Subject: attributions to discrimination | self-esteem | appraisals of discrimination; attributions to discrimination; self-esteem; | appraisals of discrimination
This study tested the hypothesis that appraisals of discrimination (i.e. its perceived severity, global aspects, stability, and uncontrollability) mediate the relationship between attributions to discrimination and personal self-esteem. It ... View more
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