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Yoo, Hyung Chol; Lee, Richard M. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2008
A quasi-experimental vignette study was conducted to test whether ethnic identity moderated the effects of frequent racial discrimination on situational positive and negative affect of Asian American college students. Results showed that imagining multiple incidents of racial discrimination was related to higher negative affect than imagining a…
Descriptors: Ethnicity, Racial Discrimination, Asian Americans, Well Being
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Zhou, Xiang; Lee, Richard M.; Syed, Moin – Developmental Psychology, 2019
The goal of this longitudinal study was to examine the trajectories of ethnic identity exploration and commitment in 538 ethnic-racial minority students during their first 2 years of college. Multilevel modeling analyses demonstrated ethnic identity development continued as students transitioned to college. Specifically, ethnic identity…
Descriptors: Ethnicity, Minority Group Students, Individual Development, Longitudinal Studies
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Miller, Matthew J.; Lee, Richard M. – Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 2009
The factorial invariance of the Asian American Family Conflicts Scale-Likelihood (FCS-L) was examined in a sample of 1,012 participants. Results support the use of the FCS-L in future research with diverse Asian subgroups. Limitations and future directions for research are discussed. (Contains 7 tables and 1 note.)
Descriptors: Factor Structure, Measures (Individuals), Asian Americans, North Americans
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Brittian, Aerika S.; Umana-Taylor, Adriana J.; Lee, Richard M.; Zamboanga, Byron L.; Kim, Su Yeong; Weisskirch, Robert S.; Castillo, Linda G.; Whitbourne, Susan Krauss; Hurley, Eric A.; Huynh, Que-Lam; Brown, Elissa J.; Caraway, S. Jean – Journal of American College Health, 2013
Background: Prior literature has shown that ethnic affirmation, one aspect of ethnic identity, is positively associated with mental health. However, the associations between ethnic affirmation and mental health may vary depending how much importance individuals place on their ethnic group membership (ie, centrality). Methods: Using path analysis,…
Descriptors: Mental Health, College Students, Ethnicity, Hispanic American Students
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Lee, Richard M.; Yoon, Eunju; Liu-Tom, Hsin-Tine Tina – Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 2006
The structure and measurement of acculturation/enculturation was investigated on 2 Asian American samples. Factor analyses revealed similar 2-factor structures for both acculturation and enculturation. The factor-analytic-derived measure yielded scores with adequate reliability and marginal construct validity. Acculturation/enculturation…
Descriptors: Validity, Acculturation, Construct Validity, Asian Americans
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Lee, Richard M.; Su, Jenny; Yoshida, Emiko – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2005
Two coping strategies--problem solving and social support seeking--were hypothesized to differentially moderate the effects of intergenerational family conflict on well-being and adjustment in a college sample of 117 Asian American young adult children. Results indicated that social support served as a protective-stabilizing factor that buffered…
Descriptors: College Students, Conflict, Asian Americans, Coping
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Yoo, Hyung Chol; Lee, Richard M. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2005
Ethnic identity, in combination with approach-type coping strategies (i.e., social support seeking, cognitive restructuring, and problem solving), was hypothesized to moderate the effects of perceived racial discrimination on the well-being of Asian American college students. Results found that individuals with a strong ethnic identity were more…
Descriptors: Ethnicity, Coping, Racial Discrimination, Well Being
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Lee, Richard M.; Yoo, Hyung Chol – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2004
The authors investigated the structure and measurement of ethnic identity using the Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure (MEIM; J. S. Phinney, 1992) on a diverse sample of Asian American college students. The authors drew upon 3 previously published datasets to examine the factor structure of the MEIM, initial reliability and construct validity,…
Descriptors: Test Reliability, Test Validity, Ethnicity, Asian American Students
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Lee, Richard M.; Davis, Claytie, III – Journal of College Student Development, 2000
Examines the effects of cultural orientation and multicultural experience on campus belongingness for Asian American undergraduates, as compared to Anglo-Americans. Results confirm the value of secure cultural orientations, particularly biculturalism, in the college adjustment of Asian Americans. Past multicultural experience was less relevant to…
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Biculturalism, College Environment, College Students
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Lee, Richard M. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2003
Ethnic identity and other-group orientation were examined as possible moderators and mediators on the effects of personal ethnic discrimination and minority group discrimination in 2 studies of Asian Americans. Results demonstrated that discrimination, particularly when directed personally at an individual, correlated negatively with psychological…
Descriptors: Psychology, Minority Groups, Asian Americans, Ethnicity
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Wu, Christine S.; Lee, Samuel Y.; Zhou, Xiang; Kim, JaeRan; Lee, Heewon; Lee, Richard M. – Developmental Psychology, 2020
The parenting practices of both transracially adopted Korean American adults and multiracial families are often overlooked in developmental science, yet are important to address, given that the majority of Korean adoptees are now adults with families of their own and given rapid increases in the multiracial population. This qualitative study…
Descriptors: Adoption, Korean Americans, Cultural Influences, Socialization