Congratulations to our Student Research Awards (SRA) 2021 Winners!

Our winners have been shortlisted by our esteemed panel of judges, from the pool of very worthy submissions, based on the rigour and originality of their research. Shortlisted finalists were invited to present their work at the SRA webinar event, where the audience were thoroughly impressed by the quality and depth of their research. The winners have definitely proven themselves to be future researchers pushing the frontiers of psychology.

To celebrate the success of the event, we are excited to share with everyone an e-booklet of SRA 2021 where you will find more details about the event!

Picture of Fred Long Award winner, Mr Muhammad Amin Shaik

Congratulations to our winners and to all SRA 2021 entrants!


Diploma Category

Winner

Examining the Relationship Between Students’ Motivation with Vocational Identity and Career Decision-Making
Amelia Koh, Devi D/O Chandran & Sharmaine Chia

First runner up

The Influence of Individual Difference Factors on One’s Decision in Choosing a Path in Tertiary Education
Sharmaine Chia

Second runner up (joint)

Examining the Social Factors Influencing One’s Decision in Choosing a Path for Tertiary Education
Amelia Koh

Second runner up (joint)

Childhood invalidation and psychological adjustment in adolescents: The mediating role of self-compassion and Exploring Social Interactions Among Youths in Singapore’s Urban Spaces and Online Platforms during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Liau Wanting Perlene, Ooi Jia De, Randall Tham Wen-Jun & Sherlyn Lee Yee


Undergraduate Category

Winner

A Meta-Analytic Review of the Relationship Between Social Media and Well-Being: A Fresh Perspective in the Context of COVID-19
Joax Wong & Poh Xin Yi

First runner up

Multiculturalism Centrality Moderates the Effect of Distinctiveness Threat on Outgroup Prejudice
Gwyneth Thong Yuan Ting

Second runner up (joint)

A daily within-person investigation on the link between social expectancies to be busy and emotional wellbeing among Singaporeans: The moderating role of emotional complexity acceptance
Verity Lua Yu Qing

Second runner up (joint)

The Effects of COVID-19 on Male Undergraduate Students’ Career Adaptability and Anxiety
We Jia Ning


Postgraduate Category

Winner

Recovery needs and Psychosocial Rehabilitation Trajectory of Stroke Survivors (PReTS): An overview of systematic reviews
Muhammad Amin Shaik

First runner up

I Think, Therefore I Am? Meta-Perceptions of Racial Group Inferiority and Foreignness Predict Actual Self-Perceptions
Nadyanna M. Majeed

Second runner up

Dispositional Optimism and Sleep: A Meta-Analytic Review of the State of the Field
Nicole Chen Ruiying & Nadyanna Majeed


Fred Long Award for Research Excellence

Recovery needs and Psychosocial Rehabilitation Trajectory of Stroke Survivors (PReTS): An overview of systematic reviews
Muhammad Amin Shaik


Best Individual Submissions

Recovery needs and Psychosocial Rehabilitation Trajectory of Stroke Survivors (PReTS): An overview of systematic reviews
Muhammad Amin Shaik

I Think, Therefore I Am? Meta-Perceptions of Racial Group Inferiority and Foreignness Predict Actual Self-Perceptions Nadyanna M. Majeed

Multiculturalism Centrality Moderates the Effect of Distinctiveness Threat on Outgroup Prejudice
Gwyneth Thong Yuan Ting


Best Group Submissions

A Meta-Analytic Review of the Relationship Between Social Media and Well-Being: A Fresh Perspective in the Context of COVID-19
Joax Wong, Poh Xin Yi

Dispositional Optimism and Sleep: A Meta-Analytic Review of the State of the Field
Nicole Chen Ruiying; Nadyanna Majeed

Examining the Relationship Between Students’ Motivation with Vocational Identity and Career Decision-Making
Amelia Koh, Devi D/O Chandran and Sharmaine Chia


Audience Choice Award (Best Presenter at SRA 2021)

A daily within-person investigation on the link between social expectancies to be busy and emotional wellbeing among Singaporeans: The moderating role of emotional complexity acceptance
Verity Lua Yu Qing