Lecturer, Department of Psychology, HELP University, Malaysia 

Phone:   +603 7849 3225



Elaine lectures in quantitative research and social psychology in the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Behavioral Sciences, HELP University, Malaysia. She also serves as the convener for the Center for Diversity, and is a Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society. 

Research Interests

Social identity & social change 

Intergroup dynamics 

Recent Publications

Tee, E.Y.J., Ramis, T., Fernandez, E.F. & Paulsen, N. (2017). Responding to Injustice: Perception, Anger, and Identification as Drivers of Collective Action, in Zerbe, W. (ed.). Research on Emotion in Organizations, Volume 13. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 

Fernandez, D.P., Tee, E.Y.J. & Fernandez, E.F. (2017, in press). Do Cyber Pornography Use Inventory-9 (CPUI-9) Scores Reflect Actual Compulsivity in Internet Pornography Use? Exploring the Role of Abstinence Effort. Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 24(3), 156-179.