Full-Time Spanish- and Cantonese-Speaking Project Coordinators at UC-Berkeley Culture and Family Lab Pending administrative approval, the Culture and Family Lab at UC-Berkeley (https://zhoulab.berkeley.edu/) is seeking to hire two full-time bilingual project coordinators (one Spanish speaker, and one Cantonese speaker) for a new project. Project LEAD (Language, Emotion, and Development) is a longitudinal […]
LEAD participation link If you are a Cantonese or Spanish speaking family interested in participating in our LEAD project call 510-643-5338.
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KFP: Kids and Family Project The Kids and Family Project is a longitudinal study investigating the risk and protective factors for mental health adjustment in 1st and 2nd generation Chinese American immigrant children. The primary goals of this study are: (1) to study the overall development and individual differences in Chinese American immigrant children’s mental health […]
Project LEAD: Language and Emotion in Chinese- and Mexican- American Preschoolers This pilot study seeks to understand the relations among language, emotion, and cognition in the development of emotion regulation among monolingual and bilingual children. Our participants are American and Mexican American children (aged 3 to 5 years) and their families from Head Start Preschool programs […]
Graduation 5/14/2013 Link: Class of 2013 Warm congratulations to our Class of 2013 undergraduates and clinical graduate students! Click on the sidebar link to find out who they are.
Front Page of UC Berkeley News 6/18/2013 Article Link: The verdict on tiger parenting? Studies point to poor mental health. “In study after study, Zhou and her research team are building a bulletproof case that mental health indicators are a solid measure of successful parenting.” We are making headlines! The UC Berkeley News Center features a front […]
Appearance on KTSF TV 6/20/2013 Video link: KTSF Channel 26: Study shows tiger parenting causes poor health KTSF, the leading Chinese news station in the Bay Area, featured Professor Qing Zhou on the nightly news. Click on the sidebar link to watch Prof. Zhou offer her own recommendations for successful parenting (in Mandarin).
CBS News Coverage 6/20/2013 Article Link: CBS News: Children Of “Tiger Parents” Develop More Aggression And Depression, Research Shows Our media coverage continues, and it has reached a national level! CBS News has picked up the June 18 story originally published by the UC Berkeley News Center.
Welcome to the Family and Culture Lab! Our research examines the influences of culture, family socialization, and temperament in the development of psychopathology and competence in childhood and adolescence. Graduate students in our lab explore research topics such as the development of executive function in childhood, bilingualism, student-teacher relationships, parent-child acculturation gaps, and the […]