Douglas Yeung is a social psychologist at the RAND Corporation and a member of the Pardee RAND Graduate School faculty. His research has examined communication styles, behaviors, and mental health when using technology (e.g., social media, mobile devices). He is currently conducting sentiment analyses of social media, and recently conducted research on the impact of new technologies (e.g., mobile devices, Facebook, Skype) on military mental health.
Yeung's other research involves online professional communities, and explores workforce attitudes, organizational knowledge-sharing, and how people discuss and seek career information. He has also conducted workforce diversity research, such as how minorities perceive career options and career development services.
Before coming to RAND, Yeung was a product analyst at Oracle, and also helped to create a mobile application that was a grand prize winner in Google's first Android Developer Challenge. He received a Ph.D. from Rutgers University - Newark, and a B.S. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Douglas Yeung, Astrid Stuth Cevallos, Attitudes Toward Local and National Government Expressed over Chinese Social Media: A Case Study of Food Safety, RAND Corporation (RR-1308), 2016
Nelson Lim, Sarah Michal Greathouse, Douglas Yeung, The 2014 Technology Summit for Victim Service Providers: Identifying Challenges and Possible Solutions, RAND Corporation (CF-326), 2014
Sara Beth Elson, Douglas Yeung, Parisa Roshan, S. R. Bohandy, and Alireza Nader, Using Social Media to Gauge Iranian Public Opinion and Mood After the 2009 Election, RAND (TR-1161), 2012
Anita Chandra, Joie Acosta, Stefanie Stern, Lori Uscher-Pines, Malcolm V. WIlliams, Douglas Yeung, Jeffrey Garnett, Lisa S. Meredith, Building Community Resilience: A Way Forward to Enhance National Health Security, RAND (TR-915), 2011
Yeung, D. & Gifford, B., "Potential Recruits Seek Information Online for Military Enlistment Decision Making: A Research Note," Armed Forces and Society, 2011
Harber, K.D., Yeung, D.C., & Iacovelli, A., "Psychosocial Resources, Threat, and the Perception of Distance and Height: Support for the Resource and Perception Model," Emotion, 2011
Anny Wong, Douglas Yeung, Silvia Montoya, Sarah Olmstead, Aviva Litowitz, Lisa Klautzer, Sarah Kups, & Alison Raab Labonte, Japanese Science and Technology Capacity: Expert Opinions and Recommendations, RAND Corporation (TR-714), 2010
Yeung, D.C., & Lowrance, J.D., "Computer-Mediated Collaborative Reasoning and Intelligence Analysis," Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3975:1-13, 2006