Dr. Aqeel Khan is faculty in the Counselling, School of Education, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) JOHOR, Malaysia. His current research interest includes Social Psychology, Positive Psychology and Educational Psychology. He has published 50 articles in Web of science Impact factor  and Scopus indexed academic journals , contributed 17 chapters in research books and edited 6 books. At present he is executing research projects, supervising PhD and Master students and providing training for publications at national and international level. He has received many research excellence awards for his research publications. Dr. Khan also teaching courses of research method and Counselling at post graduate level. He has presented many key note address at various International Conferences at Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. He has travelled number of countries to pursue his academic interests and visited Indonesia, Thailand, India, South Africa, Lebanon and Singapore. Partnership International project in collaboration with Turkey, Indonesia, UK and Netherland.

Dr. Aqeel Khan is  organized International Conferences:

International Conference on Educational Studies (ICES-2015)  

International Conference on Applied Counselling and Psychology (ICACP-2017)

Dr. Aqeel Khan has 70+ publications in Journals, Proceedings, and Book Chapters.

Chief Editor of Singaporean Journal of Social Science 2018-2020

Guest Editor In-chief of International Journal of Engineering & Technology (IJET) (Scopus Indexed Journal) 2018.

Guest Editor In-chief of Man In India journal 2016-2017

Editorial Board Member of Journal Education, sustainability and society 2018-2020

Editorial Board Member of Singaporean Journal of Social Science 2018-2020

Scopus Citations: 120     Scopus H-Index: 6

Google Citations: 300    Google H-Index: 10

PhD Supervised: 6

Recent ISI Indexed Publications :

  1. Eskin, M., Buhairan, F., Rezaeian, M., Khalek, A.M.A., Harlak, H., Nayal, M., Asad, N., Khan, A., Mechri, A., Noor, I.M., Hamdan, M., Isayeva,U., Khader, Y., Sayyari, A., Khader., Behzadi, B., Öztürk, C.S., Hendarmin, L.A., Khan, M.S., & Khatib, S.(2018). Suicidal Thoughts, Attempts and Motives among University Students in 12 Muslim-Majority Countries.  Psychiatric Quarterly (Accepted). (ISI Indexed, Impact Factor. 1.327)(Quartile=3).
  2. Bernardo, A. B. I., Yeung, S. S., Resurreccion, K. F., Resurreccion, R. R., & Khan, A.  (2018). External locus-of-hope, well-being, and coping of students: A cross-cultural investigation within Asia. Psychology in the Schools, Psychology in the Schools, 55(8), 908-923. (ISI Indexed, Impact Factor. 1.190).(Quartile=2).
  3. Mohd Tahir, L., Khan, A., Musah, M.B., Ahmad, R., Daud, K., Al-Hudawi, S.H.V., Musta’Amal @ Jamal, A.H., and Talib, R. (2018). Administrative Stressors and Islamic Coping Strategies Among Muslim Primary Principals in Malaysia: A Mixed Method Study. Community Mental Health Journal, 54(5), 649-663.(ISI Indexed, Impact Factor. 1.154).
  4. Bernardo, A. B. I., Salanga, M. G. C., Tjipto, S., Hutapea, B., Yeung, S. S., & Khan, A. (2016). Contrasting lay theories of polyculturalism and multiculturalism: Associations with essentialist beliefs of race in six Asian cultural groups.  Cross Cultural Research, 50 (3), 231–250.   (ISI Indexed, Impact Factor: 1.212). (Quartile=1).
  5. Hamdan, A.R., Anuar, M.K., & Khan, A. (2016). Implementation of co-teaching approach in an inclusive classroom: overview of the challenges, readiness, and role of special education teacher. Asia Pacific Education Review, 17, 289–298 (ISI Indexed, Impact Factor: 0.839). (Quartile=2).
  6. Khan, A., Hamdan, A.R., Ahmad, R., Mustaffa, M.S., & Mahalle, S. (2016). Problem-Solving Coping and Social Support as Mediators of Academic Stress and Suicidal Ideation Among Malaysian and Indian Adolescents. Community Mental Health Journal, 52(2), 245-250. DOI 10.1007/s10597-015-9937-6. (ISI Indexed, IMPACT FACTOR 1.112).  (Quartile=2).
  7. Bernardo, A. B. I., Salanga, M. G. C., Khan, A., & Yeung, S. S. (2016). Internal and external loci-of-hope predict use of individual and collaborative learning strategies: Evidence from university learners in four Asian cities. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 25 (3),367-376. doi:10.1007/s40299-015-0249-y. (ISI Indexed, IMPACT FACTOR 0.737). (Quartile=3).
  8. Tahir, L., Mohd Said, M.N.H., Daud, K., Vazhathodi., S.H., & Khan, A. (2016). The Benefits of Headship Mentoring: An Analysis of Malaysian Novice Head teachers’ Perceptions. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 44, 420-450. (ISI Impact Factor: 0.471). (Quartile=3).
  9. Janssens, H., Verkuyten, M. & Khan, A. (2015). Perceived social structural relations and group stereotypes: A test of the Stereotype Content Model in Malaysia. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 18(1), 52-61. doi: 10.1111/ajsp.12077. (ISI Indexed, IMPACT FACTOR 0.466). (Quartile=4).