ROSINA C. CHIA

 

Professor, Assistant Vice Chancellor

East Carolina University

Greenville, NC 27858‑4353

Telephone:  (252) 328‑6277

FAX:  (252) 328-6283

E-mail:  chiaro@mail.ecu.edu.

 

EDUCATION

 

Diploma                Institute of Educational Management

                              Harvard University, summer, 1982

Fellow                   American Council on Education, 1980-81

Ph.D.                     University of Michigan, 1969, Social Psychology

M.A.                      University of Michigan, 1963, Psychology

B.S.                       National Taiwan University, 1962, Psychology

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

2004-Present         Assistant Vice Chancellor for Global Academic Initiatives, East Carolina University

 

2003 – 2004          Interim Director, Academic Advising and Support Center

                             Interim Director, International Affairs

 

2002 – 2003          Interim Dean, School of Communication and Computer

Science,

Interim Chair, Department of Industrial Technology

 

2001 - 2002           University Academic Assessment Coordinator

 

1978 - present       Professor, Department of Psychology

                             

2000 – 2001          Interim Dean, School of Industry and Technology

 

2000 – Summer     Japan Studies Institute, American Association of State Colleges & Universities Fellow

 

1997 – Spring        Taiwan National Science Foundation Research Fellow

                              Visiting Professor, National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan

 

1994 - 95               Acting Chair, Department of Elementary and Middle Grades Education

 

1993 - 94               Acting Chair, Department of Sociology

 

1992                      Acting Chair, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature

 

1991 - 92               Faculty Director, UNC (SASASAAS) China Program, and Visiting Professor, Beijing Normal University

 

1984 ‑ 86               Visiting Professor, Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University

 

1980 ‑ 85               Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology

 

1975 ‑ 78               Associate Professor, Department of Psychology

 

1972 ‑ 73               Psychologist, Developmental Evaluation Clinic

 

1969 ‑ 75               Assistant Professor, East Carolina University

 

1968 ‑ 69               Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

 

International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology

International Council of Psychologists

American Psychological Association

Association for Asian‑American Psychologists

Southeastern Psychological Association

 

LICENSE

 

1971 ‑ present       Practicing Psychologist, North Carolina

 

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

 

Publications and presentations in Chinese and English

 

HONORARY ORGANIZATIONS

 

Phi Kappa Phi

Sigma Xi

Psi Chi

Omicron Delta Kappa

Phi Beta Delta

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

 

National Taiwan University Honors Scholarship, 4 years

Barbour Scholarship, University of Michigan (all through graduate school)

Rackham Predoctoral Scholarship, University of Michigan

American Men and Women of Science

Outstanding Educators of America

Who's Who of American Women

World's Who's Who of Women Educators

Men and Women of Distinction

World's Who's Who of Women

Who's Who of Sino‑Americans

Outstanding Scientists of the 20th Century


 

PUBLICATIONS:  (LAO is CHIA'S former last name)

 

Gurin, P., Gurin, G., Lao, R. C. and Beattie, M. (1969). Internal‑external control in the motivation dynamics of Negro youth.  Journal of Social Issues, 25, 29‑53.

 

Lao, R. C. (1970).  Internal‑external control and competent and innovative behavior among Negro college students.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 14, 263‑270.

 

Lao, R. C. (1973).  Important factors in internal‑external belief among male adults.  Journal of Social Psychology, 91, 159‑60.

 

Lao, R. C. (1974).  The developmental trend in locus of control.  Proceedings of the Division of Personality and Social Psychology (82nd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association), 1, 348‑350.

 

Lao, R. C. (1974).  New dimensions in psychology:  Social learning theory, Part I, Thought and Word, (Chinese publication), 12, 348‑350.

 

Grossnickle, W. F., Lao, R. C., Martoccia, C. T., Range, D. C. and Walters, F. C. (1975).  Complexity of effects of personal space.  Psychological Reports, 36, 237‑238.

