Yongmin Shin is a candidate for a master's degree in clinical psychology at Duksung Women`s University. She also received her Bachelors in Psychology at Duksung Women`s University in 2015. Her research interests focus on understanding the roles of parenting health behaviors in the development and maintenance of social-emotional competencies in children, adolescencs, and young adults, and the importance of measurement strategies to better understand and monitor the behavioral and cognitive change processes in parent-child interactions.
Seojeong Kim earned a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Education Applied Learning and Development at the University of Texas at Austin. She is currently a Research Assistant. She is interested in developing and testing effective intervention strategies for use in both family and school systems (by parents and teachers) to efficiently effect positive change and growth in child and adolescent social-emotional areas. She has a particular interest in evidence-based assessment and treatment for child and adolescent behavioral and emotional problems, psycho-physiological stress reduction and coping skills, and understanding cognitive processes related to effective treatments for youth.
Yunkyeong Song is a candidate for a master’s degree in clinical psychology at Duksung Women’s University. She received her Bachelors in Counseling Psychology at Sahmyook University in 2016. She is interested in studying the effects of environment on the development of social-emotional strengths among children and adolescents, as well as the ways in which environment affects the development and maintenance of psychopathology. She is also interested in the development and application of evidence-based assessment and psychological therapy programs for youth mental health in both clinical and school settings.
Sumin Kim is an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Psychology at Duksung Women's University. She is currently a Research Assistant. Her research area of interest focus on evidence-based practice in child and adolescents mental health service. She has a particular interest in evidence-based assessment and treatment of mood disorder in child and adolescents, parent training on effective parent-child communication, and understanding the importance of strength-based approach to enhance social emotional strength in child and adolescent.
Jeongah Moon is an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Psychology at Duksung Women's University. She is currently a Research Assistant. She is interested in evidence-based assessment and treatment in school settings and effective interventions for development and maintainance of social emotional competencies. Her research area of interest also includes studying group effects using muti-level analysis and social network analysis.
Priscilla Yang is an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Psychology at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She is currently studying abroad at Korea University as an exchange student. Her research interests are within Clinical Psychology with a focus on children, adolescents and their families. In particular, she is working towards learning more about evidence-based assessment and treatment for both children and youth, as well as investigating ways to effectively apply such findings in both schools and clinical settings.