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Department of Applied Psychology

Professor SIU Oi Ling

 

Siuol

Lam Woo & Co Ltd Chair Professor of Applied Psychology; Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences

BEd (Strathclyde); AdvDipEd, MPhil (HKU); PhD (Liverpool)    

Office:  WYL302/1, Dorothy Y L Wong Building, Department of Applied Psychology, Lingnan University, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong

TEL:                          (852) 2616 7170

FAX:                         (852) 2616 5997

e-Mail:                      siuol@Ln.edu.hk

Editor, International Journal of Stress Management (2015-2020)

Associate Editor, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology (from 2015)

Lam Woo & Co Ltd Chair Professor Siu Oi-ling is Chair Professor teaching psychology courses. Her research interests are in Occupational Health Psychology, specifically occupational stress, psychology of safety and work-life balance. Professor. Siu also conducts research in Environmental Psychology and Psychology of Ageing. In the past few years, Professor Siu has been awarded many RGC's GRF (previously Earmarked Research Grants), National Natural Science Foundation (China), Australian Research Council, Quality Education Fund, and research grants by the Occupational Safety & Health Council.

 

 

Honours

Received the RGC Humanity and Social Sciences Prestigious Fellowship Award (2021)

 

Awards

Awarded 2018 "Top 50" Overall Contributor to Work and Family Research by Work and Family Researchers Network Washington D.C. (in June 2018).

One of the Top 25 work-family scholars in the world (Google Scholar, May 2017)

Editor, International Journal of Stress Management from January 2015.

Associate Editor, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology from January 2015.

Member of Editorial Board, Stress and Health (from 2017).

Guest Professor of Department of Psychology, Beijing Normal University, PRC since November 2016.

Guest Professor, School of Psychology, Nanjing Normal University from April 2018.

Awarded the Research Excellence Award in May 2002.

Awarded the Dr. and Mrs. James Wu Awards for Outstanding Service by Lingnan University in March 2002.

Awarded the Committee Member of Chinese Association of Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) & Organizational Health in November 2004.

Awarded Guest Professorship by Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences, PRC since January 2008. 中國科學院社會與組織行為研究中心客座教授.

Member of Editorial Board, International Journal of Stress Management from January 2010 to 31 January 2014.

Member of Editorial Advisory and Review Board, Asian Journal on Environment-Behaviour Studies from October 2009.

Member of Editorial and Review Board, Journal of ASIAN Behavioural Studies from September 2010.

Honorary Advisor, Hong Kong Association of Occupational Health Nurses from May 2010.

Professor Siu also serves as Reviewer of many scholarly refereed journals including Human Relations, Applied Psychology: An International Review, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Journal of Happiness Studies, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Social Science & Medicine, Stress and Health, Research on Aging, Journal of Managerial Psychology, Stress Management, Occupational Medicine, Journal of Management Studies, Accident Analysis and Prevention, Journal of Advanced Nursing, Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, The European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, Journal of Environmental Psychology, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, International Journal of Psychology, Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, Asian Journal of Social Psychology, Anxiety, Stress and Coping, and International Journal of Nursing Studies.
 
Her teaching responsibilities include Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Environmental Psychology, Positive Psychology & Positive Living, Psychology Applied to Occupational Safety and Health, and Stress Management.

 

Research Project in Progress

Title: Economic, Psychological and Social Costs of Occupational Stress in the Big Bay Area: Growth Mindset and Psychological Capital as Stress Moderators” awarded by the RGC Humanities and Social Sciences Prestigious Fellowship Scheme (HK$585800) (Jan to Oct 2021)

Research Project "Occupational Stress and Its Social and Economic Implication to Hong Kong" (August 2017 - May 2019).

Title: “Safety Culture Survey” commissioned by the MTR Corporation. (24 December, 2018 to 26 April, 2019). As Consultant and Project Manager

‘University Mental Health Survey- Prevalence and Predictors of Mental Disorders in First-Year Students in a Local University’ (Prof. Siu is the Co-I)

“The Dual-Mediating Mechanism Underlying the Association between Job Stressors on Employees’ Job Performance: From the Perspective of Challenge-Hindrance Stressor Framework” (Project No. 71671006) was approved by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), with a total of 460,000 RMB from 2017-2020. Prof. Siu O.L. is the first Co-I of the project.

‘Testing a Theoretical Model on Incivility Linking Burnout, Cognitive Errors, and Innovative Work Behaviour.’ Direct Grant. (HK$120000) (1 Mar 2016 to 30 June 2017). Prof. Siu O.L. is the PI and the sole investigator of the project.

