AAJP March 2015 Table of Contents

By February 3, 2015 AAJP, Announcements, Research

The Editorial Board of the Asian American Journal of Psychology (AAJP) is pleased to share the Table of Contents for the upcoming March issue of AAJP. AAJP is seeking to help fulfill AAPA’s mission to promote the dissemination of the latest scholarship on Asian American psychology. Please help in the effort by sharing this information with colleagues and students.

Special thanks to Founding Editor, Dr. Fred Leong, for his efforts in establishing AAJP as a high-impact resource in the field, and Congratulations to Dr. Bryan Kim for his first issue serving as AAJP Editor!

ASIAN AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
Table of Contents – March 2015

Editorial by the New Editor
Bryan S. K. Kim – University of Hawaii at Hilo

The Interplay Between Collectivism and Social Support Processes among Asian American and Latino College Students
Janet Chang – Trinity College

Differential Links Between Expressive Suppression and Well-Being among Chinese and Mexican American College Students
Jenny C Su – National Taiwan University
Richard M. Lee – Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota
Irene J. K. Park – University of Notre Dame
Jose A Soto – The Pennsylvania State University
Janet Chang – Trinity College
Byron Zamboanga – Smith College
Kyoung Ok Seol – Ehwa Womans University
Jessie Dezutter – Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Eric Hurley – Pomona College
Lindsay Ham – University of Arkansas
Su Yeong Kim – University of Texas Austin
Elissa Brown – St. John’s University

An Exploration of How Asian Americans Respond on the Personality Assessment Inventory
Jenss Chang – Azusa Pacific University
Steve R. Smith – University of California, Santa Barbara

Ethnic Variations Between Asian and European Americans in Interpersonal Sources of Socially Prescribed Perfectionism: It’s Not Just About Parents!
Marisa J Perera – University of Michigan
Edward C. Chang – University of Michigan

Differences in Substance Use and Substance Use Risk Factors by Asian Subgroups
Regina A Shih – RAND Corporation
Joan S Tucker – RAND Corporation
Jeremy N.V. Miles – RAND Corporation
Brett Ewing – RAND Corporation
Eric Pedersen – RAND Corporation
Elizabeth J D’Amico – RAND Corporation

Cultural differences in social anxiety: A meta-analysis of Asian and European heritage samples
Sheila Woody – University of British Columbia
Sheena W.-H. Miao – University of Victoria
Kirstie Kellman-McFarlane – University of British Columbia

Development and Validation of a Racial Discrimination Measure for Cambodian American Adolescents
Cindy C. Sangalang – Arizona State University
Angela C.C. Chen – Arizona State University
Stephen Kulis – Arizona State University
Scott T Yabiku – Arizona State University

Ethnic Differences in Social Anxiety Between Individuals of Asian-Heritage and European-Heritage: A Meta-Analytic Review
Yiyuan Xu – University of Hawaii at Manoa
Alexander W. Krieg – University of Hawaii at Manoa

Life Transitions and Smoking among Asian Americans
Cara S Maffini – Indiana University Bloomington
Ellen Vaughan – Indiana University Bloomington
Joel Wong – Indiana University Bloomington

Meaning-Making Through Personal Storytelling: Narrative Research in the Asian American Context
Qi Wang – Cornell University
Jessie Bee Kim Koh – Cornell University
Qingfang Song – Cornell University

Health Literacy in an Underserved Immigrant Population: New Implications toward Achieving Health Equity
Hee Lee
Jeong-Kyun Choi – Winona State University
Mi Hwa Lee – University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

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