Curriculum Vitae
Associate Professor Dr. Ungsinun Intarakamhang

 

1. Personal Details

  1. Mrs.Ungsinun Intarakamhang  Birthday:   September  24, 1965  
  2. Current Position - Deputy director of  Research, Behavioral Science Research Institute
  3. Research Specialist:  Behavioral Science, Education, Health Psychology, Health Science 
  4. Office Address:   Behavioral Science Research Institute (BSRI), Srinakharinwirot University (SWU), Sukhumvit23 rd.,  Bangkok, Thailand 10110 Tel. 662-6495000 ext. 17624 Fax. 662-2620809   
    E-mail: ungsinun@gmail.com, ungsinun@swu.ac.th

2. Education Background

Year

Degree

Institute

2002

Ph.D. in Non Formal Education, Education Faculty

Chulalongkorn University,Bangkok, Thailand.

1993

Master in Public Health Science (Health Education) 

Mahidol  University Bangkok, Thailand.

1988

Bachelor of  Nursing Science  

Thai Red Cross Nursing College

3. Work Experience


1988-1989
1989-1993
1994-2003
2004-2010
2011- present

Nurse in Chulalongkorn Hospital
Nurse in Thai Red Cross Center No. 6 in Aranpradbet  District
Human Resource Officer in Human Resource Devision, Thai Red Cross
Faculty and Assistance Professor in  Behavioral Science Research Institute, SWU
Associate Professor  in  Behavioral Science Research Institute, SWU

4. Administrational  Position  

  1. Deputy director of  Research, Behavioral Science Research Institute, SWU  During  June 2012 -May2016
  2. Deputy director of  Knowledge Management and Affair, BSRI, SWU  During June 2009 -  May 2012             
  3. Council committee of  SWU, Faculty  representation During June  2011 – May 2013
  4. Research Board of  SWU During June  2011 –  Present  
  5. Committee  of National Research Counciling Education  During  January 2016 – 2019
  6. Deputy director of Research and Knowledge Management, BSRI, SWU During June - Present
  7. Committee of Academic Experts in Economic and Social, National Research Council of Thailand During Jan. 2017- Dec. 2018
  8. Committee of Experts in Road Map Preparation and Research and Innovation Stagegy in Thai education 4.0, National Research Council of Thailand During Jan 2019 – Present

5.  Social  and  Academic  Position

  1. Chairman of the Education Board  of  Watthasanaroon Suntarikaram School, Bangkok During2004–2012  
  2. Advisor in The Royal Golden Jubilee Ph.d. Program  of  Thailand Research Fund (TRF) at 16th set
  3. Advisor in Faculty and staff development programs for higher education institutions in development zone  in Southern borderline of Commission on Higher Education, Thailand 
  4. Chairman and  Committee of internal Audit  in Higher Education Institute of Commission on Higher Education, Thailand , Assessor’s Code  MUAC01416  
  5. Committee of internal Audit  in Education Quality Assurance of   SWU

 

6 .Academic Rewards

  1. In 2008 - Outstanding Young Researcher from Thailand Research Fund-TRF and Office of the HigherEducation Commission
  2. In 2008 - The Honorable Award for Research and Development Thai Behavior from National Research Council
  3. In 2009 - Honorable Certificate for  the Duty of Basic Education Committee of School in Bangkok for 4 Years
  4. In 2010 - Awards for Middle Level  Researchers in Social and Humanity of Srinakharinwirot University
  5. In 2010 - Outstanding Alumni Award in Institute Administration Branch of Thai Red Cross Nursing Alumni Association
  6. In 2010 - Certificate of Excellent Presentation in Conference " New Researchers find Senior Researchers" of TRF and the Higher Education Commission at Holiday Regents Inn Hotel, Thailand
  7. In 2011 - Awards for Senior Level  Researchers in Social and Humanity of Srinakharinwirot University
  8. In 2012 - Outstanding Researcher Reward for Employee of Srinakharinwirot University
  9. In 2012 - The National Honorable Award for Research Article from Institute of Development Administration  (Topic: Effects of Self Managing Life Crisis Based on the Oriental towards Life Crisis and Well-being of Married  Women)
  10. In 2010 - Outstanding Alumni Award in Research Branch of Thai Red Cross Nursing Alumni Association
  11. In 2012- Honor Certificate for Volunteer in Social Benefit from Police Hospital which Provided on the Foundation Day of the National Police Agency.

7.  Study Visiting  in Abroad  University  

  1. October 1-30, 2000  -  Certificated   Vocational  Education at  University of  Technology ,  Sydney –UTS, Australia.
  2. May 22-27, 2004  -Study Visit  and Co-operated  on The 1st  International Postgraduate Research Colloquium  at  International Islamic University  Malaysia  -IIUM , Malaysia.
  3. September 4-11, 2005 -  Study Visit  in Murdoch University  and  Edith Cowan University,  Australia  
  4. December 18 -20, 2005   Recommended   Course of Applied Behavioral Science Research  at  National University of Laos , Vientiane,  Laos. 
  5. March 25-31, 2006  - Study Visit  in Faculty of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Groningen,  Netherlands.
  6. June 24  –  July1, 2006 – Study Visit  in   East-West Center,  Hawaii University,  USA.  
  7. June  19-26, 2010   -  Study visit  in Department of   Health  Psychology, Sheffield  Hallam University,  England. 
  8. May  11-17, 2011  - Study  Visit  in Department of Sociology,  University of Kashmir Srinagar, India
  9. April 27 – May 4 , 2012 – Study Visit  in  Psychology Faculty, Saint Petersburg  and  Moscow State University, Russia.
  10. March  4-12, 2013 - Study Visit  Psychological department, Economic Faculty , Istanbul University, Turkey.
  11. June 22-29, 2014  - Study Visit  Faculty of Psychology, The University of Alcalá, Madrid, Spain.
  12. October 25 – 27 th , 2016 – Training at Centre Point Hotel – Chidlom, November 26 th –December 4 th , 2016. UK training visit and January 24 – 26 t ,2017 , Newton fund Professional Development Programme for Midcareer Researchers, Fundingnby the British Council and the Thailand Research Fund under the Newton Fund-TRF.
  13. May 5 – July 4, 2017 - Intensive Continuing Study Programme in Research Area at Institute of Education, Massey University, NZ
  14. April 1- June 8, 2018 – Fellowship in Health Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.  
  15. April 18-20, 2018: Attended the developing the psychological tools session in MSc Health Psychology at SHU, Collegiate Crescent Campus, UK.
  16. April 25-26, 2018: Participated the conference in Health and Social Care 2018 at Technology & Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, 99 George Street, G1 1RD. Glasgow, UK.
  17. May2-4, 2018: Participated the conference by The British Psychological Society at the 2018 BPS Annual Conference to be held at the East Midlands Conference Centre (EMCC), Nottingham, UK.

