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陆欣欣

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管理学博士,现任湖南大学工商管理学院副教授, “岳麓学者”。   

移动电话:17373157563, E-mail:2021170@hnu.edu.cn


基本信息

陆欣欣,管理学双博士,现任湖南大学工商管理学院副教授(“岳麓学者”晨星A岗)。研究领域包括团队人格构型、领导-成员交换,道德型领导,团队动态过程等。目前已在国内外管理学科重点学术期刊发表学术论文28篇,其中SSCI收录国际期刊论文15篇(其中FT50论文4篇),CSSCI收录13篇。发表刊物包括英文期刊Journal of Applied PsychologyLeadership QuarterlyJournal of Business EthicsJournal of Business ResearchJournal of Business and PsychologyJournal of Managerial Psychology等,中文期刊南开管理评论心理学报 管理科学管理学报管理科学等,谷歌学术引用超过980次。 在主要管理学会议,如Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 上报告论文12次。担任同行评审的期刊包括Journal of Business EthicsJournal of Business Research, Journal of Business and Psychology, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Creativity Research Journal


教育背景

2016. 8- 2021. 5  博士/Ph.D,  伊利诺伊大学芝加哥分校/University of Illinois at Chicago

2012. 9- 2017. 1  博士/Ph.D,  中国人民大学/Renmin University of China

2010. 9- 2012. 6  硕士/MA,  武汉大学/Wuhan University

2006. 9- 2010. 6  本科/BA,  武汉大学/Wuhan University


工作经历

2021. 9 至今         湖南大学   副教授/Associate Professor


作为以下国际期刊的同行评审/Acted as a peer reviewer for the following journals

Journal of Business Ethics

Journal of Business Research

Journal of Business and Psychology

International Journal of Human Resource Management

Journal of Managerial Psychology

Journal of Career Development

Creativity Research Journal

Journal of Knowledge Management

China Management Studies







研究领域

团队人格构型、领导-成员交换、道德型领导、团队动态过程等。

研究成果

期刊论文

英文论文

Tylor, S.G., Locklear, L., Kluemper, D. H., & Lu, X. (2021). Beyond targets and instigators: Examining workplace incivility in dyads and the moderating role of perceived incivility norms. Journal of Applied Psychology. doi: 10.1037/apl0000910

Ubaka, A., Lu, X., & Gutierrez, L. (Accepted). Taking another look at race and the American business leader prototype: A direct replication of Rosette, Leonardelli, and Phillips (2008). The Leadership Quarterly.

Tu, Y., Lu, X., Wang, S., & Liu, Y. (2020). When and why conscientious employees are proactive: A three-wave investigation on employees' conscientiousness and organizational proactive behavior. Personality and Individual Differences, 159, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2020.109865 (Corresponding author)

Lu, X., Zhou, H., & Chen, S. (2019). Facilitate knowledge sharing by leading ethically: The role of organizational concern and impression management climate. Journal of Business and Psychology, 34, 539-553. (Corresponding author)

Tu, Y., Lu, X., Choi, J. N., & Guo, W. (2019). Ethical leadership and team-level creativity: Mediation of psychological safety climate and moderation of supervisor support for creativity. Journal of Business Ethics, 159(2), 551-565.

Tu, Y., Zhang, Y., Lu, X., & Wang, S. (2019). Differentiating two facets of trust in colleagues. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 41(1), 88-100.

Lu, X., Xie, B., & Guo, Y. (2018). The trickle-down of work engagement from leader to follower: The roles of optimism and self-efficacy. Journal of Business Research84, 186-195.

Lu, X., & Sun, J. J. (2017). Multiple pathways linking leader-member exchange to work effort. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 32, 270-283.

Tu, Y., & Lu, X. (2016). Do ethical leaders give followers the confidence to go the extra mile? The moderating role of intrinsic motivation. Journal of Business Ethics135(1), 129-144. (Corresponding author)

Tu, Y., Lu, X., & Yu, Y. (2017). Supervisors’ ethical leadership and employee job satisfaction: A social cognitive perspective. Journal of Happiness Studies18(1), 229-245. (Corresponding author)

Lu, X., Tu, Y., Li, Y., & Ho, C. C. (2016). Affective and normative forces between HCHRM and turnover intention in China. Employee Relations, 38(5), 741-754.

Tu, Y., & Lu, X. (2016). Work-to-life spillover effect of leader–member exchange in groups: The moderating role of group power distance and employee political skill. Journal of Happiness Studies17(5), 1873-1889. (Corresponding author)

Xie, B., Lu, X., & Zhou, W. (2015). Does double plateau always lead to turnover intention? Evidence from China with indigenous career plateau scale. Journal of Career Development42(6), 540-553. (Corresponding author)

Li, Y., Xu, J., Tu, Y., & Lu, X. (2014). Ethical leadership and subordinates’ occupational well-being: A multi-level examination in China. Social Indicators Research116(3), 823-842.

