Two Psychology Students Win International Research Award from APA Division 52

Two Psychology Students Win International Research Award from APA Division 52

Congratulations to clinical psychology PhD students Erica Fung and Juliana Yam, who are two of five winners of the 2013 Student International Research Award from the American Psychological Association’s Division 52: International Psychology!

Erica Fung, Alliant clinical psychology student and winner of a student international research award from APA Division 52.Erica Fung, MA

Dissertation Title: Men’s perceptions of, and preferences for, women’s body size: An international comparison of Chinese men in the U.S. and Hong Kong
School: California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP)
Campus: Los Angeles
Faculty Advisor: Terece S. Bell, PhD, core faculty

 

Juliana V. Yam, Alliant clinical psychology student and winner of a student international research award from APA Division 52.

Juliana V. Yam, MA

Dissertation Title: Evaluation of attachment patterns among Chinese, Cambodian and European-Americans using the ECR-R scale
School: California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP)
Campus: San Francisco
Faculty Advisor: Sheila J. Henderson, MBA, PhD, visiting professor & interim associate provost, I-MERIT