#throwback to Student Research Awards 2017

9th of December 2017

On the 9th of December 2017, the Singapore Psychological Society (SPS) together with the SMU Social Science Student Society (SOSCIETY) hosted the Student Research Awards 2017 at Singapore Management University. This year, we received many applications from 3 different categories namely the diploma, undergraduate and masters categories. Competition was stiff and we are proud to announce the following winners for each category.

The results are as follows:

Masters Category

Best Project

Parental Involvement and Students’ Outcomes: A Study in a Special Education (SPED) School in Singapore

by Eulisia Er

Most Promising

Effectiveness of Incorporating Positive Psychology in Singapore Youth Offender Rehabilitation

by Goh Mui Leng

Undergraduate Category

Best Project

Taking Part and Taking Sides: Examining Third – Parties in Intergroup Conflict

by Ang Yu Ting Shuantae, Gabriella Lim, Lim Chun Hui, and Ismaharif bin Ismail

Most Promising

Child Maltreatment in Singapore: An Analysis of Familial Factors

by Keong Yuhan Melissa

Diploma Category

Best Project

Relationship between Sociocultural Factors and Prejudice towards Non-Locals in Singapore

by Chua Si Wen Alicia, Leong Weng Yee, Soh Kay Boon, Tan Ann Qi Justina, Tia Cai Leng, Wong Wei Jie Gabriel

Most Promising

Media and National Identity: Understanding how Media Influences One’s National Identity

by Lee Shun He, Kong Shi Xiang, Georgia Goh Jia Ying

Best Oral Presentation

Diploma

An Investigation into the Relationship of National Identity with Cultural, Historical and Socio-Political Perception and Knowledge

by Lee Yong Han (Dylann), Ong Lip Khuan Dylan, and Benedict Francis Leong Chun Mun

Undergraduate

Child Maltreatment in Singapore: An Analysis of Familial Factors

by Keong Yuhan Melissa

Masters

Parental Involvement and Students’ Outcomes: A Study in a Special Education (SPED) School in Singapore

by Eulisia Er

Best Poster

Diploma

Priming and Intercultural Contact on Prejudice and Perceived Threat

by Bjorn Ng, Chong Kar Mun, Muhammad Hanif Bin Salim, and Shamira Banu

Undergraduate

Child Maltreatment in Singapore: An Analysis of Familial Factors

by Keong Yuhan Melissa

Masters

Understanding Singaporean Drug Abusers’ Thinking

by Carl Yeo and Phua Hong Ling

Best Writing

Diploma

Relationship between Sociocultural Factors and Prejudice towards Non-Locals in Singapore

by Chua Si Wen Alicia, Leong Weng Yee, Soh Kay Boon, Tan Ann Qi Justina, Tia Cai Leng, Wong Wei Jie Gabriel

Undergraduate

Value – expressive attitudes predict concerns for processing cognitive information

by Noorfaadhilah Abdul Halil Khan

Masters

Parental Involvement and Students’ Outcomes: A Study in a Special Education (SPED) School in Singapore

by Eulisia Er

A special thanks to our judges for their support and time to make SRA 2017 possible:

Dr. Nina Powell

Dr. Tan Wah Pheow

Dr. Cherie Chan

Mr. Adrian Toh

Ms. Chai Kar Yen

Some pictures of our judges of the day

Dr Cherie Chan

Adrian Toh

Karyen Chai

 

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