Chanki Moon

Chanki Moon
Leeds Beckett University | LEEDS MET · School of Social Science

Doctor of Philosophy

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Education
September 2013 - July 2017
University of Kent
Field of study
  • Department of Psychology
March 2010 - August 2012
Chonnam National University
Field of study
  • Department of Psychology
March 2004 - February 2010
Chonnam National University
Field of study
  • Psychology, Sociology

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Publications (20)
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There has been an abundance of research on narcissism in the workplace. However, most research has focused on the overt (grandiosity) form of narcissism, as well as the effect of narcissism on uncivil behaviors of employees; research focusing directly on the effect of covert (vulnerability) narcissism on the employees’ experience of workplace inciv...
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COVID-19 has been a source of fear around the world. We asked whether the measurement of this fear is trustworthy and comparable across countries. In particular, we explored the measurement invariance and cross-cultural replicability of the widely-used Fear of COVID-19 (the FCV-19S) scale, testing community samples from 48 countries (N = 14,558). T...
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Purpose: Workplace incivility is a common deviant behavior happening in organizational contexts, and it can have serious negative consequences such as decreasing employees’ organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) and increasing their turnover intentions. The present study tested the argument that emotional exhaustion and acceptability of workplac...
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Since late 2019, the coronavirus SARS-COV-2 responsible for the COVID-19 disease has continued to spread across different regions of the world. As a result, governments have been implementing measures for controlling the disease which rely on people's cooperation. In this research, we considered predictors and implications of people's beliefs that...
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Antecedents and influences of workplace incivility have recently been studied in many areas of research but there is still lack of consideration for the impact of culture. Theoretical considerations for the present research are based on the cultural dimensions of power distance and tightness/looseness because the collective levels of power distance...
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To examine the role of deviant status (lower vs. higher rank) and organizational structure (vertical vs. horizontal) on individuals’ responses to workplace deviance. Design/methodology/approach: Two studies (N = 472) were designed to examine the role of deviant status and organizational structure in responses to workplace deviance. Study 1 (N = 272...
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The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented health crisis. Many governments around the world have responded by implementing lockdown measures of various degrees of intensity. To be effective, these measures must rely on citizens’ cooperation. In the present study, we drew samples from the United States (N = 597), Italy (N = 606), and Sout...
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[Cite as]: Moon, C., & Lee, S. (2021). Narcissism and Anger: The Moderating Role of Social Exclusion and the Mediating Role of Hostile Attribution Bias Mechanism. Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences, 64(1), 53-72. [Abstract] The present research (N = 169) examined the relationship between narcissism and anger responses considering the modera...
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This study examined the moderating effect of social rejection on the relationship between vulnerability, which is one of the characteristics of pathological narcissism, and depression. Before the main experiment, five preliminary studies were conducted to make a new experimental paradigm, ‘first impression effect study with video’, to manipulate so...
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The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented health crisis. Many governments around the world have responded by implementing lockdown measures of different degrees of intensity. To be effective, such measures must rely on citizens’ compliance and collaboration. In the present study (N = 1896), we examined predictors of compliance with soci...
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We contend that an ecological account of violence and aggression requires consideration of societal and cultural settings. Focusing on hierarchical relations, we argue countries with higher (vs. lower) power distance are, on average, located closer to the equator, have more challenging climates (e.g., higher temperature; lower temperature variation...
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Hierarchical relationship is a very prominent feature of Korean society. We conducted three empirical investigations on this phenomenon from a social psychological perspective. Study 1 and 2 examined the politeness behaviour in writing a letter as affected by the status of interacting partner’s relative status (senior/equal/ junior in Study 1 and s...
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An implicit conversation rule among Koreans is that a person in an inferior position (younger age and/or lower social status) has to observe honorific when conversing with a superior partner to avoid challenging the status hierarchy. Three studies were conducted to test this relational stress of hierarchy. In the first study, 30 university students...

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There are three main research goals: to examine the (1) role of individual-level factors in adopting beliefs in just war ; (2) universality (vs. cultural specificity) of beliefs related to just war; and (3) macro-level factors moderating the concept of just war across national and religious backgrounds. To examine the concept of just war we use three-dimensional model of beliefs in just war: (1) just war – restricted view on reasons and means of war, as self-defensive and targeted only toward military goals; (2) utilitarian war – unrestricted view on war reasons, accepting war as a way of intergroup conflicts resolutions; (3) dirty war – unrestricted view on war means, accepting any means useful in defeating the enemy.
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This project examines the cultural underpinnings of individuals' engagement in political action across a variety of context, geographical areas and issues.
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Recently, WHO announced COVID-19 outbreak as pandemic. It has been getting more critical across the world. The main focus is the belief in a just world (BJW), which is the belief that people get what they deserve and deserve what they get (Lerner, 1980). Previous studies found that BJW related to well-being and healthy coping when facing negative life events. The aim of the project is to examine relationships between BJW, well-being and behaviour avoid transmitting disease to others. According to research ethics approval, the scope of this project is a survey research recruiting participants in Asia (e.g., Brunei, mainland China, Hong Kong S.A.R., India, Indonesia, Japan, Macau S.A.R., Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.) If you are in Asia, especially the sites I mentioned earlier in the examples and interested in research collaboration, please discuss further in details.