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Social & Cultural Psychology Lab

Talks and Presentions

INVITED TALKS IN NON-ACADEMIA

 

Kim, Y. H. (Feburary 8, 2018). A breach of praise, Samsung Human Resource Developmental Center, Yongin, Korea

 

Kim, Y. H. (December 5, 2017). The secret of happiness, Uijeongbu City Youth Counseling Center of Uijeongbu City, Gyeonggi-do, Korea

 

Kim, Y-H. (November 17, 2017). A breach of praise, Day Care Teacher Educational Seminar, Korea Childcare Promotion Institute, Suwon, Korea

 

Kim, Y. H. (October 18, 2017). Antecedents and levels of happiness among Seoulite, Academic Seminar of the Seoul Institute, Franciscan Education Center, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (July 1, 2017). A breach of praise, Day Care Teacher Educational Seminar, Korea Childcare Promotion Institute, Seoul, Korea

 

Kim, Y-H. (June 24, 2017). A breach of praise, Day Care Teacher Educational Seminar, Korea Childcare Promotion Institute, Jeju, Korea

 

Kim, Y. H. (September 22, 2016). Prejudice in the everyday lives and communication, Sales Academy Senior Leadership Educational Seminar of NEXEN TIRE, YBM ACADEMY, Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea

 

Kim, Y. H. (May 28, 2016). Face and low moral standards, The Il-Ga Memorial Foundation Morning Seminar, The Il-Ga Memorial Foundation, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (March 15, 2016). The role of self-control and praise in making a child’s dream come true. Yale Elementary School Parents Seminar, Yale Elementary School, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H. (November, 2016). Korean Culture, Morality, Physical Appearance, and Happiness, LG Academy, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H. (July 7, 2015). Know thyself: Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, Citizen Safety Guard Seminar, Seoul Metropolitan Fire and Disaster Headquarters, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H. (October, 16, 2014). Improving an organization’s HR function from the perspective of positive psychology, LG Academy, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H. (October, 1, 2014). Know thyself: Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, LG Academy, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. I. (June 16, 2014). How different parenting styles affect children’s social development: Korean culture, morality, physical appearance, and happiness. Yale Elementary School Parents Seminar, Yale Elementary School, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H. (October 22, 2013). Social inferences and judgements, Judicial Trainee Seminar, Judicial Research and Training Institute, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H. (September, 3, 2013). Know thyself: Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, Yale Elementary School Parents Seminar, Yale Elementary School, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H. (July, 23, 2013). Know thyself: Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, Hwajung Middle School Parents Seminar, Hwajung Middle School, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H. (November 15, 2012). Social inferences and judgements, Training Judges Seminar, Judicial Research and Training Institute, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H. (October, 17, 2012). Do we have to praise our students? Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, Yale Elementary School Teachers Seminar, Yale Elementary School, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H. (June 23, 2012). Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, Parenting Seminar, Seodaemun Liberal Arts College, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y. H (June, 13, 2012). Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, Yale Elementary School Parents Seminar, Baekshin High School, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

 

 

INVITED TALKS IN ACADEMIA

 

Kim, Y-H. (March 23, 2018). Know thyself: Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, Stress, Trauma, and Resilience Speaker Series, Center fo the Study of Stress, Trauma, and Resilience, Counseling and Psychological Services, College of Education and Human Development, Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA.

 

Kim, Y-H. (January 16, 2018). The paradox of lookism. Department of Psychology, Chung-Ang Universiy, Seoul, Korea.

 

Han, D., Kim, Y-H., & Lee, J. (November 19, 2016). What is beautiful is good?: Excessive concern for the physical appearance could undermine morality, 2016 Annual (Fall) Conference of Korean Society for Social and Personality Psychology, Korean Society for Social and Personality Psychology, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (June 23, 2016). The jury and abjury of my peers: The self in face and dignity cultures. Department of Psychology, BK+ Colloquium Series, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (November 2, 2015). Know thyself: Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, Global Leadership Colloquium Series, Kosin University, Busan, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (October 3, 2015). The jury and abjury of my peers: The self in face and dignity cultures. The Geography of Philosophy: Knowledge, Person, and Wisdom, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, USA.