 

Research Project: Work-Life balance

‘A Study of Job Demands-Resources Model of Workplace Safety and the Role of Chinese Psychological Belief: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches’ by the competitive General Research Fund(2013-14), RGC (HK$527,500) (1 Jan 2014- 31 Dec 2015). Prof. Siu O.L. is the PI and the sole investigator of the project.

'How to mitigate the impacts of employment insecurity on employees' performance and intention to retain? A longitudinal study' (no.71271005) by the National Natural Science Foundation 国家自然科学基金(of China (RMB$520,000) (2013-2016) with Dr. Lu Chang-qi from Peking U as the PI and Siu O.L. as the Co-I.

'When and why is proactive personality more related to job performance among employees in Mainland China?' (granted HK$105,997 from the Research and Postgraduate Committee of Lingnan University) (RGC Direct Allocation) (May 2013 to 31 July 2015).

Work-Life balance is the individual perception that work and non-work activities are compatible, and promote growth in accordance with an individual's current life priorities.

This three year longitudinal project (2007-2009) was initiated by Dr Paula Brough (Griffith University, Australia) and jointly managed by the Australian National University (Canberra), the University of Waikato (New Zealand), Lingnan University (Hong Kong) and University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong).

This research project will validate a new work-life balance measure and identify which work-life policies are of most value to workers and employers. This research involves 4 locations: Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and China and will involve over 20,000 employees.

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Professor Shi Kan from School of Management, Graduate School, Chinese Academy of Sciences, visited Lingnan University from 5 June 09 to 15 June 09.

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Education Bureau Project 2009: Provision of Services for a Training Course for Teachers on "Psychological Approach to Effective Strategies in Handling Students' Challenging Behavior"

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Training for Hong Kong Housing Authority "Managing Abusive/Violent Customers for Managerial Staff" 2009.

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Photo with BSMS students awarded Dean's List 2009.

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Education Bureau Project 2010: Provision of Services for a Training Course for Teachers on "Psychological Approach to Effective Strategies in Handling Students' Challenging Behviour"

 

Publications up to 2019

Articles

Siu, O.L. (2020). “Outgoing editorial”. International Journal of Stress Management, 27(4), 412.

Siu, O.L., Cooper, C.L., Roll, L.C, & Lo, C. (2020). Occupational stress and its economic cost in Hong Kong: The role of positive emotions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(22), 8622; doi:10.3309/ijerph17228622.

Wang, D., Hao, L., Zong, Z.; Siu, O. L.; Xiao, Y.; Zhao, C.; Zhang, X.; O’Neill, P.; Hu, Y. (in press). The Evaluation of a New Multidimensional Job Insecurity Measure (JIM) in a Chinese Context. Stress and Health.

Roll, L.C., Siu, O.L., Li, S.Y.W., & De Witte, H. (2019). Human error: The impact of job insecurity on attention-related cognitive errors and error detection. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16, 2427 (61 pages)
doi: 10.3390/ijerph16132427 (www.mdpi.com/journal/ijerph)

Jang, S., Kim, E.S., Cao, C., Allen, A.D., Cooper, C,L., Lapierre, L. M., Spector, P.E., … Siu O.L., & Abarca, N. (2017). Measurement invariance of the satisfaction with life scale across 26 countries. Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology. 48 (4), 560-576.
doi:10.1177/0022022117697844

Drummond, S., O ’Driscoll, M.P., Brough, P., Siu, O.L., Kalliath, T., Riley, D., Timms, C., Sit, C., & Lo. D. (2017). The relationship of social support with well-being via work-family conflict: Moderating effects of gender, dependants and nationality. Human Relations, 70(5), 544-565. doi:10.1177/0018726716662696

Chan, X. W., Kalliath, T., Brough, P., O’Driscoll, M. P., Siu, O. L., & Timms, C. (2017). Self-efficacy and work engagement: Test of a chain model. International Journal of Manpower, 38(6), 819–834. doi: 10.1108/IJM-11-2015-0189

Chan, C. X. W., Kalliath, T., Brough, P., Siu, O.L., O’Driscoll, M.P., & Timms, C. (2015). Work–family enrichment and satisfaction: The mediating role of self-efficacy and work–life balance. International Journal of Human Resource Management. 27 (15), 1755-1776. doi: 10.1080/09585192.2015.1075574

Siu, O.L., Bakker, A.B., Brough, P., Lu, C.Q., Wang, H.J., Kalliath, T., O'Driscoll, M., Lu, J.F., &Timms, C. (2015). A three-wave study of antecedents of work-family enrichment: The roles of social resources and affect. Stress and Health, 31 (4), 306-314. doi: 10.1002/smi.2556

Roll, L. C., Siu, O.L., & Li, S. Y.W. (2015). The job insecurity-performance relationship in Germany and China: The buffering effect of uncertainty avoidance. Psihologia Resurselor Umance (Psychology of Human Resources Journal), Special Issue, 13(2), 165-178.

