Dr Eunro Lee

Lecturer in Psychology

Eunro received a PhD in Psychology at Chungbuk National University in South Korea, a while after her undergraduate study at Seoul National University. She then moved to the Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research, Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. Before moving to CDU in 2017, she worked at the Australian National University as a statistical expert for an educational psychology project. She collaborated with the ACT public schools applying social identity and self-categorization theories.  

Her research areas are psychometrics and advanced applied statistics including longitudinal analysis and multilevel modelling, social influence and group psychology, and educational psychology concerning school climate and school identification/belonging with regard to student well-being, academic achievement, school bullying and victimisation. Other research topics are restorative justice and therapeutic jurisprudence, jury decision making in the law and psychology area, and social network analysis. Socio-neurological topics are also of interest being developed.

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Publications

Academic Journals

Lee, E., Reynolds, K. J., Subasic, E., Bromhead, D., Lin, H., Marinov, V., & Smithson, M. (2017). Development of a dual school climate and school identification measure–student (SCASIM-St). Contemporary Educational Psychology, 49, 91–106. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cedpsych.2017.01.003

Maxwell, S., Reynolds, K. J., Lee, E., Subasic, E., & Bromhead, D. (2017). The Impact of School Climate and School Identification on Academic Achievement: Multilevel Modelling with Student and Teacher Data. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 2069.

Reynolds, K. J., Lee, E., Turner, I., Bromhead, D., & Subasic, E. (2017). How does school climate impact academic achievement? An examination of social identity processes.School Psychology International, 38(1), 78–97.

Turner, I., Reynolds, K. J., Lee, E., Subasic, E., & Bromhead, D. (2014). Well-being, school climate and the social identity process: A latent growth model study of bullying perpetration and peer victimization. School Psychology Quarterly, 29(3), 320-335.   

Kim, J., Lee, E., Han, S. (2011). Study on mock jurors' understanding of Proof beyond a reasonable doubt standard. Law Research, 21(2), 1-42.

Lee, E., Park, K., Han, S. H., Kim, J. D., Park, J., Han, Y. H. (2010). Deliberation of hung juries. Korean Criminological Review, 21(1), 251-295.

Lee, E. & Park, K. (2009). An effect of decision rule on the stability of mock juries’ verdicts. The Korean Journal of Social and Personality Psychology, 23(1), 91-120.

Lee, E. & Park, K. (2007). Psychological and Legal Issues in Jury Decision Rule (II). Korean Criminal Policy, 19(1) 113-151.

Lee, E. & Park, K. (2006). Psychological and Legal Issues in Jury Decision Rule (I). Korean Criminal Policy, 18(2) 459-500.

Park, K. & Lee, E. (2006). Three descriptive indices to summarize the quantitative characteristics of mock jury deliberation. The Korean Journal of Social and Personality Psychology, 20(1),1-19.

Park,K., Kim, S., Lee, E. & Seo, H. (2005). Social conformity and cognitive conversion during jury deliberation: A content analysis of deliberation arguments in the first officially simulated jury trial in Korea. The Korean Journal of Social and Personality Psychology, 19(3) 1-21.

Books and Chapters

Reynolds, K. J., Subašic, E., Lee, E., & Bromhead, D. (2015). 'School climate, social identity processes and school outcomes: Making the case for a group-level approach to understanding schools', in K Mavor et al. (ed.), Self, social identity and education, Psychology Press, London, UK (Chapter in press).

Reynolds, K.J., Subasic, E., Lee, E., Bromhead. D., & Tindall.K (2014) Does education really transform us? The impact of school-based social processes on the person. In K.Reynolds & N Branscombe(Eds.) The Psychology of Change: Life Contexts, Experiences and Identities. Psychology Press. 170-186.

Lee, E. (2008). Translation from ‘Mastering Voir Dire - Jury Selection (Jeffrey T. Frederick, 2005)’ to Korean version. Hanul: Seoul.

Forthcoming

Lee, E., Reynolds, K. J., Subasic, E., & Bromhead, D. (2016). From the classroom to the school as an ingroup: Explaining how the teacher-student relationship impacts on student engagement and well-being. Journal of School Psychology (under review).

Turner, I., Reynolds, K. J., Lee, E., Subasic, E., & Bromhead, D. (2016). Understanding peer aggression and victimization: A mediation study of supportive school climate, school identification and student well-being. Journal of Applied Psychology (under review).

Reynolds, K. J., Lee, E., Subašic, E., & Bromhead, D. (2016). Explaining how Supportive School Climate Impacts on Student Engagement: Latent Growth Modelling of Longitudinal Mediation of School identification as Social Identity. Journal of Social Psychology (Manuscript for submission).

Lee, E., Reynolds, K. J., Subasic, E., & Bromhead, D. (2016). Social Identity Processes and Academic Achievement over Time: School Identification Mediation in School Climate Effects. Journal of School Psychology (Manuscript for submission).

Reynolds, K. J., Lee, E., Subašic, E., Bromhead, D., & Lin, H. (2016). Development and Validation of School Climate and School Identification Measure–Student (SCASIM-S): Multilevel models on academic achievement, wellbeing, and bullying behaviors.  Journal of Educational Psychology (Manuscript for submission).

McKenna, S., Reynolds, K. J., Lee, E., Subašic, E., & Bromhead, D. (2016). Are diverse societies less cohesive?: Testing constrict, conflict, contact and mediated contact theories. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (Manuscript for submission).

Maxwell, S., Reynolds, K. J., Lee, E., Subašic, E., & Bromhead, D. (2016). The Impacts of school climate perception and school identification on academic achievement: Multilevel Modelling with student and staff perceptions.  Journal of Educational Psychology (Manuscript for submission).

Chen, S., Reynolds, K. J., Lee, E., Subašic, E., & Bromhead, D. Well-being in the workplace: Social identity and key organisational factors.  Journal of Organizational Psychology (Manuscript for submission).

Research Projects

Current Research Projects

Legal decision making and framing effects: The beyond reasonable doubt standard and jurors’ judgement.

Alternate measures for child sexual abuse trials: evidence taking and justice professionals’ judgement

Workplace bullying and social self

Student engagement and social identity

Behavioural application of the rogue wave function in physics

Dr Eunro Lee

Contacts

T: 08 8946 6290
E: eunro.lee@cdu.edu.au

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