 

Kim, Y-H. (August 20, 2015). Causes and attributions of security mishap from the perspective of face and dignity cultures, 2015 Annual Conference of Korean Psychological Association, Korean Psychological Association. Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (April 3, 2015). Know thyself: Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, Brownbag Series in Clinical and Counseling Psychology Program, Department of Psychology, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (November 29, 2014). Chair and discussant of the morning conference section. 2014 Annual (Fall) Conference of Korean Society for Social and Personality Psychology, Korean Society for Social and Personality Psychology, Cheongju, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (August 29, 2014). When do East Asians engage in immoral behaviors?: The basis of East Asians' morality from the perspective of Face and Dignity Cultures, 2014 Annual Conference of Korean Psychological Association, Korean Psychological Association, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (May 10, 2014). Know thyself: Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, 2014 Annual (Spring) Conference of Korean Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Korean Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (March 21, 2014). When do East Asians engage in immoral behaviors?: The basis of East Asians' morality from the perspective of Face and Dignity Cultures, Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Moral Psychology, Korea University & Rutgers University, Seoul, Korea.

 

Seo, M., Lee, J., Kim, Y-H. (December 7, 2013). When do East Asians engage in immoral behaviors?: The basis of East Asians' morality from the perspective of Face and Dignity Cultures. 2013 Annual (Fall) Conference of Korean Society for Social and Personality Psychology, Korean Society for Social and Personality Psychology, Cheongju, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (November 2, 2013). Know thyself: Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, 2013 Annual Conference of Korean Society for Developmental Psychology, Korean Society for Developmental Psychology, Hoseo University, Cheonan, Korea.

 

Joo, L., & Kim, Y-H. (2013, October 26). High concern for physical appearance undermines morality. The 7th East-Asia Law Psychology International Congress, Hallym University, Chuncheon, Korea.

 

Seo, M., & Kim, Y-H. (2013, October 26). When do East Asians engage in immoral behavior?: The basis of East Asians' morality from the perspective of face vs. dignity culture. The 7th East-Asia Law Psychology International Congress, Hallym University, Chuncheon, Korea.

 

Kung, F-y., Kim, Y-h, Yang, D-y., & Cheng, S-y (2013, June 13-15, 2013). Regulatory fit and work motivation: Insight from managers to give disciplinary message that fits. The Canadian Psychological Association’s 74th Annual Convention, Québec, Québec.

 

Kim, Y-H. (May 18, 2013). Know thyself: Misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective well-being, future performance, and achievement motivation, Graduate School of Education, Baekseok University, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (Feb 26, 2013). The jury and abjury of my peers: The self in face and dignity cultures. School of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University, Singapore.

 

Kim, Y-H., Oh, Y-T., & Lee, H-I (Feb 26, 2013). More moral corruption among East Asians. Department of Psychology, Singapore Management University, Singapore.

 

Spasovski, O., Kenig, N., Kim, Y-H (September 5-8, 2012). Past strikes again: Evaluation of the Past, and Subjective Well-being. First International Conference in Time Perspective, University of Coimbra, Portugal.

 

Wu, Hsiang-Yi., Duckworth, A-L., Kim, Y-H., & Chen, H-C (July 21-22, 2012). A cross-cultural study comparing self-control in Taiwanese and American adolescents. The Canadian Positive Psychology Association, Toronto, Canada

 

Kim, Y-H. (July 20, 2012). The jury and abjury of my peers: The way the self is defined in Face and Dignity cultures. 2012 International Student Academic Exchange Program, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kim, Y-H. (June 9, 2012). Chair and discussant of the morning conference section. 2012 Annual (Spring) Conference of Korean Society for Social and Personality Psychology, Korean Society for Social and Personality Psychology, Cheongju, Korea.

 

Zickgraf, H., Rozin, P., & Kim, Y-H (May 24-27, 2012). Physical cleanliness and moral decision-making: Moderation by private body consciousness, The 2012 APS Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, USA

 

Kim, Y-H. (October 24, 2011). The jury and abjury of my peers: The way the self is defined in Face and Dignity cultures. The Department of Psychology, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, USA

 

Kim, Y-H. (2011, September). The jury and abjury of my peers: The way the self is defined in Face and Dignity cultures. The Department of Psychology, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

 

Kim, Y-H. (2011, March). The jury and abjury of my peers: The way the self is defined in Face and Dignity cultures. The Department of Psychology, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, USA

 

Kim, Y-H. (2010, December). The jury and abjury of my peers: The way the self is defined in Face and Dignity cultures. The Department of Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA

 

Kim, Y-H. (2010, November). Know thyself: Motivated misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective wellbeing, future performance, and achievement motivation. The Department of Psychology, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, USA

 

Kim, Y-H. (2010, October). When are Asian Americans happy with their lives?: Mental health of Asian Americans. Asian Pacific American Heritage Week, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