8. Conferences and Workshops
    National Conferences

  1. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2005). Synthesis of Research Studies in Thailand Related to Emotional Intelligence. Oral Presentation in Thai at the Foundation Day of Behavioral Science Research Institute, 50th anniversary  on 24 August 2005 at  Education Faculty Srinakharinwirot University.
  2. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2006). Casual Relation Analysis and Indices of Midlife Crisis of Married Thai Women Working outside Houses in Bangkok and Periphery. Oral Presentation in Thai at the Foundation Day of Behavioral Science Research Institute, 50th anniversary  on  25 August 2006 at Library  Meeting 8th Floor, SWU.
  3. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2007).  Factors Related to Midlife Crisis of Married Thai Women Working in Public, Public enterprise and Private sectors.  Poster Presentation in Thai at Academic Seminar Conference in Behavioral Science for Social and Personal Development on  24 August 2007 at Prasanmit Building, SWU.
  4. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2007). Indices of Midlife Crisis of Thai Women Working in Bangkok and Periphery. Oral Presentation in Thai of Academic Meeting on  8 November 2006 at Graduate Faculty Meeting, SWU.  
  5. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2007). Causal Model of  Midlife Crisis of Married Thai Women Working outside Houses in Bangkok and Periphery. Poster Presentation in English in Thailand Research Expo 2007on 7 -9 September 2007 at Central World, Bangkok.
  6. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2009). Research Synthesis related to Stress and Coping of Thai people. Oral Presentation in Thai at Academic Srinakharinwirot 3rd  Conference  on  22 January 2009 at Continuing Education and Research Building, SWU.
  7. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2554). Causal Relation Model of Environment, Job Motivation to Service Behaviors in Health Promotion and Disease Protection of Medical Providers. Oral Presentation  in Thai at the Foundation Day of Behavioral Science Research Institute, 56th anniversary  on 25 August 2011 at  BSRI, SWU.

  
    International Conferences and Workshops

  1. Ungsinun Intarakamhang and Tasana Thongpukdee. (2005). Development of Academic Leadership Competency Model for Faculty Members in Public, Private and Public Autonomous University. Oral Presentation at Asian Applied Psychology International Regional Conference (AAPI –RC) on 14-16 November 2005 at Bangkok , Thailand.
  2. Ungsinun Intarakamhang and Ashara Sucaromana. (2005). Synthesis of Research Studies in Thailand related to Emotional Intelligence. Poster Presentation at SASP 34th Annual Conference on 8-10 April 2005 , Townsville , Australia.
  3. Ungsinun Intarakamhang.(2005). Factors related to Emotional Intelligence. Poster Presentation at Asian Applied Psychology International regional Conference (AAPI – RC) on 16 November 2005 at Bangkok, Thailand.  
  4. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2007). Causal Relation Analysis of Midlife Crisis of Employed, Married Thai Women. Oral Presentationat the 4th International Postgraduate Research Colloquium “Harnessing Behavioral Science to Promote the Quality of Life”. 20 June 2007 at The research and Continuing Education Hall, Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand.
  5. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2007). Indices of Midlife Crisis of Employed, Married Thai Women. Partnership: Protection: Participation: Annual Conference and AGM 2007 Poster Presentation. 23 August 2007 At University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.  
  6. Ungsinun Intarakamhang.(2010). Effect of Self Managing Life Crisis based on the Oriental Approach toward Midlife Crisis and Well-being of Married Thai Woman in Bangkok. Oral Presentation at EAOHP on 29-31 March, 2010 in Rome, Italy.
  7. Ungsinun Intarakamhang.(2011), Effects of health behavioral modification program on metabolic diseases in non-government organizations. Oral Presentation at International Conference for academic Discipline: International Journal of Arts and Sciences On 31 May - 3 June, 2011 in Sulzburg, Austrai.
  8. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2012). Success results of high Performance and potential system (HIPPS) Administration of Thai government departments. Oral presentation at International Journal of Arts and Sciences, European Conference for Academic Disciplines on 9 April 2012 in Gottenheim, Germany.  
  9. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2013). Establishing a System of  Standards for the Training Process of  New Thai Government Officials  during the Work Trial Period. Oral presentation at  7th  Annual International Conference on Sociology,  Athen, Greece on  6-9 May 2013.  
  10. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2014). Effective Talents Management for Continuing of  Managing Thai Government. Oral presentation at  American Canadian Conference for Academic Disciplineswhich will be held at Ryerson University’s International Learning Center, Toronto,  from 19 to 22 May 2014.
  11.  Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2015). Multilevel Causal Analysis of Socio-Psychological and    Behavioral Factors of Health Providers and Clients That Affect Health Behavioral Modification in Obesity. Oral presentation at  Paris 2015: Euro-American Conference for Academic Disciplines by IJAS, International Conference for Social Sciences and Humanities at 30 rue Cabanis, 75014 Paris, France from 13 to 16 April, 2015.
  12. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2016).The Development and Application of the ABCDE-Health Literacy Scale for Thai Adults. Oral presentation at  23rd International Conference on Social  Science and Humanities (ICSSH) Warsaw,  Poland On March 23, 2016.
  13. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2016). Readiness Preparation to Volunteer Working and Causal Relationship Model Development of Self- Wellness Management Related to Volunteer Working of University staff. Oral presentation at  37th International Conference on Social Science and Humanities (ICSSH),  Cape Town, South Africa  On May 2, 2016.
  14. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2017). Effects of Psycho-Social Factors, Organizational Commitment and Organizational Citizenship Behavior on Work Behaviors of Officials Working in the Office of the Narcotics Control Board –ONCB. oral presentation at the IJAS, International Conference for Social Sciences and Humanities which will be held at the Grand Hotel Excelsior, Great Siege Road, Valletta FRN1810, Malta On 26 February to 2 March 2017. 
  15. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2018). Evaluation of Probationary Performance of Thai Government Officials. Oral presentation at the XVI Annual International Conference of the Bulgarian Comparative Education Society (BCES) Golden Sands, Varna, Bulgaria, Conference theme: Education in Modern Society On 11 -15 June 2018.