Wang, H.J., Lu, C.Q., & Siu, O.L. (2015). Job insecurity and job performance: The moderating role of organizational justice and the mediating role of work engagement. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 1249-1258.

 

Lu, C.Q., Wang, B., Siu, O.L., Lu, L., & Du, D.Y. (2015). Work-Home Interference and Work Values in Greater China. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 30, 801-814.

Lu, L., Lin, H.Y., Lu, C.Q., & Siu, O.L. (2015). The Moderating Role of Intrinsic Work Value Orientation on the Dual-Process of Job Demands and Resources among Chinese Employees. International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 8, 78-91.

Roll, L.C., Siu, O.L., Li, S.Y.W., & De Witte, H. (2015). Job insecurity: cross-cultural comparison between Germany and China, Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 2, 36 - 54.

Siu, O.L., Cheung, F., Lui, S. (2015). Linking Positive Emotions to Work Well-Being and Turnover Intention Among Hong Kong Police Officers: The Role of Psychological Capital. Journal of Happiness Studies, 16(2), 367-380.

Timms, C., Brough, P., O’Driscoll, M., Kalliath, T., Siu, O.L., Sit, C., & Lo, D. (2015). Flexible work arrangements, Work Engagement, Turnover Intentions and Psychological Health. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 53,83-103.

Brough, P., Siu, O.L., O’Driscoll, M.P., Kalliath, T., Timms, C., Lo, D., & Sit, C. Validation of a Concise Measure of Work-Life Balance. (2014). International Journal of Human Resources Management, 25:19, 2724-2744.

Zhang, X.C., Siu, O.L., Hu, J., & Zhang, W.W. (2014). Relationships between bi-directional work-family conflict/work-family facilitation and psychological well-being: A three-wave cross-lagged study in China. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 13 (2), 87-96.

Brough, P., Timms, C., Siu, O.L., Kalliath, T., O'Driscoll, M.P., Sit, C., Lo, D., & Lu, C.Q. (2013). Validation of the Job Demands-Resources model in cross-national samples: Cross-sectional and longitudinal predictions of psychological strain and work engagement. Human Relations, 66, 1311-1335.

Siu, O.L., Bakker, A.B., & Jiang, X. (2014). Psychological Capital among University Students:  Relationships with Study Engagement and Intrinsic Motivation. Journal of Happiness Studies, 15, 979-994.   DOI 10.1007/s10902-013-9459-2

Siu, O.L. (2013), Psychological capital, work well-being, and work-life balance among Chinese employees: A cross-lagged analysis, Journal of Personnel Psychology, 12(4):170-181. DOI: 10.1027/1866-5888/a000092

Siu, O.L., Cooper, C.L., & Phillips, D.R. (2014). Intervention studies on enhancing work well-being, reducing burnout, and improving recovery experiences among Hong Kong health care workers and teachers . Special Issue of International Journal of Stress Management. 21, 69-84.

Cheng, K.H.C., Phillips, D.R., Siu, O.L., & Yeh, A.G.O. (2013). Patterns of residential adjustment for older person: Who will recover and how do they recover? A study in different residential environments in Hong Kong. Social Indicators Research. DOI 10.1007/s11205-013-0493-6

Brough, P., Timms, C., Siu, O.L., Kalliath, T., O'Driscoll, M.P., Sit, C., Lo, D., & Lu, C.Q. (2013) Validation of the Job Demands-Resources model in cross-national samples: Cross-sectional and longitudinal predictions of psychological strain and work engagement. Human Relations, 66, 1311-1335.

Tang, S., Siu, O.L., & Cheung, F. (2014). A Study of Work-family Enrichment among Chinese Employees: The Mediating Role between Work Support and Job Satisfaction. Applied Psychology: An International Review 63, 130-150. Article first published online 22 June: doi: 10.1111/j.1464-0597.2012.00519.x

Siu, O.L., Lu, C.Q., & Spector P. E. (2013), "Direct and indirect relationship between social stressors and job performance in Greater China: The role of strain and social support", (with Lu, C. Q., & Spector, P. E), European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 22, 520-531. (2013) DOI:10.1080/1359432X.2012.665606

"Individualism-Collectivism as a Moderator of the Work Demands-Strains Relationship: A Cross-Level and Cross-National Examination", (with Yang, L.Q. et al), Journal of International Business Studies, 43, 4, 424-443 (published in April, 2012; accepted on 14 Nov., 2011, 2012)

"The Relationship of Flexible Work Arrangements with Work-to-Family Conflict, Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intentions: A Comparison of Three Country Clusters", (with Masuda, Aline; Poelmans, Steven; Allen, Tammy; Spector, Paul; Lapierre, Laurent; Cooper, Cary; Abarca, Nureya; Brough, Paula; Ferreiro, Pablo; Fraile, Guillermo; Lu, Luo; Lu, Chang-qin; O'Driscoll, Michael P.; Simoni, Alejandra; Shima, Satoru; Moreno-Velasquez, Ivonne", Applied Psychology: International Review, (2012), 61, 1-29.  