 

Lao, R. C., Upchurch, W. H., Corwin, B. J. and Grossnickle, W. F. (1975).  Biased attitudes toward females as indicated by ratings of intelligence and likeability.  Psychological Reports, 37, 1315‑1320.

 

Lao, R. C. (1975).  New dimensions in psychology: Social learning theory, Part II.  Thought and Word, (Chinese publication), 13, 152‑153.

 

Lao, R. C. (1976).  Is internal‑external control an age‑related variable?  Journal of Psychology, 92, 3‑7.

 

Lao, R. C. (1977).  Internal‑external control as a conditioner for choice behavior in interpersonal situations, Journal of Social Psychology, 101, 69‑73.

 

Lao, R. C., Chuang, C. J. and Yang, K. S. (1977).  Locus of control and Chinese college students.  Journal of Cross‑Cultural Psychology, 8, 299‑313.

 

McBride, K. and Lao, R. C. (1978).  The effects of locus of control on coalition formation among college females.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 3, 203‑206.

 

Lao, R. C. (1978).  Levenson's IPC (Internal‑external Control) Scale:  A comparison of Chinese and American students.  Journal of Cross‑Cultural Psychology, 9, 113‑124.

 

Lao, R. C. and Wuensch, L. (1979).  Differentiation within internally oriented students in their causal attribution.  Journal of Psychology, 102, 199‑204.

 

Lao, R. C. (1980).  Differential factors affecting male and female academic performance in high school.  Journal of Psychology, 104, 119‑127.

 

Lao, R. C. and Llorca, A. L. (1981).  Effect of monetary reward on subsequent motivation.  Journal of Psychology, 107, 41‑43.

 

Lao, R. C. (1982).  Leadership behavior in personnel decisions among new college presidents.  American Association for the Advancement of Science Abstracts, 82‑2, 164.

 

Lao, R. C. and Llorca, A. L. (1982).  The effect of sequence and size of reward on expectancy.  Journal of Social Psychology, 117, 93‑97.

 

Lao, R. C. Chuang, C., and Warren, B. L. (1983).  Reactions of students in Taiwan to severance of U.S. relations.  Journal of Social Psychology, 119, 17‑20.

 

Lao, R. C. and Bolen, L. M. (1983).  Some characteristics of participants in the 1982 Harvard Institute for Educational Management.  American Association for the Advancement of Science Abstracts, 83, 160.

 

Lao, R. C. and Bolen, L. M. (1984).  Attribution and emotions as functions of locus of control, task, and feedback.  Journal of Social Psychology, 122, 285‑286.

 

Chia, R. C. (1984).  A critique of Chow's "Conflict Management:  Traditional and Innovative."  In Yang, K. S., Hwang, K. K. and Chuang, C. J. (eds.).  Essays on Chinese Model of Management, Taipei: National Taiwan University.

 

Chia, R. C. (1985).  A critique of Huang's "Practical Moral Education:  Self‑interest and altruism."  In Chinese Culture Revival Committee (ed.)  Essays on Attitude Toward Contemporary Life, Taipei: Chinese Printing Co.

 

Chia, R. C., Chuang, C. J., Cheng, B. S., Castellow, W., Moore, C. H. and Hayes, M. (1986).  Attitude toward marriage roles among Chinese and American college students.  Journal of Social Psychology, 126, 31‑35.

 

Chia, R. C. and Hwang, K. K. (1986).  Relationship between internal‑external control and brain drain.  Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 1, 423‑427.

 

Chia, R. C., Chuang, C. J. and Cheng, B. S. (1986).  Relationship of modernization and marriage role among Chinese college students.  Journal of Psychology, 120, 599‑605.

 

Chia, R. C. (1987).  Get hold of today.  Gung Bao Monthly (Chinese publication), 28, 11‑13.

 

Chia, R. C. and Yeh, M. H. (1987).  Cross‑cultural study of group polarization.  Social and Behavioral Sciences Documents, 17, 50.

