Zang Zhi, Ph.D., Visiting Scholar, Associate Professor, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management


United States: 

Department of Psychology
591 Cramer Hall
Portland State University
1721 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97207-0751
Phone (503) 501-1670


School of Business
B409 Behavioral Decision Research Lab
Changsha City, Hunan Province


Dr. Zang Zhi is an assistant professor and graduate student mentor in the Department of Business Administration in Business School of Hunan University. He Received his B.S. in Psychology from Beijing Normal University, and Ph.D. in Industrial / Organizational Psychology from Zhejiang University. 


Dr. Zang is the director of behavioral decision-making lab of Business School of Hunan University. His research examines the behavioral decision-making of multiple involvers including selecting interviewer, sustainable consumer and entrepreneurial team-members. As such, he examines issues such as interviewer eye-track signals in stereotype effect emerging settings. In addition, Dr. Zang simulates team collaboration process to explore the relationship between cooperation process and adaption performance. He also examines issues associate with survival and growth of a list of entrepreneurs.

Dr. Zang’s work has been published in outlets such as journal of manpower, social behavior and personality: an international journal. He has served as associate editor at the social behavior and personality: an international journal, journal of central-and-south university. His research is supported by National Science Foundation of China, and China Scholarship Council.