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A Review of Organization Humor: Concept, Measurement and Empirical Research  [PDF]
Yaozhong Liu, Leqin Wang
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2016.710132
Abstract: Along with the development of researches on Organizational Behavior, more and more scholars pay attention to the organization humor. This article firstly reviews the concept and measurement of organization humor, and then mentions some relevant researches. In the fourth part, this article lists some further advice which may be studied in the future.
An Empirical Study on the Relationship between Self-Control and Employees’ Initiative Behavior: The Intermediary Role of Emotion Burnout  [PDF]
Yaozhong Liu, Xiaoping Wang, Kai Dou, Bao Zhang
Open Journal of Business and Management (OJBM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2015.32021
Abstract: This paper establishes the relationship model between trait self-control and employees’ initiative behavior, using emotion burnout as an intermediary variable, and analyzes the modulation effect of occupation types on it. This paper explores the interactive effects and influence mechanism through the empirical analysis of 189 samples. The results show that the emotion burnout has a partial mediating effect on the relationship between trait self-control and employees’ initiative behavior; that is the emotion burnout has a negative effect on employee’ initiative behavior. Besides, we also find out that the occupation types have a regulatory effect on the relationship between emotion burnout and employees’ initiative behavior.
Classification of (n+2)-dimensional n-Lie Algebras
Ruipu Bai,Xiaoling Wang,Yaozhong Zhang
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: We give a complete classification of (n+2)-dimensional n-Lie algebras over an algebraically closed field of characteristic $2$, and provide a isomorphic criterion theorem of (n+2)-dimensional n-Lie algebras.
Does Power Corrupt? The Evidence from Event-Related Potentials  [PDF]
Yaozhong Liu, Junjie Huang
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.31013
Abstract: The approach/inhibition theory of power suggested that power conduced to more reward-related behavior, while powerless individual had more inhibited behavior. In this study, participants were told to take part in the dictator game and the ultimatum game, which respectively made them feel powerful or powerless. In the meanwhile, ERPs (Event-Related Potentials) was also adopted in the experiment. After comparing the behavioral and potential differences between those two power conditions, the study found that people felt more powerful and allocated less interests to the counterparts when they played the dictator game than that in the ultimatum game. Four types of ERP component were found in this study: P2, N2, P3 and LNC. In the power condition, participants probed larger N2 than in the powerlessness condition. Particularly, the P2 of left cerebral hemisphere was larger than that on the right. However, N2, P3 and LNC probed in powerlessness condition were larger. The results implied that powerful individual put more cognitive resource at the early stage of decision-making while powerless individual allocated more cognitive recourse in the later stage. Besides, more conflict processing might be performed when people had less power. The study found a new neural evident to support the approach/inhibition theory of power.
The Effect of Temporal Distance and Social Distance on the Choice of Consumers’ Preferences  [PDF]
Yaozhong Liu, Jinjing Xu
Modern Economy (ME) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/me.2015.62024
Abstract: Temporal distance is defined as how much time (e.g., past or future) separates between the perceiver’s present time and the target event. Social distance is defined as how distinct is the social target from the perceiver’s self (e.g., oneself vs others). The interpretation of events will change as different psychological distance changes (e.g., Temporal Distance, Spatial Distance, Social Distance) and then affect people’s reactions, judgment and decision-making. In real life, consumers often have to make a choice between two types of products: one of them is often called the “virtue products”, and the other one was accordingly called the “vice products”. This study uses experimental methods to explore the influence of temporal distance and social distance on the choice of consumers’ preference and obtains the following conclusions: 1) When consumers make choices for themselves, compared to now, they are more inclined to choose the virtue product at a future time; when consumers make choices for others, compared to now, they are more inclined to choose the virtue product at a future time; when consumers make choices now, compared to choose for themselves, they are more inclined to choose virtue products for others; when consumers make choices at a future time, compared to choose for themselves , they are more inclined to choose virtue products for others; 2) The ANOVA of eye movements data on virtue products (i.e., fixation length and fixation count) showed that main effects of temporal distance and social distance were significant, but there was not interaction between both factors.
A Comparative Study of Competitive Brand Based on Customer-Perceived Value—Evidences from IAT  [PDF]
Yaozhong Liu, Qifeng Sun
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.37040
Abstract: The difference of the product differentiation fuels the competition of brands, steering the direction from the simple product competition to the added value of the brand. In the brands competition, customer-perceived value is the core of the competing. High customer-perceived value means the appropriate brand image left in the customers’ mind, thereby affecting the consumer loyalty and frequency of purchase again, showing the status of the brand. Using the method of IAT (implicit association test), the text analyzes the difference of the user experience of two competitive brands, and has an insight into the advantages and disadvantages of the competitive brand from four dimensions. The result shows that, overall speaking, the customer-perceived value of McDonald is higher than that of KFC, but in the dimension of service and value, the customer-perceived value of KFC is much higher, giving the direction for the marketers to make the appropriate tactics based on the difference of the brand customer-perceived value.
Unethical Pro-Organizational Behavior: Concept, Measurement and Empirical Research  [PDF]
Yaozhong Liu, Caibao Qiu
Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies (JHRSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2015.33020
Abstract: Along with the developing of the research on Organizational Behavior, more and more scholars pay attention to the unethical pro-organizational behavior. It gives us a more depth and a new aspect in understanding in all sorts of phenomenon of organizational behavior. This article firstly reviews the current research about the concept and measurement of unethical pro-organizational behavior; some relevant researches are also mentioned. Then in the second part, this article lists some relevant empirical research especially in the relationship between UPB and employee attitude and the relationship between UPB with leadership style. To promote the development of UPB, this article also provides some advises which can be enforced in the future.
The Study of Relationship between Facial Width-to-Height Ratio and Aggression  [PDF]
Yaozhong Liu, Jia He
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.310001
Abstract: Facial-width-to-height ratio (fWHR) is a kind of facial feature that based on the overall facial in-formation and can be specifically measured. fWHR is closely related to the individual aggressive. The present study reviewed previous researches on aggression and measurement of fWHR, and described the relationship between fWHR and aggression under the external and internal factors. Moreover, the researchers explained them from the perspective of cognition, physics and evolutionary. In the future, the studies can deepen these fields to enrich the theories and effectively prevent and control violence in society.
The Influence of Stressful Life Events of College Students on Subjective Well-Being: The Mediation Effect of the Operational Effectiveness  [PDF]
Linping Hou, Yaozhong Liu
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.46008
Abstract: In this study, we adopted three questionnaires to collect the data of stressful life events, operational effectiveness and subjective well-being of college students. Using SPSS 16.0 and AMOS software, we analysed the relation between stressful life events, operational effectiveness and subjective well-being. It turned out that a) subjective well-being decreases when stressful life events increases, subjective well-being increases when operational effectiveness increases; b) there are four paths through which stressful life events influences subjective well-being: stressful life events have a direct negative effect on subjective well-being; stressful life events affect subjective well- being through confidence; stressful life events affect subjective well-being through cognitive level and degree of confidence; stressful life events affect subjective well-being through confidence and competence.
The Source of the Cadet Negative Emotions and Countermeasures  [PDF]
Yaozhong Liu, Xiaofang Liu
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.48003
Abstract: Because of more complex environment and the heavy study and training tasks, the cadets are more vulnerable to the attack of negative emotions that affect their psychological health. It is vitally significant to focus attention on the negative emotions and cadets active coping measures, which are proposed to improve the mental health. In this paper, the cadets’ negative emotions system research, analyses of the cadet negative energy source and the corresponding countermeasures are put forward.
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