Ting Lei

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Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice

EMAIL: tlei@bmcc.cuny.edu

Office: N-651Y

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Phone: +1 (212) 220-1216

Ting lei (PhD., Harvard University, 1993) is professor of Psychology at the City university of new York, where he founded and directs the Lab of Behavioral Medicine.  He earned his doctorate in developmental psychology from Harvard University, and received clinical training at Harvard medical School. Dr. Lei was a research fellow at Academaia Sinica and at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. He has published or presented numerous articles in different languages on topics related to educational, cross-cultural, developmental, health, and immigrant psychology.  Currrently Dr. Lei is Professor of Human Development at Columbia University’s graduate School of education (teacher College). For public service, Dr. lei has been elected as an Associate at the Institute for International and Cross-Cultural Psychology and Chair of the Academic Performance Committee at the New York City’s Community education Council.  He enjoys helping students and changing the system.


Teacher Education, Infant Toddlers, Human Sexuality, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Cultural Diversity, Cognitive Development, Chinese Cultural Traditions, Child Development and Learning, Asian-American Experiences, Anthropology


  • B.S. National Taiwan University, Psycology,1980
  • M.A. University of Minnesota, Educational Psychology,1981
  • Ph.D. Harvard University, Human Development and Psychology,1993

Courses Taught

Research and Projects

  • Growing up Chinese in New York City


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