"Work stress, Work Values, and Work Well-being in the greater China", (with Lu, L.; Kao, S.F & Lu, C.Q.), The Journal of Social Psychology, 151(6), 2010, pp. 767 - 783.

"Family Mastery Enhances Work Engagement in Chinese Nurses: a Cross-lagged Analysis." (with Lu, C.Q., Chen, W.Q., & Wang, H.J.). Journal of Vocational Behavior, 78, 2011, pp. 100 - 109.

"Role Resources and Work-family Enrichment: The Role of Work Engagement." (with Lu, J.F., Brough, P., Bakker, A., Lu C.Q., et al.) . Journal of Vocational Behavior, 77 , 2010, pp. 470 - 480.

"Work Stressors, Chinese Coping Strategies, and Job Performance in the Greater China." (with Lu, L., Kao, S.F.,& Lu, C.Q.) International Journal of Psychology. 45, 2010, 294-302.

"Does loyalty protect Chinese workers from stress? The role of affective organizational commitment in the Greatest China region." (with Lu, L. & Lu, C.Q.), Stress and Health, 26, 2010, 161-168.

"Transformational leadership and employee well-being: The mediating role of trust in the leader and self-efficacy", (with Liu, J. Y.& Shi, K.), Applied Psychology: An International Review. 59, 2010, 454-479.

 

Siu et al. (2009). "A study of resiliency among Chinese health care workers: Capacity to cope with workplace stress", Journal of Research in Personality, 43, 2009, pp 770-776.

"Managers' Occupational Stress in State-owned and Private Enterprises in the People's Republic of China", (with Lu, C.Q., Winton, W.T. Au, & Leung, S.W.), International Journal of Human Resource Management, 20 (No. 8), 2009, pp 1670 - 1682.

"Work Stress and Depression: The Direct and Moderating Effects of Informal Social Support and Coping", (with Chen, W.Q., Lu, J.F., Cooper, C.L., & Phillips, D.R.), Stress and Health, 25, 2009, 431-443.

Person-Environment (P-E) Fit Models and Psychological Well-being among Older Persons". (with Phillips, D.R., Yeh, A.G.O. & Cheng, K.H.C.), Environment & Behavior, 17, 2009, 127-141.

"Antecedents and Outcomes of a Four-fold Taxonomy of Work-Family Balance in Employed Parents", (with Lu, J.F., Spector, P.E., & Shi, K.), Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 14(2), 2009, 182-192.

"Coping strategies as moderators in the relationship between role overload and burnout", (with Yip, B. & Rowlinson, S.), Construction Management and Economics, Vol. 26, 2008, pp. 871-882.

Relationships with aggression, anger, and rumination in a diverse sample of Hong Kong Chinese adults. Personality and Individual Differences, 44, 1049-1059.

馮冬冬  陸昌勤  蕭愛鈴. (2008). 工作不安全感與工作幸福感、工作績效的關係:自我效能感的作用 (Job Insecurity, Well-being, and Job Performance: The Role of General Self-efficacy). Acta Psychological Sinica, 40(4), 448-455. (in Chinese)

林琳、時勘、蕭愛鈴. (2008). 工作投入的研究現狀與展望 ( A Review of the Research on Work Engagement), Management Review 管理評論》, 19 (2), 50 -57. (in Chinese).

Sanchez, J.I., Abarca, N., Alexandrova, M., Beham, B., Brough, P., Ferreiro, P.,  Fraile, G., Lu, C.Q., Lu,L., Moreno-Velázquez, I., Pagon, M., Pitariu, H., Salamatov, V., Shima, S., Simoni, A.S., Siu, O.L., Widerszal-Bazyl, M.. (2007). Cross-National Differences in Relationships of Work Demands, Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intentions with Work-Family Conflict. Personnel Psychology, 60, 805-835.

"Employees' Well-being in Greater China: The Direct and Moderating Effects of General Self-efficacy", (with Lu, C. Q. and Spector, P. E.), Applied Psychology: An International Review, 56, 2007, pp. 288-301. (published by Blackwell Publishers)

"Resilience", Peking U Business Review, April 2006, pp. 72-44. (in Chinese)

"A three-phase study to develop and validate Chinese coping strategies scales in Greater China", (with Spector, P. E., & Cooper, C. L.), Personality and Individual Differences, Vol. 41, 2006, pp. 537-548.

