- PhD Indiana University
Youngduk Lee received his PhD from Indiana University and is currently an assistant professor at the University of Hong Kong. His research interests include individual differences, counterproductive work behavior, organizational citizenship behavior, and personnel selection.
My research addresses the conceptualization of individual differences and job performance, and how strongly and why individual differences are related to job performance.
Park, H., Wiernik, B. M., Oh, I.-S., Gonzalez-Mulé, E.*, Ones, D. S.*, & Lee, Y.* (2020). Meta-Analytic Five-Factor Model Personality Intercorrelations: Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Moe, How, Which, Why, and Where to Go. Journal of Applied Psychology, 105(12), 1490–1529 (*Shared equally in second authorship)
Lee, Y., Berry, C. M., & Gonzalez-Mulé, E. (2019). The Importance of Being Humble: A Meta-Analysis and Incremental Validity Analysis of the Relationship between Honesty-Humility and Job Performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 104(12), 1535–1546.