Black Women’s Childhood Symptoms of Disordered Eating Predict Symptoms in Adulthood
New research finds that childhood symptoms of disordered eating are predictive of symptoms in adulthood regardless of race, debunking the myth that eating disorders don’t affect Black women.
Distinctions in White Audience Associations of ‘Black’ and ‘African American’ Labels
White Americans associate the label “Blacks” with being a target of racial bias more than the label “African Americans.”
New Research Highlights Distinctions in White Audience Associations of ‘Black’ and ‘African American’ Label
A new series of studies to be published by Psychological Science show that White Americans associate the label “Blacks” with being targets of racial bias more than the label “African Americans.”
Does a Pie Chart Change Who You Are?
23andMe’s senior director of research, Joanna Mountain, says she’s long wondered how recreational DNA testing affects our thinking about genetic differences. This is more than a mere academic concern. More than than 30 million people
It’s in the Genes
When it comes to helping students understand basic psychological concepts, Nickles Chittester is keeping the curriculum all in the family.
Recruiters Change Interview Questions Based on Applicant’s Ethnicity, Researchers Find
Professional recruiters drew up more questions about culture and group compatibility when they prepared to interview applicants with Arabic-sounding names