"Work Stress, Self-efficacy, Chinese Work Values and Work Well-being in Hong Kong", (with Spector, P.E., Cooper, C.L., and Lu, C.Q.), International Journal of Stress Management, 12, 2005, pp. 274-288.(published by Educational Publication Foundation, American Psychological Association).

"Informal Social Support and Older Persons' Psychological Well-being in Hong Kong", (with Phillips, D.R., Yeh, A.K.O., and Cheng, K.H.C.), Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, Special Issue (in press) (published by Kluwer Publishing).

"Ways of Coping with Workplace Stress in Hong Kong and Beijing", (in Chinese) Peking U Business Review, May 2005, pp. 62-66.

"The Impacts of Dwelling Conditions on Older Persons' Psychological Well-being in Hong Kong: the Mediating Role of Residential Satisfaction", (with Phillips, D.R., Yeh, A.K.O, and Cheng, K.H.C.), Social Science & Medicine, Vol. 60, No. 12, 2005, pp. 2785-2797. (published by Pergamon, Elsevier Science Ltd.)

"Managers' Occupational Stress in China: The Role of Self-efficacy", (with Lu, C. Q. and Cooper, C. L.), Personality and Individual Differences, Vol. 38, 2005, pp. 569-578. (published by Elsevier Ltd.)

"Factors Influencing Older Persons' Residential Satisfaction in Big and Densely Populated Cities in Asia: a Case Study in Hong Kong", (with Phillips, D. R., O. L., Anthony K. O. Yeh and Kevin, H. C. Cheng), Aging International, Vol. 29, No. 1, 2004, pp. 46-70. (invited paper) (published by International Federation on Ageing)

"A Cross-National Comparative Study of Work/Family Pressure, Working Hours, and Well-being: China and Latin America vs. the Anglo World", (with Spector, P. E., Cooper, C. L., Poelmans, S., Allen, T.D., O'Driscoll, M., Sanchez, J. I., Dewe, P., Hart, P., Lu, Luo, Renault de Moraes, L., Ostrognay, G. M., Sparks, K., Wong, P., and Yu, S. F.), Personnel Psychology, 57(1), 2004, pp. 119-142. (listed as one of the best 5 finalist for the Academy of Management HR Division best paper of the year award in 2004) (listed as a Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research in 2005) (top 20 out of 2,500 articles on the topic that year)

"Safety Climate and Safety Performance among Construction Workers in Hong Kong: The Role of Psychological Strains as Mediators", (with Phillips, D. R. and Leung, T. W.), Accident Analysis and Prevention, 36(3), 2004, pp. 359-366. (published by Pergamon Press).

"Eastern Versus Western Control Beliefs at Work: An Investigation of Secondary Control, Socioinstrumental Control, and Work Locus of Control in China and the U.S.", (with Spector, P.E., Sanchez, J.I., Salgado, J., & Ma, J.), Applied Psychology: An International Review, 53(1), 2004, pp. 38-60. (published by Blackwell Publishers).

"Job Stress and Job Performance among Employees in Hong Kong: Role of Chinese Work Values and Organizational Commitment" International Journal of Psychology, 38(6), 2003, pp. 337-347. (published by Psychology Press)

"Job Stress and Work Well-being in Hong Kong and Beijing: The Direct and Moderating Effects of Organizational Commitment and Chinese Work Values" (with Lu, C. Q. and Cheng, K. H. C.) Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, 4,  2003, pp. 7-28. (published by Chinese University Press).

"A Meta-Analysis of the Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Employee Health in Hong Kong", (with Cass, M., Faragher, B., and Cooper, C. L.), Stress and Health , 19, 2003, pp. 79-95. (published by Wiley)

"Age Differences in Safety Attitudes and Safety Performance in Hong Kong Construction Workers", (with Phillips, R. D. and Leung, T. W.), Journal of Safety Research, Vol. 43, No. 2,  2003, pp. 199-205. (published by National Safety Council and Elsevier Science Ltd.)

"Predictors of Job Satisfaction and Absenteeism in Two Samples of Hong Kong Nurses", Journal of Advanced Nursing, Vol. 40, No. 2, 2002, pp. 1-13. (published by Blackwell Publishers)

"A Study of family Support, Friendship, and Psychological Well-being Among Older Women in Hong Kong", (with Phillips, D. R.) International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 55, pp. 299-319, 2002. (published by Baywood Publishing Co., Inc.)

"Managerial Stress in Greater China: The Direct and Indirect Effects of Coping Strategies and Work Locus of Control",   (with Paul E. Spector, Cary L. Cooper, Luo Lu, & Shanfa Yu), Applied Psychology: An International Review, Vol. 51, No. 4, 2002, pp. 608-632.

