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By School of Behavioral Health - September 8, 2020

Are you a second or 1.5 generation Chinese American, between the ages of 25 and 40, who has lived in Southern California?

If so, we want to interview you! Our research team is exploring how second and 1.5 generation Chinese Americans navigate multiple cultures and form a bicultural identity. Study results will help professionals promote cultural self-awareness and resilience for Chinese American individuals and families.

Participation takes about 90 minutes and involves completing a brief demographic form and a confidential web-based interview about your life experiences. You may also receive a brief and optional follow-up contact to clarify your responses or give input on study findings.

If you're interested, please fill out this form, and we will be in touch. We also request referrals to others who may be eligible and interested.

  • Natalie Hsieh, MA, MS, PhD Candidate - Student Investigator
  • Jackie Williams-Reade, PhD - Principal Investigator

Approved by LLUH IRB: 5200109 - 8/26/2020 at 10:46 AM

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