Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Yeo Lay See
Associate Professor, National Institute of Education - Psychology and Child & Human Development
Journal Articles (Central)
Yeo, L. S. & Pfeiffer, S. I. (2016). Counseling gifted children in Singapore: Implications for evidence-based treatment with a multi-cultural population. Gifted Education International, X, 1-12.

Yeo, L. S., Goh, V. G., & Liem, G. A. D. (2016). School-based intervention for test anxiety. Child & Youth Care Forum, 45(1), 1-17.

Yeo, L. S., Chong, W. H., Neihart, M.F., & Huan, V. S. (2016). Teachers' Experience with Inclusive Education in Singapore. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 36(1 ), 69-83.

Yeo, L. S., & Lee, B.-O. (2014). School-based counseling in Singapore. Journal of Asia Pacific Counseling, 4(2), 159-167.

Yeo, L. S., Ong, W. W., & Ng, C. M. (2014). The home literacy environment and preschool children's reading skills and interest. Early Education and Develo pment, 25(6), 791-814.

Chong, W. H., Lee, B. O., Tan, S. Y., Wong, S. S., & Yeo, L. S. (2013). School Psychology and School-Based Child and Family Intervention in Singapore. School Psychology International, 34(2), 177-189.

Yeo, L.S., & Tan, K. (2012). Attributional Style and Self-Effi cacy in Singaporean Adolescents. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22(1), 82-101.

Krishnan, P., Yeo L. S., & Cheng, Y. (2012). Cognitive-behavioural therapy for academically underachieving Singaporean adolescents with ex ternalising behaviour: An alternative school's perspective. Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 1, 1-15.

Yeo, L.S., Neihart, M., Tang, H. N., Chong, W. H., & Huan, V. S. (2011). An inclusion initiative in Singapore for preschool children with special needs. Asia Pa cific Journal of Education, 31(2), 143-158.

Yeo, L.S., Ang, R. P., Loh, S., Fu, K. J., & Karre, J. K. (2011). The role of affective and cognitive empathy in physical, verbal and indirect aggression of a Singaporean sample of boys. Journal of Psychology, 145(4), 313-330.

Yeo, L. S., & Choi, P. M. (2011). Cognitive-Behavioural therapy for Children with behavioural difficulties in the Singapore mainstream school setting. School Psychology International, 32(6), 616-631.

Klassen, R. M., Ang, R., Chong, W. H., Krawchuk, L. L., Huan, V., Wong, I., & Yeo, L. S. (2010). Academic procrastination in two settings: Motivation correlates, behavioral patterns, and negative impact of procrastination in Canada and Singapore. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 59(3), 361-37 9.

Chong, W. H., Huan, V. S., Quek, C. L., Yeo, L. S., & Ang, R. P. (2010). Contextual influences on the teacher-student relationship in promoting school adjustment of at-risk students in middle school. School Psychology International, 31(3), 312'328.

Ang, R. P., Klassen, R. M., Chong, W. H., Huan V. S., Wong, I. Y. F., Yeo, L. S., & Krawchuk, L. L. (2009). Cross-cultural invariance of the Academic Expectations Stress Inventory: Adolescent samples from Canada and Singapore. Journal of Adolescence, 103(-), 183-190.

Yeo, L. S., Ang, R. P., Chong W. H., Huan, V. S., & Quek, C. L. (2008). Teacher efficacy in the context of teaching low achieving students. Current Psychology, 27, 192-204.

Ang, R. P., Chong, W. H., Huan, V. S., Quek, C. L., & Yeo, L. S. (2008). Teacher-Student Relationship Inventory: Testing for invariance across upper elementary and junior high sa mples. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 26, 339-349.

Huan, V. S., Yeo, L. S., Ang, R. P., & Chong, W. H. (2008). The impact of adolescent concerns on their academic stress. Educational Review, 60, 169-178.

Yeo, L. S., Ang, R. P., Chong, W. H., Huan, V. S. (2007). Gender dif ferences in adolescent concerns and emotional well-being: Perceptions of Singaporean adolescent students. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 168(1), 63-80.

Yeo, L. S., & Clarke, C. (2006). Adjustments to the first year in school: A Singapore Perspective. European Early Childhood Education Re search Journal, 14(2), 55-68.

Chong, W. H., Huan, V. S., Yeo, L. S., & Ang, R. P. (2006). Asian adolescents' perception of parent, peer, and school support and psychological adjustment: The mediating role of dispositional optimism. Current Psychology, 25(3), 212-228.

Yeo, L.S., Wong, M., Gerken, K., & Ansley, T. (2005). Cognitive-behavioural therapy in a hospital setting for children with severe emotional and/or behaviour disorders. Child Care In Practice, 11(1), 7-22.

Yeo, L.S., & Clarke, C. (2005). Starting school: A Singapore story told by children. Australian Jou rnal of Early Childhood, 30(3), 1-8.

Ang R. P. & Yeo, L. S. (2004). Asian secondary school students' help-seeking behavior and preferences for counselor characteristics. Pastoral Care in Education, 22, 40-48.

Book Chapters (Central)
Neihart, M.; Yeo, L. S. (2017). Unique Psychological Characteristics of the Gifted. In Pfeiffer, S. I. (Ed.), Handbook of giftedness(PP. 497-510). Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Yeo, L. S. (2013). Transition to the first year of school in Singapore. In Elliott-Johns, S . E., & Jarvis, D. H. (Eds.), Perspectives on Transitions in Schooling and Instructional Practices(PP. 27-48). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

Yeo L. S., Tan, S. Y. & Neihart, M. (2013). Counseling in Singapore. In Hohenshil, T. H., Amundson, N. E., & Niles, S. G. (Eds.), Couns eling around the world: An international handbook(PP. 127-136). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Yeo, L.S. (2008). Managing Disruptive and Challenging Behaviors in the Classroom. In Quek L. C., Wong, A. F. L., & Tay, M. Y. (Eds.), Engaging and Managing Learners: Practitioner s' Perspectives(PP. 247-261). Singapore: Pearson Education South Asia.

Conference Papers (Central)

Keynote Speeches & Editorship of Special Issues (Central)

Other Research Outputs/Projects (Central)

Technical Reports or Monographs

Yeo, L. S., Ang, R. P., Chong, W. H., & Huan, V. S. (2007, January). Coping in Adolescence: A Study of Personal, Academic, Social and Familial Stressors and Coping behaviors of High Achieving Singapore Youths, 10.