Tu, Y., & Lu, X. (2013). How ethical leadership influence employees’ innovative work behavior: A perspective of intrinsic motivation. Journal of Business Ethics116(2), 441-455. (Corresponding author)

Xie, B., Lu, X., Zhou, W., & Xin, X. (2014). The effect of career plateau on Chinese employees’ affective commitment: An indigenous career plateau scale and two-mediator model. Frontiers of Business Research in China8(3), 346-366.


中文论文

周海明, 陆欣欣, 时勘. (2018). 时间压力何时增加工作专注——工作特征的调节作用南开管理评论, 21(4), 158-168. (通讯作者)

陆欣欣, 涂乙冬. (2018). 分享还是不分享: 社会困境视角下知识分享心理科学进展26(11), 2057-2067.

孙健敏, 陆欣欣. (2017). 伦理型领导的概念界定与测量心理科学进展25(1), 121-132. (通讯作者)

涂乙冬, 陆欣欣. (2017). 重赏之下必有勇夫? 创新奖励与员工及团队创造力的机制研究珞珈管理评论, (1), 62-76.

陆欣欣, 孙嘉卿. (2016). 领导成员交换与情绪枯竭: 互惠信念和权力距离导向的作用心理学报48(5), 566-577.

陈思, 李锡元, 陆欣欣. (2016). 基于调节焦点作用的员工建言行为动机研究管理学报13(4), 551-559.

陆欣欣, 涂乙冬. (2015). 工作投入的短期波动心理科学进展23(2), 268-279.

孙健敏, 陆欣欣, 孙嘉卿. (2015). 组织支持感与工作投入的曲线关系及其边界条件管理科学28(2), 93-102. (通讯作者)

涂乙冬, 陆欣欣, 郭玮, 王震. (2014). 道德型领导者得到了什么? 道德型领导, 团队平均领导? 部属交换及领导者收益心理学报46(9), 1378-1391.

陆欣欣, 涂乙冬. (2014). 基于组织的自尊的情境化与适用性心理科学进展22(1), 130-138.

孙健敏, 王宏蕾, 陆欣欣. (2016). 多层次视角下人力资源管理系统的测量中国人力资源开发, (5), 56-66.

周海明, 陆欣欣, 时勘, 孔演花. (2017). 青年教师工作负荷对心理疏离的影响机制——有调节的中介效应中国特殊教育, (3), 14. (北大核心)

冉霞, 陆欣欣. (2013). 组织领导研究新视角——群际领导概念和模型企业经济32(8), 57-62. (北大核心)


英文会议

Lu, X., Kluemper, D. H., & Tu, Y. (2021). How challenge and hindrance appraisal jointly affect employee performance. Presented at the 2021 annual Academy of Management (AOM) Conference.

Lu, X., & Mitra, A. (2021). Motivational primacy of proactive employees under different configurations of proactive personality. Presented at the 2021 annual Academy of Management (AOM) Conference.

Lu, X., & Kluemper, D. H. (2020). The role of time in time pressure: Dual pathways between time pressure and engagement. Presented at the 2020 annual Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Ubaka, A., Lu, X., & Gutierrez, L. (2020). Is white always the standard? Using replication to extend what we know About leadership prototypes. Presented at the 2020 annual Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Best Student Conference Paper’ award in the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division

Lu, X., Kluemper, D. H., & Malter, A. J. (2019). How team personality presentation predicts team performance trajectory: A socio-analytic perspective". To be presented at the 2019 Meeting of the Southern Management Association, Norfolk, Virginia.

Chen, L., & Lu, X. (2019). Work stressors and innovation: The role of empowerment and controllability attributional style. To be presented at the 2019 annual Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.

Lu, X., & Zhou, H. (2018). Motivational processes linking ethical leadership to knowledge sharing. Presented at the 2018 annual Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, Illinois, Chicago.

Sun, J. & Lu, X. (2017). Multiple pathways linking leader member exchange to work effort. Manuscript presented at the 2017 annual Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

Lu, X., & Sun, J. J. (2016). How ethical leadership enhances knowledge sharing through generalized exchange? Manuscript presented at the 2016 annual Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, Anaheim, California.

Lu, X., & Sun, J. J. (2016). Individual reciprocation embedded in LMX: A three-way interaction study. Manuscript presented at the second HR International Conference (HRIC) of AOM, Sydney, Australia.

Sun, J., & Lu, X. (2015). For whom LMX is positively related to burnout? Manuscript presented at the 2015 Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology (SIOP), Philadelphia, PA.

Xie, B., Lu, X., & Zhou, W. (2014). Does double plateau always lead to turnover intention? Evidence from China. Manuscript presented at the 2014 Academy of Management (AOM) Conference, Philadelphia, PA.