 

Kim, Y-H. (2010, March). The jury and abjury of my peers: The way the self is defined in Face and Dignity cultures. The Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

 

Kim, Y-H. (2010, March). The jury and abjury of my peers: The way the self is defined in Face and Dignity cultures. The Department of Psychology, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, USA

 

Kim, Y-H. (2010, February). The jury and abjury of my peers: The way the self is defined in Face and Dignity cultures. The Department of Psychology, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL, USA

 

Kim, Y-H., & Cohen, D (2010, January). The jury and abjury of my peers: The way the self is defined in Face and Dignity cultures. The Department of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, USA

 

Kim, Y-H., & Cohen, D. (2010, January). What if someone thinks you are dumb, immoral, or not socialA cross-cultural investigation of cognition, emotion, and behavioral judgments. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Zou, Z., Chiu, C-Y., & Kim, Y-H. (2010, September). Accuracy and bias in social perception: Their roles in interpersonal popularity. Annual Meeting of Chinese Social Psychology Association, Hohhot, China.

 

Cohen, D., Kim, Y-H., & Au, W-T. (2009, July). The jury and abjury of my peers: The self in Dignity and Face cultures. The Department of Psychology, Singapore Management University, Singapore.

 

Kim, Y-H., & Chiu, C-Y (2009, September). Know thyself: Motivated misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective wellbeing, future performance, and achievement motivation. The Social, Personality, and Industrial-Organizational Psychology Colloquium Series, the Department of Psychology, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL.

 

Chiu, C-y., & Kim, Y-H. (2009). Know thyself: Motivated misperceptions of actual performance undermine subjective wellbeing, future performance, and achievement motivation. National Tsinghua University, Taiwan

 

 

Kim, Y-H. (2008, March). The jury and abjury of my peersThe role of public representations in defining the self. Cultural Psychology Conference, University of Michigan.

 

Kim, Y-H., & Chiu, C-y. (2007, October). Is positive self-perception beneficial? Cognitive Science of Teaching and Learning Conference, College of Education, University of Illinois.

 

Kim, Y-H. (2007, April). Take it or leave it: Seeing the self through another’s eyes. Cultural Psychology Conference, University of Illinois.

Chiu, C-y., & Kim, Y-H. (2006, May). Do Chinese self-enhance? Guanghua School of Management at Peking University, Beijing, China.

 

Chiu, C-y., & Kim, Y-H. (2006, May). East Asians’ self-enhancement and its consequences for mental health and academic performance. Center of Behavioral Health, Hong Kong.

 

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

 

Kim, s., Han, D., Kim, Y-H. (2018, March 3). Physical beauty vs. intrinsic beauty: Putting too high valuation on attractiveness can lead to immoral behavior. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

 

Kim, SM., Kim, S., Han, D., & Kim, Y-H. (2018, March 3). Does concern for appearance undermine morality? Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

 

Heo, C., & Kim, Y-H. (2018, March 3). Different role of strong ties and weak ties in well-being. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

 

Park, Y., Heo, C., Kim, J., Rice, K. G., & Kim, Y-H. (2018, March 3). How does perfectionism affect academic performance? Examining the role of accurate self-assessment as a mediator. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

 

Kim, S., Han, D., Nam, Y., & Kim, Y-H. (2017, January 19). Contrary effects of emotion suppression in different cultures. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX.

 

Kwon, H., Guerra, D., Kim, J., Kim, Y-H. (2017 January 19). The remains of the belief in a single-ethnicity nation and the not-yet-perfect multiculturalism: Importance of parents’ nationality in judging others’ national identity in South Korea and the United States. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX.

 

Han, D., Kwon, H., Kim, Y-H. (2017, January 19). Say “I am sorry” to East Asians, so that your excuse works. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX.

 

Nam, Y., Lee, H., Kim, Y-H (2017 January 19). Cultural differences on the effects of framing consumers’ reviews on one’s intention to purchase. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, TX.

 

Lee, J., & Kim, Y-H. (2016, August 19). What causes the cultural difference in self-enhancement?: Examining the discrepancy between self-perception and expression, and the moderation effect of self-esteem. 2016 Annual Conference of Korean Psychological Association, Gunsan, Korea.

 

Han, D., Lee, J., & Kim, Y-H. (2016, August 2). Excessive Attention to Physical Appearance Can Undermine Morality. 23rd International Congress of International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Nagoya, Japan.

