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Dr David Cheng

Research School of Management

Position: Senior Lecturer
Email: david.cheng@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 57375
Office: Room 1046, PAP Moran Bld (26B)

Dr David Cheng

Publications

  • Cheng, D., Amarnani, R., Le, T., Restubog, S. L. D. (in press). Laughter Is (Powerful) Medicine: The Effects of Humor Exposure on the Well-Being of Victims of Aggression. Journal of Business and Psychology (ABDC Ranking: A, Impact Factor = 2.694)
  • Chih,Y.Y, Kiazad, K., Cheng, D., Ehsan, E., Restubog. S., (In press). Are happy workers more productive? The role of leader-member exchange quality in predicting construction worker performance. Journal of Construction and Engineering Management (ABDC Ranking A* Impact Factor = 1.735) 
  • Chih. Y.Y , Kiazad. K., Cheng. D., Lajom. J., Restubog. S., (2017). 'Feeling positive and productive: The role of supervisor-worker relationship in predicting construction workers' performance in the Philippines.' ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management. (ABDC journal ranking: A*; Impact Factor=1.735).
  • Chan-Serafin. S, Minbashian. A, Teo. L, Cheng. D., Wang. L. (2017) 'The perils of dating your boss: The role of hierarchical workplace romance and sex on evaluators' career advancement decisions for lower status romance participants', Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Vol 34, pp. 309-333. (ERA Ranking = B, Impact Factor=1.826) 
  • Chih, Y.Y., Kiazad, K., Cheng, D., Capezio, A., Restubog, S.L.D (In press). “Does organizational fairness matter? Implications for construction workers’ organizational commitment.” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering (ERA journal ranking: A*; Impact Factor=2.011)
  • Cheng, D., & Wang, L., 2015, 'Examining the energizing effects of humor: The influence of humor on persistence behavior', Journal of Business and Psychology, vol. 30, pp. 759-772. (ABDC Ranking: A, Impact Factor = 2.694)
  • Shao, B., Wang, L., Cheng, D., & Doucet, L. 2015. Anger suppression in negotiations: The roles of attentional focus and anger source. Journal of Business and Psychology. vol 30, pp. 747-758 (ABDC Ranking: A, Impact Factor = 2.694)
  • Restubog, S. L. D., Garcia, P. R. J. M, Wang, L., & Cheng, D. (2010) It’s all about control: The role of self-control in buffering the effects of negative reciprocity beliefs and trait anger on workplace deviance. Journal of Research in Personality, vol 44, pp. 655-660 (ABDC Ranking: A, Impact Factor = 2.011)

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