Congratulations to CAP !

UTAR Most Improved Research Centre 

In view of the improving performance of the research centres in the field of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, the Centre for Applied Psychology (CAP) was awarded a special mention as “UTAR Most Improved Research Centre” in UTAR Annual Excellence Awards 2018 held on 24 July 2019. 

CAP Chairperson Dr Gan Su Wan (right) receiving the Certificate of Special Mention from Prof Chuah (middle) while Prof Ewe looks on.  

LATEST UPDATE


Social Forum I: Attitudes to Aging

Do you want to know more about psychological needs and coping strategies for the elderly; the contributions of the elderly into the family; and the role of NGO in promoting positive aging in Malaysia? 

Centre for Applied Psychology is glad to invite Prof. Dr. M Parameshvara Deva, Mr Cheah Tuck Wing and Dr. Gan Su Wan to share you their thoughts from the perspectives of psychiatrist, researchers and the founding president of NGO. Enjoy the talk.

The views expressed by the invited guest speakers and participants are entirely their own.

Mindfulness is Helpful to Attain Meaning in Life

CAP members Tan Chee Seng and Pheh Kai Shuen found across four countries that individuals with high mindfulness are likely to achieve meaning in life.

The paper is published in advance in Current Psychology. 

https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-021-01430-2

The Applied Psychology Research Conference 2020 e-proceeding

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CAP Book 2019

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