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  • BSc     Psychology, Eastern Michigan University, USA
  • MSc    Psychology, Leicester University, U.K.
  • MA      Mass Communications, Leicester University, U.K.
  • PhD     Education, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

Areas of Research Interest (4-5 areas)

  • Psychology
  • Culture
  • International Education
  • Media & Film Analysis

Course Taught

  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Educational Psychology
  • Motivational Psychology
  • Evolutionary Psychology


  • Rhein, D., & Nanni, A. (2022). Assessing Mental Health Among Thai University Students: A Cross-Sectional Study. SAGE Open12(4). .
  • Cornelius, P., & Rhein, D. (2022). Memory, remembrance and nostalgia in Ken Burns’ The Vietnam War. Critical Studies in Television, p. 1-13
  • Tsai, A., & Rhein, D. (2022). Mate Selection Preferences Based on Altruistic Characteristics Among Thais. International Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, 18(1), 107-123.
  • Cornelius, P., & Rhein, D. (2022). ‘Of course it is idealised’: Lindsay Anderson’s Every Day Except Christmas. Journal of British Cinema and Television19(1), 67-86.
  • Rhein, D., & Nanni, A. (2021). The impact of global university rankings on universities in Thailand: don’t hate the player, hate the game. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 1-11.
  • Puchakanit, P., & Rhein, D. (2021). Student Perceptions of Sexual Harassment in Thailand: Origins and Impact. Sexuality & Culture, 1-20.
  • Rypo-Plesti, B & Rhein, D. (2021).   A Qualitative Analysis of Academic and Cultural Adjustment: American Students in Thailand, What Can Be Done for Them? Sage Open.
  • Cornelius, P., & Rhein, D. (2021). Soldier of Fortune and the Expatriate Adventure Film. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 1-17
  • Cornelius, P., & Rhein, D. (2020). Images of Modernity: Madness in the Films of Karel Reisz, Lindsay Anderson, Sam Peckinpah and Nicolas Roeg. Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences, 10 (4), 1413-1442.
  • Rhein, D., & McDonald, I. (2020). Undergraduate Student Stress, Coping and Resiliency in Thai Higher Education. Human Behavior, Development and Society21(3), 7-18.
  • Rhein, D., & Jones, W. (2020). The impact of ethnicity on the sociocultural adjustment of international students in Thai higher education. Educational Research for Policy and Practice19(3), 363-388.
  • Cornelius, P., & Rhein, D. (2019). Nostalgia, Stasis, and the Vietnam War Film. Journal of Film and Video71(4), 15-28.
  • Cornelius, P., & Rhein, D. (2019). Modernism and the crisis of modernity: society and the individual in Lindsay Anderson’s O Dreamland. Studies in Documentary Film, 1-12.
  • Gambhir, R., & Rhein, D. (2019). A qualitative analysis of the repatriation of Thai-Indian Third Culture Kids in Thailand. Asian Ethnicity, 1-17.
  • Cornelius, P., & Rhein, D. (2019) Fifty Years On: Gender and the Role of Imagination in Lindsay Anderson’s If…, Journal of Popular Film and Television, 47(2), 81-89.
  • Pitakchinnapong, N., & Rhein, D. (2019). Exploration of the Causation of Mental Illness in Thailand: Perceptions of Thai University Students.  Human Behavior, Development and Society. 20(2), 7-19.
  • Cornelius, P., & Rhein, D. (2019). Cinema of Change: Evolving Responses to World War II in Japan and the United States. In World War II Re-explored. Peter Lang Publications.
  • Rhein, D. (2018). International University Students in Thailand: Shifting from Universalistic Models to an Ethnicity Matters Approach. Journal of Research in International Education, 17(3), 286-308.
  • Rhein, D. (2018). African American Student Sociocultural Adjustment to Thai International Higher Education. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 11(2), 1-14.
  • Rhein, D. (2018).  Sociocultural Adjustment and Coping Strategies of Korean and Japanese Students in a Thai International College. International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies. 14 (1), 57-78.
  • Rhein, D. (2018). Positive Aspects of Study Abroad Programs in Thailand: Students Perceptions of Events. Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences. 4(4), 492-526.
  • Jones, W. J., & Rhein, D. L. (2017). Tutorial Schools in Thailand: Perceptions and Motivations of Thai High School Students. In FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education. 4(2), 66-83.
  • Jones, W. J., & Rhein, D. (2017). Hegemonic Preservation and Thailand’s Constitutional Crisis. Romanian Journal of Society & Politics12(2), 7-35.
  • Rhein, D (2017). International Higher Education in Thailand: Challenges within a Changing Context.  Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences 8 (3), 281-298.
  • Rhein, D. (2016).  Westernisation and the Thai higher education system: past and present. Journal of Educational Administration and History. 48(3), 261-274.
  • Rhein, D. (2016). Burmese sociocultural adjustment to Thai international programs: an analysis of the impact of historical revisionism. Journal of Educational Research for Policy and Practice, 15(3), 189-208.
  • Rhein, D. & Sukawatana, P. (2015).  Thai university student schemas and anxiety symptomatology. International Education Studies, 8(7), 108-126.
  • Rhein, D. (2013). The Researcher You are is the Person You Are.  Interdisciplinary Studies Journal. Social Science Journal of Mahidol University 13(2), 77-91.
  • Rhein, D. (2013). The Workplace Challenge: Cross-Cultural Leadership in Thailand.  International Studies in Educational Administration (Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration & Management (CCEAM)). 41(1), 41-55.

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