Education and Career
- Michigan State University, Eli Broad College of Business
Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management (2017)
- University of Florida, Hough Graduate School of Management Master of Arts in International Business (2011)
- National Chengchi University
Bachelor of Arts in Public Finance, College of Social Sciences (2010)
Bachelor of Science in Accounting, College of Commerce (2010)
Prior professional positions:
- University of Georgia
Terry College of Business
Assistant Professor of Management (2020 – present)
- University of Massachusetts Amherst
Isenberg School of Management
Assistant Professor of Management (2017 – 2020)
Research, Expertise and Publications
Research Interests and Areas of Expertise:
- Organizational Citizenship Behaviors
- Ho, C., Lin, S.-H., & Wyer, R. S. The downside of purchasing a servant brand: The effect of servant brand consumption on consumer charitable behavior. (accepted). Psychology & Marketing.
- Connors, A., Matta, F. K., Lin, S.-H., Koopman, J., & Johnson, R. E. The dynamism of daily justice: A person-environment fit perspective on the situated value of justice. (accepted). Organization Science.
- Lin, S.-H., LeBlanc, A. C., Chang, C.-H., Lee, H. W., &, Johnson, R. E. Positive family events facilitate effective leader behaviors at work: A within-individual investigation of family-work enrichment. (in press). Journal of Applied Psychology.
- Liao, C., Lee, H. W., Johnson, R. E., & Lin, S.-H. Serving you depletes me? A leader-centric examination of servant leadership behaviors. (in press). Journal of Management.
- Chong, S., Kim, Y.-J., Lee, H. W., Johnson, R. E., & Lin, S.-H. Mind your own break: The interactive effect of workday respite activities and mindfulness on employee outcomes via affective linkages (2020).Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes,159, 64-77.
- Matta, F. K., Sabey, T., Scott, B. A., Lin, S.-H.., & Koopman, J. (2020). Not all fairness is created equal: A study of employee attributions of supervisor justice motives. Journal of Applied Psychology, 105, 274-293.
- Koopman, J., Lin, S.-H., Connors, A., Matta, F. K., & Johnson, R. E. (2020). My coworkers are treated more fairly than me! A self-regulatory perspective on justice social comparisons. Academy of Management Journal, 63, 857-880.
- Lin, S.-H., Scott, B. A. & Matta, F. K. (2019). The dark side of transformational leader behaviors for leaders themselves: A conservation of resources perspective. Academy of Management Journal, 62, 1556-1582.
- Lee, H. W., Bradburn, J., Johnson, R. E., Lin, S.-H., & Chang, C.-H. (2019). The benefits of receiving gratitude for helpers: A daily investigation of proactive and reactive helping at work. Journal of Applied Psychology, 104, 197-213.
- Rosen, C. C., Simon, L. S., Gajendran, R., Johnson, R. E., Lee, H. W., & Lin, S.-H. (2019). Boxed in by your inbox: Implications of daily email demands for managers’ leadership behaviors. Journal of Applied Psychology, 104, 19-33.
- Lin, S.-H., & Johnson, R. E. (2018). Opposing affective and cognitive effects of prevention focus counterproductive workplace behavior. Journal of Business and Psychology, 33, 283-296.
- Johnson, R. E., King, D. D., Lin, S.-H., Scott, B. A., Jackson Walker, E. M., & Wang, M. (2017). Regulatory focus trickle-down: How leader regulatory focus shapes follower regulatory focus and behavior. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 140, 29-45.
- Johnson, R. E., Lin, S.-H., Kark, R., Van Dijk, D, King, D. D., & Esformes, E. Consequences of regulatory fit for leader–follower relationship quality and commitment. (2017). Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 90, 379-406.
- Lin, S.-H., Ma, J., & Johnson, R. E. (2016). When ethical leader behaviors breaks bad: How ethical leader behavior can turn abusive via ego depletion and moral licensing. Journal of Applied Psychology, 101, 815-830.
- Johnson, R. E., Rosen, C. C., Chang, C.-H., & Lin, S.-H. (2016). Assessing the status of locus of control as an indicator of core self-evaluations. Personality and Individual Differences, 90, 155-162.
- Lin, S.-H., & Johnson, R. E. (2015). A suggestion to improve a day keeps your depletion away: Examining promotive and prohibitive voice behaviors within a regulatory focus and ego depletion framework. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 1381-1397.
- Johnson, R. E., Rosen, C. C., Chang, C.-H., & Lin, S.-H. (2015). Getting to the core of locus of control: Is it a core evaluation of the self or the environment? Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 1568-1578.
- Johnson, R. E., Lin, S.-H., & Lee, H. W. (2018). Self-control as the fuel for effective self-regulation at work: Antecedents, consequences, and boundary conditions of employee self-control. In A. J. Elliot (Ed.), Advances in Motivation Science, Vol. 5, (pp. 87-128). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
- Johnson, R. E., Muraven, M., Donaldson, T., & Lin, S.-H. (2018). Self-control in work organizations. In D. L. Ferris, R. E. Johnson, & C. Sedikides (Eds.), The self at work: Fundamental theory and research (pp.119-144). New York: Routledge.
- Johnson, R. E., Chang, C.-H., Kim, Y., Lin, S.-H. (2018). Employee self-concept and identity. In D. Ones, N. Anderson, C. Viswesvaran, & H. K. Sinangil (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Industrial, Work, & Organizational Psychology, Vol. 2, (pp.25-45). London: Sage.
Editorial Board Member, Journal of Applied Psychology, 2021 - present