Greg Chung-Yan

PSYCHOLOGY University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada 
General Psychology, Industrial Psychology, Social Psychology
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Moeller C, Chung-Yan GA. (2013) Effects of social support on professors’ work stress International Journal of Educational Management. 27: 188-202
Kwantes CT, Chung-Yan GA. (2012) Developing a global mindset for leaders: The case of the canadian context Advances in Global Leadership. 7: 295-320
Butler AM, Chung-Yan GA. (2011) The influence of sexual harassment frequency and perceptions of organizational justice on victim responses to sexual harassment European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. 20: 729-754
Chung-Yan GA, Butler AM. (2011) Proactive personality in the context of job complexity Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science. 43: 279-286
Chung-Yan GA. (2010) The nonlinear effects of job complexity and autonomy on job satisfaction, turnover, and psychological well-being. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 15: 237-51
Chung-Yan GA, Moeller C. (2010) The psychosocial costs of conflict management styles International Journal of Conflict Management. 21: 382-399
Son Hing LS, Chung-Yan GA, Hamilton LK, et al. (2008) A two-dimensional model that employs explicit and implicit attitudes to characterize prejudice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 94: 971-87
Chung-Yan GA, Hausdorf PA, Cronshaw SF. (2005) A criterion-related validation study of transit operators International Journal of Selection and Assessment. 13: 172-177
Son Hing LS, Chung-Yan GA, Grunfeld R, et al. (2004) Exploring the discrepancy between implicit and explicit prejudice: A test of aversive racism theory Social Motivation: Conscious and Unconscious Processes. 274-293
Chung-Yan GA, Cronshaw SF. (2002) A critical re-examination and analysis of cognitive ability tests using the Thorndike model of fairness Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 75: 489-509
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