Nicholas Seet Wei Kiat

Nicholas Seet Wei Kiat

Nicholas Seet Wei Kiat


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BPsychSc, James Cook University, Australia, 2017-19


Nicholas was the lead investigator and first author in pioneering research done on teacher bullying in Singapore. As part of his doctoral research, Nicholas is exploring mother tongue language anxiety among primary school students in Singapore. He is concurrently working on an inter-disciplinary scale development and validation follow-up study on teacher bullying in Asia. His research interests broadly relate to novel and abnormal social phenomena in a qualitative or mixed methods context.

Thesis Title

Exploring “mother tongue” language anxiety: Identifying contributing factors within the Singapore student populace.

Advisory Panel

Primary: A/Prof Heather Winskel, Secondary: Dr Lidia Suárez; External: Dr Goh Kok Yew Shaun


Research Interests

  • Children & Youth Issues
  • Social Psychology – Bullying
  • Abnormal Social Phenomena – Singapore
  • Qualitative Methodology