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Faculty Profiles

Name Ji-yeon Lee, Associate Professor,
Counseling Psychology, Graduate School of Education, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Vice Chair of the External Affairs, Korean Counseling Psychological Association
Director of University Counseling Center, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Education Ph. D. Purdue University (Counseling Psychology)
Clinical licenseL. P., (Licensed Psychologist) in the State of New York, U.S.A. Counselor License 1st Grade, Korean Counseling Psychological Association
Previous PositionUniversity of Texas (Assistant Professor); Seton Hall University (Assistant Professor)
Phone02) 2173 - 3086
Research TeamHUFS Psychology Research Lab

Selected Publications

  Shin, Y., & Lee, J-Y. (2020). South Korea’s proactive approach to the COVID-19 global crisis. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy


  Lee, J-Y., Shin, S-S., & Lee, S-H. (2019). Quality of life for North Korean female refugees: the influence of physical health, PTSD, and social support. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology


  김은하, 신윤정, 이지연. (2019). 상담전공대학원생을 위한 다문화 상담 교과 과정개발 연구. 한국심리학회지: 상담 및 심리치료, 31(4), 1321-1364.

  Lee, J-Y., & Ko, D-W. (2019). Loneliness, regulatory focus, inter-personal competence, and online game addiction: A moderated mediation model, Internet Research.

Shin, Y., & Lee, J-Y. (2019). Self-reflection, Self-rumination, and Career Adaptability as Predictors of College Students’ Career Anxiety, The Career Development Quarterly.

Shin, Y., & Lee, J-Y. (2017). Understanding of College Students’ Career Decision Self-Efficacy: The Role of Classism, Modern Sexism, and Locus of Control. Journal of Career Assessment.

Slaten, C., Zachary., E., Lee, J-Y., Yough, M. S., & Scalise, D. (2016). Belonging on campus: A qualitative inquiry of Asian International Students. The Counseling Psychologist. 44(3), 383-410.

Shin, Y., & Lee, J-Y. (2016). Attachment, Career-Choice Pessimism, and Intrinsic Motivation as Predictors of College Students’ Career Adaptability, Journal of Career Development. doi: 10.1177/0894845316653472

Lee, J-Y., & Montelongo, R. (2016). Caregiving and care-receiving in transition to older adulthood: Integrating an attachment theory perspective, Journal of Religion, Spirituality & Aging, doi: 10.1080/15528030.2015.1092487.

Lee, J-Y., & Pistole, M. C. (2014). Place attachment and gossip as predictors of international students’ socio-cultural adjustment. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 36(4), 345-359.

Lee, J-Y., & Pistole, M. C. (2012). Predictors of satisfaction in geographically close and long-distance relationships. Journal of Counseling Psychology. 59, 303-313. doi: 10.1037/a0027563

Teegarden, D., Lee, J-Y., Adedokun, L., Childress, Amy., Parker, L., Jensen, J., Adams, R., & Burgess, W. (2011). Preparing future cancer prevention researchers: Overview and preliminary evaluation of interdisciplinary cancer prevention interdisciplinary education program at Purdue University. Journal of Cancer Education, 26, 626-632. doi: 10.1007/s13187-011-0232-0

Terjesen, M. D., Sciutto, M. J., Antonopoulou, K., Drake, B., Lee, J-Y., Keetam, K. A., Kucerova, A., Schmiedeler, S., & Shaker. N. (2016). Cross-cultural differences in knowledge and misconceptions in relation to teacher training and experience, comparisons of Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Iraq, Korea, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, U.S., and Vietnam. International Perspectives in Psychology, 5(1), 34-50.

Wachter, C., Taub D. J., Servaty-Seib, H. L., Lee, J-Y., Miles, N., Werdon, D. L., & Prieto-Welch, S. L. (2015). Expanding Capacity for Suicide Prevention: The ALIVE @ Purdue Train-the-Trainers Program. Journal of Counseling and Development. 56(8), 846-851.

Zucchero, R. A., Iwasaki, M., Lewis, M. M., Lee, J-Y., & Robbins, M. (2014). Social Justice Training within Geropsychology: Using non-traditional pedagogies to cultivate a future competent workforce, The Counseling Psychologist. 42 (7), 946-971.


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