 

Kim, S., Han, D., & Kim, Y-H. (2016, August 2). A Turnabout in the Effects of Emotion Suppression on Mental Health. 23rd International Congress of International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Nagoya, Japan.

 

Kwan, H., & Kim, Y-H. (2016, August 2). Negative Effects of Emotion Suppression Show the Same Pattern and Underlying Mechanism Among Americans and Hong Kong Chinese. 23rd International Congress of International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Nagoya, Japan.

 

Nam, Y., Lee, H., & Kim, Y-H. (2016, August 2). What is the Maximum Number of “Not Recommended” You Can Allow?: Cultural Differences in the Extent of Attribute Framing Effect.  23rd International Congress of International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Nagoya, Japan.

 

Seo, M., & Kim, Y-H. (2016, August 2). Same Performance, Different Self-Judgment: A Cross-Cultural Difference in the Effect of Audience Size on Perceived Social Reputation and Self-Judgment. 23rd International Congress of International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Nagoya, Japan.

 

Seo, M., & Kim, Y-H. (2016, January 28). Bigger audience, bigger failure: A cross-cultural difference in self-judgments when performing poorly in a large vs. small audience. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA.

 

Kwan, H., & Kim, Y-H. (2016, January 28). Positive affect mediates the negative effects of emotion suppression in Americans and Hong Kong Chinese. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA.

 

Han, D., Lee, J., & Kim, Y-H. (2016, January 28). Paying excessive attention to our look may bring in some critical costs: The relationship between concern for physical appearance and morality. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA.

 

Nam, Y., Lee, H., & Kim, Y-H. (2016, January 28). How does quantity of reviews affect intention to purchase when proportion of positive and negative review is fixed? Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA.

 

Nam, Y., & Kim, Y-H. (2015, August 22). Effects of emotion suppression on life satisfaction in Americans and Chinese. 2015 Annual Conference of Korean Psychological Association, Seoul, Korea.

 

Lee, J., & Kim, Y-H. (2015, August 22). What does self-esteem refer to? An empirical support for self-esteem as desire for positive self-evaluation, but not as possession of positive self-evaluation. 2015 Annual Conference of Korean Psychological Association, Seoul, Korea.

 

Seo, D., & Kim, Y-H. (2015, August 22). He is smarter when he looks smart in front of many vs. a few othersImpact of perceived social reputation on target appraisal in a cross-cultural context. 2015 Annual Conference of Korean Psychological Association, Seoul, Korea.

 

Kwan, H., & Kim, Y-H. (2015, August 22). Why and to whom bottling up emotions is bad for psychological well-being?: A cultural look. 2015 Annual Conference of Korean Psychological Association, Seoul, Korea.

 

Seo, M., & Kim, Y-H. (2015, August 22). I Am Dumber When I Look Dumb in Front of Many (vs. Few) Others: A Cross-Cultural Difference in How Audience Size Affects Perceived Social Reputation and Self-Judgments. 2015 Annual Conference of Korean Psychological Association, Seoul, Korea.

 

Lee, J., & Kim, Y-H. (2015, February 27). Beauty and Virtue, can they coexist? High concern for physical appearance undermines morality. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA, USA.

 

Nam, Y., Kim, Y-H., & Tam, K. (2015, February 27). Emotion suppression causes detrimental effects on psychological well-being for both European-Americans and East Asians. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA, USA.

 

Lee, H., Seo, M., & Kim, Y-H. (2015, February 27). Being positive is not always good: Unrealistic positive self-evaluation and positive feedback predict poor performance and mental health, Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA, USA.

 

Seo, M., Kim, Y-H., & Na, J. (2015, February 27). When do people engage in immoral behaviors? Exploring cross-cultural differences in the foundation of morality from the perspective of Face vs. dignity cultures. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA, USA.

 

Seo, D., & Kim, Y-H. (2015, February 27). Appraising performance of others in Face and Dignity cultures. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA, USA.

 

Lee, J., Seo, M., & Kim, Y-H. (2014, February 15). What does self-esteem refer to? An empirical support for self-esteem as desire for positive self-evaluation, but not as possession of positive self-evaluation. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, Texas, USA.

 

Seo, M., Lee, H., & Kim, Y-H. (2014, February 15). To positive is as bad as too negative: The effect of positive performance feedback on student's performance and mental health. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, Texas, USA.

 

Lee, H., Seo, M., & Kim, Y-H. (2014, February 15). A Dark Side of Positive Self-Evaluations: Unrealistic Positive Self-Perceptions Predict Poor Psychological Health and Intellectual Performance. Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, Texas, USA.

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