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This study examined a specific type of racial microaggression known as an exceptionalizing stereotype, in which an action is framed as interpersonally complimentary but perpetuates negative stereotypical views of a

This study examined a specific type of racial microaggression known as an exceptionalizing stereotype, in which an action is framed as interpersonally complimentary but perpetuates negative stereotypical views of a racial/ethnic group. Asian American participants (N = 68) were assigned to 1 of 3 brief semistructured interview conditions that highlight an exceptionalizing stereotype of Asian Americans to varying degrees. In the low racially loaded condition, participants were told, “You speak English well” by a White confederate.

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  • 2014-07-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1037/cou0000034
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      0022-0167
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      1939-2168
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    Tran, Alisia G. T. T., & Lee, Richard M. (2014). You Speak English Well! Asian Americans' Reactions to an Exceptionalizing Stereotype. JOURNAL OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY, 61(3), 484-490. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/cou0000034

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