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Corrigendum In Jones, Lee, Matlack, & Zigarelli, the Author would like to draw reader's attention to the following error and correction:The first two sentences of the second paragraph on page 32 were interpreted incorrectly. The incorrect text is: “Private Regard was another dimension that changed over time for the girls in the intervention. The degree of positive perception of other African Americans increased for the girls in the Sisters of Nia group.”The correct interpretation should read as follows:“Private regard was another dimension where significant differences were apparent between the intervention and control group. The girls in the intervention group endorsed a greater positive perception of other African Americans six weeks after the intervention was withdrawn.”REFERENCEJones, J. M., Lee, L. H., Matlack A., & Zigarelli J. (2018). Using sisterhood networks to cultivate ethnicidentity and enhance school engagement. Psychol Schs, 55, 20–35. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Psychology in the Schools Wiley

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In Jones, Lee, Matlack, & Zigarelli, the Author would like to draw reader's attention to the following error and correction:The first two sentences of the second paragraph on page 32 were interpreted incorrectly. The incorrect text is: “Private Regard was another dimension that changed over time for the girls in the intervention. The degree of positive perception of other African Americans increased for the girls in the Sisters of Nia group.”The correct interpretation should read as follows:“Private regard was another dimension where significant differences were apparent between the intervention and control group. The girls in the intervention group endorsed a greater positive perception of other African Americans six weeks after the intervention was withdrawn.”REFERENCEJones, J. M., Lee, L. H., Matlack A., & Zigarelli J. (2018). Using sisterhood networks to cultivate ethnicidentity and enhance school engagement. Psychol Schs, 55, 20–35.

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Psychology in the SchoolsWiley

Published: Jan 1, 2018

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