 

Wuensch, K. L., Chia, R. C., Castellow, W. A. & Bloodworth, W. (1987).  Cultural differences in the evaluation of professors by college students.  Social and Behavioral Sciences Documents, 17, 64.           

 

Chia, R. C. and Yeh, M. H. (1988).  Group decision making among Chinese and American college students.  Cross‑Cultural Psychology Bulletin, 22, 9‑10.

 

Chia, R. C. (1989)  Family values of Americans versus Chinese‑American parents.  Journal of Asian American Psychological Association, 13, 8‑11.

 

Wuensch, K. L., Chia, R. C., Castellow, W. A., Chuang, C., & Cheng, B. (1993).  Effects of physical attractiveness, sex, and type of crime on mock juror decision: A replication with Chinese students.  Journal of Cross‑Cultural Psychology, 24, 414-427.

 

Chia, R. C., Moore, J. L., Lam, K., Chuang, C., & Cheng, B. (1994).  Cultural differences in gender role attitudes between Chinese and American students.  Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 31, 23-31.

 

Chia, R. C., Wuensch, K. L., Childers, C., Chuang, C., Cheng, B., Cesar-Romero, J., & Nava, S. (1994).  A comparison of family values among Chinese, Mexican, and American college students.  Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 9, 249-258.

 

Chia, R. C., Moore, J., Lam, K, Chuang, C., & Cheng, B. (1995).  Locus of control and gender roles: A comparison of Taiwanese and American students.  Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 10, 379-393.

 

Chia, R. C. (1995).  Educational access and attainment in Taiwan, North Carolina Journal of Teacher Education, 1, 90-100.

 

Hall, C. W., Chia, R., Wang, D. (1996).  Nonverbal communication among American and Chinese students.  Psychological Reports, 79, 419-428.

 

Chia, R.C., Allred, L. J.; Jerzak, P. (1997).  Attitude toward women in Taiwan and China:  Current status, problems, and suggestions for future research.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 21, 137-150.

 

Chia, R. C., Lytle, T., Cheng, B. & Chuang, C. J.  (1997).  Differences in source and modes in locus of control for Chinese and Americans.  In B. Bain, H. Janzen, J. Paterson, L. Stewin & A. Yu (eds.).  Psychology and Education in the 21st Century, ICP Press, Edmonton, Canada.

 

Chia, R. C., (1997).  Cross-cultural comparison of Chinese and American college students in the process of modernization.  (Chinese publication)  Chinese Journal of Social Psychology, 3, 41-45.

 

Chia, R.C., Allred, L. J., Grossnickle, W. & Lee, G. W.,(1998)  Effects of attractiveness and gender on the perception of achievement-related variables.  Journal of Social Psychology 4, 471-477.

 

Farley, S. D., Chia, R. C., & Allred, L. J. (1998)  Stereotypes about attractiveness:  when beautiful is not better.  Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 13, 479-492.

 

Chia, R.C., Cheng, B., Chuang, C. J. (1998).  Differentiation in the source of internal control for Chinese.  Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 13, 565-578.

 

Hall, C., Davis, N. B., Bolen, L. M., & Chia, R. C.  (1999).  Gender and racial differences in mathematical performance.  Journal of Social Psychology, 139, 677-689.

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L., Cheng, B., & Chuang, C. (1999).   Social interaction differences between Chinese and Americans.  Psychologische Beitrage, 41, 84-90.

 

Chia, R.C., Ling, W.Q., & Fang, L. (2000).  Chinese Implicit Leaderships Theory.  Journal of

            Social Psychology, 140, 729-739.

 

Miao, D., Huangfu, E., Chia, R. C., & Ren, J. (2000).  The validity analysis of the Chinese version MBTI, Acta Psychologica Sinicam 32, 324-331.

 

Hall, C. W., Smith, K. M., & Chia, R. C. (2002). Relationship between metacognition and affective variables in college achievement. National Social Science Journal, 12, 43-50.

