Roxie Chuang was born and raised in Taiwan. She received her B.A. in Psychology and Education from Wesleyan University in Connecticut. She started her graduate studies in Culture Psychology in 2017 working with Heejung Kim. She has worked as a pedagogue in Copenhagen, industry apprentice at the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, and user experience research intern at Facebook.
My main line of research examines cultural variations in decision making processes. I am trying to understand how people from various cultures approach decision making differently, and what may underlie these differences. The cultures that I study include national culture (i.e. East vs West) and socioeconomic status. My other line of research explores cultural differences in parenting and education. With the help of scholars around the world, my collaborator and I are interested in learning about the varying parenting styles and strategies across cultures (e.g. Denmark, US, Taiwan, UK, Singapore etc...)
[National culture, decision making, motivation, education, parenting and socioeconomic status ]