Personal Details

Associate Professor DR. AQEEL KHAN
Ph.D (Psychology)

Affiliation: School of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM),  Skudai ,Johore, 81310, MALAYSIA


Career Profile: 12 Years Research & Teaching experiences with 9 PhD students supervised and many master students.

Scopus Profile : DRAQEEL_Scopus Profile

Google Scholar Profile: Aqeel -Google Scholar 

Publons Profile:

  1. Guest Editor, Journal name: Frontiers in Human Dynamics, Special Issue topic “Social Cure During COVID-19: The Role of Social Connections, Social Networks and Digital Technologies” Weblink
  2. Guest Editor In Chief (April, 2020), Universal Journal of Educational Research (UJER) Scopus Journal Web Link


Stanford University’s listed of the World’s Top 2% scientists in the the single Calendar   year 2019  (Received 2020)

Indexed Publication Award by Anugerah Perkhidmatan Cemerlang Citra Karisma UTM (2020)

Students Supervision Award by  Majlis Anugerah Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities (FSS) UTM (2019)
Publication Award by  Majlis Anugerah Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities (FSS) UTM (2019)
Indexed Publication Award by Cemerlang Citra Karisma UTM (2019)

Helmut Remschimdt Research Seminar 2019 at Institute of Mental Health Singapore, sponsored by IACAPAP World Congress -2020.

Quality Services Teaching Award UTM (2018)
Excellent Service Award by  Anugerah Perkhidmatan Cemerlang Citra Karisma UTM -2017
Quality Award UTM (2017)
Teaching Award UTM (2017)
Appreciation Award for Contribution and use of MOOCs -2016
Exhibition (INATEX) Award UTM -2014

Advance Research Training Course at South Africa sponsored by ICP-2012.

Latest Web of Science/Scopus Published Articles

  1. Eskin, M., Khan, A., et al. (2020). The Associations of Religiosity, Attitudes towards Suicide and Religious Coping with Suicidal Ideation and Suicide Attempts in 11 Muslim Countries, Social Science & Medicine, (Accepted September 2020),  (IF 3.616) (WOS Quartile=1). Web Link
  2. Khan, A., et al. (2020). Mediating Effect of Positive Psychological Strength and Study Skills on Examination Anxiety among Nigerian College Students. Sustainability, 12(4), pp. 1-16.  (IF 2.592).  (Q2).  Web Link
  3. Lukman, F., Khan, A., Latif, A.A. (2020). Validating the mediating effect of negotiation style between problem solving strategies and communication style on marital satisfaction among Nigerian. Journal of Critical Reviews,7(6): 288-292,  Web link
  4. Khan, A., et al. (2016). Problem-Solving Coping and Social Support as Mediators of Academic Stress and Suicidal Ideation Among Malaysian and Indian Adolescents. Community Mental Health Journal52(2), 245-250. (IF 1.112).  (Q2). web link
  5. Khan, A. (2013). Predictors of Positive Psychological Strengths and Subjective Well-being among North Indian Adolescents: Role of Mentoring and Educational Encouragement. Social Indicators Research, 114, 3, 1285-1293. (IF 1.264). (Q1). web link
  6. Khan, A. (2012). Sex Differences’ in Educational Encouragement and Academic Achievement. Psychological Reports, 111, 1, 149-155. (ISI Indexed, IMPACT FACTOR 0.439). (Q4). web link
  7. Khan, A & Husain, A. (2010). Social Support as a Moderator of Positive Psychological Strengths and Subjective Well-Being. Psychological Reports, 106, 534-538. (IF: 0.439 ). (Q4). Web Link web link
  8. 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. (2019). Suicidal Thoughts, Attempts and Motives among University Students in 12 Muslim-Majority CountriesPsychiatric Quarterly, 90, 229-248. (IF. 1.327) (Quartile=3). web link
  9. Verkuyten, M., & Khan, A (2012). Interethnic Relations in Malaysia: Group Identifications, Indispensability and Inclusive Nationhood. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 15, 2, 132-139. (IF: 0.83 ). (Q4).  web link
  10. Alshemmeri, F., Putih, A., Siraj, S., Khan, A., Abdallah, N. (2011). Art Ability and Academic Achievement in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Role of Age and Sex. New Educational Review, 26 (4), 238-247. ISI Indexed, IMPACT FACTOR 0.075 ). (Q4). web link