Mark Chae, PhD - Author, Psychologist, Researcher and Graduate Faculty

Researcher at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

Nationality

American

Current location

United States

Work category

Education and Training

Education

PhD/Doctorate

Profile Activity

Psychologist and author Mark Chae has written multiple articles regarding the increasing inclusion of minorities in North American society. In his article “Gender and Ethnicity in Identity Formation,” featured in The New Jersey Journal of Professional Counseling, Mark Chae discusses how ethnic minorities shape themselves in connection with their gender and individual cultures mixing with the mainstream American culture. Mark Chae explains why he believes the combination of gender and race ultimately influence identity formation.

Mark Chae, PhD's Professional Experience

Mark Chae, PhD's Education and Qualifications

2004

PhD/Doctorate - Psychology

Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ

Achievement: Nominated Outstanding Graduate Student by Seton Hall University PhD Faculty.

1998

Masters/PostGrad - EdM/ Counseling Psychology

Columbia University

1997

Masters/PostGrad - MA/Applied Psychology

Columbia University

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