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Jung Eun Park

Jung Eun Park

Hometown: Torrance, CA
Current city of residence: Torrance, CA
E-mail address: jung.park190@gmail.com
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Organization for which I currently work:  Self-employed
Job Title: Independent tutor
Past employer: California Baptist University
Research interests: Motivation, Hiring practices
General interests: Reading, cooking
 

Psychology Clubs

PSA & Psi Chi bi-weekly meetings Wednesdays at 5pm in LH 151 –

Jennifer Robles

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hometown: Huntington Beach, CA
Current city of residence: Huntington Beach, CA
E-mail address: jennifer.robles15@yahoo.com
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Organization for which I currently work: City of Bell Gardens
Job Title: Recreation Leader
Past employer:
Research interests: Training, Appraisal
Thesis title: TBA
General interests: Swimming, watching TV, spirituality, traveling

Alexis Nakamura

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hometown: Long Beach, CA
Current city of residence: Long Beach, CA
E-mail address: alexisnakamura@gmail.com
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Organization for which I currently work:
Job title:
Past employer:
Research interests: Employee Training¬
General interests: Visiting Hawai’i, Mexican cuisine, pop music

Megan Morgan

Megan Morgan

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hometown: Sacramento, CA
Current city of residence: Long Beach, CA
E-mail address: meganocean08@yahoo.com
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Organization for which I currently work:¬†Parker’s Lighthouse
Job Title: Server
Past employer: Romano’s Macaroni Grill
Research interests: Employee Training, Retention, many more
Thesis title: TBA
General interests: Hanging out at the beach, bike riding, cheerleading

Getting Involved in Research

Getting Involved in Psychology Research
Most careers in the field of psychology require further study. Graduate school programs in psychology are more competitive than ever.¬†Most graduate school programs in psychology prefer their prospective students to have research experience. Research involvement enables students to work closely with faculty and graduate students, acquire publications, present findings, and learn […]

Colloquium September 29 Chun, C-A.

[ September 29, 2010; 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm. ] September 29
Speaker: Chi-Ah Chun, CSULB

Title: ‚ÄúExamining psychological adjustment of Asian immigrants using the stress paradigm‚ÄĚ

Recent advances in the stress and coping literature include the recognition of the potential role of one‚Äôs culture in how one experiences and copes with stress. Cultural influences are most dramatically observed in studies that compare the stress and coping processes […]