Racial Discrimination and Skin Color in the CARDIA Study: Implications for Public Health Research
American Journal of Public Health 1998 September; 88(9): 1308- 1313
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Krieger, Nancy; Sidney, Stephen; Coakley, Eugenie (1998-09)OBJECTIVES: This study assessed whether skin color and ways of handling anger can serve as markers for experiences of racial discrimination and responses to unfair treatment in public health research. METHODS: Survey data ...
Prevalence and Health Implications of Anti-Gay Discrimination: A Study of Black and White Women and Men in the Cardia Cohort Krieger, Nancy; Sidney, Stephen (1997)
Self-Reported Experiences of Racial Discrimination and Black- White Differences in Preterm and Low-Birthweight Deliveries: The CARDIA Study Mustillo, Sarah; Krieger, Nancy; Gunderson, Erica P.; Sidney, Stephen; McCreath, Heather; Kiefe, Catarina I. (2004-12)