“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery,

and today is a gift...that's why they call it present”
― Master Oogway

Chee-Seng Tan

Associate Professor

School of Psychology,
College of Liberal Arts
Wenzhou-Kean University
Zhejiang province, China

Chee-Seng Tan is a psychologist who focuses on creativity, well-being, scale development and validation, mental health, and singlehood. Chee-Seng is a member of the Young Scientists Network-Academy of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM), the chairperson of the Division of Positive Positive, and a Human Resource Development Corporation (HRD Corp) certified trainer (TTT/27779).


Selected Publication
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The mediating role of work engagement in the relationship between executive functioning deficits and employee well-being 

Perceived social support increases creativity: Experimental evidence 

Antecedents of the attitudes toward singlehood among young adults in Malaysia, Japan, and India

Development and Validation of the Attitudes Toward Singlehood Scale Among Undergraduate Students in Malaysia and India 

The Executive Skills Questionnaire-Revised: Adaptation and psychometric properties in the working context of Malaysia

 

Get in touch at cstan [at] outlook.my