Christina Lee Kim is an associate professor of psychology at Biola University and a licensed clinical psychologist. She regularly teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate psychology programs and supervises doctoral research. Her research interests include cross-cultural and multicultural psychology, mental health issues and the church, Asian-American psychology, and the use of qualitative research methods. Dr. Kim and her husband and their three daughters reside in Fullerton and are members of Crossway OC church where Dr. Kim serves as one of the worship leaders.
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- Davis, J., Kim, C.L., Anderson, T.L., Finger, R. (2020). Embryo recipients’ considerations of connections with donors. Adoption Quarterly, https://doi.org/10.1080/10926755.2020.1833390
- Davis, E. B., Plante, T. G., Grey, M. J., Kim, C. L., Freeman-Coppadge, D., Lefevor, T., Paulez, J. A., Giwa, S., Lasser, J., Stratton, S. P., Deneke, E., & Glowiak, K. (2020). The role of civility and cultural humility in navigating controversial areas in psychology. Spirituality in Clinical Practice, http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/scp0000236
- Robertson, L.G., Anderson, T.L., Hall, M.E.L., & Kim, C.L. (2019). Mothers and mental labor: A phenomenological focus group study of family-related thinking work. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 43(2), 184-200. DOI: 10.1177/0361684319825581
- Campbell, C. D. & Kim, C. L. (2015). The conscience clause in religious-distinctive programs.
Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 9, 279-285.
Kim, C. L., Hall, M. E. L., Anderson, T. L., & Willingham, M. (2011). Coping with discrimination in academia: Asian American and Christian perspectives. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 2(4), 291-305.
Kim, C. L., Anderson, T. L., Hall, M. E. L., & Willingham, M. (2010). Asian and female in the White God’s world: A qualitative exploration of discrimination in Christian academia. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 13(5), 453-465.