Chong Man Chow, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Professor of Psychology, Eastern Michigan University
  • 361A Science Complex, Psychology Department
    Eastern Michigan University
    Ypsilanti, MI 48197



Dr. Chong Man Chow has broad interests in interpersonal relationships among adolescents and young adults (family, friendships, romantic relationships). Much of his work focuses on (1) how dyadic relationship quality is built upon the social support exchanges (e.g., coping, support) between two members, (2) the development of adolescents’ and emerging adults’ body image in the context of social relationships (e.g., the fat talk interaction), and (3) the development of attachment styles over time, and how attachment styles may influence adolescents’ and emerging adults’ adaptability to stress. He has strong interests in applied statistics, including Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) and Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM), to dyadic and longitudinal data.

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