In submission: Natarajan-Tyagi, R., Young, J. T., & Platt, J. J. Beyond Yoga, Curry, and Bollywood In India: International Immersion Education And Addressing Implicit Bias.
Tsong, Y., Young, J. T., Duong, J., Takemoto, M., & Compliment, B. (2018). Suicide Prevention Program on a Diverse College Campus: Examining the Effectiveness of a Peer-to-Peer Model. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy,
Young, J. T. (2017). Confucianism and accents: Understanding the plight of the Asian international student in the U.S. Journal of International Students, 7(3). doi:10.5281/zenodo.570022.
Young, J. T. (2015). Identity in flux: Clinical and research implications of working with global nomads and third culture kids. International Psychology Bulletin, 19(2). Retrieved from http://div52.org/publications/newsletter/.
Young, J (2010). Study abroad: Creating peace one person at a time. Peace Psychology, 19(1). Retrieved from
Young, Jennifer T. & Platt, Jason J. “Rethinking identity: Globalization and technology.” International Congress of Psychology. Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan, July 2016. Oral Presentation.
Trinh, Nancy, Tsong, Yuying, Vartanian, Crystal, & Young, Jennifer. “Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Programs: Do they work?” The Center for Dignity, Recovery, and Empowerment, Tools for Change Conference. Hilton San Francisco, San Francisco, California. March, 2014. Poster presentation.
Young, Jennifer. “Study abroad: Creating peace one person at a time.” American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Metro Toronto Convention Center, Toronto, Canada. August, 2009. Poster Presentation.
Natarajan, Rajeswari, Young, Jennifer, & Platt, Jason. “Looking Beyond Yoga, Curry, and Bollywood: A Cultural Immersion Experience for Psychology students in India.” Western Psychological Association Annual Conference. Portland Marriot Downtown Waterfront, Portland, Oregon. April 2009. Symposium.
California State University Long Beach – Long Beach, CA
Master’s Thesis Committee Member
Student Development in Higher Education (SDHE) – Candidate Jane Duong
Pepperdine University – Los Angeles, CA
Dissertation Committee Member
Doctoral Candidate Amy Kim, M.A.
A critical analysis of the literature on the self within a multicultural context.