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Department of Psychology

Dr. CHAN Cheuk Long, Bill

Dr. Bill Chan

Assistant Lecturer


Office:  WYL124, Dorothy Y L Wong Building
              Department of Applied Psychology
              Lingnan University, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong

TEL:      (852) 2616 8785

FAX:     (852) 2616 5997


Bill obtained his PhD from the Department of Psychology, the University of Edinburgh. His PhD thesis was a multi-method exploration of physical activity, personality and wellbeing in older adults and university students in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. Prior to joining Lingnan University in November 2021, he taught Year 1 and Year 3 Psychology courses at the University of Edinburgh. He has been awarded an Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA).



  • Personality Traits
  • Physical Activity
  • Subjective Wellbeing
  • Lived Experiences of Student Athletes  
  • Occupational Stress



Chan, B. C. L., & Lee, B. (2020). Wellbeing and personality through sports: A qualitative study of older badminton players in two cultures. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 12(3), 350-362. 


Chan, B. C. L., & Lee, B. (2021). “Nobody will be there to do the laundry for you”: A qualitative study of wellbeing in university athletes in two cultures. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 1-25. 


Chan, B. C. L., Luciano, M., & Lee, B. (2018). Interaction of physical activity and personality in the subjective wellbeing of older adults in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. Behavioral Sciences, 8(8), 71.  


Teaching Subjects

Academic Year:  2022 - 2023:

1st Term: PSY3103 Psychology of Human Performance and Technology
  PSY4003 Psychological Testing and Assessment
2nd Term: PSY3003 Negotiation, Judgement, and Decision Making in Organisations 
  PSY4103 Contemporary Issues in Psychology
  PSY4325 Industrial and Organisational Psychology