Liu, C.H., Chen, S.H., Bohr, Y., Wang, L., & Tronick, E. (In press). Exploring the assumptions of attachment theory across cultures: The practice of transnational separation among Chinese immigrant parents and children. Meaning and methods in the study and assessment of attachment. In: Contextualizing Attachment: The Cultural Nature of Attachment., ed. H. Keller and K.A. Bard. Strüngmann Forum Reports, vol. 22, J. Lupp, series editor. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Bohr, V., Liu, C.H., Chen, S.H., & Wang, L. (In press). Satellite Babies: Costs and benefits of culturally driven parent-infant separations in North American immigrant families. In M. Guzman, J. Brown, C. Edwards (Eds.), Parenting From Afar. Oxford University Press.
Jin, E., Wang, L., Liang, J., Liu, C.H., Chen, S.H. (2017, April). Acculturation and emotion language in Chinese immigrant parents’ discussion of family separations. Poster accepted for presentation at the 2017 Biennial Meeting, Society for Research in Child Development, Austin.
Yang, X., Liang, Y., Wang, L., Liu, C., & Chen, S.H. (2017, May). Multigenerational Households and BMI in Chinese Immigrant Families: Findings from Two Transnational Contexts. Poster accepted for presentation at the 2017 Annual Convention, Association for Psychological Science, Boston.
Chen, S.H. & Liu, C. (2017). “Past, Current, and Future Social Status: Relations to Immigrant Parents’ Stress and Well-Being”. Symposium to be presented, “How Do Culture and Social Processes ‘Get Under the Skin’?: Targeting the HPA-Axis in Cultural Relationship Science”. Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston.
Effects of Transnational Separation on the Development of Chinese Immigrant Children. Chair: Stephen H. Chen Panelists: Yvonne Bohr, Rui Fu, Cindy Liu, Leslie Wang. Paper symposium to be conducted at the 2017 SRCD Biennial Convention.
Liu, C.H., & Zhang, X. (April, 2017). Chinese immigrant parents and children reunified after transnational separation: Reasons for separation and family outcomes. Paper presentation in Effects of Transnational Separation on the Development of Chinese Immigrant Children symposium. Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.
Zhang, X., Liu, C.H., Wang, L., Chen, S. (July, 2016). Sending babies back to China: Parental reasons and feelings, and children’s outcomes from transnational separation. Paper presentation in Parental Migration and Child Development across Diverse Migration Contexts. International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Vilnius, Lithuania.
Liu, C.H., Wang, L., Chen, S., & Zhang, X. (July 2016). Sending babies back to China: Understanding the decisions and outcomes of transnational migration in Chinese immigrant families. Harvard Catalyst Retreat, Boston, MA.
Using policy, community and academy connections to address contemporary migration in Asian immigrant families Chair: Stephen H. Chen. Panelists: Yvonne Bohr, Rui Fu, Cindy Liu, & Samuel Tsoi. Roundtable conducted at the 2014 SRCD Special Topic Meeting: Strengthening Connections among Child and Family Research, Policy and Practice. Alexandria, VA.
Developing a Research-Community Mental Health Collaboration in Boston Chinatown: Visions, Challenges, and Future Directions . Chair Stephen H. Chen . Panelists: Cindy Liu & Giles Li. Interactive session moderated at the 2014 Annual Convention, Asian American Psychological Association.