Identity, Decision Making, & Intergroup Processes
"Interdisciplinary Collaboration- Applying Neuroscience Methods to Study Socio-cultural Phenomena", Research Seminar at the Department of Psychology, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Delivered on 21 February, 2017
"Multicultural mind and Multicultural self – Linking Culture, Identity, and Brain", delivered at 2016 International Conference on Multiculture and Education, 4-5 November 2016, Incheon, Korea.
"Cultural Attachment – Applying Attachment Theory to Understand Multicultural Competence", Talk delivered at the “Chinese Psychology: Current Theories and Models in Understanding 1.4 Billion People”, Michigan State University Symposium on
Multicultural Psychology, April 14, 2017
Hong, Y., & Bobby K., C. (in press). How Does Culture Matter in the Face of Globalization? Perspectives on Psychological Science.
You are welcome to download the slides from Prof. Hong's past presentations.
“Dynamic Cultural Neuroscience” Keynote Speech at the International Symposium on Cognition and Neuroscience, Singapore, February, 2016.
“Multicultural Mind and Multicultural Self – Linking Culture, Cognition, and Identity” talk delivered at the Departmental Colloquium, Psychology Department, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, April, 2016.
"Applying Experimental Social Psychology to Understand Bribe-Giving in Chinese Context" presentation at Tsing Hua University, October 25, Beijing
Seminar at CUHK-Tsinghua MBA in Finance, visit in Hong Kong. Delivered on 2 December, 2016 at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
"Do Multicultural Identities Challenge Traditions or Create the Future?" Keynote delivered at the 23rd international Congress of IACCP, August 2, 2016: Nagoya, Japan
“Why and how does culture matter for Chinese management?” Keynote delivered at the IACMR conference, Hangzhou, China, June 15-19, 2016.