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L .J, Hall, C., & Smith, K (2003). Impact of terrorist attack on one’s sense of control. National Social Science Journal,  21, 7-12

 

Chia, R. C. & Poe, E.(2004).  Innovations in International Education.  International Psychology Reporter, Spring,  7,12.   

 

Chia, R. C., Smith, K., Hansen, M & Hall, C. (2005).  Using virtual communication technology to enhance international experience. National Social Science Journal.

 

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

 

Harrell, T. H. and Lao, R. C.  Locus of control and attribution of causality for success and failure.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, March, 1976.

 

Lao, R. C., Yang, K. S. and Chuang, C. J.  Is internal‑external locus of control a cross‑cultural phenomenon?  Paper presented at the 84th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, September 1976.

 

Wuensch, K. L. & Lao, R. C.  Academic performance related to achievement motive and locus of control.  Paper presented at the American Psychological Association 84th Annual Convention, Washington, DC, September 1977.

 

McBride, K. and Lao, R. C.  How locus of control influences coalition formation among college females.  Paper presented at the 85th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, August 1977.

 

Lao, R. C.  The expectancy concept in social learning theory.  Paper presented at the Academic Seminar, National Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan, December 1977.

 

Lao, R. C.  A comparison of child‑rearing practices between Chinese in Taiwan and Chinese in the United States.  Paper presented at the Rotary Club sponsored seminar.  Taipei, Taiwan, January 1978.

 

Lao, R. C.  Factors affecting academic performance‑‑Are these the same for males and females.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA, March 1978.

 

Grossnickle, W. F., Martoccia, C. T., Phillips, T. C. and Lao, R. C.  A one cell test of Fiedler's contingency model:  Male vs. female leaders.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA, March, 1978.

 

Lao, R. C.  Are there differences in perception of causes of success and failure among groups of internal subjects?  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, March 1979.

 

Childers, J. S., Lao, R. E. and Lingerfelt, M.  A report on some non‑traditional psychological and academic measures among hearing impaired residents in three Southeastern states.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, March 1979.

 

Lao, R. C.  Does money decrease our liking for an interesting task? No!  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC, March 1980.

 

Lao, R. C. and Llorca, A. L.  Factors affecting changes in future expectancy.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA, March 1981.

 

Lao, R. C. and Chuang, C. J.  Attitudes toward a changing political reality among Chinese students in Taiwan.  Paper presented at the 88th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Montreal, Canada, September 1981.

 

Lao, R. C., Chuang, C. J. and Warren, B. L.  Changes in locus of control among Chinese students during a politically sensitive period.  Paper presented at the International Association of Cross‑Cultural Psychology ‑ International Council of Psychologists Joint Meeting, Taipei, Republic of China, August 1981.

 

Lao, R. C., Lao, Y. J. and Chuang, C. J.  A comparison of environmental attitudes between Chinese and American college students.  Paper presented at the International Association of Cross‑Cultural Psychology ‑ International Council of Psychologists Joint Meeting, Taipei, Republic of China, August 1981.

 

Lao, R. C., Bolen, L. M. and Allred, L. J.  Sex differences in attributions and emotions among college students.  Paper presented at the 89th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, August 1981.

 

Lao, R. C. and Bolen, L. M.  Relationships between cognitive attributions and affective emotions under success vs. failure conditions.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, March 1982.

 

Lao, R. C. Comparison of two attitudinal scales among Americans and Chinese students.  Paper presented at International Multi‑Ethnic Conference on Assessment, Tampa, FL, March 1982.

 

Lao, R. C. and Bolen, L. M.  The influence of personality, task, and feedback on expectancy.  Paper presented at the 90th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 1982.

 

Lao, R. C. (as a member of a Task Force).  Minority education and training in psychology:  Current status and future concerns.  Symposium at the 90th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 1982.

