Eleventh Emeritus Faculty Lecture
Honoring George A. DeVos

Degrees and Academic Posts
1946 B.A., Sociology, University of Chicago.
1948 M.A., Anthropology, University of Chicago.
Socialization: An Inquiry into the Relationship of Two Frames of Reference in Social Theory.
1951 Ph.D., Psychology, University of Chicago.
Dissertation: Acculturation and Personality Structure: A Rorschach Study of Japanese-Americans.
1951-1953 Chief Psychologist and Director of Psychological Internship Training Program,
Elgin State Hospital, Elgin, IL.
1955-1957 Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan.
1965-1991 Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.
1991- Professor Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley.

Professional and Research Experience
1943-1946 Japanese Language and Area Training, (U.S. Army) Yale University, University of Michigan.
1947-1951 Member of Japanese-American Interdisciplinary Research Group affiliated with Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis, studying Japanese acculturation and personality, using psychological, psychoanalytic, anthropological, and sociological techniques.
1949-50 Public Health Fellow, Illinois Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of Illinois.
1950-1951 Research Associate in Psychology, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago.
1953-1955 Fulbright Act Research Senior Fellowship affiliated with an interdisciplinary research group, Department of Neuropsychiatry, Nagoya National University, Nagoya, Japan.
1955-1957 Director, Ford Foundation Japanese Personality and Culture Research Project, University of Michigan.
1960-1968 Associate Research Psychologist and Director of Comparative Research on Delinquency (NIMH Grant), Institute of Human Development, University of California, Berkeley.
1960-1991 Associate, Center for Japanese Studies, U.C. Berkeley.
1963-1964 National Institute of Mental Health Research Fellow at the National Institute for Training Research on Delinquency, French Ministry of Justice, Vaucresson, France.
1965-1968 Chair, Center for Japanese and Korean Studies, U.C. Berkeley.
1969-1991 Research Associate, Executive Committee, Institute of Personality Assessment and Research, U.C. Berkeley.
1970-1971 Consultant, Family Planning Research, Korean Institute of the Behavorial Sciences, Seoul, Korea.
1971-1972 Senior Fellowship, National Science Foundation, University of Rome and the United Nations Social Defense Research Institute, Rome, Italy - Ethnic Identity and Worker Mobility in Europe.
1973- Research Associate, Centre Charles Richet d'Študes des Dysfonctions de l'adaptation, Šcole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, University of Paris.
1974-1975 Senior Consultant, PBS Series Production, The Japanese Film, funded by National Endowment for the Humanities.
1974-1980 Co-Principal Investigator, Ford Foundation Project.
1975-1991 Associate, Institute for East Asian Studies, U.C. Berkeley
1975-80 Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation Project, The Korean Minority in Japan.
1975-1982 Consultant on Japanese culture for the Human Relations Area File in New Haven, Conn.
1978-1979 Consultant, Cultural Learning, East-West Center, Hawaii.
1978 Exchange Professor, University of Paris V, Migration and Adaptation.
1980 Exchange Professor, Šcole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris.
1980 Visiting Professor, Katholicke Universiteit te Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
1981-1983 Co-Principal Investigator, Adaptation Patterns of Elderly Koreans to the U.S., U. C. San Francisco.
1984-1985 Director, National Honors Program Abroad, International School of America.
1984-1985 President, Society for Psychological Anthropology, American Anthropological Association.
1986-1990 Chair, Center for Korean Studies, Institute of East Asian Studies, U.C. Berkeley.
1989 Exchange Professor, Katholicke Universiteit te Leuven, Leuven, Belgium. (Oct.-Nov.)
1990 Exchange Professor, Leningrad University (now, St. Petersburg). (Jun.-Jul.)
1992 Fulbright Senior Research Schl. Cath. U. Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil. (May-Jun.)
1992 Visiting professor, University of Barcelona. (Sept.-Oct.)
1996 Visiting professor, University of Padua, Italy. (Jun.-Jul.)

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