Psychology profession fails to meet needs of blacks say black psychologists

May 1998
Jet;05/25/98, Vol. 93 Issue 26, p22
Comments on the views of a group of black psychologists, that the psychology practice in the United States (U.S.) does not address the needs of Afro-Americans. Statements from Ronald Barrett, a psychologist at Marymount University; Findings at the Black Psychology Conference; What is suggested by federal statistics.


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