Professor Hong Deng
PhD City University of Hong Kong; Master and Bachelor Peking University
Hong Deng is a professor at Durham University Business School. Prior to joining Durham, she worked as a senior lecturer at Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester. She also worked at London School of Economics and University of Birmingham previously.
Hong Deng is a professor at Durham University. Hong received her PhD in Organizational Behavior from City University of Hong Kong in 2013. She got her bachelor and master degrees at Peking University, China. She previously worked at London School of Economics, University of Birmingham, and University of Manchester before joining Durham university. Her work focuses on self-regulation at work, organizational justice, person-organization-job fit, and leadership. Hong’s work has been published leading academic journals in the field such as at Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychological, Journal of Management, Journal of Vocational Behavior.
- Self-regulation at work
- Emotional labor
- Proactive behavior
- Organizational justice
- Person-organization/job fit
- Leung, K., Wang, J. & Deng, H. (2014). Challenges of conducting global research.. In Internationalizing the curriculum in organizational psychology. Griffith, R. L. Thompson, L. F. & Armon, B. K. New York: Springer. 283-305.
- Deng, H. , Walter, F. & Guan, Y. (2020). Supervisor-Directed Emotional Labor as Upward Influence: An Emotions-as-Social-Information Perspective.. Journal of Organizational Behavior
- Deng, H., Leung, K., Lam, C. & Huang, X. (2019). Slacking Off in Comfort: A Dual-Pathway Model for Psychological Safety Climate. . Journal of Management 45(3): 1114-1144.
- Deng, H., Guan, Y., Wu, C-H., Erdogan, B., Bauer, T. & Yao, X. (2018). A Relational Model of Perceived Overqualification: The Moderating Role of Interpersonal Influence on Social Acceptance.. Journal of Management 44(8): 3288-3310.
- Deng, H., Coyle-Shapiro, J. & Yang, Q. (2018). Beyond Reciprocity: A Conservation of Resources View on the Effects of Psychological Contract Violation on Third Parties.. Journal of Applied Psychology 103(5): 561-577.
- Deng, H., Walter, F., Lam, C. K. & Zhao, H. H. (2017). Spillover Effects of Emotional Labor in Customer Service Encounters toward Coworker Harming: A Resource Depletion Perspective.. Personnel Psychology 70(2): 469-502.
- Li, F., Deng, H. & Leung, K. (2017). Is Perceived Creativity-reward Contingency Good for Creativity? The Role of Challenge and Threat Appraisals.. Human Resource Management 56(4): 693-709.
- Chen, S.X., Lam, B., Wu, W., Ng, J., Buchtel, E., Guan, Y. & Deng, H. (2016). Do people’s world views matter? The why and how.. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 110(5): 743-765.
- Deng, H., Wu, C.H., Leung, K. & Guan, Y. (2016). Depletion from Self-Regulation: A Resource-based Account of the Effect of Value Incongruence.. Personnel Psychology 69(2): 431-465.
- Leung, K., Deng, H., Wang, J. & Zhou, F. (2015). Beyond risk-taking: Effects of psychological safety on prosocial behavior. Group and Organization Management 40(1): 88-115.
- Deng, H. & Leung, K. (2014). Contingent punishment as a double-edged sword: A dual-pathway model from a sense-making perspective. Personnel Psychology 67(4): 951-980.
- Guan, Y., Deng, H., Sun, J., Wang, Y., Cai, Z., Ye, L., Fu, R., Wang, Y., Zhang, S. & Li, Y. (2013). Career adaptability, job search self-efficacy and outcomes: A three-wave investigation among Chinese University Graduates. Journal of Vocational Behavior 83(3): 561-570.
- Guan, Y. J., Deng, H., Risavy, S. D., Bond, M. H. & Li, F. J. (2011). Supplementary fit, complementary fit, and work-related outcomes: The role of self-construal. Applied Psychology: An International Review (60): 286-310.
- Deng, H., Guan, Y., Bond, M.H., Zhang, Z. & Hu, T. (2011). The interplay between social cynicism beliefs and person-organization fit on work-related attitudes among Chinese employees. Journal of Applied Social Psychology (41): 160-178.
- Guan, Y., Deng, H., Bond, M.H., Chen, S.X. & Chan, C.C. (2010). Person-job fit and work-related attitudes among Chinese employees: Need for cognitive closure as moderator. Basic and Applied Social Psychology 32: 251-260.
- Guan, Y., Deng, H. & Bond, M.H. (2010). Examining the stereotype content model in a Chinese context: Intergroup structural relations and Mainland Chinese stereotypes towards Hong Kong Chinese. International Journal of Inter-cultural Relations 34(4): 393-399.