"Occupational Stressors and Well-being Among Chinese Empolyees: The Role of Organizational Commitment", Applied Psychology: An International Review, Vol . 51, No. 4, 2002, pp. 527-544.

"A 24 Nation/Territory Study of Work Locus of Control in Relation to Well-being at Work: How Generalizable Are Western Work Findings?", (with Spector, P. E., Cooper, C. L., Sanchez, J. I., O'Driscoll, M., Sparks, K., Bernin, P., Dewe, P., Lu, L., Miller, K., Renault de Moraes, L., Pagon, M., Pitariu, H., Poelmans, S., Radhakrishnan, P., Russinova, V., Salamatov, V., Salgado, J., Shanfa, Y., Shima, S., Stora, J. B., Teichmann, M., Theorell, T., Vlerick, P., Westman, M., Widerszal-Bazyl, M., & Wong, P.),  Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 45, No. 2, 2002, pp. 453-466.

"The Pitfall of Poor Psychometric Properties: A Reply to Hofstede's Reply to Us.  Applied Psychology: An International Review, 51 (1), 2002, pp. 174-178.  (published by Blackwell Publishers) (Spector, P. E., Cooper, C. L., Sanchez, J. I., Sparks, K., Bussing, A., Dewe, P., Lu, L., Miller, K., Renault de Moraes, L., O'Driscoll, M., Pagon, M., Pitariu, H., Poelmans, S., Radhakrishnan, P., Salgado, J., Siu, O. L., Stora, J. B., Vlerick, P., Westman, M., Widerszal-Bazyl, M., & Wong, P.)

"Moderating the Stress Impact of Environmental Conditions: The Effect of Organizational Commitment in Hong Kong and China", Journal of Environmental Psychology, 21 (4), 2001, pp. 353-368. (with Ian Donald)

"Age Differences in Coping and Locus of Control: A Study of Managerial Stress in Hong Kong", Psychology and Aging, 16 (4), 2001, pp. 707-710.(with Paul E. Spector, Cary L. Cooper, & Ian Donald)

"Do National Levels of Individualism and Internal Locus of Control Relate to Well-being: An Ecological Level International Study", Journal of Organizational Behavior,  22, 2001, pp. 815-832. (with Spector, P. E., Cooper, C. L., Sanchez, J. I., O'Driscoll, M., Sparks, K., Bernin, P., Dewe, P., Lu, L., Miller, K., Renault de Moraes, L., Pagon, M., Pitariu, H., Poelmans, S., Radhakrishnan, P., Russinova, V., Salamatov, V., Salgado, J., Shanfa, Y., Shima, S., Siu, O. L., Stora, J. B., Teichmann, M., Theorell, T., Vlerick, P., Westman, M., Widerszal-Bazyl, M., & Wong, P.)

陸洛,高旭繁,周雲,蕭愛鈴「兩岸三地員工之工作壓力,控制信念,工作滿意及身心健康。」中華心理衛生學刊第十四卷第一期抽印本,第55-87頁,中華心理衛生協會﹝2001年3月﹞。

"An International Study of the Psychometric Properties of Hofstede Values Survey Module 1994: A Comparision of Individual and Country Level Results", Applied Psychology: An International Review, 50 (2), 2001, pp. 269-281 . (with 27 co-authors from 22 nations).

"Faculty Stressors, Job Satisfaction, and Psychological Distress among University Teachers in Hong Kong: The Role of Locus of Control", International Journal of Stress Management, 7, (2), 2000, pp. 121-138,  (with T. W. Leung & Paul E. Spector). 

"A Three-wave Trend Study of Managerial Stress in Hong Kong: The Role of Type A Behavior and Exercise", International Journal of Stress Management, 7 (2), 2000, pp.153-157,(with Cary L. Cooper & T. W. Leung). 

"A comparative study on value of money among university students in China and Hong Kong: A facet approach". Education Journal, Winter 1999, 27 (2), 2000, pp. 1-20, (with T.W. Leung). 

"Managerial stress in Hong Kong and Taiwan: A comparative study". Journal of Managerial Psychology, Vol. 14, No. 1, 6-25, 1999 (with Luo Lu and Cary L. Cooper) 

"A study of occupational stress, job satisfaction, and quitting intention in Hong Kong firms: The role of locus of control and organizational commitment", Stress Medicine, Vol. 14, February 1998, pp. 55-66. (with Cary L. Cooper) 

"The Use of the Occupational Stress Indicator (OSI) in factory workers in China". International Journal of Stress Management, 1997, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 171-182. (with Ian Donald and Cary L. Cooper) 

"Occupational stress, job satisfaction, and mental health among employees of an acquired TV company in Hong Kong". Stress Medicine, 1997, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 99-107. (with Cary L. Cooper and Ian Donald) (June 1997). 

