Edward received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from HELP University, Malaysia. At the completion of his degree, he was a teaching assistant in HELP University under the Department of Psychology and a research assistant for different research projects which include refugee children’s mental health, classroom behavior management, mental health literacy and the ability to recognize mental disorders among Malaysians.
O’Neal, C & Ong, E. Culturally Responsive Classroom Management and Inclusion: Burmese Refugee Education in Malaysia. Manuscript under review.
O'Neal, C., Ganesan, A., Harves, C., Satvinder, P., Satvinder, E., Fernandez, E., and Ong, E. (2011). Refugee Child Mental Health in Malaysia. Paper presented at the meeting of Fulbright Southeast Asia Conference, Bangkok, Thailand.
Yung, S., Gutierrez, T., Ong, E., & Lukman, H. (2011). Malaysian College Students’ Understanding of the Concept of Muscularity. Poster session presented at the Malaysian Psychology Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Ong, E. & Lukman, H. (2010). Body Image Related Factors and Depressive Symptoms among Malaysian Adolescents. Paper presented at the meeting of the ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies (ARUPS), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.