by Kip Fulbeck, Maya Soetoro-Ng and Cher
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December 20, 2010 A new study shows that most people who are biracial self-identify as "biracial." But in many instances, multi-ethnic Americans change the way they self-identify depending on who they're talking with. The study was published in December in Social Psychology Quarterly..
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