 

Lao, R. C. and Bolen, L. M.  A test of locus and stability dimensions of Weiner's three dimensional attribution model.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA, March 1983.

 

Lao, R. C.  Changing trends in senior level administrators among females and minorities in higher education institutions.  Paper presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD, February 1983.

 

Lao, R. C.  Task Force Report on the American Psychological Association Ethnic Minority Affairs Program.  Invited address at the National Association for Asian and Pacific American Education Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, April 1983.

 

Lao, R. C. and Bolen, L. M.  A comparison of participants in two academic administration training programs.  Paper presented at 91st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Anaheim, CA, August 1983.

 

Chia, R. C., Chuang, C. J. and Cheng, B. S.  Present day Chinese view on what role husband and wife should play.  Paper presented at 43rd Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists, New Port, RI, August 1985.

 

Chuang, C. J., Chia, R. C. and Cheng, B. S.  Factor structure comparisons between Chinese and Americans on marriage‑role attitude.  Paper presented at 43rd Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists, New Port, RI, August 1985.

 

Chia, R. C., Chuang, C. J., Castellow, W., Moore C. and Hayes, M.  A comparison of Chinese and American marriage‑role attitudes.  Paper presented at 93rd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, August 1985.

 

Chia, R. C.  Some suggestions for an achievement motivation theory applicable for Chinese women.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia, Taipei, Taiwan, September 1985.

 

Chia, R. C.  Personality characteristics related to brain drain.  Paper presented at the International Council of Psychologists, Tel Aviv, Israel, July 1986.

 

Chia, R. C. and Hwang, K. K.  Factors influencing the brain drain phenomenon in Taiwan:  Who would return and who would not?  Paper presented at the Chinese‑American Professional Association, Washington, DC, September 1986.

 

Chia, R. C., Wuensch, K. L., Castellow, W. A. and Bloodworth, W. A.  A comparison of American and Chinese college students on teacher evaluation.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA, March 1987.

 

Castellow, W. A., Chia, R. C., Hayes, M. and Moore, C.  Differential effects of induced failure on internal‑external combinations in academic settings.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA, March 1987.

 

Chuang, C. J., Cheng, B. S. and Chia, R. C.  Awareness of office automation in a Taiwan factory.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists, New York, NY, August 1987.

 

Chia, R. C. and Wuensch, K. L.  Family values of American vs. Chinese‑American parents.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Asian American Psychological Association,  New York, NY, August 1987.

 

Chia, R. C., Moore, C. H. and Castellow, W. A.  Sex differences on attitudes toward AIDS among college students.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA, March 1988.

 

Castellow, W. A., Chia, R. C., Chuang, C. J. and Cheng, B. S.  Comparison of American and Chinese college students on subjective sleep characteristics.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA, March 1988.

 

Chia, R. C. and Childers, J. S.  A comparison of students and marines on physical self‑efficacy and locus of control.  Paper presented at Southeastern Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC, March 1989.

 

Chia, R. C., Wuensch, K. L., Chuang, C. J., Cheng, B. S., & Jen, K. K.  Differences in cultural values between Chinese and American college students.  Paper presented at the Asian‑American Psychological Association, New Orleans, August 1989.

 

Chia, R. C., Wuensch, K. L., & Wong, M.  A comparison of MBTI types among Chinese and American MBA students.  Paper presented at the Society for Southeastern Social Psychologists 13th Annual Conference, Raleigh, NC, November 1990.

 

Chia, R. C.  The history and future development of psychology in the United States.  Invited address.  Charles University.  Prague, Czechoslovakia, November 1990.

 

Chia, R. C.  Personality type and the work environment.  Invited address, Tatung Institute, Taiwan, December 1990.

 

Chia, R. C., Hall, C. W., & Wong, M. M.  An exploratory study of a new scale (SPQ) with American students.  Paper presented at Eastern Psychological Association Convention, New York, April 1991.

