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Differences between African American and European American College Students in Relative Mathematical Time Orientations: A Preliminary Study. (English)
J. Black Psychol. 25, No. 1, 105-13 (1999).
Tested the hypothesis that African Americans would be more likely to use relative or flexible time than would European Americans. Data from 55 college students responding to relative or mathematical time choices support this hypothesis. Discusses implications of this finding for cross-cultural interactions. (ERIC)
Classification: C35
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