Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Dr Naina Gupta

Senior Lecturer, College of Business (Nanyang Business School) - Division of Leadership, Management & Organisation

Dr Naina Gupta

Prof Gupta is currently in the School of Business since 2006. She received her Bachelor degree from Loreto College, Kolkatta, India and her Master and PhD degree from XLRI, Jamshedpur, India and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA respectively. Her research interests include shared cognition in teams as well as antecedents and consequences of individual behaviors within teams She has published in Management Science.
Research Interests
Prof Gupta's areas of expertise are shared cognition in teams and individual behaviors within teams. Her current research focuses on the influence of knowledge distribution structures on team outcomes, impression formation in teams, and deviant behaviors in teams and organizations.
Current Projects
  • On-going Coordination in Virtual Temas: Effects on Cognitive and Affective Processes
  • The Role of Transactive Memory Change and Ongoing-Coordination Mechanisms on Team Performance
Selected Publications
  • Naina Gupta, Violet Ho, Jeffrey M. Pollack and Lei Lai. (2016). A multilevel perspective of interpersonal trust: Individual, dyadic, and cross-level predictors of performance. Journal of Organizational Behavior, DOI:10.1002(/job.2104).
  • Ho V.T & Gupta N. (2012). "Retaliating Against Customer Interpersonal Injustice in a Singaporean Context: Moderating Roles of Self-Efficacy and Social Support". Applied Psychology, doi: 10.1111, j.1464-0597.2012.00529.x.
  • Ho, V.T. & Gupta, N. (2012). Testing an empathy model of guest-directed citizenship and counterproductive behaviours in the hospitality industry: Findings from three hotels. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 85(3), 433-453.
  • Gupta, N. (2012). Team Responses to Non-contributing Members: Effects of Attribution and Knowledge Overlap. Group Dynamics, 16(3), 172-188.
  • Gupta, N. & Hollingshead, A.B. (2010). Differentiated versus integrated transactive memory effectiveness: It depends on the task. Group Dynamics, 14(4), 384-398.

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