Dr Eunro Lee

B.A in German and German Literature,1985 Seoul National University, South Korea M.S in psychology,2005 Chungbuk National University PhD in psychology,2009, Chungbuk National University, South Korea
Research Fellow
College of Health & Medicine
T: +61 2 6125 2835

Areas of expertise

  • Social And Community Psychology 170113
  • Psychological Methodology, Design And Analysis 170110
  • Forensic Psychology 170104
  • Applied Statistics 010401

Research interests

  • Social influence and social change 
  • Group process and dynamics
  • Decision making and judgement
  • Methodology and statistics for Psychology
  • Multicultural Psychology
  • Law and Psychology


As a Research Fellow I am working on the project titled "School identification, school climate and school outcomes: Evidence from  ACT Schools". I also worked with Associate Professor Kate Reynolds on a project "Understanding the school as an intergroup system: Implications for school reform and improving student and staff outcomes". The research investigates self-categorization processes and social change, as well as the role of social identity in school functioning. I joined this team from 2012 specially for longitudinal data analyses, scale development, and multi-level analysis for the project.

Researcher's projects

Understanding the school as an intergroup system: Implications for school reform and improving student and staff outcomes. Awarded by the ARC Linkage Project scheme to Katherine Reynolds, Boris Bizumic, Emina Subasic, Kathy Melsom (DET) and Fiona MacGregor (DET) in partnership with the ACT Department of Education and Training.

The project which continues work started in 2007, has been funded for three years and seeks to improve school outcomes (learning, attendance, behaviour, psychological well-being) through a better understanding of group processes and the way different groups within the school can achieve their shared aims and goals.  The central idea is that one’s group memberships and associated norms and practices directly impact on the attitudes and behaviours of individual members.  The aim is to change the relevant groups within a school and how they relate in order to build a more positive school climate and higher school identification and as a result, improve school outcomes. 

Current student projects

2012~ Isobel Turner PhD program publication:

Turner, I., Reynolds, K. J., Lee, E., Subasic, E., & Bromhead, D. (in press). Well-being, school climate and the social identity process: A latent growth model study of bullying perpetration and peer victimization. School Psychology Quarterly (Special issue on School Climate, Aggression, Peer Victimization, and Bully Perpetration)?

Past student projects

2013 Honours thesis: Stefano Portaluri. 'Work and Well-being: A Two-Wave Study Exploring the Relationship between Leadership Effectiveness, Social Identity, Psychological Well-being and Job Involvement" 

2013 Honours thesis: Elle McIntosh. "Identification as a mediator of the relationship between organisational justice climate and employee job involvement: A test of the group engagement model".


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