9.  Published Research Articles in Thai,  Abstract in English, in National  Database, TCI (https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/index/search/category/7290)
Published in Thai, Abstract in English.

  1. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2000).Adult Learning and Organizational Learning Development.Journal of Education Studies, (3), 92-104.
  2. Ungsinun Intarakamhang.(2003, August). Academic Article Writing: For  New Authors.  Alumni Journal of Thai Red Cross Nursing,  at Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association of Thai Red Cross Nursing in  2003.
  3. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2004). Core Competencies of Academic Leaders: Lifelong Learning. Journal of Education Studies, 13(1), 95-105.
  4. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2004). Effect of Factors Concerning Adult Learning, Personal Background and Oraganizational Environment on the Performance of Medical Service Provider. Education Reform  Book, Non- Formal Education: The Studies and Different Activities Guideline. Manaswas Kovitaya, Editor. Center of Textbooks and academic papers, Education Faculty, Chulalongkorn University, 36-62.
  5. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2004). Cooperative Learning to Goal Success. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 10(1), 52-58.   
  6. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2005).  Future Research :  Trend  Study of  Organization Role. Journal of Psychology, The Thai Psychological Associate, 12(1), 125-140.
  7. Ungsinun Intarakamhang,& Ashara Sucaromana. (2005). Synthesis of Research Studies in Thailand related to Emotional Intelligence. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 11 (1), 1-18.
  8. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, &  Tasana Thongpukdee. (2005). Development of Academic Leadership Competency Model for Faculty Members in Public, Private and Public Autonomous University. Journal of  Behavioral Science,11(1), 51-72.
  9. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, Ashara Sucaromana,  & Oraphin Choochom. (2007). Factors Related to Midlife Crisis of Married Thai Women Workingin Public, Public Enterprise and Private Sectors. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 13(1), 50-65.
  10. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (Sep, 2008). Research Synthesis Related to Stress and Coping of Thai people. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 14(1), 135-150.
  11. Bangon Changsap,  Pannee Boonprakob,  Manat Boonprakob, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2551). Model Development for Promoting Household Environment and Sanitation Behaviors in the Slum Area : a Case Study of Khlong Toei Community, Bangkok. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 14(1), 166-182.
  12. Sukolrat Ingchatcharoen,  Pannee Boonprakob, &Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2552). Relationship, Experience and Psychological Factors related to Trust in Physician and Nurse Teams of operational and anesthetic services of Patients at Thummasat University Hospital.  Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 1(1), 28-41.
  13. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. Oraphin Choochom,  Worasorn Netthip, & Patcharee Dongchan. (2009). Project Management and Evaluation for Health Behavior Change of the Organizations in Bangkok Metropolis. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 15(1), 28-38.
  14. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2009). Effect of Self Managing Life Crisis based on the Oriental Approach toward Midlife Crisis and Well-being of Married Thai Woman in Bangkok. Journal of Social Development, 11(2), 29-59.
  15.  Natthaya Pongprawat, Oraphin Choochom, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2010). Psychological Characteristics and Nurse Socialization related to Job Performance as Professional Nursing Roles of New Graduated Nurse Autonomous University Hospitals in Bangkok.  Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 2(1), 29-42.
  16. Wirin KittipichaiUngsinun Intarakamhang, & Juthamas Kaewpijit. (2010). Evaluation of Developing Course of Middle Administrators in Higher Education Institutions to Strengthen the Administration of New UniversitiesJournal of  Behavioral Science,16(1), 56-70.
  17. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, Tasana Thongpukdee, & Worasorn Netthip. (2010). Effects of Managing Program for Health Behavioral Modification of the Public and Private Organizations in Bangkok Metropolis. Journal of  Behavioral Science,16(2), 96-112.
  18.  Oraphin Choochom,  Ashara Sucaroman, &  Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2010). An Analysis of Work-family Linkage and Quality of Life. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 16(2), 33-49.
  19. Yongyut Sanprasit, Pannee Boonprakob, Ronnachai Kongsakon, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2011).  Domestic Violence Prevention Model with Participatory Action of Families and Community: A Case Study of a Community in Pathumthani Province. Journal of  Behavioral Science,17(2), 19-36.
  20. Sujinda Prasert, Oraphin Choochom,  Pannee Boonprakob, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2011).  The Effects of Development of Intrinsic Motivation Learning and Self-Directed Learning Ability on Self-Directed Learning Behavior of Chandrakasem Rajabhat University Students. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 17(2), 53-68 .
  21. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Worasorn Netthip. (2012). Causal Relation Model of Person and Job Environment Factors to Service Behaviors in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention among Health Care Providers. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 18(1),  34-48.
  22. Supitcha wongchan, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Pannee Boonprakob. (2012). Psychological and Situational Characteristics to Health Behaviors and Nutritional Status of Personnel of Health Department, Ministry of Public Health. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 4(1), 83-94.
  23. Yuwada Singhametha, Supaporn Tanachanan , & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2012). Factors Related to Health Promotion Behaviors for Diabetes Prevention of Personals at Theptarin Hospital. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 4(1), 105-118.
  24. Sompop Boonnasak, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Wichuda Kijtorntham. (2013). Psycho-Social Factors Related to Service Behaviors in Health Promotion of Officers Working in the Universal Coverage Health Security System in Bangkok. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 5(1), 53-64.
