Fascinated by complicated interpersonal interactions in today's dynamic workplace as well as how sparks for change emerge from them, I conduct research on how to develop, inspire, and connect people for innovative endeavors at work. My research primarily focuses on creativity, social cognition, workplace relationships, and deviance.
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Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017 - 2022 (Expected)
Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior
Minor in Research Methods
Renmin University of China, 2013 - 2017
B.B.A. in Human Resource Management
Journal Publications/Manuscripts Under Review
Swider, B. W., Harris, T. B., & Gong, Q. (in press). First impression effects in organizational psychology. Journal of Applied Psychology.
Guan, Y., Wang, Z., Gong, Q., Cai, Z., Xu, S. L., Xiang, Q., ... & Tian, L. (2018). Parents’ career values, adaptability, career-specific parenting behaviors, and undergraduates’ career adaptability. The Counseling Psychologist, 46(7), 922-946.
Guan, Y., Dai, X., Gong, Q., Deng, Y., Hou, Y., Dong, Z., ... & Lai, X. (2017). Understanding the trait basis of career adaptability: A two-wave mediation analysis among Chinese university students. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 101, 32-42.
Gong, Q., Liu, D., Chen, X. P., & Chen, G. [Passion and creativity]. Manuscript under 2nd round review at Journal of Management Studies.
Honors and Awards
Georgia Tech CIBER Doctoral Research Award, 2020
Outstanding Graduate of Beijing, 2017
National Endeavour Scholarship, 2014-2017
Santander Scholarship for Exchange Students, The University of Warwick, 2015