The Chinese aged in America: housing conditions and their effect on health and psychosomatic symptoms. Davis Ying Ja, Ph.D., University of Washington.
The Chinese in the San Francisco public school system: an historical study of one minority group's response to educational discrimination, 1859-1959. Victor Low, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.
Chinese-American and European-American: a cross-cultural study of infant and mother. Joan Ruth Freedman Kuchner, Ph.D., University of Chicago.
Cross-cultural patterns of response to the WISC/WISC-R and Bender Gestalt test by Chinese-American, Hispanic-American, and Occidental-American educationally handicapped boys. Charlene Mencoff Maltzman, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.
A descriptive cross-cultural study on factors associated with self-perceptions of aging among Anglo-Americans, Chinese-Americans, and Chinese in Taiwan. Juliet Jean-Yuh Lee Tien. D.N.S., University of California, San Francisco.
Ethnic identity complexities of adaptation and adjustment among selected groups of Chinese-Americans. Wee Ken Joe, Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley.
Filial piety, generational conflict, acculturation and stress among Chinese Americans. Lucy Cha Yu, Ph.D., University of Michigan.
The force of words: rhetoric and social change in a Chinese Christian community. Lawrence Albert Palinkas, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego.
A history of railroad workers in the Pacific Northwest, 1883-1934. William Thomas White, Ph.D., University of Washington.
Mandarins in America: the early Chinese ministers to the United States, 1878-1907. Kim Man Chan, Ph.D., University of Hawaii.
Needs and service utilization patterns of older Chinese Americans residing in New York City's Chinatown. David Yeesui Chen, Ed.D., Columbia University.
Participative management and the Chinese American: desires and preferences as a function of acculturation, personality, and work orientation. Mary Natalie Lam Lun, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
Premarital counseling in the Chinese American community. Cromwell C. Chen, S.T.D., San Francisco Theological Seminary.
A study of patterns of mental ability and language development of Chinese-American children in a two-language environment. Sylven Seid Beck, Ed.D., George Washington University.
The Chinese American community of Los Angeles, 1870-1900: a case of resistance, organization, and participation. Raymond Lou, Ph.D. University of California, Irvine.
The Chinese in Pittsburgh, a changing minority community in the United States. Chien-Shiung Wu, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh.
Chinese-Americans view the quality of their lives: an exploratory study in San Francisco. Yu-Wen Ying, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
Chinese outmarriage in Los Angeles County. Wai-Tsang Yeung, D.S.W., University of California, Los Angeles.
Chinese students and scholars at American colleges, universities, and research institutes in September 1981: an inquiry into the relationship between advanced orientation in China and subsequent interaction with U.S. culture. Mary Kay Hobbs, Ph.D. Michigan State University.
Claiming the Americas: contemporary third world literature. Jose David Saldivar, Ph.D., Stanford University.
The criminalization of prostitution in the United Sates: the case of San Francisco, 1854-1919. Brenda Elaine Pillors, D. Crim., University of California, Berkeley.
Ethnic and economic correlates of marital satisfaction and attitude towards divorce of Chinese American women. Carol Rita Iu, D.S.W., University of California, Los Angeles.
The impact of acculturation on the child-rearing attitudes and practices of Chinese-American families: consequences for the attachment process. Diana C. Li?Repac, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
Relationship of two field-dependent -independent measures to reading and math achievement of Anglo-American, first-generation Chinese- and Mexican-American elementary school children. Pierina Cheng-Noi Wong, Ed.D., University of the Pacific.
Reading and mathematics achievement of eighth-grade Chinese-American students enrolled in bilingual or monolingual programs. Patricia Lee Gee, Ed.D., University of San Francisco.
The roles of attitude and motivation in second language acquisition among adolescent native Chinese speakers in the United States. Mary Jung Wong, Ed.D., University of San Francisco. A study of students and scholars from the People's Republic of China attending colleges and universities in the Philadelphia area --1979-1981. Ruth Gillman, Ed.D., Temple University.
Toward a general paradigm of majority-minority relationships: an exploratory analysis of the relationship of locus of control and individual-system blame attribution to personality characteristics, Chinese American ethnic identity, and psychological symptomatology. Moon Eng., Ph.D., Wright Institute.
An assessment of Chinese-American's attitudes toward mental illness and their perceived needs for mental health services. Siu-Kwong Chan, Ph.D., United States International University.
Causal attributions to emotional disturbance and/or supernatural phenomena as seen in the Chinese-American subculture. Eunic Boykin, Psy.D., Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University.
Chinese American women: a phenomenological study of self-concept. Kay Sun Wong, Ph.D., Wright Institute.
Effects of goal setting by Chinese-American children and their parents. Po-Huen Lee Pao, Ed.D., Boston University.
The effects of sex, socioeconomic status, and generation on the acculturation of Chinese-American students. Asaye Tsegga, Ed.D., University of Southern California
Gambling and the law: a study of the utility of gambling and its prohibition in an American Chinatown. Lily Siu Kagawa, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Campaign.
Glen Allan, Mississippi: change and continuity in a delta community, 1900 to 1950. Virginia Estes Causey, Ph.D., Emory University.
Healers and health care decision makers in New York's Chinatown. Margaret Louise Duval, Ph.D., New School for Social Research.
Intraethnic diversity: an exploratory study of ethnic identity of Chinese American adolescents. Phyllis S. Lee, Ph.D., Oregon State University.
Parenting attitudes, acculturation and social competence in the Chinese-American child. Jennie H. Y. Yee, Ph.D., Boston University.
Quality of work life among Chinese American white collar workers in Houston, Texas. Tsung-Kuo Margaret Hsu, Ph.D., Texas A&M University.
Racial classification behavior in young children. Gloria Saito Chao, Ph.D., Boston University.
Social support and the imputation of mental illness: Chinese Americans and European Americans. Deborah Anne Woo, Ph.D., Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.