2022 The Boston Globe “Still cautious, many older residents trim back their lifestyles in the
2022 News@Northeastern “Luxury spending during the pandemic”
2022 News@Northeastern “How to turn new year’s resolutions into long-term solutions”
2021 News@Northeastern “Untested, Instagram’s new teen safety measures may not work”
2021 Mills College Common Read Book Panel
2021 Psychonomic Society Digital Associate Editor Interview
2021 All Things Cognition podcasts
2012 Interview in Mills Quarterly: The Persistence of Memory.
2011 Interview in the Campanil Newspaper: Memories of the Japan Disaster.
(Distinguished Member Award in 2009).
2009 Featured in Mills Quarterly: Alumnae Association of Mills College presentation.
Keynote Talks and Invited Addresses
2021 Founders Society Panelist. Mills faculty representative for Northeastern partnership.
2021 Pump-Up program trainer at West Virginia University (mentorship program designed
for underrepresented students in Psychology).
2021 Mills Asians and Asian Americans Together (AAAT) Commencement speaker.
2020 Lecture on "Cross-cultural Cognition" at Stanford University Medical School.
2020 APA Mentor for minority students in Psychology.
2017-2019 Guest speaker at many Senior Peer/Caregiver events in the City of Fremont.
2015-2016 Speaker for the Amazing CARE network events in LA and SF, CA.
2014 Keynote speaker for Honors Transfer Council of California.
2014 Keynote speaker for STEM Lecture Series at Piner Highschool, Santa Rosa, CA.
2007-2014 Keynote/guest speaker for events related to memory and aging around the world, e.g., Bay Area, Hawaii, Colorado, Oregon, Illinois, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
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