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Park Joonha

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Park Joonha

Biography

I was educated at Korea University, Seoul, Korea, for bachelors degree (psychology) and at the University of Melbourne, Australia, for bachelors in Honours (social psychology) and doctoral degree (social and cultural psychology). My research has embraced intergroup dehumanisation, biased self-perception (self-humanising, self-enhancement), lay people's concepts about what it means to be human across cultures, multiculturalism in Japan, and various social and cultural issues in East Asia with a special focus on heterogeneity within the cultural region. Current research topics include cultural change and psychological well-being in Korea and Japan, acculturation attitudes and strategies in Japan, relational self in Asian groups, group happiness across cultures, and narcissism and religiosity across cultures.

Research Interests

Psychology (embraced intergroup dehumanisation etc.)

Final Education

Ph.D., University of Melbourne

Academic Papers

  • Joonha Park (2021) Humor Styles are related to Loneliness across 15 Countries. Europe’s Journal of Psychology
  • Joonha Park (2021) Lockdown lives: A longitudinal study of inter-relationships among feelings of loneliness, social contacts, and solidarity during the COVID-19 lockdown in early 2020. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
  • Joonha Park (2021) Intergenerational conflicts of interest and prosocial behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic. Personality and Individual Differences
  • Joonha Park (2021) Alcohol-impaired Walking in 16 Countries: A Theory-Based Investigation. Accident Analysis & Prevention
  • Joonha Park (2021) Societal emotional environments and cross-cultural differences in life satisfaction: A forty-nine country study. Journal of Positive Psychology
  • Joonha Park (2021) Negative emotions about climate change are related to insomnia symptoms and mental health: Cross-sectional evidence from 25 countries. Current Psychology
  • Joonha Park (2020) Intergenerational conflicts of interest and prosocial behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic. Personality and Individual Differences
  • Joonha Park (2020) Personal life satisfaction as a measure of societal happiness is an individualistic presumption: Evidence from fifty countries. Journal of Happiness Studies
  • Joonha Park (2020) Structure of Dark Triad Dirty Dozen Across Eight World Regions. Assessment
  • Joonha Park (2020) Country-Level Correlates of the Dark Triad traits in 49 Countries. Journal of Personality
  • Joonha Park (2020) Cultural Influences on Social Information Processing: Hostile Attributions in the United States, Poland, and Japan. Journal of Personality Assessment
  • Joonha Park (2020) Happiness and Hostile Attributions in a Cross-Cultural Context: The Importance of Interdependence. Journal of Happiness Studies
  • Joonha Park (2019) Differential Relationships of Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being with Self-Control and Long-Term Orientation. Japanese Psychological Research
  • Joonha Park (2019) Predictors of Life Satisfaction in Australia: A study drawing upon annual data from the Gallup World Poll . Australian Psychologist
  • Joonha Park (2019) Humor Styles across 28 Countries. Current Psychology
  • Joonha Park (2019) Public views of the Sustainable Development Goals across countries. Nature Sustainability
  • Joonha Park (2019) Belief in a Zero-Sum Game and Subjective Well-Being Across 35 Countries. Current Psychology
  • Joonha Park (2019) Predictors of Life Satisfaction in a Large Nationally Representative Japanese Sample. Social Science Research
  • Joonha Park (2019) Family Well-Being is Valued More than Personal Well-Being: A Four-Country Study. Current Psychology
  • Joonha Park (2019) Putting the 'We' into Well-being: Using Collectivism-themed Measures of Well-being Attenuates Well-being’s Association with Individualism. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/1467839x
  • Joonha Park (2019) What Predicts Household Waste Management Behaviors? Culture and Type of Behavior as Moderators. Resources, Conservation & Recycling
  • Joonha Park (2018) The importance of national levels of eudaimonic well-being to life satisfaction in old age: a global study. Quality of Life Research
  • Joonha Park (2018) Directionality of the relationship between social well-being and subjective well-being: evidence from a 20-year longitudinal study. Quality of Life Research
  • Joonha Park (2018) The mental health continuum-short form: The structure and application for cross-cultural studies–A 38 nation study. Journal of Clinical Psychology
  • Joonha Park (2017) Cross-Cultural Comparison of Self-Construal and Well-Being between Japan and South Korea: The Role of Self-Focused and Other-Focused Relational Selves. Frontiers in Psychology
  • Joonha Park (2017) On the Relation Between Social Dominance Orientation and Environmentalism. Social Psychological and Personality Science
  • Joonha Park (2017) Catching up with wonderful women: The women-are-wonderful effect is smaller in more gender egalitarian societies. International Journal of Psychology
  • Joonha Park (2016) Understanding workplace adaptation as an acculturation process: A qualitative examination of South Korean highly skilled workers in Japan. International Journal of Psychological Studies 8 (4)
  • Joonha Park (2016) Measurement Invariance of Personal Well-Being Index(PWI-8) Across 26 Countries. Journal of Happiness Studies
  • Joonha Park (2016) Be Careful Where You Smile: Culture Shapes Judgments of Intelligence and Honesty of Smiling Individuals. Journal of Nonverbal Behaviour

Grants

  • (2020) A Japan-China-Korea comparative study of the diversity of postnatal childcare support for women and the impact on well-being of mothers and children. JSPS Co-researcher

Book & Case Publishing

  • Joonha Park, Gyuseog Han (2018) Collectivism and the development of indigenous psychology in South Korea . Routledge