  25. Tassanan Chinsiriphan, Ungsinun Intarakhamhang, & Wichuda Kijtorntham. (2013). Psychosocial Factors Related to Mathayomsuksa 3 Students’ Moderation Practices as Sufficiency Economy in School with Sufficiency Model. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 5(1), 65-78 .
  26. Soraya Kongdit, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang (2013). Psycho - Social Factors Related to Working Behavior with Social Responsibility Employees Who Work at Auto Manufacturers.  Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 5(1), 165-175.
  27. Worasorn Netthip, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & NumChai Suppareakchaisakul. (2013).  The Effect of Psychological Characteristics and Work Environment to Team Leading Role and Project Managing Behavior of Health Promotion School Team Leader in Bangkok and Periphery. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 5(1), 199-213.
  28.  Rungaroon Phuengyaem, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Narisara Peungposop. (2013).  Psychosocial Factors Related to Health Quotient of Health Care Providers in the Faculty of Medicine, Ramathibodi  Hospital, Mahidol University.  Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 5(1), 229-240.
  29. Supansa Pulpipat, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, &  Supaporn Thanachanan. (2013).  Effect of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Oriented Program for Decreasing Depression Disorder in Drug Addicts. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 5(1), 241-253 .
  30. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Piyaratana Wongtongluea. (2013). Effect of Psychological Characteristics and Study Situations to Research Based Learning Behavior of the Graduate Students in Behavioral Science Research Institute , Srinakharinwirot University. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 5(1),254-266.
  31. Nantawat Pattaragorranan, Wattanee Rojsumrit, Nipa Sripairot, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2013).  The Development of Training Package Using Experiential Learning Process to Enhance the Public Consciousness of Red Cross Youth Volunteers. Journal of  Behavioral Science,19(1), 24-35.
  32. Wiladlak Chuawanlee, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2013). Development of a System of Standards for the Training Process of New Thai Government Officials during the Work Trial Period.  Journal of  Behavioral Science, 19(2), 1-15.
  33. Punyada Praditbathuka, Ungsinun Intarakamhan, & Numchai Supparerkchaisakul. (2013). The Psycho-Social Causal Factors Affecting the Competency and Research-Based Instruction Behaviors of Faculty Members of Rajabhat Universities in Bangkok Metropolitan and Vicinity Area. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 19(2), 1-16.
  34. Kanyarat Kuysuwan,  Numchai Supparerkchaisakul, Wiladlak Chuawanlee, &  Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2013). Causal Factors of HIV/AIDS Safe Sex Behavior among Thai Navy Conscripts: The Study of Change during Training in the Recruitment Center and Effects of AIDS Risk Reduction Program. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 19(2), 35-58.
  35. Nathawut Kaewsutha, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Patcharee Duangchan. (2013). The Causal Factors of Oral Health Care Behavior of Early Adolescents. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 19(2), 153-164.
  36. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, Niphitphon Seangdoung, & Piya Boocha. (2014). Analysis and Synthesis of Research in Science, Humanity and Social Science: Srinakharinwirot University Case Study by Meta and Content Analysis. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 20(1), 19-34. 
  37. Supitcha Wongchan, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Pannee Boonprakop. (2014). The Effect of 3-Self Health Behavior Modification Program for Reducing Obesity of Late Adolescents. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 20(1), 127-141. 
  38. Nathawut Kaewsutha, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, &Patcharee Duangchan. (2014). A Causal Relationship Model of Oral Hygiene Care Behavior and the Oral Hygiene Status of Early Adolescents. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 20(2), 77-95.
  39. Disayuit Buajoom, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Pannee Boonprakob. (2014).  The Development of Learning  Model by Community Based Approach for Establishing Both Vocational Interests and Skills on Local Careers for the Students of BAN-PANAENG WITTAYA SCHOOL. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 20(2), 19-36.
  40. Jiraporn Prasertla, &Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2014). Psychological and Situational Factors Related to the Behaviors of Continuing Education Preparation in Public among Students Who Belong to Department of Education Bangkok Metropolitan Administrator. UMT-POLY Journal, 11(2), 11-15.
  41. Pannee Songsiri, &Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2014). Psychological Characteristics and Learning Situations Related to Research- Based Learning of the Graduate Students Public Universities in Bangkok and Its Vicinity. UMT-POLY Journal, 11(2), 27-35.
  42. Apiwan Ploychai, &Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2014). Psychological Factors Related to Coping Behaviors of the Service Providers in the Universal Coverage Health Security System in Bangkok Area. UMT-POLY Journal, 11(2), 36-41
  43. Wantana WattanaTham, &Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2014). Psychological and Situation on Factor Related to Effective Teamwork Behavior of Employees of the Mall Group. Proceedings: The 32rd National Graduate Research Conference on 3-4  November, 2014  at Innovation Buildings, Srinakharinwirot, Bangkok.
  44. Nutthapong Thammaruksasit, Thasuk Janprasert, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2015). The Professional Socialization : Case Study of Professionals Industrial Designers to Support ASEAN Economic Community. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 7(1), 75-95.
  45. Krittipat Chuenphitthayavut, Numchai Supparerkchaisakul, &  Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2015). The Effect of Psychological and Social Factors toward Flood Disaster Risk Management Behavior through Psychological Capital and Posttraumatic Growth of Teachers in Vicinity. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 21(2), 39-56.
  46. Nathawut Kaewsutha, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, &Patcharee Duangchan. (2015). Theories and Concept of Behavior Modification Hygiene Care Early Adolescences. SWU Dent Journal, 8(1),  87-100.
