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CHEN Xiao
2022-07-02 11:21  

Dr.CHEN Xiao(Lecturer)

Personal Information

Name: Xiao Chen

Gender: Female

E-Mail: xiaochen_hrm@163.com

Research Direction

Organizational Behavior, Leadership studies, Human resource Management

Education Background

PhD: September 2014-December 2018, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Major of Business Administration

Master's Degree: September 2011 -- July 2014, Developmental and Educational Psychology, South China Normal University

Bachelor's Degree: September 2007 -- July 2011, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, major in Computer Science and Technology

Work

Experience

March 2019 till now: School of Business, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

Academic Papers

1. Chen, X., Xie, B., Peng, J., & Nie, Q. (2022). The antecedents and consequences of workplace loneliness: A regulatory focus theory perspective. Advances in Psychological Science, 30(7), 1463. (CSSCI)

2. Chen, X., Peng, J., Lei, X., & Zou, Y. (2021). Leave or stay with a lonely leader? An investigation into whether, why, and when leader workplace loneliness increases team turnover intentions. Asian Business & Management, 1-24. (SSCI)

3. Wang, H. J., Chen, X., & Lu, C. Q. (2020). When career dissatisfaction leads to employee job crafting: The role of job social support and occupational self-efficacy. Career Development International. (Co-first author)

4. Peng, J., Chen, X.*, Nie, Q., & Wang, Z. (2020). Proactive personality congruence and creativity: a leader identification perspective. Journal of Managerial Psychology. (*Corresponding author; SSCI )

5. Zhang, X., Lin, Z., Liu, Y., Chen, X.*, & Liu, D. M. (2020). How do human resource management practices affect employee well-being? A mediated moderation model. Employee Relations, 42(4), 903-919. (*Corresponding author; SSCI)

6. Yang J, Zhang W, & Chen X* (2019) Why Do Leaders Express Humility and How Does This Matter: A Rational Choice Perspective. Frontiers in psychology. (*Corresponding author; SSCI)

7. Chen, X., Liao, J., Wu, W., & Zhang, W. (2017). Perceived Insider Status and Feedback Reactions: A Dual Path of Feedback Motivation Attribution. Frontiers in psychology, 8, 668. (SSCI)

8. Peng, J., Wang, Z., & Chen, X*. (2018). Does Self-Serving Leadership Hinder Team Creativity? A Moderated Dual-Path Model. Journal of Business Ethics. (Corresponding author; SSCI)

9. Liu, W., Mao, J., & Chen, X. (2017). Leader humility and team innovation: investigating the substituting role of task interdependence and the mediating role of team voice climate. Frontiers in psychology, 8, 1115. (SSCI)

10. Wang, C.G., Chen, X. *, & Liao, J.Q. (2017). A literature review of feedback reactions. Human Resources Development Of China, (5), 57-68. (Corresponding author,CSSCI)

11. Liu Tao, Chen, X.*, & Liao J.Q. (2017). An experimental study on the effect of constructive criticism and destructive criticism on individual psychological health. Human Resources Development Of China, (7), 59-71.(Corresponding author,CSSCI)

12. Zhang, H. B., Ye M. L., & Chen, X. *. (2017). Self-Sacrifice Make Me Great: A Literature Review of Self-Sacrificial Leadership Human Resources Development Of China,(2),41-51 (Corresponding author,CSSCI)

Scientific Research Projects

Preventing and coping with workplace loneliness: A theoretical perspective of regulatory fit theory, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2021-2023

Courses Taught

Human Resource Management; Informational Human Resource Management; Strategic Management; Human Resource Business Partners; Leadership, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Part-time

Academic Position

Anonymous reviewers for journal of Current Psychology, Asian Business & Management, Human Resources Development Of China

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