|Present||Associate Programme Director, Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) Degree Programme, Lingnan University ‐ Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) Degree Programme|
|Present||Associate Professor, Department of Applied Psychology, Lingnan University ‐ Department of Applied Psychology|
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Journal Articles (24)
A study of work-family enrichment among Chinese employees : the mediating ...
Applied Psychology: An International Review (2014)
This study adopted social exchange theory to investigate whether work-to-family enrichment functioned as a mediator between work support (supervisor support, ...
Effect of emotional dissonance on organizational citizenship behavior : testing the ...
The Journal of Psychology : Interdisciplinary and Applied (2013)
In this study, the stressor-strain-outcome (SSO) model developed by Koeske and Koeske was adopted to examine the mediating effect of ...
The effect of emotional dissonance and emotional intelligence on work-family ...
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science (2012)
In this study, we examined the relationship between emotional dissonance and work-to-family inference (WFI) and whether emotional intelligence moderated the ...
Psychological contract breach and counterproductive workplace behaviors : testing moderating effect ...
International Journal of Human Resource Management (2011)
In this study, we examined the relationship between psychological contract breach (PCB) and counterproductive workplace behaviors (CWBs). We also explored ...
Book Chapters (1)
Contribution to Book
The role of emotional dissonance in the workplace : associations with ...
The 6th Annual Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology : proceedings, 24-26 November 2004 (2005)
Recently, the important role of emotions in the workplace is gaining increasing attention (Briner, 1999). One popular research agenda is ...