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Supervisee Multicultural Case Conceptualization Ability and Self-Reported Multicultural Competence as Functions of Supervisee Racial Identity and Supervisor Focus
Tests the hypothesis that supervisees' (N=116) multicultural case conceptualization ability and self-reported multicultural competence are functions of their racial identity and their supervisors' instruction to focus on multicultural issues. Results indicate that supervisees' racial identity was significantly related to self-reported multicultural competence. (RJM)
Author/Creator: Ladany, Nicholas, Inman, Arpana G., Constantine, Madonna G., Hofheinz, Elizabeth W.
Date Published: Jul
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Counseling Psychology
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