  47. Tipnoporn Kueket, &  Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2015).  Psychological Factors Related to Work Behavior with Good Governance on Transparency of Local Administrative Procurement Officer in Central Region. Proceedings:  The 36th National Graduate Research Conference on 29-31 October, 2015 at  International Education and Training Center  Maejo University, Chiangmai, Thailand  Page 871 -878.
  48. Vichuta Kongmueanphet, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2015). Psycho-Social Factors Related to Self-Dental Hygiene Behavior of Clients in Dental Center of Hospital Angthong Province.  Proceedings:  The 36th National Graduate Research Conference on 29-31 October, 2015 at  International Education and Training Center  Maejo University, Chiangmai, Thailand,  Page 900-907.
  49. Suphika Dangkrajang, Anan Malarat, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2015). The Food Consumption Behavior of Lower Secondary School Overweight Students. Thammasat Medical Journal, 15(4), 600-608. http://www.med.tu.ac.th/TMJ/uploads/PDF/1206.pdf
  50. Preeyanuch Wiriyarachawanlop, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2016).  The Effect of Psycho-Social Factors on Supervisors’ Managerial Coaching and  High Performance Behavior of the Government Officers in the Thailand’s Ministry of Justice: Factor Analysis and a Path Analytic Approach. Journal of  Behavioral Science, 22(1), 67-86.
  51. Kajornsak Khiawnoi, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, &  Waiyawut Yoonisil. (2016).   A Process of Driving Basic Education Schools to the ASEAN Community. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 8(1), 210-231.
  52. Phrmaha SupachaiSaetier (Achito), & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2016).   The Causal Model Study of Intelligent Consumption Behaviors for Grade 6 Students under the Department of Bangkok Metropolitan. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 8(1), 233- 244.
  53. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2016). Readiness Preparation to Volunteer Working and Causal Relationship Model Development of Self- Wellness Management Related to Volunteer Working of University staff. Journal of Behavioral Science, 22(2), 103-119.
  54. Niphitphon Seangdoung & Ungsinun Intarakamhang (2016). The Causal Relationship Model of Volunteering Behavior Affected on Retention in Volunteer Working of the Elderly Persons. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 8(2), 133-150.
  55. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, Pitchada Sutipan and wichuda kijtorntham. (2017). Research and Development of the Training Curriculums about Knowledge of ASEAN for the Provincial Government Personnel. Journal of Behavioral Science, Vol. 23 (1). 87-103.
  56. Romtawan kalapat, Ungsinun Intrarakamhang, & Jarun Ounthitiwat. (2017). Religious Commitment and Positive Family Relationship Factors Related to Emotional Crisis Coping of the Clients of Menopause Clinics in the Bangkok Metropolitan Area. Journal of Behavioral Science, Vol. 23 (1). 187-204.
  57. Phanomporn Piamsiltham, Piyada Sombatwattana & Ungsinun Intarakhamhang. (2017). Psychological and Social Situational Factors Related to the Money Management Behaviors of Government Teachers in Bangkok Primary Educational Service Area Office. Journal of Behavioral Science, Vol. 23 (1). 205-223.
  58. Preeyanuch Wiriyarachawanlop & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2017). The Multi-level Effects of Supervisors’ Managerial Coaching and Psycho-social Situations on High Performance Behavior of the Government Officer in the Minister of Justice. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 9(1), 41-60.
  59. Jarupa Wongchanglor, Patcharee Duangchan, and Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2017). Influencing Factors to Individual and Family Self-management Behavior of First-time Postpartum Mother. Kuakarun Journal of Nursing, 24(1), 179-196.
  60. Laphatrada Sadokbua Ungsinun Intarakamhang and Patcharee Duangchan. (2017). Situation, Conditions, Problems, Needs and Conditions of Elderly Leader with Behavioral Self-management for the Alternative Medicine in Hypertension Elders by Using the Process of Participation in the Community. Research and Development Health System Journal, 10(1), 60-69.
  61. Ungsinun Intarakamhang and Thanchanok Khumthong. (2017). Health Literacy Scale for Unwanted Pregnancy Prevention of Thai Female Adolescents, Journal of public health nursing, Vol.31 Accepted paper.
  62. Nachima BakohUngsinan Intarakamhang  & Patcharee Duangchan. (2017). Self-Management and Family Coping Leading  to the Strong Family of Muslim Married Women  Teachers in Three Southern Border Provinces of ThailandJournal of Behavioral Science for Development, 9(2),16-39.
  63. Araya Chiangkhong, Patcharee Duangchan and Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2017). Health Literacy in Diabetic Adult: Experience of Diabetic Patient and Perspective on Health Literacy. Kuakarun Journal of Nursing, .24(2), 162-178.
  64. Ungsinun Intarakamhang and Chatchai Ekpanyaskul. (2018). Effect of Positive Psychology and Cultural Social Norm on Healthy Behavior and Family Well-being by Mediated by Health Literacy of Family in the Semi- Urban Community: Mixed Methods. Journal of Behavioral Science, 24(1),1-21.
  65. Piya Boocha  Ungsinun Intarakamhang Chintana Tansuwannond (2018). The Causal Relationship Model of Psychosocial Factors Affecting e-learning Behavior of Undergraduate Student1. Journal of Behavioral Science, 24(1), 83-101.
  66. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, Chatchai Ekpanyaskul,  Wichuda Kijtorntham, Sittipong Wattananonsakul,  Aran Wanichakorn,  Saran Pimthong, Ujsara Prasertsin,  Sudarat Tuntivivat, Jennifer Chavanovanich, and Pitchada Sutipan. (2018). Causal Factors Influencing Research Proposal Development and Research Publication of Faculty Members in Srinakharinwirot University by the Mediating Impact of Qualification of the Mentors. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 10(1), 42-62. 
  67. Wachirawut Wangsom Ungsinun Intarakamhang  and Chatchai Ekpanyaskul. (2018). Social and intelligent aspects to predict the health care behavior among patients at risk of ischemic stroke. J Med Health Sci. 25(2), 82-96.
  68. Thanida Khongsamai  Ungsinun Intarakamhang and Jarun Ounthitiwat. (2018). Cultural Competence Concept. Reesearch and Development Health System Journal, 11(2), 69-74.
  69. Pariyawit Nurash Ungsinun Intarakamhang  and Kasekan Katvayut. (2019). Effect of Teaching Program on Oral Health Literacy and  Patient-Centered Communication Promotion. Journal of Behavioral Science for Development, 11(1),71-90.
  70. Poranee Wiraseranee Ungsinun Intarakamhang and Pichayanee Poonpol. (2019). Social environmental factors and personal factors related to soccer bet avoidance behavior of high school students in Bangkok metropolis affiliation school.  Journal of Behavioral Science, 25(1),82-99.

