Minority Students and Undergraduate Psychology: Mapping a Common Framework for the Minority Student Experience

Reed, C., Hodges, I., Joban, S., Pearson, C. and Smith, S. 2011. Minority Students and Undergraduate Psychology: Mapping a Common Framework for the Minority Student Experience. XII European Congress of Psychology (ECP 2011): Understanding and Embracing Diversity. Istanbul, Turkey 06 Jul 2011

TitleMinority Students and Undergraduate Psychology: Mapping a Common Framework for the Minority Student Experience
AuthorsReed, C., Hodges, I., Joban, S., Pearson, C. and Smith, S.
TypeConference paper
Keywordsdiversity, minority students, psychology
Year2011
ConferenceXII European Congress of Psychology (ECP 2011): Understanding and Embracing Diversity

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