chinese american participants needed for psychology study

I recently heard from Pei-Han Cheng, a doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program at Teachers College, Columbia University, who needs some help with a research study examining Chinese Americans' acculturation experiences in the United States. Here's some more information:
I am interested in understanding the extent to which Chinese
Americans’ acculturation experiences as well as the acculturative
stress they undertake influence their mental health. It is my hope to
apply the research results to the future psychology movement and
psychological practice for the Chinese American population. If you met
the criteria for this study (please see below) and could spare 10-15
minutes to complete this anonymous web-based survey, I would truly
appreciate it.

Eligibility Criteria to participate in this survey:

** Must self identify as Chinese immigrant/American with a Chinese, Taiwanese, Hong Kongese, or other descent.

** Must be at least 18 years old.

A number of safeguards will be in place to protect your identity. No names will be associated with the data at any time and all data will be coded with a number to preserve anonymity.

Thank you very much for your consideration of this invitation! Please feel free to forward this email to potential participants!
Perhaps you are a Chinese American and fit the criteria. You can help Pei-Han out with this research. To take the online survey, go here: Acculturation, Acculturative Stress, and Mental Health of Chinese Immigrants in the United States. For further information about the study, contact Pei-Han Cheng at chengpeihan@gmail.com.

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