Published Research Paper  in  International Journal , ISI, SCOPUS, PubMed, EBSCO and  ACI 

  1. Intarakamhang, U. (2005). Synthesis of Research Studies in Thailand related to Emotional Intelligence. Australian Journal of psychology. 57, Suppl.S 2005.
  2. Nongnuch Uthaisri, Manat Boonprakob,& Ungsinun Intarakamhang (2007). A synthesis of Thesis on Child-centered Teaching Behaviors Research Summary. International journal of Behavioral Science, 2(1), 1-9.
  3. Intarakamhang, U.,  Raghavan, Chemba., Choochom, O. , &  Sucaromana, A. (2008 ). Causal Relation Analysis and Indices of Midlife Crisis of Employed, Married Thai Women. Journal of Population and Social Studies, 16(2), 71-94.
  4. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2009). Research Synthesis Concerning Stress and Coping of Thai People. The International Journal of  Behavioral Science, 4(1), 44-59.
  5. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Tasana Thongpukdee. (2010). Effects of Self Managing Life Crisis Based on the Oriental towards Life Crisis and Well-being of Married Women. International Journal of Psychological Studies. 2(2), 170-178.
  6. Patcharee Duangchan, Dusadee Yoelao, Ann Macaskill, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Chittiwat Suprasonsin. (2010). Interventions for Healthy Eating and Physical Activity among Obese Elementary Schoolchildren: Observing Changes of the Combined Effects of Behavioral Models. International Journal of Behavioral Science, 5(1), 46-59.
  7. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, Wirin Kittipichai, Chutima Hanpachern, & Piyasurang Kuljittiprasit. (2011). Success Results of High Performance and Potential System (HiPPS) Administration of Thai Government Departments. Asian Social Science, 7 (5), 42-52. doi: 10.5539/ass.v7n5p42
  8. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2011). Effects of Health Behavioral Modification Program on Metabolic Diseases in Non-Government Organizations. Journal of US-China Medical Science, 8(9), 540-545.
  9. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2012). 3 Self Behavior Modification Programs base on the PROMISE Model for clients at Metabolic Risk. Global journal of  Health Science, 4(1), 204-210. doi:10.5539/gjhs.v4n1p204
  10. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Patcharee Duangchan. (2012). Effects of health behavioral modification program on metabolic diseases in risk Thai clients. Asian Biomedicine Journal, 6(2), 1-7. doi:10.5372/1905-7415.0602.061
  11. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2012). Program Management Model for Health Behavioral Modification in Metabolic Risk of Public Hospitals, Bangkok. Asian Social Science, 8(10), 170-177. doi: 10.5539/ass.v8n11p170
  12. Patrawut Intarakamhang, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2013). Effects of the comprehensive Cardiac Rehabilitation Program on Psychological Factors and Quality of Life  among Coronary Heart Disease Patients.  Global  journal of Health Science, 5(2), 145-152.  doi: 10.5539/gjhs.v5n2p145
  13. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Anan Malarat. (2014).The Effects of Behavioral Modification Based on Client Center Program to Health Behaviors among Obese University Students. Global Journal of Health Science, 6(1), 33-42. doi: 10.5539/gjhs.v6n1p33
  14. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Narisara Peungposop. (2014). Effective Improvement of Talents Management for Continuing of Managing Government. Asian Social Science, 10(1), 2014. doi:10.5539/ass.v10n1p124
  15. Ungsinun Intarakamhang,  & Patrawut Intarakamhang. (2015). Multilevel Causal Analysis of Socio-Psychological and  Behavioral Factors of Health Providers and Clients That Affect Health  Behavioral Modification in Obesity. Global Journal of Health Science, 7(6), 117-128.  doi.org/10.5539/gjhs.v7n6p117. SCOPUS, PubMed
  16. Ungsinun  Intarakamhang and Yuttapong  Kwanchuen. (2016). The development and application of the ABCDE-health literacy scale for Thai adults. Asian Biomedicine, 10(6), 587-594. SCOPUS, PubMed, ISI
  17. Pitchada Sutipan, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, & Ann Macaskill. (2017). The Impact of Positive Psychological Interventions on Well-Being in Healthy Elderly People. Journal of Happiness Studies, 18(1), 269-291. doi.10.1007/s10902-015-9711-z. SCOPUS, ISI
  18. ngsinun Intarakamhang and  Patrawut Intarakamhang. (2017). Health Literacy Scale and Model of Childhood OverweightJournal of Research in Health Science, 17(1),1-8. SCOPUS, PubMed, ISI
  19. Pitchada Sutipan and Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2017). Healthy Lifestyle Behavioral Needs among the Elderly with Hypertension in Chiang Mai, Thailand. International journal of Behavioral Science, 12 (1),  1-12. ISI, EBSCO
  20. Supachai Phramaha Satier, Ungsinan Intarakamhang, Chintana Tansuwannond, Sorrapakksorn Chatrakamollathas. (2017). Causal Model of Intelligent Consumption Behavior and Effects of Yoniso Manasikara Training Program.  International journal of Behavioral Science, 12 (1), 12-42. ISI, EBSCO
  21. Naphat Srileark, Ungsinan Intarakamhang, Ujsara Prasertsin, & Kanjana Trakoonvorakun. (2016). The Effect of Corporate Value and Big Five Personality on Happiness at Work of Thai Airway Co., Ltd (Thai Catering Department) Employees: The Mediating Role of Intrinsic Communication.  Full Paper Proceeding BESSH-2016, Vol. 144- Issue. 6, p.1-8.  Published by Academic Fora. Open access article under the CC BY-NC-ND license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/) Peer-review under responsibility of the Scientific & Review committee of BESSH-2016. International Conference on “Business Economics, Social Science & Humanities” (BESSH-2016), Seoul, South Korea.
  22. Tanapat Janpipatpong, & Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2016). Personal and Social Environmental Factors Related to Intellectual Facebook Consumption Behavior of Undergraduate Students in Bangkok Metropolis.  Full Paper Proceeding BESSH-2016, Vol. 148- Issue. 3, p.35-40.  BESSH-201 International Conference on “Business Economic, Social Science & Humanities” (BESSH-2016), Osaka, Japan
  23. Wanpiya Lertpiyawan, Ungsinan Intarakamhang and Ujsara Prasertsin. (2017). Supporting Guideline of Mental Care Volunteers for Chronic Illness Patients. Proceedings in International symposium on Education and Psychology (ISEP 2017), April 4-6, 2017 at Kyoto, Japan.
  24. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, Wichuda Kijthorntham, and Narisara Peungposop.  (2017). Causal Model of Work Behaviors in the Narcotics Control Board, Thailand.  International journal of Behavioral Science, 12(2), 107-121. ISI, EBSCO
  25. Papatcha Klamcharoen, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, and Ujsara Prasertsin. (2017). Caregiver State of Mind and Role Performing of Counselors in Foster Homes. The Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences, The Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy, Are Center in Kobe, Japan, March 22-25, 2017, Official Conference Proceedings P.97 – 104
  26. Jitsupang Jutavitaya, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, and Ujsara Prasertsin. (2017). The Effect of Group Counseling Program for Developing Self-Efficacy to Adversity Quotient in Real Time Company. The Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences, The Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy, Are Center in Kobe, Japan, March 22-25, 2017, Official Conference Proceedings, P. 105 – 112.
  27. Nachima Bakoh, Ungsinan Intarakamhang, and Tara McLaug (2017). The Research Synthesis of  Relationships between Positive Psychological Capital, Self-Management and Family Coping in Thailand. Social Science Asia, 3(4), 67-83. TCI, EBSCO
  28. Kasasorn Nuchprasop and Ungsinan Intarakamhang. (2018). A Causal Relationship Model of Students’ Participative Behavior with University Social Responsibility. International journal of Behavioral Science, Vol. 13 (1), 15-26. ISI, EBSCO
  29. Ungsinun Intarakamhang and Wichuda Kijtorntham. (2018). The Development Model of the Performance Management System Being Implemented in Government Agencies. International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management, 4(2), 214-230. SCOPUS, EBSCO
  30. Pitchada Sutipan, Ungsinun Intarakamhang and Ann Macaskill. (2018). Effect of Self-Management Program on Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors and Health Outcomes in the Elderly with Hypertension. International journal of Behavioral Science, Vol. 13 (2), 1-15. ISI, EBSCO
  31. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, and Ann Macaskil . (2018). Multi-group Causal Model of Health Literacy and Behaviors on Family Well-being among Thai Adults at Risk of Non-Communicable Disearch. Journal of Research in Health Science, 18(4), e00429.SCOPUS, Pubmed, ISI 
  32. Ungsinun Intarakamhang, Ann Macaskil, and Pitchada Sutipan. (2018). A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Positive Psychology Interventions in Patients with Non-Communicable Diseases. Psychology, Health and Medicine. Submitted paper in reviewing process.  SCOPUS, ISI.
  33. Ann Macaskil and Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2019). The Underlying Determinants of Health Literacy in Thai Families: A qualitative analysis. BMC Public health.  Submitted paper in reviewing process.  SCOPUS, ISI.
  34. Araya Chiangkhong, Ungsinun Intarakamhang, Patcharee Duangchan, and Ann Macaskil. (2019). Effectiveness of Health Literacy through Transformative Learning on Glycemic control Behavior in Adult Diabetes Patients: A Mixed Methods Approach. Journal of Behavioral Science, Submitted paper in reviewing process.  SCOPUS, ISI.

