台大心理系

Teoh, Yee-San

  • Current appointment: Associate Professor
  • Research Field: Developmental/ Personality and Social Psychology
  • E-Mail: Email住址會使用灌水程式保護機制。你需要啟動Javascript才能觀看它
  • Office/Phone: N307/ 886-2-33663110
  • Research Interests:

    Forensic and Developmental Psychology/Children’s eyewitness memory, forensic interviewing of children/Child abuse and neglect, family violence

  • Courses Offered:

    Developmental Psychology/Seminar/Psychology and Social Issues/Forensic Developmental Psychology Research

  • Professional Experience:

    2009-2011:Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Psychology, Brooklyn College, City University of New York
    2011:Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Brooklyn College, City University of New York
    2005-2007:Research Assistant, Department of Social & Developmental Psychology, University of Cambridge

  • Education:

    Ph.D., University of Cambridge
    Mphil., University of Cambridge
    BSc., University of Durham

Publications

Publications

Teoh, Y.S., Pipe, M-E., Johnson, Z., & Lamb, M.E. (in press). Eliciting accounts of sexual abuse: Do children spontaneously report touch? Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. (SSCI)

Teoh, Y.S. & Lamb, M.E. (2013). Interviewer demeanor in forensic interviews of children. Psychology, Crime, and Law. 19(2), 145-159. (SSCI)

Teoh, Y. S. & Lamb, M.E. (2010). Preparing children for investigative interviews: Rapport-building, instruction, and evaluation. Applied Developmental Science. 14(3), 154-163. (SSCI)

Teoh, Y. S., Yang, P. J., Lamb, M.E., & Larsson, A. (2010). Do human figure drawings help alleged victims of sexual abuse provide elaborate and clear accounts of physical contact with alleged perpetrators? Applied Cognitive Psychology. 24, 287-300. (SSCI)

Leekam, S. R., Solomon, T. L., & Teoh, Y. S. (2010). Adults’ social cues facilitate young children’s use of signs and symbols. Developmental Science. 13(1), 108-119. (SSCI)