On the importance of White preference and the comparative difference of Blacks and others: Reply to Williams and Morland

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Abstract

Replies to J. E. Williams and J. K. Morland's (see record 1979-30799-001) criticisms of the 1st author's (see record 1977-21037-001) study showing that there is no “White preference in Blacks.” The present paper argues that even within those examples set forth of the significant demonstration of White preference in Blacks, insufficient evidence is presented to reject the null hypothesis of nonpreference. Whether empirical evidence supports the validity of such a phenomenon as a measure of self-concept of social behavior preferences is considered. (19 ref) (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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