"Psychosocial Factors at Work and Workers' Health in Hong Kong: An explanatory study", Bulletin of the Hong Kong Psychological Society January & July 1995, No. 34/35, pp. 30-56. May 1996. (with Ian Donald) 

"Occupational Stress among School Teachers: A Review of Research Findings Relevant to Policy Formation", Education Journal Winter 1995, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 105-124. (May 1996).

 

Books

Organizational Behaviour: An Organizational Psychology Perspective (Asia Pacific Edition) (Second Edition), (with Kalliath, T., Brough, P., O'Driscoll, M. Manimala, M.), published by McGraw-Hill Australia and New Zealand, 2014.

Research on Family-friendly Employment Policies and Practices in Hong Kong: Executive Summary, (with Phillips, D. R.), HKSARG: Equal Opportunity Commission & Women's Commission, 2007.

 

Book Chapters

Mehmood, H., & Siu, O.L. (2020). Reducing disruptions caused by social networking sites through mindfulness: a case in point. In S.K. Dhiman (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Mindfulness at Work (374-385). London and New York: Taylor & Frances Group, Routledge.

Mehmood, H. & Siu, O.L. (forthcoming). Intentions Behind the Use of Social Network Sites and their  Association with Employees’ Job Performance and Wellbeing. In T. Wall, C.L. Cooper, & P. Brough (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Organizational Wellbeing. London: Sage Publication Ltd.

Siu, O.L., Pagon, M., & Wang, H.J. (2020). Occupational Health Psychology and Women in Asian Contexts. In F. Cheng and D.F. Halpern (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of The International Psychology of Women (pp.317-328). Cambridge University Press.

Siu, O.L. (June 2017). Stress Management Techniques in the Workplace. In M. Leiter and C.L. Cooper (Eds.) Routledge Companion To Wellbeing At Work. (pp. 284-297). London and new York: Taylor & Frances Group, Routledge.

Leung, S. K.S., Lam, L.C.W., Siu, O.L., & Joseph, G. (2017). Relationship between physical/psychological predictors and self-rated health among older people in Hong Kong. In G. Joseph (Ed.), Diverse Perspectives on Aging in a Changing World (pp.54-68). Taylor & Francis, Routledge

Siu, O.L. (2015). Research on Family-friendly Employment Policies and Practices in Hong Kong: Implications for Work-family Interface In L.Lu and C,L. Cooper (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Work-Life Balance in Asia (pp. 181-206). Cheltenham, UK▪ Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.

Timms, C., Brough, P., Siu, O.L., O’Driscoll, M., & Kalliath T. (2015). Cross-cultural impact of work-life balance on health and work outcomes, In L.Lu and C,L. Cooper (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Work-Life Balance in Asia (pp. 295-314). Cheltenham, UK▪ Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.

Siu O.L., Spector, P.E., Lu, C.Q., & Lu, L. (forthcoming). Joint Moderating Effects of Self-efficacy and Coping on Stressor-Psychological Strain Relationships in Greater China: Evidence from Three Subregions. In A. Alexander-Stamatios and C.L. Cooper (Eds.), Coping, personality and the workplace: Responding to psychological crisis and critical events. Gower Publishing.

Siu, O.L. (2013). The adverse effects of recession-related events on the health and well-being of individuals. In Alexander-Stamatios Antoniou and Cary L. Cooper (Eds.), The Psychology of The Recession on the Workplace. pp. 101-116. Cheltenham, UK Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.

"Global Aging and Aging Workers", (Phillips, D. R., & Siu O. L.), In Hedge and Borman (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Work and Aging, 2012, pp.11-32, New York: Oxford University Press.

"Locus of control". In S. Rogelberg (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Vol. 1, 2007, pp.461-462. CA, Thousand Oaks :SAGE publications.

"An Exploratory Study of Resilience Among Hong Kong Employees: Ways to Happiness", (with Chow, S.L., Phillips, D.R., and Lin, L.), in L.S. Ho and Y. K. Ng (eds.), Happiness and Public Policy: Theory, Case Studies, and Implications, 2006, pp. 209-220. Palgrave Macmillan.

"Foreword", (in Chinese), in H. H. Lok (ed.), Personal Energy Management, Beijing: Blogewin Publisher, 2006.

"An International Comparative Study of Work/Family Stress and Occupational Strain", (with Spector, P. E., Allen, T.D., Poelmans, S. Cooper, C.L., Bernin, P., Hart, P., Lu, L., Miller, K., Renault de Moraes, L., Ostrognay, Pitariu, H., Salamatov, V., Salgado, J, Sanchez, J. I., Teichmann, M., Theorell, T., Vlerick, P., Widerszal-Bazyl, M., &Yu, S.)in S. Poelmans (Eds.), Work and Family: An International Research Perspective, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2005, pp. 71-84.

