Acceptability of School-Based Interventions: A Replication with a Black Sample
Presents a study that supports the findings of previous research (Kazdin, French, & Sherick, 1981; Von Brock & Elliott, 1987) of no differences between blacks' and whites' ratings of intervention acceptability. Statement that the study lends further confidence to these findings due to the use of a large sample and the use of two separate samples in different settings across two independent studies; Limitations; Results.
Journal of Psychology
Tingstrom, D. H.,
Silver, N. C.
(1990). Acceptability of School-Based Interventions: A Replication with a Black Sample. Journal of Psychology, 124(5), 587-589.
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