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case of traditional mate preferences Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 12 230 244 . L. Minturn

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–Századvég, Budapest, 408–422. Jamal, A. (1998): Food consumption among ethnic minorities: the case of British-Pakistanis in Bradford, UK. British Food Journal , 100: 221–227. Kundera, M. (1996): Lassúság. Európa

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and minorities . Psychological Review , 88 , 438 – 453 . 17. Leary , M. R. , Tangney , J. P. (eds.) ( 2003 ): Handbook of Self and Identity . New York , London: Guilford

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G LENN , D. (2008) What Universities Can Do to Graduate More Minority Ph.D.’s. Daily Report from the Chronicle of Higher Education ‏. 12/5/2008 (daily-html@chronicle.com) G OLDMAN , I. (1937) The zuni indians of

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Asch, S. (1956) ‘Studies of Independence and Conformity: A Minority of One against a Unanimous Majority’, Psychological Monographs 70, (Whole no. ). Asch S. Studies of

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the prevailing White-dominant medical framework, calling for greater indigenous, female, and ethnic minority inclusion in the field as a whole. The scientific progress and the clinical promise of psychedelic medicine owes much of its success to the

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: African-Amercian children and educational reform . In Rossi , R. (ed.) The School achievement of minority children 57 – 92 Lawrence Erlbaum , Hillsdale Demetriou

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Zsófia Török, Márton Rakovics, Melinda Pénzes, András Terebessy, Vince Pongor, and Péter Csépe

rural sexual and gender minorities . LGBT Health , 2 ( 1 ), 62 – 70 . Benson , P.L. , & Vincent , S. 1980 ). Development and validation of the Sexist Attitudes Toward

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Applying fairness in labeling various types of internet use disorders. •

Commentary on How to overcome taxonomical problems in the study of internet use disorders and what to do with “smartphone addiction”?

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Jon D. Elhai, Haibo Yang, and Jason C. Levine

adversely affects their lives. For this minority of people, the combination of high use frequency and the specific dangerous or maladaptive consequences of their use is a real, observable significant issue. As pointed out by Montag, Wegmann, Sariyska

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minority drug users may contribute to broader concerns about drug use among African Americans. Furthermore, lack of representation in psychedelic using subcultures may limit the extent to which African American users share in harm-reducing sanctions and

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