Assistant Professor, Department of Management and International Business
I think the most exciting thing about teaching is when I see my students get it.
Hock-Peng Sin has joined the Department of Management and International Business as an assistant professor.
He has a number of refereed journal articles. Among them are two co-authored ones: “Longitudinal tests of an integrative model of leader development: charting and understanding developmental trajectories” in The Leadership Quarterly, and “What about the leader in leader-member exchange? The impact of resource exchanges and substitutability on the leader” in Academy of Management Review.
Dr. Sin’s most recent presentations have been “Measuring leader-member exchange (LMX): evidence for consensus and construct breadth” at the Academy of Management, San Antonio, Texas; “LMX-performance relationship: examining the casual order via meta-analysis,” at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, Illinois; and “Evaluating dynamic performance: a field replication and extension” at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Atlanta, Georgia.
He earned a PhD and a Master of Science in industrial and organizational psychology from the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, and both a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from National University of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore.