1. Individual and group differences psychology;
2. Organizational citizenship behaviors;
3. leader-member relationships.
1. Excellent class teacher of Beijing University of Technology, 2019;
2. The third prize of the 12th teaching basic skills competition for young teachers of Beijing University of technology, 2019;
1. Qi Meng*, Armstrong Steven John (2019). The influence of cognitive style diversity on intra-group relationship conflict, individual-level organizational citizenship behaviors and the moderating role of leader-member exchange. International Journal of Conflict Management, 30(4), 490-513.
2. Qi Meng, Zhu Ruo Qian, Niu Xiong Ying*(2019). The Effect of Geographical and Information Faultline on Employees’ Organizational Citizenship Behaviors: Based on Taskwork Network Theory. Commercial Research, (3), 115-123.
3. Liu Yun Fei, Li Xin Wei, Niu Xiong Ying & Qi Meng*(2019) The influence of educational cognition of rural youth on career development. Western China, (2), 100-106.
4. Qi Meng, Song Meng*(2018). The impact of employees-group cognitive style congruence on employees’ organizational citizenship behaviors—the moderating role of emotional intelligence. Commercial Research, (12), 125-132.
5. Song Meng, Huang Zhong Jin, Hu He Yan, Qi Meng*(2018) Meaningful Work: Conceptualization, Measurement and Nomological Network. Human Resource Development of China, 35(9), 86-97.
6. Armstrong Steven John, Qi Meng (2016) A reassessment of the factor structure of the Allinson-Hayes Cognitive Style Index. Personality and Individual Differences, 101, 240-242.
Research funding awarded (2016-2019)
1. The effect of knowledge faultline on PE investment decision making: Based on taskwork network theory, Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2019.01- 2021.12.
2. The research on academic achievements of scientific research groups in Beijing universities: Based on group faultlines, Supported by the Beijing Office For Education Sciences, 2019.01- 2021.12.
3. The research on research quality evaluation of discipline groups in Beijing universities and its promotion strategies based on group faultlines, Supported by the Beijing Municipal Education Commission, 2019.01- 2021.12.
4. The influence of cognitive style diversity on group organizational citizenship behavior: A multilevel study, Supported by the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, 2017.05-2019.04.
5. Entrepreneurial team composition and decision-making: A study of the influence mechanism and boundary conditions from the perspective of cognitive style differences, Supported by the Humanities and Social Sciences Foundation of Beijing University of Technology, 2017.12- 2019.09.
Qi Meng is an associate professor and master studnet supervisor in field of Business Administration at the Beijing University of Technology. He also serves as the international youth supervisor of Beijing University of Technology. His research interests lie in the field of individual and group differences psychology and person-environment fit. He has presided one National Natural Science Foundation of China project, two projects supported by provincial projects, and one postdoctoral project. He has published more than ten SSCI papers and Chinese papers.