 

Chia, R. C., Wuensch, K. L., Wong, M. M., Chuang, C., Cheng, B. & Jen, K.  A MBTI comparison of Chinese and American students.  Paper presented at the 9th International Conference of the Association for Psychological Type, Richmond, VA, July 1991.

 

Wong, M. M., Webster, R. E., Hall, C. W., & Chia, R. C.  Interference effects in memory recall for learning disabled and non‑learning disabled children.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of North Carolina School Psychology Association, Asheville, NC, October 1991.

 

Chia, R. C., Moore, J., Lam, K., Chuang, C. J., Cheng, B. & Jen, K.  Do Chinese and Americans differ in sex role attitudes?  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA, April 1992.

 

Chia, R. C. Wuensch, K. L., Huangfu, E., Chuang, C. J., Cheng, B., & Jen, K.  A comparison of the sense of control among college students in China, Taiwan and the U.S.A.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists, Amsterdam, Holland, July 1992.

 

Chia, R. C., Childers, J., Wuensch, K., Lam, K., Chuang, C., Cheng, B., Wu, T., Cesar‑Romero, J., & Nava, S.  A comparison of family values among Chinese, Mexican and American Students.  Paper presented at the International Congress of Psychology, Brussels, Belgium, July 1992.

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L., Lam, K., Chuang, C., Cheng, B. & Wu, T.  Equity theory, evaluation, self‑serving bias among Chinese and American students.  Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 1992.

 

Chia, R. C., Moore, J., Lam, L., Chuang, C., Cheng, B., & Wu, T.  Locus of control among Chinese and Americans: 1976 to 1991.  Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 1992.

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L. J., Wuensch, K., Grossnickle, W. F., Lam, K., Chuang, J. & Cheng, B.  Achievement motivation, academic performance and sex-role attitudes: A cross-cultural study.  Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, Arlington, VA, April 1993.

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L. J., Wuensch, K., Moore, J., Li, Q., Cheng, B. & Chuang, J.  Comparison of Chinese and  American college students on achievement and locus of control.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists, Montreal, Canada, August 1993.

 

Chia, R. C., Lam, K., Allred, L. J., Wuensch, K., Moore, J., Cheng, B., & Chuang, J.  Locus of control, attributional style and depression: A cross-cultural comparison of American and Chinese students.  Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 1993.

 

Lockamy, T., Allred, L. J., Chia, R. C., & Wuensch, K. L.  Family values and attitudes towards women among Chinese students in Taipei and Beijing.  Paper presented at the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association, Greenville, NC, April 1994.

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L. J., Grossnickle, W. F., Keevin, L.  Validation of the sensing-intuition dimension of the MBTI.  Paper presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, April 1994.

 

Chia, R. C., Hall, C., & Wang, D.  Nonverbal communication in American and Chinese students.  Paper presented at the International Society for the Study of Behavior Development, Beijing, China, June 1994.

 

Chia, R. C.  A long-term cross-cultural comparison of locus of control between Chinese and American college students.  Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on the Study of Chinese Social Psychological Research, Hohhot, China, August 1994.

 

Chestnut, D., & Chia R. C.  Applied multiculturalism: Case examples.  Symposium presented at the Cross-Cultural Psychology and Education Roundtable, Columbia University, New York, February 1995.

 

Chia, R. C.  The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in Chinese.  Presented at the International  Council of Psychologists, Taipei, Taiwan, July 1995.

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L. J., Hall, C., Wuensch, K., Cheng, B., Ren, J. & Janousek, J.  Cross-cultural comparisons in attitudes toward women.  Presented at the International Council of Psychologists, Taipei, Taiwan, July 1995.

 

Hall, C., Chia, R. C., & Wong, D.  Cross-cultural comparisons of the DANVA Scale.  Presented at the National Association of School Psychologists, Atlanta, GA, March 1996.

