. We examined archival data collected over the course of a 17-year period that focused on experiences of Asian American, international Asian, and European American…
Descriptors: School Counseling, Psychotherapy, College Students, Asian American Students
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Cabrera, Nolan L. – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2014
This research is a cross-site analysis of how white, male, college students see their Asian American peers. Semi-structured interviews with 43 white males were conducted at two universities that differed substantially in their representation of Asian American students. The interviews were theoretically framed by Critical Whiteness Studies and Bobo…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, White Students, Males, Student Attitudes
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Chen, Xiaochen; Graham, Sandra – Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 2018
Asian American students often report lower self-esteem than their peers from other racial groups even though they are doing better academically. The current study attempted to explore this paradox from an attributional perspective. Academic achievement, self-esteem and attributions for academic failures (i.e., low ability and low effort) were…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, African American Students, White Students, Hispanic American Students
Souza, Cheri Y. H. – ProQuest LLC, 2015
Within the United States, the model minority myth has contributed to empirically unsubstantiated misconceptions about Asian American college students. Although there is considerable research on college student adjustment and its role in persistence, literature focusing on the Asian American experience is lacking. Furthermore, the experience of…
Descriptors: Institutional Characteristics, Disproportionate Representation, White Students, Asian American Students
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Sullivan, Amanda L.; Kulkarni, Tara; Chhuon, Vichet – Exceptional Children, 2020
Although disproportionality has been a focus of special education research for more than 50 years, relatively few researchers have addressed potential inequitable or inappropriate treatment of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students in the United States, particularly in quantitative research. This multistudy investigation explored…
Descriptors: Disproportionate Representation, Asian American Students, Pacific Americans, Special Education
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Yuan, Shu; Weiser, Dana A.; Fischer, Judith L. – Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 2016
Parent-child relationships play an important role in successful academic outcomes. Previous research suggests that the association between parent-child relationships and offspring's academic achievement may be mediated by offspring's self-efficacy levels, although these relationships are not fully understood. Furthermore, the association between…
Descriptors: College Students, White Students, Asian American Students, Self Efficacy
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Shafer, Devyn; Mahmood, Maggie S.; Stelzer, Tim – Physical Review Physics Education Research, 2021
Although recent research has reported equity gains in the university-level physics classroom, there remains evidence of significant inequities by race. We conducted a series of multiple linear regressions to examine the magnitude of these inequities in introductory mechanics final exam scores. When we followed a common method of grouping students…
Descriptors: College Students, Minority Group Students, Disproportionate Representation, Asian American Students
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Hartlep, Nicholas Daniel; Lowinger, Robert Jay – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2014
This exploratory study examined white undergraduate students' (a) racial attitudes towards Asian Americans, (b) principled policy attitudes toward affirmative action, and (c) self-interest in relation to their support for college-based affirmative action policies for Asian Americans at a Midwestern university. A sample (n = 264, 28% male, 72%…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, Affirmative Action, Asian American Students
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Cooc, North – Journal of Special Education, 2019
School districts in the United States are required to monitor the overrepresentation of students of color in special education, yet recent studies have challenged these trends and suggest students of color may be underrepresented for services guaranteed under federal law. Missing in many of these discussions on disproportionality are the needs of…
Descriptors: Enrollment Trends, Pacific Islanders, Acculturation, Special Education
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