10.  Book , Guideline published in Thai

  1. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2006). Teaching publications: RB 722 - Leader, Member and Organizational Development.Bangkok: Behavioral Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University, 140 pages.  
  2.  Ungsinun Intarakamhang  .(2008).Teaching publications: RB 591 Right Thinking. Bangkok:  Behavioral Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University, 416 pages.
  3. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2009). 3- Self Health Behavioral Modification  Based on  PROMISE Model. Bangkok: Sukhumvit Print, Co.,Ltd.,  193 pages.
  4. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2009). Coping and Preventing Guideline related Midlife Crisis of Married Women: Research Findings. Bangkok: Behavioral Science Research Institute, 19 pages.
  5. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2011). Book Chapter 12 –  Counseling, Motivation Making, Reinforce in Behavioral Modification for Obesity, Abdominal obesity Prevention.Obesity/ Abdominal obesity. Prof. Wannee Nitiyanant, Editor. Sukhumvit Media Marketing  Co.,Ltd., and Thai Health Promotion Foundation,  page 151-187.
  6. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2013).  Guideline of  Self Health Behavioral Modification  for PreventingThais Obesity, Abdominal obesity, Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus  and Stoke. Research Findings  in 2009-2012. Behavioral Science Research Institute,  20 pages.
  7. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2013). Guideline of Measuring ABCDE-Health Literacy Scale of Thai Adults.  Publishing by  Department of Health Service Support,  Ministry of Public Health, 68 pages.
  8. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2014). Evaluating Guideline:  Health Literacy Scale for Thai Childhood Overweight. Bangkok: Behavioral Science Research Institute,  67 pages.
  9. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2014). Evaluating Guideline: Health Literacy Scale for Unwanted Pregnancy Prevention of Thai Female Adolescents. Bangkok: Behavioral Science Research Institute,  71 pages.
  10. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (Jan., 2016). Guidelineof  Promotion and Evaluation on Health Literacy and Health Behavior of Working Age and  school children Group. Producing and Publishing by  Department of Health Service Support,  Ministry of Public Health, 71 pages.
  11. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (Sep., 2017). Health Literacy: Measurement and Development. Bangkok: Sukhumvit Print, 292 pages.
  12. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (August, 2018). Chapter 9 Health Communication and Health Literacy, Text Book  No. 53213 Health Education, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University.  
  13. Ungsinun Intarakamhang. (2018). Teaching Publications:  RB 584 Project Management. Bangkok:  Behavioral Science Research Institute, Srinakharinwirot University, 250 pages.

