Bachelor of Arts, University of California, Berkeley, 1952; Master of Arts, San Francisco State University, 1959; Doctor of Education, Stanford University, 1965.
Post-doctoral research fellow, U. Oregon, Eugene, 1966-1967; associate professor education, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1967-1970; professor, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1970-1973; professor educational psychology, dean graduate studies and research, California State University, Long Beach, 1973-1979; originating founder Graduate Center, California State University, Long Beach, 1974; professor education, U. Montana, 1979-1983; dean School Education, U. Montana, 1979-1982; senior lecturer psychology, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1985-1989; dean, professor psychology, American College, Singapore senior lecturer psychology, National U., Singapore, 1989-1990; director program, U. Maryland., Hongkong, 1990; distinguished visiting professor educational psychology special adviser college graduate studiesand international programs, Marist College, 1990-1992; professor educational psychology, Florida International U., Miami, 1992-1994; research scholar, Florida International U., Miami, 1994-1995. Chairman 1st Federal Advisory Committee for Asian and Pacific Island Americans, Bureau Census, 1976-1981.
With Army of the United States, 1952-1955, Korea, Japan. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, National Conference Research in English, American Psychological Association, American Psychological Society. Member California College and University Faculty Association (founder 1961), Chinese History Society of America and Organization of Chinese Americans (Bicentennial speaker), Asian-American Psychological Association (president 1979-1982, journal editor 1981-1982), Western Montana Stanford Alumni Club (founding president since 1997).
Children: Lisa Diane, Hoyt Brian, Cynthia Rae.