His main research concerns Social psychology, Ecological systems theory, Developmental psychology, Suicide prevention and Injury prevention. His study in the fields of Sexual minority under the domain of Social psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Peer victimization. His research investigates the connection between Ecological systems theory and topics such as School environment that intersect with issues in Social connectedness.
Jun Sung Hong has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Structural equation modeling, Socioeconomic status, Substance abuse and Clinical psychology. Injury prevention is closely attributed to Human factors and ergonomics in his research. The Psychological abuse research Jun Sung Hong does as part of his general Child abuse study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Intervention, Research design and Gerontology, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Suicide prevention, Social psychology and Injury prevention. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Intervention, Structural equation modeling and Social work. In his study, Depression is inextricably linked to Mental health, which falls within the broad field of Clinical psychology.
His work on Suicide prevention is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Human factors and ergonomics. His work on Ecological systems theory and Sexual minority as part of his general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Context and Child abuse, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The Ecological systems theory study combines topics in areas such as Social support and Criminology.
Jun Sung Hong spends much of his time researching Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Peer victimization, African american and Criminology. Suicide prevention, Injury prevention, Occupational safety and health and Human factors and ergonomics are fields of study that overlap with his Clinical psychology research. The various areas that he examines in his Developmental psychology study include Intervention and Race.
His Criminology study which covers Vulnerability that intersects with Social issues. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Economic hardship and Social psychology in his work. While working in this field, Jun Sung Hong studies both Social psychology and Perspective.
Jun Sung Hong focuses on Clinical psychology, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Occupational safety and health. His work in Clinical psychology tackles topics such as Empirical research which are related to areas like Criminology, School violence and Self-esteem. His work on Sexual abuse is typically connected to Young adult, Corporal punishment and Depression as part of general Injury prevention study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Jun Sung Hong incorporates Human factors and ergonomics and Public health in his research. His study on Peer victimization is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Social work and Developmental psychology. His studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Mental health and Human geography.
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A review of research on bullying and peer victimization in school: An ecological system analysis☆
Jun Sung Hong;Dorothy L. Espelage.
Aggression and Violent Behavior (2012)
Risk and Protective Factors for Homophobic Bullying in Schools: An Application of the Social–Ecological Framework
Jun Sung Hong;James Garbarino.
Educational Psychology Review (2012)
Social Media as a Vector for Youth Violence: A Review of the Literature
Desmond Upton Patton;Jun Sung Hong;Megan Ranney;Sadiq Patel.
Computers in Human Behavior (2014)
Family violence, bullying, fighting, and substance use among adolescents: A longitudinal mediational model.
Dorothy L. Espelage;Sabina Low;Mrinalini A. Rao;Jun S. Hong.
Journal of Research on Adolescence (2014)
An Ecological Understanding of Kinship Foster Care in the United States
Jun Sung Hong;Carl L. Algood;Yu Ling Chiu;Stephanie Ai Ping Lee.
Journal of Child and Family Studies (2011)
Maltreatment of children with developmental disabilities: An ecological systems analysis
Carl L. Algood;Jun Sung Hong;Ruby M. Gourdine;Abigail B. Williams.
Children and Youth Services Review (2011)
Students’ Perceptions of Unsafe Schools: An Ecological Systems Analysis
Jun Sung Hong;Mary Keegan Eamon.
Journal of Child and Family Studies (2012)
Exposure to violence, student fear, and low academic achievement: African American males in the critical transition to high school
Desmond Upton Patton;Michael E. Woolley;Jun Sung Hong.
Children and Youth Services Review (2012)
The social ecology of adolescent-initiated parent abuse: A review of the literature
Jun Sung Hong;Michael J. Kral;Dorothy L. Espelage;Paula Allen-Meares.
Child Psychiatry & Human Development (2012)
Associations Between Peer Victimization and Academic Performance
Dorothy L. Espelage;Jun Sung Hong;Mrinalini A. Rao;Sabina Low.
Theory Into Practice (2013)
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