Alvin Dueck, PH.D.
Distinguished Professor of Cultural Psychologies
Department of Clinical Psychology
Alvin Dueck is the Distinguished Professor of Cultural Psychologies at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. In addition to teaching courses that focus on the dialogue between culture, psychology, and religion, he is engaged in research on the role of religion in therapy and conflict resolution. Dueck is a licensed psychologist with a long history of teaching. Prior to joining Fuller’s faculty in 1998, Dueck was director of a Marriage and Family Counseling program. He presented the Integration Lectures at Fuller in 1986, which have since been published in the book Between Jerusalem and Athens: Ethical Perspectives on Culture, Religion and Psychotherapy. He is co editor with Dr. Han Buxin of a book entitled: “Psychology of Religion in the People’s Republic of China.” He was a board member and chair of the Board of Directors of the Kings View Mental Health Corporation.
Buxin Han, Ph.D.
Secretary-General, International Association of Applied Psychology
Institute of Psychology
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Buxin Han received his B.A. (1986) and Master Degree (1989) on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at Anhui College of TCM, and his Ph.D. (1993) on Cognitive Psychology at the Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IPCAS). He is a professor at IPCAS, the Deputy Secretary-General of the Chinese Psychological Society, and the Secretary-General of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP). His research focused on mental health of the elderly population and cognitive aging. The list of his publications contains 100+ items; most of them are in Chinese, including 3 books, 21 book chapters, 72 research articles and 38 technical reports published in academic journals.