The China mystique: Mayling Soong Chiang, Pearl S. Buck and Anna May Wong in the American imagination. Karen Janis Leong, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
A comparison of anger expression among Chinese (in Taiwan), Chinese American and Caucasian American women. Jenny Pan, Psy.D., University of Northern Colorado.
Cross-cultural behavioral case formulation with Chinese neurasthenia patients. Douglas Y. Seiden, Ph.D., Hofstra University.
Cultural nationalism and Asian American literary formation. Lawrence Hsiao-Yun Yu, Ph.D., Brown University.
"Double happiness," double jeopardy: exploring ways in which ethnicity, gender, and high school influence the social construction of identity in Chinese American girls. Kimberley Ann Woo, Ed.D., Columbia University Teachers College.
From isolation to participation: "Chung Sai Yat Po" (China West Daily) and San Francisco's Chinatown, 1900-1920. Yumei Sun, Ph.D., University of Maryland.
Images of the unwelcome immigrant: Chinese-Americans in American periodicals, 1900-1924. Shirley Sui Ling Tam, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University.
Imaging Asian-American identities: an anthropological study of race and ethnicity through growing-up, coming of age, dating, and marriage among Chinese- And Korean-Americans. Young-Jay Paik, Ph.D., Yale University.
More than only skin deep: instructional and individual facial discrimination and the health status of Chinese Americans. Gilbert Chee-Leung Gee, Ph.D., John Hopkins University.
The psychological effects and treatment of hate crime victimization on Chinese-Americans and Asian-Americans residing in Castro Valley, California. Brian Henry Owyoung, Psy.D., California School of Professional Psychology - Berkeley/Alameda.
The relationship between educational environments and academic achievement: a study of Chinese-American college students. Zili Cao, Ed.D., University of Massachusetts.
Self-construals, culture change, and the expression of distress in Chinese and Chinese-Americans. Karen Anne Bissiri, Ph.D., Pacific Graduate School of Psychology.
Yin and yang: a hermeneutic exploration of Chinese and United States management styles. Ellen Virginia Sellers Pieterse, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.
Violence, resistance, and myth in the texts of Silko, Kingston, Mukherjee, and Erdrich. Maureen Markel, Ph.D., City University of New York.
Body image, eating attitudes, and eating behaviors among Chinese, Chinese-American and Non-Hispanic White women. Amy Shing Pan,Ph.D., George Mason University.
Chinese American families from Taiwan: A transnational study of filial connection. Ciloue Cheng Stewart, Ph.D., University of Minnesota.
Cross-cultural comparisons of task and ego orientations among Anglo-American, African-American, Chinese-American, and Mexican-American high school athletes. Benedict Lee, Ph.D., The Florida State University.
The effects of emotional expression on adjustment to stressful events. Inna D. Rivkin, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles.
Emergent writing: A study of three-year-old children in Chinese, United States, and international preschools. Nancy Knox Mundorf, Ed.D., The University of Memphis.
Ethnic identity development and the influence of multicultural children's literature. Jennifer Serena Lee, Ph.D., University of California, Davis.
Ethnicity, assimilation, and racial formation in Asian American evangelical churches: A case study of a Chinese American and a Korean American congregation. Antony William Alumkal, Ph.D., Princeton University.
The influences of Chinese and Chinese-American students' cultural worldviews and acculturation levels on preferences toward three psychotherapy approaches. Cheng, Yun-Ju Cheng, Ph.D., New York University.
Memory as travel in composition: Continuity and transformation across generations. Stuart H. D. Ching, Ph.D., The University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
Paper families: Identity, immigration administration and Chinese exclusion. Estelle T. Lau, Ph.D., The University of Chicago.
Parents' critical reflections on the inclusion of Chinese Americans in the social studies curriculum: A participatory study. Hedy Wen Lee, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.
A profile of current Japanese-American, Chinese-American, and Korean-American lower, middle, and upper level managers in corporate America. Kurtis S. Takamine, Ed.D., Pepperdine University.
The reconstruction of the Chinese community in New York in the years of the Depression and World War II. Jingyi Song, Ph.D., City University of New York.
Somatization and Chinese American children: The impact of socio-cultural ontexts. Laureen Sue Kim Wong, Ph.D., The Wright Institute.
Suicide in context: Elderly Chinese female suicide in San Francisco from 1987 through 1996. Steven Lee, Barron, Ph.D., Pacific Graduate School of Psychology.