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Applied Psychology Readings

Selected Papers from the Singapore Conference on Applied Psychology 2022

  • Conference proceedings
  • © 2023


  • Presents the latest in Asia-centric research in applied psychology

  • Covers multidisciplinary topics that have an impact on applied psychology

  • Appeals to educators, psychology researchers and counsellors

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Table of contents (8 papers)

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About this book

This book is a compilation of the best papers presented at the 2022 edition of the Singapore Conference of Applied Psychology (SCAP), led by East Asia Research in Singapore in collaboration with the University of Derby in the UK and the Singapore University of Technology and Design. Chapters include research conducted by experts in the field of applied psychology from the Asia-Pacific region, and cover areas such as community and environmental psychology, psychotherapy and counseling, health, child and school psychology, and gender studies. The volume is of interest to educators, psychology researchers and practicing counselors.

Editors and Affiliations

  • Department of Psychology, University of Derby, Derby, UK

    Peter Macaulay

  • Conference, East Asia Research, Singapore, Singapore

    Lee-Ming Tan

About the editors

Peter Macaulay is a Lecturer in Psychology in the College of Health, Psychology and Social Care at the University of Derby in the UK. Peter’s main research interests lie within the area of social developmental psychology. In particular, his work focuses on the perceptions and experiences of cyberbullying, face-to-face bullying, and bystander intervention. One current area of research explores how teachers and young people perceive and respond to cyberbullying in the school environment. A second strand of research also examines how young people perceive personal and situational factors in bullying, and how this may impact on their bystander intervention. Peter is also involved in projects exploring children’s online safety and anti-bullying interventions. Dr. Macaulay’s work has been used in informing anti-bullying policy and legislation, and continues to offer practical recommendations to a range of stakeholders to combat bullying.
Lee-Ming Tan is the founder of East Asia Research. He obtained his Master of Applied Finance from the University of Adelaide. 

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