Internalization of the model minority myth, school racial composition, and psychological distress among Asian American adolescents.

Published on Jan 4, 2018in Asian American Journal of Psychology1
· DOI :10.1037/aap0000096
Annabelle L. Atkin3
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(ASU: Arizona State University),
Hyung Chol Yoo13
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+ 1 AuthorsChristine J. Yeh30
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(USF: University of San Francisco)
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