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    Innovation ambidexterity and knowledge redundancy: The moderating effects of transactional leadership.Yunlong Duan, Wenjing Liu, Shanshan Wang, Meng Yang & Chang Mu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Entering the challenging and promising knowledge era, it is clear that enterprises should leverage knowledge management activities in improving innovation performance to maintain competitive advantages. This study sheds light on the improvement path of innovation ambidexterity from the perspectives of knowledge redundancy and typical leadership style. It is noted that we determined the research theme through quantitative analysis and conducted qualitative analysis through 209 questionnaire data collected from respondents in different regions and industries in China. The empirical results indicated that (...)
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    English as a Foreign Language Learners’ Academic Achievement: Does Creativity and Self-Efficacy Matter?Shanshan Wang, Yaling Chen & Yi Wan - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Given the centrality of learners’ individual differences in their academic achievement, a plethora of research has been done on various individual difference variables and their associations with learners’ increased achievement. Yet, the role of creativity and self-efficacy in EFL learners’ academic achievement has not been extensively studied. Further, no review inquiry has simultaneously probed into the consequences of these two individual difference variables for learners’ academic achievement. This study strives to fill this underappreciated gap by addressing the positive consequences of (...)
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    The Wealth State Awareness Effect on Attention Allocation in People From Impoverished and Affluent Groups.Shanshan Wang & Dong Yang - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    “We buy what we wanna be”: Understanding the effect of brand identity driven by consumer perceived value in the luxury sector.Xi Xi, Jing Yang, Kaiwen Jiao, Shanshan Wang & Tianxiang Lu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Prior studies focused on consumer satisfaction and loyalty have brought undeniable benefits to luxury brand marketing but are not sufficient to ensure a long-lasting and profitable customer-brand relationship in the new setting. Brand identity provides a valuable exploration of this issue. However, the current measurement of brand identity is relatively simple, and there is no clear answer to what factors encourage brand identity development. This study attempts to address this gap by dividing the brand identity structure from a multi-dimensional perspective, (...)
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    Psychological contract breach and job performance of new generation of employees: Considering the mediating effect of job burnout and the moderating effect of past breach experience.Dongping Yu, Ke Yang, Xinsi Zhao, Yongsong Liu, Shanshan Wang, Maria Teresa D’Agostino & Giuseppe Russo - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    With the intensification of COVID-19 epidemic, it becomes prominent to discuss the issue about the influence of psychological contract breach on job performance of new generation of employees. Based on social exchange theory, fairness theory, and conservation of resource theory, this study constructed a relationship model between psychological contract breach and job performance of new generation of employees with considering the mediating effect of job burnout and the moderating effect of past breach experience. Our hypotheses were tested using data from (...)
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    Exploring the effect of perceived overqualification on knowledge hiding: The role of psychological capital and person-organization fit.Jing Zhu, Fangyu Lin, Ying Zhang, Shanshan Wang, Wenxing Tao & Zhenyong Zhang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Individuals' knowledge hiding behavior may lead to massive economic losses to organizations, and exploring the antecedents of it has crucial relevance for mitigating its negative influences. This research aims to investigate the impact of perceived overqualification on knowledge hiding by testing the mediating effect of psychological capital and the moderating effect of person-organization fit. Empirical analyses were conducted on 249 employee dataset using versions SPSS 26 and AMOS 26. Results illustrate an inverse correlation between perceived overqualification and knowledge hiding behavior (...)
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    Book Review: Negotiating Identity in Modern Foreign Language Teaching. [REVIEW]Shanshan Wang - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    Do preschool teachers in Southwest China need more mental health education? An online cross-sectional survey 1 year after the COVID-19 pandemic. [REVIEW]Yao Yu, Tingting Wu, Jing Gao, Shanshan Wang, Yang Zhou & Jiajun Zhang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study intended to explore the current status of psychological problems of preschool teachers in Southwest China 1 year after the COVID-19 pandemic and to assess the association between mental health education and psychological problems and symptoms of psychopathology. A total of 614 preschool teachers from Southwest China were enrolled to complete the questionnaires of the Chinese Symptom Checklist. Notably, 60% of the respondents reported psychological distress with GSI T-scores ≥ 63, especially the high score was reported on obsessive-compulsive disorder, (...)
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