Her primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Organizational citizenship behavior, Job performance, Organizational behavior and Organizational commitment. Her Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Procedural justice, Perception and Distributive justice. Her work investigates the relationship between Organizational citizenship behavior and topics such as Psychological contract that intersect with problems in Obligation and Longitudinal study.
Her research in Job performance intersects with topics in Job stress, Applied psychology, Management by objectives, Human resource management and Self perception. The study incorporates disciplines such as Test, Mediation, Transactional leadership, Meaning and Job security in addition to Organizational behavior. Her study focuses on the intersection of Job security and fields such as Construct validity with connections in the field of Job satisfaction.
Cynthia Lee mainly focuses on Social psychology, Mathematics education, Law, Pedagogy and Criminology. Her work on Social psychology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Perception. Her Criminology research incorporates elements of Jury and Race.
Her study looks at the relationship between Jury and topics such as Deadly force, which overlap with Officer. The Organizational citizenship behavior study combines topics in areas such as Collectivism and Social identity theory. Her Job performance study is focused on Job satisfaction in general.
Her primary areas of study are Social psychology, Mathematics education, Process, Pedagogy and Context. Cynthia Lee incorporates Social psychology and Perspective in her studies. Her Student learning study in the realm of Mathematics education interacts with subjects such as Class.
Her research in Process intersects with topics in Autonomy, Interdependence, Job design and Priming. Her Peer instruction study in the realm of Pedagogy interacts with subjects such as Computer technology. Her Ostracism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Collectivism, Organizational identification, Social identity theory, Organizational citizenship behavior and Organizational culture.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Mathematics education, Peer instruction, Pedagogy and Data structure. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Organizational culture and Social psychology. Her studies examine the connections between Mathematics education and genetics, as well as such issues in Context, with regards to Learner perceptions, Individualized learning, Predictive power and Perception.
Cynthia Lee works mostly in the field of Peer instruction, limiting it down to concerns involving Computer security and, occasionally, Control, Action research, Student learning and Mindset. Her biological study deals with issues like Grading, which deal with fields such as Student perceptions. Her studies deal with areas such as Session and Process as well as Data structure.
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Content, Cause, and Consequences of Job Insecurity: A Theory-Based Measure and Substantive Test
Susan J. Ashford;Cynthia Lee;Phillip Bobko.
Academy of Management Journal (1989)
Effect of self-efficacy, goals, and task strategies on task performance.
Edwin A Locke;Elizabeth Zubritzky;Cynthia Lee;Philip Bobko.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1984)
Self-efficacy beliefs: Comparison of five measures.
Cynthia Lee;Philip Bobko.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1994)
Psychological contract and organizational citizenship behavior in China: investigating generalizability and instrumentality.
Chun Hui;Cynthia Lee;Denise M. Rousseau.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2004)
IMPACT OF PROCESS AND OUTCOME FEEDBACK ON THE RELATION OF GOAL SETTING TO TASK PERFORMANCE
P. Christopher Earley;Gregory B. Northcraft;Cynthia Lee;Terri R. Lituchy.
Type A behavior and faculty research productivity: What are the mechanisms?
M.Susan Taylor;Edwin A. Locke;Cynthia Lee;Marilyn E. Gist.
Organizational Behavior and Human Performance (1984)
Test of a Mediation Model of Perceived Organizational Support.
Zhen Xiong Chen;Samuel Aryee;Cynthia Lee.
Task Conflict and Team Creativity: A Question of How Much and When
Jiing-Lih Farh;Cynthia Lee;Crystal I. Cic Farh.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2010)
Power-Distance, Gender and Organizational Justice
Cynthia Lee;Madan Pillutla;Kenneth S. Law.
Journal of Management (2000)
Employment Relationships in China: Do Workers Relate to the Organization or to People?
Chun Hui;Cynthia Lee;Denise M. Rousseau.
Organization Science (2004)
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