Date of Award
Master of Science in Psychology
This study, conceptually replicating the study by Funder and Harris (1986), examined the difference between African Americans and white Americans on measures of social acuity. Social acuity, as defined in this context, is the ability and inclination to perceive the psychological state of others and guide one's behavior in accordance with that perception.
Jaramillo, Richard Raymond, "Differences between African Americans and white Americans on social acuity" (2004). Theses Digitization Project. 2945.