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    Corrigendum: Inhibitory Control in Speech Comprehension among Dai–Han Bilingual Children
    with Yun Tao, Zhi Liu, Tobias Tempel, Rui Chen, Xie Ma, Xiaoxi Wang, and Yongxia Qu
    Frontiers in Psychology 8. 2017.
  • Zhou Enlai Yu Mao Zedong Si Xiang
    with Shizhao Yang
    . 1993.
  •  9
    The cultural transmission of cooperative norms
    with Xinyue Zhou and Benjamin Ho
    Frontiers in Psychology 6. 2015.
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    Inhibitory Control in Speech Comprehension among Dai–Han Bilingual Children
    with Yun Tao, Zhi Liu, Tobias Tempel, Rui Chen, Xie Ma, Xiaoxi Wang, and Yongxia Qu
    Frontiers in Psychology 8. 2017.
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    Comprehension of conversational implicature in L2 Chinese
    with Naoko Taguchi and Shuai Li
    Pragmatics and Cognition 21 (1): 139-157. 2013.
    This study examined the ability to comprehend conventional and non-conventional implicatures, and the effect of proficiency and learning context on comprehension of implicature in L2 Chinese. Participants were three groups of college students of Chinese: elementary-level foreign language learners, advanced-level foreign language learners, and advanced-level heritage learners. They completed a 36-item computer-delivered listening test measuring their ability to comprehend three types of implicatu…Read more
  •  11
    Finding pearls: psychometric reevaluation of the Simpson–Troost Attitude Questionnaire (STAQ)
    with Steven V. Owen, Mary Anne Toepperwein, Carolyn E. Marshall, Michael J. Lichtenstein, Cheryl L. Blalock, Linda A. Pruski, and Kandi Grimes
    Science Education 92 (6): 1076-1095. 2008.
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    Abuse in the name of injustice: mechanisms of moral disengagement
    with Raymond Loi and Angela J. Xu
    Asian Journal of Business Ethics 4 (1): 57-72. 2015.
    Grounded in Bandura’s social cognitive theory of moral thought and action, we develop a conceptual model linking supervisors’ perceptions of organizational injustice and abusive supervision with moral disengagement mechanisms acting as the underlying process. Specifically, we elaborate why and how supervisors’ experiences of each type of injustice would trigger their adoption of distinctive moral disengagement mechanisms, which in turn lead to their abusive supervisory conduct. The present conce…Read more
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    To identify the boundary conditions for proactive employees making whistle-blowing decisions, we developed a cross-level model comprising employee proactive personality and two types of whistle-blowing intentions that incorporates the influences of organizational- and individual-level attributes. Analyses of data collected from 432 Chinese employees in 32 companies indicated that proactive personality was positively related to internal whistle-blowing intention and even more positively related t…Read more
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    Identity, Moral, and Equity Perspectives on the Relationship Between Experienced Injustice and Time Theft
    with Christopher M. Berry
    Journal of Business Ethics 118 (1): 73-83. 2013.
    Time theft is a costly burden on organizations. However, there is limited knowledge about why time theft occurs. To advance this line of research, this conceptual paper looks at the association between organizational injustice and time theft from identity, moral, and equity perspectives. This paper proposes that organizational injustice triggers time theft through decreased organizational identification. It also proposes that moral disengagement and equity sensitivity moderate this process such …Read more
  •  12
    Acquisition of Chinese characters: the effects of character properties and individual differences among second language learners
    with Li-Jen Kuo, Tae-Jin Kim, Xinyuan Yang, Huiwen Li, Haixia Wang, Jeong Hyun Park, and Ying Li
    Frontiers in Psychology 6. 2015.
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    Voice More and Stay Longer: How Ethical Leaders Influence Employee Voice and Exit Intentions
    with Long W. Lam, Raymond Loi, and Ka Wai Chan
    Business Ethics Quarterly 26 (3): 277-300. 2016.