Ch 4: Women & Minorities in Psychology

About This Chapter

Boost your confidence as you prepare for an upcoming assignment, quiz or exam covering women and minorities in psychology by utilizing the study resources in this chapter. Review engaging lessons to strengthen your knowledge, and take short quizzes and a practice exam to assess your understanding.

Women & Minorities in Psychology - Chapter Summary

This chapter offers a comprehensive overview of women and minorities who have made significant contributions to the field of psychology. Lessons closely examine the roles of women and minorities as both researchers and subjects of research. Review these lessons anytime using any computer, smartphone or tablet with an Internet connection. If you develop questions about the lessons your review, feel free to send them to our experts. Assess your comprehension of this chapter's contents by taking mini quizzes and a practice exam. In no time, you will be able to:

  • Survey the history of minorities in psychology
  • Analyze the contributions of early African American psychologists
  • Summarize the role of women in psychology throughout history
  • Evaluate women psychologists with first-wave feminists views
  • Point out the contributions and history of influential female psychologists

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