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PSY 366- Culture and Mental Health class 1 notes

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PSY 366- Culture and Mental Health class 1 notes Psy 366

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Notes from the first class with TEST QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS INCLUDED
Culture and Mental Health
Dr. Gordon Nagayama Hall
Class Notes
psy, mental health, psy366




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jillian Rogers on Tuesday March 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Psy 366 at University of Oregon taught by Dr. Gordon Nagayama Hall in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Culture and Mental Health in Psychlogy at University of Oregon.


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Date Created: 03/29/16
March 29 th Culture and Mental Health *= Questions that will be on tests. Bolded is the answers Inferences about others: - Personal experience o Is not accurate (stereotypes and are difficult to modify) *According to Chimamanda Adichie, the problem with stereotypes is that they are; incomplete Characteristics of Race Talk: - Rhetorical incoherence: difficult to communicate - Uncomfortable Emotions: defensive, anxiety, etc. - Worldwide Views Changed - Avoidance: diminished topic - Racial Microaggressions: students of color feel attacked - Conspiracy of Silence: Respect and move on in effort to not create “drama” - White Privilege: define racial reality - Storytelling: color blindness, racial progress - Color Blind Racial Ideology o Deny race, racism, institutional racism, white privilege Distancing (From whites) Color Blind Deny Privilege Affirmative Action - Back Talk; counter white privilege Ground Rules: - Politeness Protocol - Academic Protocol - Colorblind Protocol *White people often feel; unjustly accused of being racist by people of color


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