Survey on Cultural Identity and Psychological Well-Being of Bicultural Individuals


My name is Jason Wu and I am a Counseling Psychology doctoral candidate at Washington State University, completing my dissertation under the guidance of Dr. Brian McNeill. I would like to invite any bicultural adults (18+, bicultural individuals defined as people who have been exposed to and identify with two distinct cultures, including ethnic minorities, immigrants, refugees, international students, expatriates, indigenous people, and mixed-ethnic persons) to respond to a briefsurvey. Based on your group’s mission statement and values, I thought that some of your members might be interested in participating in my research. Your responses to this survey are important and will help further research that examines the role of cultural identity in the psychological wellbeing of bicultural individuals.

This is a short survey and should take you about 20 to 30 minutes to thoughtfully complete. If you have already completed the survey, I appreciate your participation. If you have not yet responded to the survey, I encourage you to take a few minutes and complete the survey.

Please click on the link below to go to the survey website (or copy and paste the survey link into your Internet browser). If you prefer to complete a hard copy of the questionnaire, please contact me at jason.wu@

Survey Link:

Your participation in this survey is entirely voluntary and all of your responses will be anonymous. No personally identifiable information will be associated with your responses in any reports of this data. In addition, this study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at Washington State University. Should you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact me at or 626-261-9091.

Your response is important and highly valued. Also, I would ask that you please consider sharing this message with other bicultural individuals above the age of 18. It is only through the help of individuals like yourself that we can produce important research regarding the intersections of culture and psychological wellbeing. Thank you for your help by completing the survey.

NOTE: I absolutely do not mean to violate any rules of your group and will immediately remove this post if any administrators deem it inappropriate, as well as apologize for intruding on your page.

Jason Wu, B.A.
Doctoral Candidate
Washington State University

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