Professor of Psychology Emeritus
California State University, Long Beach
(562) 985-5001 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Psychology
Some Outstanding Alumni)
oResearch publications on alcohol use, social support, health psychology, and memory.
oDirector of Career Opportunities in Research (COR), a mentoring program funded by the National Institute of Mental Health from 1981-2006, to recruit academically talented minority students into mental health research careers.
oDirector of a related mentoring program at the high school level, Career Opportunities in Research and Education (CORET) funded by the National Institute of Mental Health from 1997-2006, to recruit academically talented minority students into college science majors.
oFaculty Research Coordinator (1996-2002) for the McNair Scholars Program, funded by the U. S. Department of Education to mentor low-income students who are first in their families to attend college or come from underrepresented groups so they may pursue Ph.D. studies.
oSelected to give a University Legacy Lecture, Exploring The Academic Maze, Oct. 30, 2001.
oAuthor of seven psychology textbooks on memory, motivation, research ethics, research methodology, and the psychology of alcohol and other drugs.
Reinventing Myself After Retirement in 2002
Publishing And Promoting My Chinese American History Books
Giving Book Talks From Coast to Coast
Yin and Yang Press Catalog
o Southern Fried Rice, Life in A Chinese Laundry in the Deep South (2005) Excerpts with links to Chinese American history sites: http://jrjung.tripod.com/
oChinese Laundries: Tickets To Survival On Gold Mountain (2007)
o Chopsticks in the Land of Cotton: Lives of Mississippi Delta Chinese Grocers (2008)
o Sweet and Sour: Life in Chinese Family Restaurants (2010)
oKeynote Address at Who's Who in Asian American Communities in Georgia, “All I really needed to know, I learned in a Chinese laundry.” Atlanta, 3/29/06.
o2006 Asian American Studies Association, Atlanta.“19 Chinese Laundries of Fun Fai Lo in the Deep South”
o 2008 Asian American Studies Association, Chicago The John Jung Letters
o Program Director. 2006-2008. Minority Research Infrastructure Support Program (MRISP) funded by the National Institute of Mental Health for 2006-2009 to mentor junior faculty for research career development.
Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Behavior: Psychological Research Perspectives. Sec. Edition Sage Publications, 2009.