My research interests focus on the interplay of employees' work and home lives, considering how events, behaviors, and characteristics of the workplace "spillover" to impact the daily health behaviors of employees (e.g., alcohol use, sleep). Most recently, I have begun exploring the impact that various compensation practices have on employee health, extending existing work that focuses predominately on performance outcomes.
PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Pennsylvania State University, USA
- M.S., Pennsylvania State University, USA – Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- B.A., The College of New Jersey, USA – Industrial/Organizational Psychology