Xin Qin
Xin Qin
Sun Yat-sen Business School, Sun Yat-sen University
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The short-lived benefits of abusive supervisory behavior for actors: An investigation of recovery and work engagement
X Qin, M Huang, RE Johnson, Q Hu, D Ju
Academy of Management Journal 61 (5), 1951-1975, 2018
The double-edged sword of leader humility: Investigating when and why leader humility promotes versus inhibits subordinate deviance.
X Qin, C Chen, KC Yam, M Huang, D Ju
Journal of applied psychology 105 (7), 693, 2020
Supervisor-subordinate proactive personality congruence and psychological safety: A signaling theory approach to employee voice behavior
M Xu, X Qin, SB Dust, MS DiRenzo
The Leadership Quarterly 30 (4), 440-453, 2019
When do emotionally exhausted employees speak up? Exploring the potential curvilinear relationship between emotional exhaustion and voice
X Qin, MS DiRenzo, M Xu, Y Duan
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (7), 1018-1041, 2014
Will creative employees always make trouble? Investigating the roles of moral identity and moral disengagement
X Zheng, X Qin, X Liu, H Liao
Journal of Business Ethics 157, 653-672, 2019
The rise of COVID-19 cases is associated with support for world leaders
KC Yam, JC Jackson, CM Barnes, J Lau, X Qin, HY Lee
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (41), 25429-25433, 2020
Supervisory consequences of abusive supervision: An investigation of sense of power, managerial self-efficacy, and task-oriented leadership behavior
D Ju, M Huang, D Liu, X Qin, Q Hu, C Chen
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 154, 80-95, 2019
Fairness heuristics and substitutability effects: Inferring the fairness of outcomes, procedures, and interpersonal treatment when employees lack clear information.
X Qin, R Ren, ZX Zhang, RE Johnson
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (3), 749-766, 2015
A multilevel study of abusive supervision, norms, and personal control on counterproductive work behavior: A theory of planned behavior approach
D Ju, M Xu, X Qin, P Spector
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 26 (2), 163-178, 2019
Boundary conditions of the emotional exhaustion-unsafe behavior link: The dark side of group norms and personal control
D Ju, X Qin, M Xu, MS DiRenzo
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 33, 113-140, 2016
Ethical leadership, but toward whom? How moral identity congruence shapes the ethical treatment of employees
X Qin, M Huang, Q Hu, M Schminke, D Ju
Human Relations 71 (8), 1120-1149, 2018
CEO awards and financial misconduct
J Li, W Shi, BL Connelly, X Yi, X Qin
Journal of Management 48 (2), 380-409, 2022
Considering self‐interests and symbolism together: How instrumental and value‐expressive motives interact to influence supervisors’ justice behavior
X Qin, R Ren, ZX Zhang, RE Johnson
Personnel Psychology 71 (2), 225-253, 2018
Negative creativity in leader-follower relations: A daily investigation of leaders’ creative mindset, moral disengagement, and abusive supervision
X Qin, SB Dust, MS DiRenzo, S Wang
Journal of Business and Psychology 35, 665-682, 2020
Talking about COVID-19 is positively associated with team cultural tightness: Implications for team deviance and creativity.
X Qin, KC Yam, C Chen, W Li, X Dong
Journal of Applied Psychology 106 (4), 530, 2021
Humility harmonized? Exploring whether and how leader and employee humility (in) congruence influences employee citizenship and deviance behaviors
X Qin, X Liu, JA Brown, X Zheng, BP Owens
Journal of Business Ethics 170, 147-165, 2021
Applying the job demands–resources model to migrant workers: Exploring how and when geographical distance increases quit propensity
X Qin, P Hom, M Xu, D Ju
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 87 (2), 303-328, 2014
Under the microscope: A n experimental look at board transparency and director monitoring behavior
W Li, R Krause, X Qin, J Zhang, H Zhu, S Lin, Y Xu
Strategic Management Journal 39 (4), 1216-1236, 2018
The impact of natural disaster on absenteeism, job satisfaction, and job performance of survival employees: An empirical study of the survivors in Wenchuan earthquake
X Qin, Y Jiang
Frontiers of Business Research in China 5 (2), 219-242, 2011
Empathy or schadenfreude? Exploring observers’ differential responses to abusive supervision
C Chen, X Qin, KC Yam, H Wang
Journal of Business and Psychology 36, 1077-1094, 2021
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