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    Effect of Cognitive Reappraisal on Archery Performance of Elite Athletes: The Mediating Effects of Sport-Confidence and Attention
    with Dongling Wang, Ti Hu, Rui Luo, Qiqi Shen, Xiujuan Li, Jiang Qiao, Lina Zhu, Lei Cui, and Hengchan Yin
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    Through empirical studies or laboratory tests, previous studies have shown that sport-confidence, attention, and emotion regulation are key factors in archery performance. The present study aims to further identify the effects and pathways of sport-confidence, attention, and cognitive reappraisal on real-world archery performance by constructing a hypothesized model to provide a basis for scientific training of athletes to improve sport performance. A survey design was utilized on a sample of 61…Read more
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    A fear‐based view of wisdom: The role of leader fear of failure and psychological empowerment
    with Stephanie T. Solansky and Emmanuel Quansah
    Business Ethics, the Environment and Responsibility 32 (1): 154-163. 2022.
    Leader wisdom is crucial to effective organizations because it is one of the greatest human capacities. However, understanding what factors impact leader wisdom is still developing. In this paper, we rely on a fear-based view of wisdom and empirically examine through a quantitative study of 249 leaders if one of the primary regulators of human behavior (fear) is positively related to wisdom. We are specifically focused on the role of fear of failure and wisdom. Additionally, because we recognize…Read more
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    Justice in triad: Revisiting supplier involvement in new product development
    with Jindan Zhang and Qi Zou
    Business Ethics, the Environment and Responsibility 32 (1): 312-327. 2022.
    Recognizing the importance of involving suppliers in the new product development (NPD) process, extensive studies have examined this issue at a buyer–supplier dyadic level. However, how supplier involvement leads to better NPD performance is not clearly explained. Additionally, extending the dyadic relationships to triadic relationships and addressing how to manage the two competing suppliers with fair conduct remains unexplored. To answer these questions, this study developed a conceptual model…Read more
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    Effects and Moderators of Computer-Based Training on Children's Executive Functions: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
    with Yifei Cao, Ting Huang, Jipeng Huang, and Xiaochun Xie
    Frontiers in Psychology 11. 2020.
    Computer-based training has attracted increasing attention from researchers in recent years. Several studies have found that computer-based training resulted in improved executive functions in adults. However, it remains controversial whether children can benefit from computer-based training and what moderator could influence the training effects. The focus of the present meta-analysis was to examine the effects of computer-based training on EFs in children: working memory, cognitive flexibility…Read more
  • Mozi da ci dian
    Shandong da xue chu ban she. 2006.
  • Analysis on Financial Gap in Private Economy and Improvement of Financing Mechanism
    with Fu-guo Li and Xin Ren
    Philosophy of the Social Sciences 35 (3): 100-104. 2005.
    Designed to examine the system of private economic and financial gap of the root causes, and to provide for a possible solution to the problem of perspective. Research shows that the financial gap formation and lower the efficiency of our finance, financial structure and financial repression is unreasonable obstruction efficiency are two important factors, and thus these two factors into a framework to improve the efficiency of financing them, and tried to which to fundamentally reduce the finan…Read more