I have a wide range of hobbies (traveling, taking public transportations in everywhere I visit, cooking, listening to music and going to music performances, ), and I particularly enjoy reading books. The book that I recently read is a novel written by a young Korean woman, titled Kim Ji-young, Born 1982 (Korean: 82년생 김지영). If you are interested in a complicated intersection among culture, family, and really strict gender role expectations, you’ll enjoy it a lot! Highly recommended!
- Ph.D. (2015) University of California, Berkeley
- M.A. (2010) University of California, Berkeley
- M.A. (2008) San Francisco State University
- B.A. (2000) Kumamoto University (Kumamoto, Japan)
- Parenting self-efficacy
- Family-school-community collaboration
- Sociocultural factors that affect parenting and child development
- Preschool teacher characteristics and relational factors associated with their well-being
- Educational research (quantitative, qualitative, community-based research, action research)
- Young children and families in a diverse society
- Research method
- Quantitative data analysis
Acting Member, Partnerships for Education, Articulation, and Coordination through Higher Education (PEACH) [Cross-sector higher education collaborative]
Nagase, A., Virmani, E. A., & Hatton-Bowers, H.(Submitted, accepted). Title: Examining associations between preschool teacher's self-efficacy beliefs, work-related stress, and job satisfaction. 17th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health (WIMH). Brisbane, Australia.
Nagase, A., Ahn, H., Schonleber, N., & Kim, S. (2018, July). Title: Preschool teacher characteristics and relational factors associated with well-being in the US, Korea, and Japan. Presented at the 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, the University of Guelph, Canada.
Nagase, A. & Kim, S. (2018, July). Title: Development and validation of a Revised Version of the Berkeley Parenting Self-efficacy Scale for the fathers and mothers in South Korea. Presented at the 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, the University of Guelph, Canada.