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Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. Summer 2017 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Thesis University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School Degree granting institution Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett, Jr. Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. Summer 2017 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Thesis University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School Degree granting institution Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett, Jr. Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. Summer 2017 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Thesis University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School Degree granting institution Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett, Jr. Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017-08 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School Degree granting institution Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett, Jr. Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School Degree granting institution Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett, Jr. Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text 2017-08 Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School Degree granting institution Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett Jr. Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text 2017-08 Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School Degree granting institution Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett Jr. Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text 2017-08 Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School Degree granting institution Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett Jr. Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text 2017-08 Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text 2017-08 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Degree granting institution Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text 2017-08 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Degree granting institution Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety; Depression; Internalized racism; Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text 2017-08 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Degree granting institution Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate School Degree granting institution Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text 2017-08 Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety, Depression, Internalized racism, Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis Psychology and Neuroscience Enrique Neblett Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text 2017-08 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Degree granting institution Effua Sosoo Creator Department of Psychology and Neuroscience College of Arts and Sciences The Influence of Internalized Racism on the Relationship between Racial Discrimination and Depressive and Anxiety Symptom Distress The current study used three waves of data to longitudinally examine whether internalized racism moderated and/or mediated the association between racial discrimination and depressive and anxiety symptom distress. Participants were 155 Black college students attending a predominantly White institution who completed measures of racial discrimination, internalized racism, and mental health symptom distress. Using hierarchical linear regression and auto-regressive cross-lagged models, results indicated that certain dimensions of internalized racism moderated, but did not mediate, the link between racial discrimination and psychological symptom distress. Specifically, there was a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 3 somatization symptom distress for individuals with low levels of alteration of physical appearance. There was also a positive association between racial discrimination and Wave 2 anxiety for individuals with high levels of internalization of negative stereotypes. Clinical implications for the treatment of Black college students are discussed. 2017 Clinical psychology Developmental psychology Anxiety; Depression; Internalized racism; Racial discrimination eng Master of Arts Masters Thesis Enrique Neblett Thesis advisor Anna Bardone-Cone Thesis advisor Beth Kurtz-Costes Thesis advisor text 2017-08 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Degree granting institution Sosoo_unc_0153M_17184.pdf uuid:63794f29-e7b9-49dd-919e-3806530950b5 2019-08-15T00:00:00 proquest 2017-07-06T23:26:56Z application/pdf 685300 yes