Virginia W. Huynh, Ph.D.

2011 University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Developmental Psychology, Asian American Studies, Hispanic American Studies
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Andrew Fuligni grad student 2011 UCLA
 (Ethnic Microaggressions and the Health and Well-being of Latino and Asian American Adolescents.)
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Huynh VW, Rahal D, Mercado E, et al. (2019) Discrimination and health: A dyadic approach. Journal of Health Psychology. 1359105319857171
Majeno A, Tsai KM, Huynh VW, et al. (2017) Discrimination and Sleep Difficulties during Adolescence: The Mediating Roles of Loneliness and Perceived Stress. Journal of Youth and Adolescence
Huynh VW, Guan SA, Almeida DM, et al. (2016) Everyday discrimination and diurnal cortisol during adolescence. Hormones and Behavior. 80: 76-81
Gillen-O'Neel C, Huynh VW, Fuligni AJ. (2013) To study or to sleep? The academic costs of extra studying at the expense of sleep. Child Development. 84: 133-42
Huynh VW. (2012) Ethnic microaggressions and the depressive and somatic symptoms of Latino and Asian American adolescents. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 41: 831-46
Huynh VW, Fuligni AJ. (2012) Perceived ethnic stigma across the transition to college. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 41: 817-30
Lopez AB, Huynh VW, Fuligni AJ. (2011) A longitudinal study of religious identity and participation during adolescence. Child Development. 82: 1297-309
Brown CS, Alabi BO, Huynh VW, et al. (2011) Ethnicity and gender in late childhood and early adolescence: group identity and awareness of bias. Developmental Psychology. 47: 463-71
Huynh VW, Fuligni AJ. (2010) Discrimination hurts: The academic, psychological, and physical well-being of adolescents Journal of Research On Adolescence. 20: 916-941
Mistry RS, White ES, Benner AD, et al. (2009) A longitudinal study of the simultaneous influence of mothers' and teachers' educational expectations on low-income youth's academic achievement. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 38: 826-38
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