Attitudes of Chinese-American students toward mental illness: an exploratory study. Linda Louise Hee, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.
Chinese workers and the first transcontinental railroad of the United States of America. Tzu?Kuei Yen, Ph.D., St. John's University.
Patterns of mental ability in Chinese children reared in the United States and in the Republic of China. Joan Lee, Ph.D., Columbia University.
A descriptive study of Chinese American psychotherapists and their attitudes toward psychotherapy. Benjamin Pui?Eng Ng, Ph.D., United States International University.
Degree of assimilation and its effect on the preference of counseling style and on self?disclosure among Chinese-Americans in Hawaii. Li-Chia R. Yiu, Ph. D., Indiana University.
Characteristics of Asian American student/clients. Belser Louie, Ph.D., Wright Institute.
Chinese American conceptualization of physical and mental well-being. Tina Ngee Jun Tong Yee, Ph.D., Wright Institute.
The tarnished frontier: prostitution in the trans-Mississippi West. Anne Katherine M. Butler, Ph.D., University of Maryland.
The yellow peril: Chinese Americans in American fiction, 1850-1940. William Franking Wu, Ph.D., University of Michigan.
The relationship of language orientation and racial/ethnic attitude among Chinese-American primary-grade children. Irene Sui-Ling Kwok, Ed.D., University of the Pacific.
The acquisition of the oral interrogative by Japanese and Chinese speaking adults studying English as a second language. Jessie M. Reppy, Ph.D., New York University.
Acculturation and emotional adjustment of Chinese women immigrants. Lydia Liang-Hwa Chang, D.S.W., Columbia University.
Chinese immigration into the United States: an analysis of changes in immigration policies. Helen Chen, Ph.D., Brandeis University.
Cultural adaptive styles and mental health attitudes of Chinese-American Christians. Ruth Cang, Psy.D., Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University.
The development of a science handbook for teachers of educable mentally handicapped children. Robert George Walrich, Ed.D., Columbia University.
The education of a senator: Hiram L. Fong from 1906 to 1954. Michael Yn Pi-Hsia Chou, Ph. D., University of Hawaii.
The gospel mission movement within the Southern Baptist Convention. Adrian Lamkin, Jr., Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Mathematical cognitive structure: an exploratory study of Hong Kong Chinese, Chinese American, and Euro-American junior high school students. Katie May-Chi Ng, Ph.D., Stanford University.
A ministry to new Asian immigrants in Monticello, New York. Francis Swee-Huat Goh, D. Min., Drew University.
Roots and buds: the literature of Chinese Americans. Hsiao-Min Han, Ph.D., Brigham Young University.
A study of classroom behaviors of Chinese American children and immigrant Chinese children in contrast to those of Black American children and White American children in an urban head start program. Marie Mei-Rei Lee, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.
A study of suicide among United States racial minorities based on official statistics: the influence of age, sex, and other variables. Johnny Lewis Mcintosh, University of Notre Dame. Labor utilization and the assimilation of Asian Americans. Angelina Hoo-Yee Li, Ph.D., University of Chicago.
Teachers' perceptions of comparisons between the spoken communication competencies of Asian American and Caucasian students. Hideko Bannai, Ph.D., University of Southern California.
Vocational development of Asian-American youth. Junkyu Christopher Kwak, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison.