The third webinar in the series is “Mixed-Methods in Developmental Psychology among Emerging Adults”
THE WEBINAR will be PRESENTED BY FANLI JIA ON May 28th at 1.00 pm ET
Dr. Fanli Jia is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Seton Hall University, USA. He is interested in cultural differences and multiculturalism among Easterners, Westerners, and immigrants with regard to their identity development. The purpose of his primary research is to understand the complex relationships between developmental and cultural constructs and how these constructs contribute to social values and identity development in adolescents and emerging adults. More specifically, he has conducted multiple studies to re-evaluate cultural perspectives in moral identity; in moral decision-making using an experimental design; in values orientations using interviews; in environmental identity using longitudinal and mixed methods approaches; and in socio-cultural models on English as a second language acquisition. Currently, Dr. Jia serves as an associate editor in Frontiers in Psychology, BMC Psychology, and Sustainability. He is in the editorial board in Emerging Adulthood, Journal of Moral Education, and Journal of Environmental Psychology.
The webinar will last 1 hour and discuss the pros/cons and methodological procedures in conducting a mixed-methods study with longitudinal, cross-sectional, and dyadic data in different areas of psychology.This will be a great occasion to receive information about up-to-date research and theory on emerging adulthood, exchange ideas, and connect with other emerging scholars.