A social-cognitive analysis is proposed as a framework for delineating the process by which racial bias operates in the provision of mental health services.
The concept ofaversive racism is used to explain how the behavior and attitudes of white clinicians toward black patients can lead to differences by race in treatment and outcomes, despite lower levels of self-reported prejudice among individuals.
Implications for research, practice, and professional training are discussed.
Mots-clés Pascal : Formation professionnelle, Psychothérapeute, Relation thérapeutique, Milieu culturel, Environnement social, Racisme, Cognition sociale, Stéréotype, Attitude, Ethique, Personnel sanitaire, Santé mentale, Homme
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Occupational training, Psychotherapist, Therapeutic relation, Cultural environment, Social environment, Racism, Social cognition, Stereotype, Attitude, Ethics, Health staff, Mental health, Human
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Cote : 98-0126578
Code Inist : 002B18H04. Création : 22/06/1998.