11. Research Report  and Funding

  1. Future Research  of  Thai red Cross  Role in  2013.  Supported Budget in1999  by Thai Red Cross (TRC)
  2. A Study of  Key Success  Indicators Development of  Organization. Supported Budget in 2002  by TRC
  3. Research and Development for  Ethic Enhancing Course  of  Thai red Cross  employee.  Supported Budget in 2004  by TRC
  4. Synthesis of Research Studies in Thailand related to Emotional Intelligence. Supported Budget in 2005 by  BSRI
  5. Development of Academic Leadership Competency Model for Faculty Members in Public, Private and Public Autonomous University. Supported Budget in 2006 by SWU  
  6. Causal Relation Analysis and Indices of Midlife Crisis of Employed, Married Thai Women. Supported Budget in  2007 by   Thailand Research Fun (TRF) and Office of the Higher Education Commission(OHEC)
  7. Research and Development for Intelligent Consuming Behavior of Thai Youth.   Supported Budget in  2007 by BSRI
  8. A Study of  Indicators and Socialization Factors  in Intelligent Power of  Thai Youth in Bangkok. Supported Budget in  2007 by SWU 
  9. Synthesis related to Stress and Coping of Thai people. Supported Budget in  2008 by BSRI
  10. Development of a System of Standards for the Training Process of New Thai Government Officials during the Work Trial Period. Supported Budget in  2008 by Office of the Civil Service Commission(OCSC)
  11. Project Management and Evaluation for Health Behavior Change of the Organizations in Bangkok Metropolis. Supported Budget in  2008 by  National Health Security Office (NHSO)
  12. Evaluation of Developing Course of Middle Administrators in Higher Education Institutions to Strengthen the Administration of New Universities.  Supported Budget in  2009 by  OHEC
  13. An analysis of  work-family linkage and quality of life.  Supported Budget in  2010 by SWU 
  14. Effect of  Psychological  Characteristic Development of Teachers  to Their Students. Supported Budget in  2010 by SWU   
  15. Effect of Self Managing Life Crisis based on the Oriental Approach toward Midlife Crisis and Well-being of Married Thai Woman in Bangkok. Supported Budget in  2010-2011  by TRF and OHEC
  16. Effects of  Managing Program for Health Behavioral Modification of the Public and Private Organizations in Bangkok Metropolis. Supported Budget in 2010  by  NHSO
  17. Program Management Model for Health Behavioral Modification in Metabolic Risk of Public Hospitals.Supported Budget in 2010  by  NHSO
  18. Effects of health behavioral modification program on metabolic diseases in Non-Government       Organizations. Supported Budget in 20010  by  NHSO
  19. Success Results of High Performance and Potential System (HiPPS) Administration of Thai Government Departments. Supported Budget in  2010 by OCSC
  20. Program Management Model for Health Behavioral Modification in Metabolic Risk of Public Hospitals in Bangkok. Supported Budget in 2011  by  NHSO
  21. Causal Relation Model of Person and Job Environment Factors to Service Behaviors in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention among Health Care Providers. Supported Budget in 2011  by  BSRI
  22. Effect of  3 Self Behavior Modification Programs base on the PROMISE Model for clients with  Metabolic Risk of Private and Public Hospital in Bangkok. Supported Budget in 2011   by  NHSO
  23. Program Management Model for Health Behavioral Modification in Metabolic Risk of Organization in Bangkok. Supported Budget in 2012   by  NHSO
  24. The Effects of Behavioral Modification Based on Client Center Program to Health Behaviors among Obese University Students. Supported Budget in 2012   by  SWU
  25. Effective Improvement of Talent Management  for Continuing of Managing Government. Supported Budget in 2013 by OCSC
  26. Multilevel Causal Analysis of Socio-Psychological and    Behavioral Factors of Health Providers and  Clients That Affect Health Behavioral Modification in Obesity. Supported Budget in 2013 by BSRI
  27. Analysis and Synthesis of Research in Science, Humanity and Social Science: Srinakharinwirot  University Case Study by Meta and Content Analysis. Supported Budget in 2013 by  SWU            
  28. Synthesis for Developing and Measuring ABCDE-Health Literacy Scale of Thai Adults. Supported Budget in 2013 by Ministry of Public Health
  29. The Project of Data collection and processing related to Health Behavior Promotion Base on  Knowledge Management Process in Hypertension Risks.   Supported Budget in 2014 by Ministry of Public Health
  30. The Project of Data collection and processing related to Health Literacy of  Chronic Disease – NCD of Thai People.  Supported Budget in 2014 by Ministry of Public Health
  31. The Project of Data collection and processing related to  Behavior based on National Health Disciplines  of  School students.  Supported Budget in 2014 by Ministry of Public Health
  32. The Project of Synthesis for Developing  Health Literacy Scale for Thai Childhood  Overweigh and Health Literacy Scale for Unwanted Pregnancy Prevention of Thai Female Adolescents. Supported Budget in 2014 by Ministry of Public Health
  33. Research and Development  in Curriculum of  ASEAN Knowledge  for  Government Officials in Region. Supported Budget in 2014 by  OCSC
  34. Readiness Preparation to Volunteer Working and Causal Relationship Model Development of Self-Wellness Management Related to Volunteer Working of University staff. Supported Budget in 2014 by BSRI
  35. Effective Improvement of High Performance and Potential System and Developing Instrument   for  Monitoring and Evaluating Using of Government Talents. Supported Budget in 2015 by  OCSC
  36. Research Report:  Work  Behaviors of Officials  working  in The Office of the  Narcotics Control Board –ONCB.  Supported Budget in 2015 by ONCB
  37. The Project of  Active e-Learning of  Government.  Supported Budget in 2015 by  OCSC
  38. The Project of  Evaluation  in Probation Period of  New Officers.  Supported Budget in 2015 by  OCSC
  39. The Project of   Competency and Performance Management for  Development  in Civil Service of  Thailand. Supported Budget in 2015 by  OCSC
  40. Developing Short Measurement Tool  for  Promotion and Evaluation on Health Literacy and Health Behavior of Working Age and  school children Group.  Supported Budget in 2016 by Ministry of Public Health
  41. Synthesis and Development of Thailand Health Literacy Scales. . Supported Budget in 2017 by Ministry of Public Health
  42. Monitoring and Evaluation Project of operation based on Experience Accumulation Framework : EAF. Supported Budget in 2017 by OCSC
  43. Satisfaction Survey of agencies in Thai Red Cross to Service of Human Resources Management Office. Supported Budget in 2017 by Thai Red Cross.
  44. Research and development on measurement and evaluation of desirable characteristics of good Thai for primary and secondary school student. Supported Budget in 2018 by National Academic Testing Institute.
  45. Assessing and Improving Health Literacy and Wellbeing in Thai families at risk of NCDs: The Development of a Culturally Relevant Health Behavior Model and a Positive Psychology and Health Literacy Program. Supported Budget During October 1, 2017 – September 30, 2019 by British Academy for the humanities and social science, Advance Scholarship, Newton fund, UK and TRF, Thailand
  46. Evaluation Project of Health Literacy for Disease Protection. Supported Budget in 2018 by Department of Disease Control, Public Health Ministry.
  47. Potential Enhancement of Research Unit in Bio-psychosocial and Behavioral Science. Supported Budget During March 2017 – February 2018 by Srinakharinwirot University.
  48. Project for Data Collecting and Analysis of Health Literacy to Reduce Health Risk Behaviors of Thai Teenagers. Supported Budget During December 2018 – March 2019 By Department of Health Service Support, Ministry of Public Health.
  49. Project for Data Collecting, Analysis and Reporting of Organizing Result for assessing the Environmental Health Literacy for the Home-Bound and Bed-Bound Elders of Village Health Volunteers in Urban and Rural Area. Supported Budget During October 2018 – April 2019 by Bureau of Environmental Health, Department of Health.
  50. Project for Monitoring and Evaluation of Human Resource Development Programs in the Humanities and Social Sciences (Outstanding GPA Scholarship, Humanities and Social Sciences of Thailand) Supported Budget During October 2018 – June 2019 by Office of Student Promotion and Development , Office of the Higher Education Commission.

12 . Teaching  Experience for Graduate Student
RB 722   Leader, Member, and Organization Development
RB 591   Right Think  
RB 581   Socialization and Human Development
RB 791   Project Management  
RB 884   Seminar in Behavior Social Science
RB 734   Emotional Intelligence and Work Quality
RB 803   Research Practicum  
RB 781   Work Socialization
AP 632   Health Psychology in Working