Assessment of Disabled Asian Americans' Attitudes: Culture and Disability

Current Health Psychology student and Ph.D. candidate Sydney Tran is in search of Asian American adults (individuals over the age of 18) that live in the United States and are faced with any type of disability (including physical, cognitive, neurological, vision, hearing, speech, psychiatric, chronic health condition, or any other disability).

The study being conducted is on disabled Asian Americans' attitudes about culture and disability.

Recruitment for this study has begun this month and will go on through the month of December.

You can complete the Qualtrics screener survey to participate here!

To learn about ethnic groups within these categories and why the focus is on Asian Americans, check out this flyer or keep reading below.


Which Ethnic Groups Do These Regions Include?

East  Asia: Chinese Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Taiwanese

Southeast Asia: Brunein Burmese, Cambodian, Filipino, Hmong, Indonesian, Laotian, Malaysian, Mien, Singaporean, Timorese, Thai, Vietnamese

South Asia: Afghan, Bangladeshi, Bhutanese, Indian, Iranian, Maldivians, Nepali, Pakistani, Sri Lanken

Why Is This Study Focused on Asian Americans?

  1.  Asian Americans represent the fastest growing racial or ethnic group in the United States
  2. "Asian American" refers to a diverse group with origins from more than 40 countries.
  3. ​​​​​​​ Research on mental health among Asian Americans with disabilities is scarce.
If you have any questions, please contact Sydney Tran at