Psychological Theory and Implications for Asian Americans

Sue, Stanley
March 1977
Personnel & Guidance Journal;Mar77, Vol. 55 Issue 7, p381
Academic Journal
Applies a psychological theory to the experiences of Asian Americans. Results of experimental studies of the learned helplessness theory; Applicability to social groups; Conditions that foster learned helplessness in Asian Americans; Implications of the theory in conceptualizing Asian American psychological well-being.


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