KEE Ying Hwa Adrian

Kee Ying Hwa Adrian

Assistant Professor
Assistant Dean, Higher Degrees by Research
Office of Graduate Studies and Professional Learning (GPL),
Physical Education & Sports Science (PESS)

Office: 67903374

Biographical Profile

Dr. KEE graduated from the doctoral program at the Department of Physical Education, National Taiwan Normal University under the support of the Taiwan Scholarship, awarded by the Taiwan government. He is interested in the research of peak performance, mindfulness, and motivation in relation to sport, motor control and motor learning. He also attempts to apply the complex systems approach toward solving research problems in human movement and psychology. Of late, he became interested in how the "making" movement might shape the next generation of sport science and PE professionals. He is an alumnus of the Santa Fe Complex Systems Summer School held in Beijing, 2008.

Research Interests
  •  Mindfulness and its influence on motor behavior
  • Complex systems approach in understanding psychology
  • Intrinsic motivation and flow in human performance

Research Interest in the Neuroscience of Learning and Education
  • Neuromuscular aspects of postural balance associated with mindfulness inductions
  • Data analysis for EEG based on the co