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Yu Tse Heng

Ph.D. Student

Academic Department: Management & Organization

Area of Specialization: Management


I am a doctoral student in the Management and Organizations department with a focus on Organizational Behavior. Prior to joining the doctoral program at the Foster School of Business, I worked as the lab manager of the Industrial-Organizational Psychology Lab at the National University of Singapore.


B.Soc.Sc, National University of Singapore (2015)

Research Interests

In today’s world, organizations are often characterized as profit-driven, cut-throat, and lacking in the human touch. The broad goal of my research program is to uncover ways in which we can humanize our workplaces. My first stream of research integrates positive emotions such as compassion, forgiveness, and gratitude into the workplace. My second stream of research focuses on the relationship between work and human imperfections. Specifically, my research explores how cannabis consumption and work behaviors are interrelated.


Heng, Y. T., Wagner, D., Barnes, C. M., & Guarana, C. (2018). Archival research: Expanding the methodological toolkit in social psychology. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 78, 14-22.