 

Chia, R.  C., Allred, L. J., Jerzak, P., Wuensch, K. L., Janousek, J., Cheng., B., & Ren, J.  Cross-cultural comparisons of the psychometric characteristics of Levenson’s IPC.  Presented at Southeastern Psychological Association, Norfolk, VA, March 1996.

 

Allred, L. J., Chia, R. C., Grossnickle, W. F., & Lee, G. W.  The effect of gender and physical attractiveness on achievement.  Presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association, Norfolk, VA, March 1996.

 

Jerzak, P., Chia, R.C., & Allred, L. J., Factor Structure of the Attitudes Toward Women Scale (short form) in Cross-Cultural Settings.  Presented at the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association, Richmond, VA, April 1996.

 

Chia, R. C., Lytle, T., Cheng, B. & Chuang, C.  Cross-cultural comparison of modes of control.  Presented at the International council of Psychologists, Banff, Canada, July 1996.

 

Chia, R. C., Lytle, Cheng, B. & Chuang, C.  Single and multiple component theories of locus of control.  Presented at the International Council of Psychologists, Banff, Canada, July 1996.

 

Chia R. C.  Hofstede’s masculinity/femininity: Chinese in China and Taiwan.  Presented at the International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Montreal, Canada, August 1996.

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L., Long, D., Fang, L., Social interaction and gender attitude differences in China and the United States.  Presented at the International Council of Psychologists.  Graz, Austria, July, 1997.

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L. J., Ren, J., Miao, D., and Huangfu, E., MBTI dimensions and leadership styles among Chinese military officers.  Presented at the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Raleigh, NC, November, 1997.

 

Chia, R. C., Hall, C. W., & Fang L.  Comparison of three stress scales among Chinese and American college students.  Paper presented at the International Council of Psychologists 56th Annual Convention, Melbourne, Australia, August 1998.

 

Hall, C. W., Chia, R. C., & Fang L.  Resiliency factors and self-reported stress.  Paper presented at the International Council of Psychologists 56th Annual Convention, Melbourne, Australia, August 1998.

 

Pollok, M. E., Parikh, R. J., & Chia, R. C.  How recruitment influences male and female prospective athletes in their choice of a university. Paper presented at the International Council of Psychologists 56th Annual Convention, Melbourne, Australia, August 1998.

 

Chia, R.C., Bolen, L.M. & Zheng, X.  Social norms:  Are Chinese and Americans more different or more alike?  Paper presented at the Hong Kong Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Hong Kong, China, November 1998.

 

Chia, R.C.  Tacit Skills:  A new approach in enhancing student’s academic performance.  Paper presented at the 6th Chinese American Academic and Professional Convention, Washington, DC, July 1999.

 

Chia, R. C., Hall, C. W., & Smith, K.M.  Study skill processes and college students’ grade performance.  Paper presented at the International Council of Psychologists’ 57th Annual Convention, Salem, MA, August 1999.

 

Chia, R.C., Kohyana, T., Fang, L., Cheng, B. & Chuang, C. J.  Cross-cultural comparison of sources of internality across four countries.  Paper presented at the International Council of Psychologists’ 57th Annual Convention, Salem, MA, August 1999.

 

Hall, C. W., Smith, K., & Chia, R. C.  Role of metacognitive stragegies in academic achievement.  Poster presented at the American Psychological Association 107th Annual Convention, Boston, MA, August 1999.

 

Tinga, A. M., Chia, R. C., Bolen, L. M., & Brown, M. B.  The effect of locus of control and learning strategies on high school academic performance:  a pilot study.  Paper presented at the North Carolina Psychological Foundation, Chapel Hill, NC, September, 2000

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L., Cheng, B., Chuang, C. J., Kohyama, T. & Fang, L.  Indirect internal control among college students in four countries.  Paper presented at the International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology Convention, Pulstuk, Poland, July 2000.

 

Chia, R. C., Allred, L., Cheng, B., Chuang, C. J., Kohyama, T. & Fang, L.  Suggestions for a new concept of indirect internal control.  Paper presented at the Asian American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC, August 2000.

