Into the Fold, Episode 10: The Threat of Stereotypes

January 08, 2016 00:26:01
Into the Fold, Episode 10: The Threat of Stereotypes
Into the Fold: Issues in Mental Health
Into the Fold, Episode 10: The Threat of Stereotypes

Jan 08 2016 | 00:26:01

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Show Notes

What are the psychological effects of belonging to a stigmatized group? What challenges do these effects pose for both educators and students? In this episode of Into the Fold, Dr. Kevin Cokley, a member of the Hogg Foundation National Advisory Council, and Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology and African and African Diaspora Studies at The University of Texas at Austin, discusses the phenomenon of stereotype threat, its implications for African American self-esteem and educational achievement, and related issues.

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