Sun No's research interests include bicultural/multicultural identity
negotiation, cultural inauthenticity, immigration/acculturation and intergroup relations,
and psychological essentialism. She teaches courses on cultural psychology, Asian
American psychology, social psychology, and research methods. 

EDUCATION: B.A., University of California at Berkeley; M.A., University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign; Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 

Sun No has been teaching at Macalester since 2008. 

Journal Articles

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Dynamic Interracial/Intercultural Processes: The Role of Lay Theories of Race (with Melody Manchi Chao and Ying-yi Hong), Journal of Personality (2009)
 

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Lay theory of race affects and moderates Asian Americans’ responses to American culture. (with Ying-yi Hong, Hsin-Ya Liao, Kyoungmi Lee, Dustin Wood, and Melody M. Chao), Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2008)
 

Contributions to Books

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Bicultural identity negotiation (with Ching Wan, Melody Manchi Chao, and Jennifer L. Rosner), Cultural Processes: A Social Psychological Perspective (2011)
 

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Self-definitional functions of culture (with Ching Wan, Karl Dach-Gruschow, and Ying-yi Hong), Cultural Processes: A Social Psychological Perspective (2011)
 

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What I know in my mind and where my heart belongs : multicultural identity negotiation and its cognitive consequences (with Carmit T. Tadmor, Ying-yi Hong, and Chi-yue Chiu), The psychology of social and cultural diversity (2010)
 

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Multicultural identities (with Y. Hong, C. Wan, and C. Chiu), Handbook of Cultural Psychology (2007)