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Academic Achievement and Self-Esteem Among Black and White College Students
Journal of Social Psychology
Most studies on self-esteem among black and white Americans include samples of elementary school and high school students. In the present study, data on 298 black and white college students and an examination of the relationship between student's grade point average and self-esteem were presented. Several findings corroborate earlier research on school-age children. Self-esteem scores of blacks and whites were not significantly different, despite blacks having significantly lower grade pointdoi:10.1080/00224545.1987.9713714 fatcat:kbqtnmeu65fondj7b2e4replba