Congratulations to our Student Research Awards (SRA) 2020 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.

From left: Denise Dillon (Research Chair, SPS), Paul Victor Patinadan (Winner of Fred Long Award for Research Excellence), & Fred Long (Founding President, SPS)

Congratulations to our winners and to all SRA 2020 entrants!


Diploma Category

Winner

Investigating the Effectiveness and Differences between Direct and Indirect Sighting during Visual Inspection Task.
Lim Yan Heng Xavier & Chan Lisheng, Andy

First runner up

Positive Psychology Interventions: Effects of a Growth Mindset Intervention and Self-Efficacy on Academic Resilience in Singapore Students.
Soh Yan Kang Ian, Sherwenn Oh Kai En, Tan Jing Yu, Loo Pey Chen, & Isaac Hew Zhong Peng

Second runner up

Investigating Factors Affecting Mental Health Support for Students with Special Needs.
Nurul Nadia Bte Muhammad Ridwan Yeo, Lim Hui Mei, Joy Kang, Athira Bte Maswan, M. Geethah, & Tan Zhi Hui


Undergraduate Category

Winner

Developmental dyslexia and creativity: A Meta-Analysis.
Nadyanna Binte Mohamed Majeed

First runner up

Musical experience and executive functions: A latent variable approach.
Verity Lua Yu Qing; Ng Hok Shan, Matthew; Nadyanna Binte Mohamed Majeed

Second runner up

Childhood invalidation and psychological adjustment in adolescents: The mediating role of self-compassion and emotion regulation.
Carmen Chia


Postgraduate Category

Winner

“I Am What I Ate”: The ‘Food for Life and Palliation’ (FLiP) Model for Understanding the Lived Experience of Nutritional Assimilation among Singaporean Palliative Care Patients and their Families.
Paul Victor Patinadan

First runner up

The Derring Effect: Deliberate Errors Enhance Learning.
Wong Shi Hui Sarah

Second runner up

Understanding the community’s perceptions towards online radicalisation: A comparative study.
Neo Loo Seng


Fred Long Award for Research Excellence

“I Am What I Ate”: The ‘Food for Life and Palliation’ (FLiP) Model for Understanding the Lived Experience of Nutritional Assimilation among Singaporean Palliative Care Patients and their Families.
Paul Victor Patinadan


Best Quantitative Research

Developmental dyslexia and creativity: A Meta-Analysis.
Nadyanna Binte Mohamed Majeed

Musical experience and executive functions: A latent variable approach.
Verity Lua Yu Qing; Ng Hok Shan, Matthew; Nadyanna Binte Mohamed Majeed

Childhood invalidation and psychological adjustment in adolescents: The mediating role of self-compassion and emotion regulation.
Carmen Chia


Best Qualitative Research

“I Am What I Ate”: The ‘Food for Life and Palliation’ (FLiP) Model for Understanding the Lived Experience of Nutritional Assimilation among Singaporean Palliative Care Patients and their Families.
Paul Victor Patinadan

Investigating Factors Affecting Mental Health Support for Students with Special Needs.
Nurul Nadia Bte Muhammad Ridwan Yeo, Lim Hui Mei, Joy Kang, Athira Bte Maswan, M. Geethah, Tan Zhi Hui

Factors Affecting E-Waste Recycling in Singapore.
Levon Cho, Jefrey Lam, Trixi Lim, Sarah Ayub, Low Shu Woon, Kamal Rozali


Audience Choice Award (Best Presenter at SRA 2020)

Musical experience and executive functions: A latent variable approach.
Verity Lua Yu Qing; Ng Hok Shan, Matthew; Nadyanna Binte Mohamed Majeed