Mei completed her first degree at University College London. She then completed her Master's degree at Keele University. She gained her teaching qualification, PGCLT(HE), here at Solent University, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Mei worked in early intensive behavioural interventions for children with autism in Hong Kong, London and Hampshire for over ten years before joining Solent.
Mei's research interests include the application of behaviour analysis to children, the impact of having a Theory of Mind, and the development of empathy in children. Mei is currently working with international collaborators on a cross-cultural study exploring parenting styles and their relationship to the well-being of adolescents.
Abubakar, A. et.al., (2016). Measurement Invariance of the Brief Multidimensional Student’s Life Satisfaction Scale Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults Across 23 Cultural Contexts. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 34(1), 28-38.
Rose, A.K., Mason-Li, M., Nicholas, D., and Hobbs, M. (2010). A New Test to Measure Attentional Bias and Cognitive Disinhibition in Drinkers, Based on the Hayling Task. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 45(6), 501-6.