Peer-Reviewed Publications

(* indicates undergraduate student co-authors; “Full Text” links to accepted versions of manuscripts that may not be exactly the same as the published version)

Kim, P. Y., & Tausen, B. M. (2022). White college students’ ethnocultural empathy toward Asians and Asian Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 13(3), 305–313. Full Text

Kim, P. Y., Jin, J., & *Bau, K. E. (2022). A mediator or moderator? Self-compassion’s role in the association between emotional self-control and help-seeking attitudes among Asian American college students. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 13(2), 185–193. Full Text

Hyun, J. H., Kim, P. Y., Cheon, H.S., & Leong, D. P. (2022). Asian American faculty’s racialized experiences in Christian higher education. Mental Health, Religion, & Culture, 25(2), 207-225.

Kim, M.S., Yon, K. J., & Kim, P. Y. (2022). The mediating effect of work volition and career adaptability in the relationship between career barriers and decent work among youth with migrant backgrounds: A multi-group analysis of native-born and foreign-born youth groups. Journal of Human Understanding and Counseling [인긴이해], 43(1), 45-66.

Yon, K. J., Jo, H. J., & Kim, P. Y. (2021). East Asian cultural values and life satisfaction among Korean college students: The moderating effects of gender. Asian American Journal of Psychology. Advance online publication.

Kim, P. Y. (2021). Internalized model minority myth, God representations, and mental health among Christian Asian Americans. Psychology of Religion & Spirituality. Advance online publication. Full Text

Kim, P.Y. (2021). Strategies for teaching White students about racism during a study abroad course. Psychology Teaching Review, 27(2), 36-40. 

Lee, S., Park, S. J., Yon, K. J., Choi, B. K., Kim, P. Y., & Kim, C. M. (2021). Etiology beliefs, religious coping, church climates, and beliefs about psychological services. The Counseling Psychologist, 49(6), 818-846.

Kim, P. Y., Kendall, D. L., & *Bau, K. E. (2021). Racial microaggressions on Christian campuses: Instrument development and exploratory factor analysis. Christian Higher Education, 20(5), 325-340.

*Moh, S., Kim, P. Y., *Geil, D., & *Ryu, S. H. (2021). “I have been a sojourner in a foreign land”: A qualitative inquiry on the psychological experiences of international students enrolled in a Christian university. Journal of Psychology & Theology, 49(4), 342-359. Full Text

*Law, J. P., *Geil, D., *Bau, K. E., *Grigg, M. R., & Kim, P. Y. (2021). Biracial Asian Americans’ mental health on a Christian college campus: A preliminary report on the role of racial-ethnic identities and racial invalidation. Journal of Psychology & Christianity, 40(3), 173-184. 

Kim, P. Y. (2020). Teaching Korean cultural constructs to American students: Examples from a South Korea study abroad course. Psychology Teaching Review, 26(2), 5-11. Full Text

Tausen, B. M., Jin, J., Kim, P. Y., Law, K. C., & Kendall, D. L. (2020). Academic community support, campus racial climate, and subjective well-being during the coronavirus outbreak among Asian American college students. Journal of Asian American Studies, 23(3),367-385.

*Law, J. P., Kim, P. Y., *Lee, J. H., & *Bau, K. E.(2019). Acceptability of racial microaggressions among Asian American college students: Internalized model minority myth, individualism, and social conscience as correlates. Mental Health, Religion, & Culture, 22(9),943-955. Full Text

Kim, P. Y., & Yon, K. J. (2019). Stigma, loss of face and help-seeking attitudes among South Korean college students. The Counseling Psychologist, 47(3), 331-357. Full Text

Kim, P. Y., Kendall, D. L., & Cheon, H. (2017). Racial microaggressions, cultural mistrust, and mental health outcomes among Asian American college students. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 87(6),663–670. Full Text

Kim, P. Y. (2017). Revisiting and extending the role of religious coping in the racism-mental health relation among Christian Asian American students. Journal of Psychology & Theology, 45(3), 166-181. Full Text

Kim, P. Y. (2017). Religious support mediates the racial microaggressions-mental health relation among Christian ethnic minority students. Psychology of Religion & Spirituality, 9(2), 148-157. Full Text

Kim, P. Y., Cheon, H., Hyun, J. H., Chang, E. S., & Yoo, H. D. (2016). Psychological experiences of Korean missionary “kids” (MKs): A qualitative inquiry. Mental Health, Religion, & Culture, 19(9), 1013-1027. Full Text

*Lats, T. V., Kim, P. Y., & Diekema, D. A. (2016).Acculturative family distancing, religious support, and psychological well-being among young adult Eastern European immigrants in Western Washington. Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research, 21(4),252–260. Full Text

Cheon, H., Chang, E. S., Kim, P. Y., & Hyun, J. H. (2016).Mental health disparities impacting Christian Korean Americans: A qualitative examination of pastors’ perspectives. Mental Health, Religion, & Culture, 19(6), 538-552.

Kim, P. Y., Kendall, D. L., & Chang, E. S. (2016). Emotional self-control, interpersonal shame, and racism as predictors of help-seeking attitudes among Asian Americans: An application of the intrapersonal–interpersonal-sociocultural framework. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 7(1), 15-24. Full Text

Kim, P. Y., & Kendall, D. L. (2015). Etiology beliefs moderate the influence of emotional self-control on willingness to see a counselor through help-seeking attitudes among Asian American students. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 62(2), 148-158. Full Text

Kim, P. Y., Kendall, D. L., & Webb, M. (2015). Religious coping moderates the relation between racism and psychological well-being among Christian Asian American college students. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 62(1), 87-94. Full Text

Kim, P. Y., & Lee, D. H. (2014). Internalized model minority myth, Asian values, and help-seeking attitudes among Asian American students. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 20(1), 98-106. Full Text

Park, I. J. K., & Kim, P. Y. (2012). The role of self‐construals in the link between anger regulation and externalizing problems in Korean American adolescents: Testing a moderated mediation model. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 68(12), 1339-1359.

Park, I. J. K., Kim, P. Y., Cheung, R. Y. M., & Kim, M. (2010). The role of culture, family processes, and anger regulation on Korean American adolescents’ adjustment problems. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 80(2), 258-266. Full Text

Kim, P. Y., & Park, I. J. K. (2009). Testing a multiple mediation model of Asian American college students’ willingness to see a counselor. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 15(3), 295-302. Full Text