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The Incremental Effects of Ethnically Matching Animated Agents in Restructuring the Irrational Career Beliefs of Chinese American Young Women
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, Arizona State University, United States

Arizona State University . Awarded

Abstract

Believe It! is an animated interactive computer program that delivers cognitive restructuring to adolescent females' irrational career beliefs. It challenges the irrational belief and offers more reasonable alternatives. The current study investigated the potentially differential effects of Asian versus Caucasian animated agents in delivering the treatment to young Chinese American women. The results suggested that the Asian animated agent was not significantly superior to the Caucasian animated agent. Nor was there a significant interaction between level of acculturation and the effects of the animated agents. Ways to modify the Believe It! program for Chinese American users were recommended.

Citation

Zhang, X. The Incremental Effects of Ethnically Matching Animated Agents in Restructuring the Irrational Career Beliefs of Chinese American Young Women. Master's thesis, Arizona State University. Retrieved July 23, 2021 from .

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