Rena Song teaches in the School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy as an Affiliate Assistant professor. She has a background in human development and statistics and research methods from the University of Pennsylvania. Her clinical and research focus is in culture/community psychology. She is interested in the use of quantitative and qualitative methods to develop measures that better capture the experiences of minority groups.
Attachment as moderator of perceived social-class discrimination on behavioral outcomes among Chinese migrant children. Forgiveness in indigenous psychological research.