Zhaoli
SONG, Zhaoli Assoc Professor Department:  Management & Organisation Office:  BIZ1-8-51 Contact:  65-6516-5739 Email:  bizszl@nus.edu.sg Curriculum Vitae
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    • Job Search And Reemployment Process
    • Behavior Genetics
    • Momentary Assessment Of Emotion
    • Experience Sampling Methods Using Cell Phones
    • Employee Development
    • Chinese Management
    • Journal Articles
      • The moderating role of prior start-up experience on entrepreneurs' coping and psychological well-being, with Uy, M. and Foo, M. (2014), Journal of Business Venturing, 98(5), 771-784
      • A mixed blessing? Dual mediating mechanisms in the relationship between dopamine transporter gene dat 1 and leadership role occupancy, with Li, W.D., Wang, N., Arvey, R.D., Soong, R. and Saw, S.M (2014), Leadership Quarterly , in press
      • Support, Undermining, Affect, and Newcomer Socialization: Fitting in During the First 90 Days, with Kameyer-Mueller, J., Wanberg., C. and Rubenstein, A. (2013), Academy of Management Journal, 56(4), 1104-1124
      • Dynamics of the job search process: Developing and testing a mediated moderation model, with Sun, S. and Lim, K,G.V (2013), Journal of Applied Psychology , 98(5), 771-784
      • Emotionality and leadership: Taking stock of the past decade of research, with Rajah, R. B. and RICHARD ARVEY (2012), Leadership Quarterly , 22(6), 1107-1119
      • Do leadership role occupancy and transformational leadership share the same genetic and environmental influences?, with Li. W. and RICHARD ARVEY (2012), Leadership Quarterly , 23(2), 233-243
      • Associations between Dopamine and Serotonin genes and job satisfaction, Preliminary evidence from the Add Health Study, with Li, W. and Arvey, R (2011), Journal of Applied Psychology , 96(6), 1223-1233
      • The influences of general mental ability, self-esteem and family socioeconomic status on leadership role occupancy and leader advancement: The moderating role of gender, with Li, W. and Arvey, R. (2011), Leadership Quarterly , 22(3), 520-534
      • Unraveling the Daily Stress Crossover between the Unemployed and Their Employed Spouses, with Foo Maw-Der and Marilyn Uy (2011), Journal of Applied Psychology , 96, 151-168
      • Daily distress and job search: Evidence from China., with Uy, M., Zhang, S. and Shi, K. (2009), Human Relations , 62, 1171-1197
      • Are facilitated mentoring programs beneficial? A randomized experimental field study, with Egan, T. M. (2008), Journal of Vocational Behavior, 72, 351-362
      • Mood spillover and crossover among dual-earner couples: A cell phone event sampling study, with FOO MAW DER and Uy, M. (2008), Journal of Applied Psychology , 93, 2, 443-452
      • Action-state orientation and the theory of planned behavior: A study of job search in China, with Wanberg, C. R., Niu, X. and Xie, Y. (2006), Journal of Vocational Behavior, 68, 490-503
      • Job-search persistence during unemployment: A ten wave longitudinal study, with Wanberg, C.R., Glomb, T. and Sorenson, S. (2005), Journal of Applied Psychology , 90, 411-430
      • Psychological and physical well-being during unemployment: A meta-analytic Study, with McKee-Ryan, F., Wanberg, C and Kinicki, A (2005), Journal of Applied Psychology , 90, 53-76
      • Predictive validity of a multidisciplinary model of reemployment success, with Hough, L. and Wanberg, C.R. (2002), Journal of Applied Psychology , 87, 1100-1133
    • Books/Monographs
      • Progress in molecular genetics and its potential implications to OB research, with Wang, N. and Fan, Q (2014), In R.D. Arvey & S.M. Corlarelli (Eds.) Biological Foundations of Organizational Behavior, pp.23-46, Chicago University Press
      • Experience sampling methods for work-family research: A review and research agenda, with Butler, A. and Ilies, R (2013), (Forthcoming), In J.G Grzywacz, & E. Demerouti (Eds.), New Frontiers in Work and Family Research, Psychology Press and Routledge
      • Sociobiology of leadership, with Wang, N., Arvey, R.D. and Li, W (2011), (Forthcoming), In D.V. Day (Ed), Handbook of Leadership in Organizations, Oxford University Press
      • Job search behaviors of the unemployed: A dynamic perspective, with Sun, S. and Li, X (2011), (Forthcoming), In U-C. Klehe, & van Hoft (Eds.) Handbook of Job Loss and Job Search, Oxford University Press
    • Conference/Seminars
      • A multilevel study on antecedents of abusive supervision: A trait activation approach, with Liao Z, Li W and DE PATER, Irene Elisabeth (2015), Academy of Management Annual Meeting
      • The influence of positive and negative mood on concentration: Examining the moderating role of flow in an experience sampling study,, with Li, W.D. and Li, X (2011), Paper presented at the Annual Academy of Management Meeting, August, San Antonio, TX
      • Person-job fit, job satisfaction, and turnover intention: A cross-country examination, with Li, W.D. and Arvey, R.D (2011), Paper presented at Annual Academy of International Business Meeting, June, Nagoya, Japan
      • Associations between dopamine and serotonin genes and job satisfaction, with Li, W. and Arvey, R. (2010), Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Academy of Management, August, Montreal, Canada
      • Do transformational leadership and leadership role occupancy share the same genetic infuluences?, with Li, W. and Arvey, R. (2010), Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Academy of Management, August, Montreail, Canada
      • The relationships between HT2RA gene, negative mood and job satisfaction in daily life, with Wang, N (2010), Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Academy of Management, August, Montreal, Canada
      • Does challenging job event always lead to positive affect and job satisfaction? The moderating role of stress perception, skillfulness and job meaning, with Li, W. and Li, X (2010), Paper presented at the fourth Biannual Conference of the International Association of Chinese Management Research, June, Shanghai, China
      • LMX and incumbents` job analysis ratings and perceived role breadth, with Li, W. and Shi, K (2010), Paper presented at the fourth Biannual Conference of the International Association of Chinese Management Research, June, Shanghai, China
      • Positive and negative self-efficacy effects revisited: A longitudinal field study, with Sun, S. and Lim, V (2010), Paper presented at the 24th Annual Conference of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Atlanta, GA
      • Using cell phone to conduct in-situ studies, (2009), Paper presented at the first Biannual International Conference of Ambulatory Assessment, Greifswald, Germany
      • The blurred work-family boundary: A study on overtime work and working from home, with Wu, P. and Tong, Y (2008), Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Academy of Management Meeting, August, Los Angeles, CA
      • Job search and affective reactions: A diary study on college graduate job seekers, with Sun, S. (2008), Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, April, San Francisco, CA
      • When work intrudes into family: A study on overtime work and working from home, with Wu, P. and Tong, Y (2008), Paper presented at the Biannual Conference of International Association of Chinese Management Research, June, Guangzhou, China
    • M.S., Statistics, University of Minnesota, USA, 2004
    • PhD, Human Resources and Industrial Relations, University of Minnesota, USA, 2004
    • M.S., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 1999
    • B.A., Optics, Sichuan University, China, 1995
    • Associate Professor, NUS Business School, 2011 - current
    • Assistant Professor, NUS Business School, 2004 - 2011
    • Associate Editor, Journal of Applied Psychology: The International Review
    • Society of Indutrial and Organizational Psychology
    • Academy of Management

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