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My Life Story : My Quest for Cultural Relevance in Psychology

My Life Story: My Quest for Cultural Relevance in Psychology
Fanny M. Cheung

When I first got acquainted with the study of psychology as a teenager, I thought this interest was primarily rooted in my intellectual curiosity and academic pursuit. I was recently asked to deliver a speech to the graduating class in a high school that was named after my grandfather. I took time to reflect on the impact of the cultural values that my family had fostered in my early childhood, which in turn found their ways in my career development: the emphasis on education, the support for charity, and the maintenance of interpersonal harmony. Growing up in a ...

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