QUE-LAM HUYNH

PhD

 
 

I am an assistant professor of social psychology affiliated with the Psychological Science Area (formerly called General Experimental) in the Psychology Department at California State University, Northridge.

Issues of diversity and multiculturalism underlie my research program, which follows two main lines of inquiry: [1] Prejudice and discrimination: relationships among implicit exclusionary attitudes and mental health, self-concept, and national identification for racial and ethnic minorities; and [2] Culture and identity: biculturalism, multiculturalism, identity processes for individuals who have been exposed to multiple cultures. 

If you are interested in joining my research group at CSUN, check out the Research page to find out more about what we do and the Training page to find out how you can apply.

Welcome to my site

    Intergroup relations

            Prejudice and discrimination

Implicit attitudes         Acculturation

            Bicultural identities

      Psychological assessment