Predictors of racial prejudice in white American counseling students
This study extends the research on racial prejudice by combining previously identified predictors into 1 study to determine their relative importance in contributing to racial prejudice. Results revealed that White racial identity significantly predicted racial prejudice when demographic variables were controlled. Implications of reducing racial prejudice of White American counseling students are discussed.
Castillo, L., Conoley, C., King, J., Rollins, D., Rivera, S., & Veve, M. (2006). Predictors of racial prejudice in white American counseling students. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/psychology-facpubs/92