Benjamin Cheung is a lecturer in the Department of Psychology, teaching courses primarily on research methodology, social psychology, and cultural psychology. He came as a settler on unceded Musqueam territory from the former British colony of Hong Kong, and has been interested in acculturation and bicultural identity ever since.

As an undergraduate student at UBC, he majored in Psychology (with an emphasis on cultural psychology), and Asian Language and Culture (with a specialization in Korean). He obtained his MA and Ph.D. at UBC, working on projects related to cultural adaptation. Understanding the intersection of cultural environment, cultural identity, and cultural experience has always been an interest of his. He hopes to continuing learning as an affiliated faculty with ACAM.

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Term 1:

PSYC 307 001: Cultural Psychology

PSYC 307 003: Cultural Psychology

These courses fulfill ACAM List B credits.

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