Dr. Andrew Yu’s research focuses on understanding the interpersonal processes that facilitate effective collaborations in organisations. His past and present work has covered topics including diversity, family supportive supervision, gender, group and team dynamics, leadership, social hierarchy, psychological power and status, work relationships, and wearable sensor technologies.
Dr. Yu has conducted research funded by United States National Science Foundation to study scientific collaborations in the field of high particle physics and the Office of Naval Research to study gender integration in military units. His research has been published in top-tier applied psychology, management, and human resource journals, including Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Resource Management Review, Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, and Organizational Research Methods. He received his Ph.D. in Organisational Behavior and Human Resource Management from the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management at Michigan State University and his M.A. in Economics from California State University, Fullerton. Dr. Yu teaches courses in managerial psychology, leadership and team dynamics, organisational behaviour, and human resource management.
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Wearable Bluetooth sensors for capturing relational variables and temporal variability in ..
Is leader-member exchange (LMX) differentiation beneficial or detrimental for group effect..
Token Female Voice Enactment in Traditionally Male-Dominated Teams: Facilitating Condition..
Displaying the 12 most recent scholarly works by Andrew Yu.
Token Female Voice Enactment in Traditionally Male-Dominated Teams: Facilitating Conditions and Consequences for Performance
Crystal Farh, Jo Oh, John Hollenbeck, Andrew Yu, Stephanie Lee, Danielle King
Journal article | 2020 | Academy of Management Journal
When is a token female's voice incorporated into the actions of a traditionally male-dominated team and to what ends? Drawing from..
Development of a bipartite measure of social hierarchy: The perceived power and perceived status scales
A Yu, NA Hays, EY Zhao
Journal article | 2019 | Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
Recent advances in social hierarchy research highlight that power and status are two prevalent but distinct bases of hierarchy. Ho..
Wearable Bluetooth sensors for capturing relational variables and temporal variability in relationships: A construct validation study
JG Matusik, R Heidl, JR Hollenbeck, A Yu, HW Lee, M Howe
Journal article | 2019 | Journal of Applied Psychology
The advent of wearable sensor technologies has the potential to transform organizational research by offering the unprecedented op..
Nationality diversity and leader–member exchange at multiple levels of analysis
S Pichler, B Livingston, A Yu, A Varma, P Budhwar, A Shukla
Journal article | 2019 | Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal
Purpose: The diversity literature has yet to investigate relationships between diversity and leader–member exchanges (LMX) at mult..
Is leader-member exchange (LMX) differentiation beneficial or detrimental for group effectiveness? A meta-analytic investigation and theoretical integration
A Yu, FK Matta, B Cornfield
Journal article | 2018 | Academy of Management Journal
Despite the burgeoning number of studies that have examined leader-member exchange (LMX) differentiation, definitive conclusions r..
The impact of Simmelian informal boundary spanning bridges on leadership emergence
Ralph Heidl, Zhiya Guo, Andrew Yu, Michael Howe
Conference Proceedings | 2018 | Academy of Management Proceedings
Organizations have recognized that effective leadership emergence is a source of competitive advantage and have begun investing he..
When does virtuality help or hinder teams? Core team characteristics as contingency factors
JM Schaubroeck, A Yu
Journal article | 2017 | Human Resource Management Review
In this paper, we seek to encourage scholars to consider how reliance on technology-mediated communications can bring both promise..
The Promise and Perils of Wearable Sensors in Organizational Research
D Chaffin, R Heidl, JR Hollenbeck, M Howe, A Yu, C Voorhees, R Calantone
Journal article | 2017 | Organizational Research Methods
Rapid advances in mobile computing technology have the potential to revolutionize organizational research by facilitating new meth..
Unobtrusive Measures in Organizational Research: The Potential of Wearable Sensor Technology
Conference Proceedings | 2015 | Academy of Management Proceedings
The use of wearable sensor technology offers many potential benefits for organizational researchers. Wearable sensors can avoid th..
High performance work systems, cultures and gender demography
Shaun Pichler, Arup Varma, Andrew Yu, Gerard Beenen, Shahin Davoudpour
Journal article | 2014 | Employee Relations
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to develop and test hypotheses about the independent relationships between high-performance w..
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Management And Marketing
California State University - Fullerton
Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management
Michigan State University