Surveys, Polls, Research
Your participation provides needed disaggregated data to researchers and decision makers that impacts our wealth, healthcare and education.
Why Participate: Social Impact, Systemic Change, Visibility, and Representation
Survey: Increase Representation
Who is doing the survey? Oregon State University
Title of Survey: Assessment of Disabled Asian Americans’ Attitudes: Culture and Disability
This survey seeks to gain a better understanding as well as to help improve the mental health of Asians living with a disability in the U.S. This research is led by Sydney Tran, MS, and Dr. Kathleen Bogart, PhD in the School of Psychological Science at Oregon State University.
Study: Disaggregate Data
Who is doing the study? University of Wisconsin-Madison
Title of Study: A Daily Diary Study of Culture and Connection Among Southeast Asian Americans
This study seeks to understand how experiences related to racial and ethnic cultural identity affect Southeast American’s sense of social connection for Asians of Cambodian, Hmong, Laos, and Vietnamese descent. The study is led by Zoua Lor, in the Department of Counseling Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and has been reviewed by the Institutional Review Board.
Study: Increase Representation
Who is doing the study? Hofstra University
Title of Research: Asian-American Youth & Families– Elucidating Challenges to Care and Engagement in Support Services (ACCESS Study).
This study is being conducted by a team of researchers from the Department of Psychology at Hofstra University, New York and led by Dr. Amy Hyoeun Lee, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Hofstra University.