BSc. (Hons), PCPsy, MSocSci, MA PhD.
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Education Studies
Academic & Professional Experience
|2013 -||Research Assistant Professor, Department of Education Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University|
|2010-2012||Research Fellow, Department of Marketing, Hong Kong Baptist University|
|2005-2010||Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University|
- Art Therapy- Effectiveness of art therapy on reducing parenting stress
- Play Therapy
- Environmental Psychology-Nature and connection
- Social Psychology-Culture and communication
Research Projects and Scholarly Work
- The effectiveness of art therapy in reducing parenting stress-FRG funded project (2014 to current)
- Anthropomorphizing nature and pro-environmen behavior-RGC funded project (2012-2014) (Co-investigator)
International Refereed Journal Articles
- Tam, K. P., Lee, S. L., & Chao, M. M. (2013). Saving Mr. Nature: Anthropomorphism enhances connectedness to and protectiveness toward nature. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49(3), 514-521.
- Tam, K. P., Lee, S. L., Kim, Y. H., Li, Y., & Chao, M. M. (2012). Intersubjective model of value transmission parents using perceived norms as reference when socializing children. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(8), 1041-1052.
- Lee, S. L., Lau, I. Y. M., & Hong, Y. Y. (2011). Effects of Appearance and Functions on Likability and Perceived Occupational Suitability of Robots.Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 5(2), 232-250.
- Tam, K. P., & Lee, S. L. (2010). What values do parents want to socialize in their children? The role of perceived normative values. Journal of cross-cultural psychology, 41(2), 175-181.
Refereed Conference Proceedings/ Papers:
- Lee, S. L., & Lau, I. Y. M. (2011, March). Hitting a robot vs. hitting a human: is it the same?. In Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Human-robot interaction (pp. 187-188). ACM.