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    Article

    Van de Vliert, E. and Yang, Huadong and Wang, Y. and Ren, X. (2013) Climato-economic imprints on Chinese collectivism. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 44 (4), pp. 589-605. ISSN 0022-0221.

    Lammers, J. and Yang, Huadong (2012) Feelings of power lead people to take sides with other powerful parties. Revista de Psicología Social 27 (3), pp. 337-346. ISSN 0213-4748.

    Yang, Huadong and Sanders, K. and Bumatay, C.P. (2012) Linking perceptions of training with organizational commitment: the moderating role of self-construals. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 21 (1), pp. 125-149. ISSN 1359-432X.

    Yang, Huadong and Li, C. and Hendriks, J. and Wang, Q. (2011) What motivates lay third parties to take sides in a conflict? examining the relationships between the big five personality traits and side-taking motives. European Journal of Personality 25 (1), pp. 65-75. ISSN 1099-0984.

    Runhaar, P. and Sanders, K. and Yang, Huadong (2010) Stimulating teachers' reflection and feedback asking: an interplay of self-efficacy,learning goal orientation, and transformational leadership. Teaching and Teacher Education 26 (5), pp. 1154-1161. ISSN 0742-051X.

    Yang, Huadong and Tian, L. and Van Oudenhoven, J.P. and Hofstra, J. and Wang, Q. (2010) Urban residents’ subtle prejudice towards rural-to-urban migrants in China: the role of socioeconomic status and adaptation styles. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 20 (3), pp. 202-216. ISSN 1052-9284.

    Giebels, E. and Yang, Huadong (2009) Preferences for third-party help in workplace conflict: a cross-cultural comparison of Chinese and Dutch employees. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 2 (4), pp. 344-362. ISSN 1750-4708.

    Yang, Huadong and Van de Vliert, E. and Shi, K. (2009) How lay third parties weigh legitimacy and sanctions in a side-taking dilemma: a study among Chinese and Dutch employees. Applied Psychology 58 (2), pp. 214-232. ISSN 0269-994X.

    Yang, Huadong and Van de Vliert, E. and Shi, K. and Huang, X. (2008) Whose side are you on? Relational orientations and their impacts on side-taking among Dutch and Chinese employees. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 81 (4), pp. 713-731. ISSN 0963-1798.

    Yang, Huadong and Van de Vliert, E. and Shi, K. (2007) Interpersonal relationship and lay third parties' side-taking preference: a cross-cultural study among Chinese and Dutch. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 38 (4), pp. 438-457. ISSN 0022-0221.

    Yang, Huadong and Van de Vliert, E. and Shi, K. (2005) Siding in a workplace dispute in China: the impact of legitimacy, sanction, and Guanxi. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 5 (3), pp. 329-347. ISSN 1470-5958.

    Book Section

    Wolf, M. and Sims, Julian and Yang, Huadong (2018) Social media? What social media? In: UNSPECIFIED (ed.) Social Transformation: Proceedings of the 23rd UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS) International Conference. UK Academy of Information Systems. ISBN 9780956027252.

    Wolf, M. and Sims, Julian and Yang, Huadong (2017) It’s not about what, it’s about who you know: social media-use in organisations. In: Griffiths, M. and McLean, R. and Kutar, M. (eds.) Ubiquitous information systems : surviving & thriving in a connected society. UKAIS. ISBN 9780956027269.

    Wolf, M. and Sims, Julian and Yang, Huadong (2015) Look who's co-creating: employer branding on social media. In: UNSPECIFIED (ed.) ECIS 2015 Completed Research Papers. AIS Electronic Library. ISBN 9783000502842.

    Wolf, M. and Sims, Julian and Yang, Huadong (2015) Theoretical sampling – ALIAS: a case selection framework for research on social media engagement. In: UNSPECIFIED (ed.) Proceedings of the 20th UK Academy of Information Systems Conference, 2015. AIS Electronic Library.

    Wolf, M. and Sims, Julian and Yang, Huadong (2015) Towards understanding of value co-creation on web 2.0 platforms: an assessment methodology. In: Kommers, P. and Isaías, P. and Fernandez Betancort, H. (eds.) ict 2015: Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference ICT, Society and Human Beings. IADIS Press. ISBN 9789898533418.

    Wolf, M. and Sims, Julian and Yang, Huadong (2015) The effect of new rhetors on HRM communication process. In: UNSPECIFIED (ed.) BAM 2015 Proceedings. British Academy of Management. ISBN 9780954960889.

    Van de Vliert, E. and Yang, Huadong (2013) Where on Earth do collectivists live? Climato–economic impacts on ingroup love and outgroup hate. In: Rentfrow, P.J. (ed.) Geographical Psychology: Exploring the Interaction of Environment and Behavior. Cambridge, UK: American Psychological Association. ISBN 9781433815393.

    Runhaar, P. and Sanders, K. and Sleegers, P. and Yang, Huadong (2011) Professionele ontwikkeling in scholen. In: Kessels, J. and Poell, R. (eds.) Human Resources Development Handboek: Organiseren van het leren. Houten, The Netherlands: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum, pp. 429-442. ISBN 9789031385645.

    Yang, Huadong and Tian, L. and Van Oudenhoven, J.P. (2009) The impact of adult attachment styles on urban public attitudes towards adaptation strategies of rural-to-urban migrants. In: Leong, C.H. and Berry, J. (eds.) Intercultural relations in Asia: Migration and work effectiveness. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. ISBN 9789812837868.

    Shi, K. and Yang, Huadong (2004) How cultural and social factors of educational change impact Chinese teacher work and lives. In: Poppleton, P. and Williamson, J. (eds.) New realities of secondary teachers’ work lives. Oxford, UK: Symposium. ISBN 9781873927144.

    Conference or Workshop Item

    Wolf, M.V. and Sims, Julian and Yang, Huadong (2014) Social media utilization in human resource management. In: Web Based Communities and Social Media 2014, 2014, Lisbon, Portugal. (Unpublished)

    Wolf, M. and Sims, Julian and Yang, Huadong (2014) The role of social media in human resource management. In: UKAIS 2014, 2014, Oxford, UK. (Unpublished)

    Wolf, M. and Sims, Julian and Yang, Huadong Don’t stop me now: emergent organisational practices on social media. In: IADIS Information Systems Conference (IS 2018), 14-16 Apr 2018, Lisbon, Portugal. (In Press)

    Wolf, M. and Sims, Julian and Yang, Huadong Paradoxes in aocial media utilisation in human resource management. In: Social media perspectives in business and government, 31 Mar 2014, London, UK. (Unpublished)

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