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Coping Strategies as Moderators of the Relation Between Individual Race-Related Stress and Mental Health Symptoms for African American Women



Coping Strategies as Moderators of the Relation Between Individual Race-Related Stress and Mental Health Symptoms for African American Women



Psychology of Women Quarterly 35(2): 215-226




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DOI: 10.1177/0361684311399388


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