"Ageing and the Urban Environment", (with Phillips, D. R. and Kevin H. C. Cheng), in G. Andrews and D. R. Phillips (eds.), Ageing and Place: Perspectives, Policy and Practice, USA: Routledge. 2005, pp. 147-163.

"Organizational Climate and Psychological Distress among General and Psychiatric Nurses in Hong Kong". In J. de Jonge, P. Vlerick, A. Bussing, & W. Schaufeli, Organizational Psychology and Health Care at the Start of a New Millennium, Mering: Rainer Hampp Verlag, 2001, pp. 39-54.

"A Study of Safety Climate, Work Stress, and Safety Performance Among Construction Workers in Hong Kong: A Facet Approach". In D. Elizur (ed.), Facet Theory: Integrating Theory Construction with Data Analysis, Prague, Czech Republic: MATFYZPRESS, 2001, pp. 311-322.

"A Validation Study of the Short Money Ethnic Scale Among University Students in Hong Kong". In D. Elizur (ed.), Facet Theory: Integrating Theory Construction with Data Analysis, Prague, Czech Republic: MATFYZPRESS, 2001, pp 245-254. (with Donald, I., & Leung, T. W.)

"Design of environments for the elderly people: An environmental psychological perspective", in Phillips, D.R. and Yeh, A.G.O. (Eds.) (1999) Planning a Better Environment for Hong Kong Elderly People (pp. 65-78). Centre of Urban Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Hong Kong. 

 

 

Book Review

Mark Novak's Issues in Ageing : An Introduction to Gerontology, in Hong Kong Journal of Gerontology, Vol. 12, No. 1, June 1998, p. 53. 

 

Conference Proceedings

"Exploring Psychological Capital to Face New Challenges of Global Business: Evidence from Chinese employees", (with Phillips, D. R., & Lin, L.), AIB conference held in Hangzhou, China, 6 to 8 December 2007.

"Work-family Balance: Prevalence of Family-friendly Employment Policies and Practices in Hong Kong". In Proceedings of "Conference on Strengthening Hong Kong's Families - Awareness, Commitment and Action", organized by the Central Policy Unit, Women's Commission, and HKU Family Institute on 5 September 2006, pp. 74-76.

"Informal Social Support and Psychological Well-being of Older Persons in Hong Kong", (with Phillips, D. R.). In Proceedings of The Changing Asian Family: A Support System with Holes?, organized by Asia Research Institute & Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore, 2004.

Job Stress and Job Performance among Employees in Hong Kong before and after the US 911 Event: Role of Chinese Work Values and Organizational Commitment. In T. S. Chan and G. Cui (Eds.), 2002, AIB Southeast Asia and Australia Regional Conference Proceedings in the form of CD (ISBN NO.: 962-8134-05-1). Lingnan University, Hong Kong Kong.

"Age Differences in Safety Attitudes and Safety Performance in Two Samples of Chinese Workers". In Proceedings of the Regional Conference: Into the Millennium of the Older Adults: Releasing Potentials and Erasing Prejudices, organized by The Gerontological Society of Singapore, 2001, pp. 132-136. (with Phillips, D. R., & Leung T. W.).

"A facet approach to value of money among undergraduates in China and Hong Kong: A comparative study" In Mari Ito (Ed.): Proceedings of The Sixth International Facet Theory Conference, September 22-24, 1997, pp. 208-217. Liverpool, UK. (with Duncan McAndrew) 

 

Other Publications

To Enhance Secondary School Students' Social Competency, Self-esteem, and Psychological Well-being Through Doing Social Services for Elderly People, Quality Education Fund and Lingnan University, 2002, 65 pages. (with Kwok H.K. and Phillips, D. R.)

 Honours

External Examiner, Master in Industrial & Organisational Psychology (IO) Psychology Programme, Faculty of Arts and Social Science at the Universiti of Tunku Abdul Rahman in Malaysia from Jan 2014.

Invited by UGC to serve as Panel Member of RAE Social Science Panel (March 2013 to Aug 2014).

Served as Chairperson for the advisory committee for the Social Science programme in Tung Wah College.

Invited by Open University to serve as Advisory Peer Group (APG) of a new 2-year master's degree program in industrial-organizational psychology (MSSIOPsy) at the Open University of Hong Kong from Nov 2011 for 3 years.


Teaching Subjects

Academic Year:  2020-2021:

2nd Term:

PSY4325

Industrial and Organizational Psychology