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Masters ThesisSotomayor, CristyFor decades, studies have shown that people are better able to distinguish ownrace faces compared to other-race faces, a phenomenon known as the Other-Race Effect (ORE). Research suggests that perceptual experience and social context factors may play . . .
Masters ThesisPunishing the Model Minority: An Aversive Racism Explanation for Jury Decision Biases toward Asian American DefendantsPhan, Diana KimAlthough overt racism has diminished considerably over the past few decades, subtler forms of racism continue to perpetuate in contemporary society. The theory of aversive racism is a contemporary form of subtle racism that postulates an individual ma . . .
Masters ThesisAcculturative Stress, Intergenerational Conflict, and Negative Mood Regulation Expectancies of Korean ImmigrantsEum, SharonI examined acculturative stress among Korean immigrants living in the U.S. Acculturative stress is a stress individuals experience as they adjust to a new culture. Acculturative stress damages mental health. I investigated how acculturative stress, co . . .