The Multicultural Distress, Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Levels of Black Undergraduate Students as Compared to Asian, Latinx, and White Undergraduate Students
College students who experienced poor academic performance, depression, and anxiety reported having higher levels of stress than those students who were more successful academically (Andrews & Wilding, 2004; Bennett, 2003). It is also known that marginalized students have a higher tendency to experience stress. This study took a systematic look at levels of Multicultural distress, stress, depression, and anxiety as reported by Asian, Black, Latin, and White students at a major urban university. The findings indicated no significant differences in the general stress, depression, and anxiety levels based on a students’ race. However, Asian, Black, and Latin students had a significantly higher level of Multicultural distress than White Students. In addition, Black students reported experiencing the highest level of Multicultural distress.
Turner, Franklin Dickerson
"The Multicultural Distress, Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Levels of Black Undergraduate Students as Compared to Asian, Latinx, and White Undergraduate Students,"
Journal of Research Initiatives: Vol. 5:
3, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.uncfsu.edu/jri/vol5/iss3/8