Center for Cross-Cultural Research
Established in the Winter of 1994 by Dr. Eric Kohatsu, the Center for Cross-cultural Research focuses broadly on racial identity, racism, prejudice and stereotyping, minority mental health, and Asian American and Latino psychological issues. Dr. Kohatsu has consistently conducted research on racial identity issues, racial prejudice and stereotyping, and the psychological impact of racism. Both quantitative and qualitative methods have been employed in the research conducted at the Center. The second major objective for the Center for Cross-cultural Research is to provide opportunities for minority students to receive the necessary mentoring and support to maximize their potentials as future professional psychologists and as individuals committed to social change/social justice issues.
poster presented at APA 2009 convention