Vivien Shan

Dr Vivien Shan Wen

Lecturer, Human Resource Management Programme

S R Nathan School of Human Development

Tel: +65 6240 0220

Email: dml2aWVuc3dAc3Vzcy5lZHUuc2c=

Educational Qualifications

  • 2017

    Ph.D. in Organizational Behaviour, Nanyang Technological University

  • 2011

    M.S. in Applied Psychology, Beijing Normal University

  • 2008

    B.S. in Psychology, Beijing Normal University

Academic and Professional Experience

  • 2019 - Present

    Lecturer, S R Nathan School of Human Development, Singapore University of Social Sciences

  • 2011 - 2017

    Teaching Assistant, Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University

Shan, W., Keller, J., Joseph, D. (2019)
Are men better negotiators everywhere? A meta-analysis of how gender differences in negotiation performance vary across cultures. Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Shan, W., Keller, J., Imai, L. (2016)
What’s a masculine negotiator? What’s a feminine negotiator? It depends on the cultural and situational context. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 9(1), 22-43.

Shan, W., Keller, J., Imai, L. (2016, Summer)
What’s a masculine negotiator? What’s a feminine negotiator? It depends on the cultural and situational context. Invited by Editor of Research Insights, Dispute Resolution Magazine by American Bar Association, 22(4), 30.

Liu, X., Shan, W., (joint First Authors) & Jin, S. (2015)
Civilised Behavior: A Chinese Indigenous Intergroup Perception Dimension. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 9(2), 108-119.

Shan, W. & Jin, S. (2013)
Evolutionary and cultural psychological perspectives of risk taking. In Assailly Jean-Pascal (Ed.), Psychology of Risk Taking. New York: NOVA Science Publishers.

Shan, W. et al. (2012)
Mating strategies in Chinese culture: female risk avoiding vs. male risk taking. Evolution and Human Behavior, 33(3), 182-192.

Jin. S., Shan, W. (corresponding author) et al. (2011)
The values orientation of the people living in a backcountry and its influencing factors. Youth Studies, 3, 1-10.

Jin. S., Shan, W., & Zhang, H. (2010)
Stereotype and attribution. In S. H. Jin (Ed.), Social Psychology (2nd ed., pp. 140-161). Beijing: Higher Education Press.

Jin. S., Shan, W., & Zhang, Q. (2010)
Interpersonal relation. In S. H. Jin (Ed.), Social Psychology (2nd ed., pp. 270-297). Beijing: Higher Education Press.

Shan, W., Jin. S., Zhang, W., & Sheng, R. (2010)
Risk taking of males and females from the perspective of evolutionary psychology. Advances in Psychological Science, 18, 1828–1838.

Zhu, Z., Xu, Y., Shan, W., & Zhang, H. (2008)
Effect of the identity of targets in suicide reports on the attitudes of college students toward suicide. China Journal of Health Psychology, 3, 299-301.

Zhang, X., Zhou, R., Yang, B., Shan, W., & Xu, Q. (2008)
An ergonomic study of the efficiency of the mobile shortcuts and page-turning keys in Chinese users. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, 1, 125-130.

Zhang, X., Shan, W., Xu, Q., & Yang, B. (2007)
An ergonomics study of menu-operation on mobile phone interface. Proceedings of Workshop on Intelligent Information Technology Application, 12, 247-251.

  • 2017 - Present
    Journal Reviewer of Journal of International Management

  • 2016 - Present
    Journal Reviewer of Negotiation and Conflict Management Research

  • 2015 - Present
    Reviewer and Member of International Association for Chinese Management Research
    Conference

  • 2014 - Present
    Reviewer and Member of Annual Meeting of Academy of Management

  • 2014 - Present
    Reviewer and Member of Annual Conference of International Association of Conflict
    Management
  • 2015 - 2017
    Project Officer, Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University

  • 2009 - 2010
    Adjunct HRM Consultant, China Railway No.2 Engineering Group Co., Ltd

  • 2006 - 2009
    Management Consultant, Beijing Zhong Wei Heng Da Technology Development Co.,
    Ltd

  • 2006
    Data Analyst, R&D Team, Jing Shi De Ming Education & Technology Co., Ltd
  • Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
  • Impact of Culture on Organizational Behavior, Negotiation, and Leadership
  • Negotiation Strategy, Process, Motivation, Perception, and Performance
  • Applied Solutions to Group Inequality in Different Cultures and Organizational Settings
  • Gender Differences and Selections in Organizations and Conflict Management
  • Applied Big Data Analytics in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
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