 

Chia, R. C.  Chinese and Americans:  Patterns of social interaction on sense of control.  Paper presented at the American Association of Chinese Studies Conference, San Francisco, CA, October 2000.

 

Chia, R. C., Hall, C. W., Smith, K. M., Understanding student success: The roles of locus of control and metacognitive skills.  Paper presented at the National Social Sciences Association Convention, San Diego, CA, August 2001.

 

Chia, R. C., Khoyama, T., Miao, D., Cheng, B., Ren, J. & Ren, K.  Some differences in locus of control and social interaction pattern in collectivist and individualist cultures.  Paper presented at the Asian American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, CA, August 2001.

 

Chia, R. C. & Poe, E. The China syndrome: Part Deux.  Paper presented at the UNC Teaching and learning with Technology Conference, Charlotte, NC, March, 2004

 

Chia, R. C. & Poe, E., Bridging space and culture via virtual collaboration.  Paper presented at the Conference on the Role of Higher Education Institutions in the Era of Globalization, Belize, March, 2004

 

Chia, R. C. & Poe, E., Learning in a virtual collaborative environment-discovery, exploration and engagement between cultures.  Paper presented at the American Association of Colleges and Universities Annual Conference, Chicago, April , 2004

 

Chia, R. C. & Poe, E. A pioneering international virtual cultural course.  Paper presented at the XVII International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural psychology, Xian, China, August, 2004

 

Miao, D., Chia, R. C., Sheng, Y.& Luo, Z.  Exploring the construct validity of the Chinese version of the MBTI-G.  Paper presented at the 28th International  Congress of Psychology,  Beijing, China, August, 2004

 

Miao, D., Chia, R. C., Osterlind, S. J. & Sheng, Y. Adapting items for cultural effects in translated tests: Cultural effects on the construct validity of the Chinese versions of the MBTI.  Paper presented at the 28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China, August, 2004

 

Kragel, P. J. & Chia, R. C. Innovations in medical education using a global classroom to study culture and health care in other countries.  Paper presented at the Association of American medical Colleges Annual Convention, November, 2004.

 

Chia, R. C. ,Allred. L., Wuensch, K. & Ren J.J. Ingroup, outgroup and middle group for Chinese and Americans.  Paper presented at the National Social Science Association Convention, Las Vegas, April, 2005

 

Chia, R. C. Hall, C. & Smith, K. Using virtual communication technology to enhance international experience.  Paper presented at the National Social Science Association Convention, Las Vegas, April, 2005

 

Chia, R. C. & Poe, E. Global learning in a real virtual classroom.  Paper presented at the Eleventh Sloan-C International Conference on Asynchronous Leaning Network, Orlando, Florida, November, 2005

 

Poe, E. & Chia, R. C. Development of partners for a virtual global course.  Invited presentation at the SLOAN-C Conference:  Learning and Blending Cultures via Technology: Creating a Really Virtual Classroom, Orlando, Florida, April, 2006  

 

Hall, C., Chia, R. C. & Smith K. Cognitive and Personality factors in relations to timely completion of a college degree.  Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American psychological Association, New Orleans, August, 2006

 

Chia, R. C. & Poe, E.  Engaging the World: Finding, Sharing, and Working with Partners.  Paper presented at the Interactive Video for International Education Conference at IUPUI, Indianapolis, October, 2006

 

Chia, R. C. & Poe, E. Finding, sharing and working with international partners.  Paper presented at the University of Florida  Using video-conferencing/new technologies for internationalization Conference,  November, 2006

 

Chia, R. C. & Poe, E.,  Bringing international experience to your campus.  Paper presented at the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration, Indianapolis, March, 2007

 

Chia, R. C. & Poe, E. International experience for the 95% of college students who cannot afford study abroad programs.  Paper presented at the ACE Internationalization Collaborative Conference, Washington DC, March, 2007