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Staff profile

Dr Jessica Dinh

Jessica Dinh is a Junior Research Fellow at Durham University, UK. She received her
PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology in 2014 at the University of Akron
in the United States of America. Her research interests and continuing line of
research include leadership, moral decision making and ethical behaviour,
abusive supervision, team and group dynamics, social networks, implicit
leadership theories, and neurocognitive processes.

Biography

Prior to attending the University of Akron, Jessica received her bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Psychology with magna cum laude honours at the University of California: Irvine.

Her research interests include leadership, moral decision making and ethical behaviour, abusive supervision, team and group dynamics, social networks, implicit leadership theories, and neurocognitive processes. In addition to her academic interests, she is an avid photographer and enjoys the outdoors.

Research interests: Moral decision making and behaviour, dark leadership, leadership and followership, neurocognitive information processing, groups and team decision making, social networks, organizational systems.

Research Interests

  • Management Leadership and Followership

Publications

    Chapter in book

  • Lord, R.G. & Dinh, J.E. (2012). Aggregation processes and levels of analysis as organizing structures for leadership theory. In The Nature of Leadership. Day, D.V. & Antonaki, J. Los Angeles, CA: Sage. 29-65.
  • Journal Article

  • Meuser, J. D., Gardner, W. L., Dinh, J. E., Hu, J., Liden, R. C. & Lord, R. G. (2016). A network analysis of leadership theory: the infancy of integration.. Journal of Management 42(5): 1374-1403.
  • Lord, R.G., Dinh, J. & Hoffman, E. (2015). A quantum approach to time and organizational change.. Academy of Management Review 40(2): 263-290.
  • Lord, R. & Dinh, J. (2014). What have we learned that is critical in understanding leadership perceptions and leader performance relations? Industrial and Organizational Psychology 7(2): 158-177.
  • Dinh, J. E., Lord, R. G. & Pollock, J. (2014). A neurocognitive perspective on dark leadership and employee deviance: Moral sensitivity and influences of the self-concept. Journal of Applied Psychology
  • Dinh, J., Lord, R., Garnder, W., Meuser, J., Liden, R.C. & Hu, J. (2014). Leadership theory and research in the new millennium: Current theoretical trends and changing perspectives.. The Leadership Quarterly 25(1): 36-62.
  • Dinh, J. E. & Lord, R. G. (2013). An integrative framework for understanding moral processing and content: What we know and where to go from here. Current Directions in Psychological Science 22: 380-385.
  • Dinh, J. E. & Gabriel, A. S. (2012). Money (really) matters: Tips from the frontline on balancing graduate school finances. The Industrial Organizational Psychologist 50: 81-86.
  • Dinh, J.E. & Lord, R.G. (2012). Implications of dispositional and process views of traits for individual difference research in leadership. The Leadership Quarterly 23(4): 651-669.
  • Shondrick, S. J., Dinh, J. E. & Lord, R. G. (2010). Developments in implicit leadership theory and cognitive science: Applications to improving measurement and understanding alternatives to hierarchical leadership. Leadership Quarterly 21: 959-978.

Contact Details

Post Doctoral Research Fellow
+44 191 3345869