Benjamin Cheung

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Though recent adult immigrants often seem less acculturated to their new society than people who immigrated as children, it is not clear whether this difference is driven by duration of exposure or exposure during a sensitive developmental period. In a study aimed at disambiguating these influences, community and student samples of Hong Kong immigrants to(More)
In view of the proliferation of mobile applications, a universal seamless handoff solution across wireless domains is becoming increasingly important. While wired connections usually provide high speed, reliable access to the Internet, wireless networking technologies enable users to access customized Internet services even when they are moving. A seamless(More)
Evolutionary psychology accounts of gender differences in sexual behaviors in general and men's sexual aggression, in particular, has been criticized for legitimizing males' sexual misconduct. To empirically assess such critiques, two studies examined how men's judgments of male sex crimes (solicitation of sex from a prostitute; rape) are influenced by(More)
Public discourse on genetic predispositions for obesity has flourished in recent decades. In three studies, we investigated behaviorally-relevant correlates and consequences of a perceived genetic etiology for obesity. In Study 1, beliefs about etiological explanations for obesity were assessed. Stronger endorsement of genetic etiology was predictive of a(More)
Next generation wireless network need the support of all the advances on new architectures, standards, protocols. Mobility management is an important issue in the area of mobile communication. Mobility management is divided into two parts, first one is Location management and second one is Handoff Management. Again Handoff management is divided into two(More)
Much debate exists surrounding the applicability of genetic information in the courtroom, making the psychological processes underlying how people consider this information important to explore. This article addresses how people think about different kinds of causal explanations in legal decision-making contexts. Three studies involving a total of 600(More)
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