Iwin on Research

peer-reviewed articles

Below, please find recently published articles by member's of iwin's research team. Please click on an article's title to access its abstract. If you have questions about any of the articles below, please contact their respective authors: Jennifer Swanberg at jswanberg@uky.edu, and Meredith Wells-Lepley at meredith.lepley@uky.edu

recently published articles by iwin staff

Swanberg, J. E., McKechnie, S. P., Ojha, M. U., James, J. B. (2011) Schedule control, supervisor support and work engagement: A winning combination for workers in hourly jobs? Journal of Vocational Behavior, 79(3), 613-624.

Simmons, L. & Swanberg, J. (2009) Psychosocial Work Environment and Depressive Symptoms among U.S. Workers: Comparing Working Poor and Working Non-Poor. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 44, 628635.

Secret, M., & Swanberg, J. (2008). Work-Family Insight of Municipal Government Employees. Public Personnel Management, 37(2) 199-222.

Swanberg, J. & Simmons, L. (2008). Quality Jobs in the New Millennium: Incorporating Flexible Work Options as a Strategy to Assist Working Families. Social Service Review, 82(1), 119-147.

Swanberg, J., James, J., Werner, M., & McKechnie, S. (2008). Workplace flexibility for hourly lower-wage employees: A strategic business practice within one national retail firm. The Psychologist Manger Journal, 11(1), 5-29.

Perrucci, R., MacDermid, S., King, E., Tang, C., Brimeyer, T., Ramadoss, K., Kiser, S., & Swanberg, J. (2007). The significance of shift work: Current status and future directions. Journal of Economic and Family Issues.

Swanberg, J. & Logan, TK (2007). Intimate partner violence, employment, and the workplace: An interdisciplinary perspective. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 22(3), 263-267.

Swanberg, J., Macke, C., & Logan, TK (2007). Working women making it work: Intimate partner violence, employment, and workplace support. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 22(3), 292-311.

Logan, TK, Shannon, L., Cole, J., & Swanberg, J. (2007). Partner stalking and implications for women's employment. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 22(3), 268-291.

Wells, M. M., Thelen, L., Ruark, J. (2007). Workspace personalization and organizational culture: Does your workspace reflect you or your company? Environment and Behavior, 39, 616-634.

Arrine, R. M., & Wells, M. (2006). Labradors to Persians: Perceptions of pets in the workplace. Anthrozoos, 19, 65-78.

Swanberg, J. (2006). Making it work: Informal caregiving, cancer, and employment. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 24(3), 1-18.

Swanberg, J., Kantazar, T., Mendiondo, M., & McCoskey, M. (2006). Caring for our elders: A contemporary conundrum for working people. Families in Society, 87(3), 417-426.

Swanberg, J., Logan, T., & Macke, C. (2006). The consequences of partner violence on employment and the workplace. In Kelloway, K., Barling, J. & Hurrell, J. (Eds.) Handbook of Workplace Violence (pp. 351-379). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

Swanberg, J., Pitt-Catsouphes, M., & Drescher-Burke, K. (2005). A question of justice: Disparities in employees' access to flexible schedule arrangements. Journal of Family Issues, 2(6), 866-895.

Swanberg, J., Logan, TK, & Macke, C. (2005). Intimate partner violence, employment, and the workplace: Consequences and future directions. Trauma, Violence & Abuse, 4(10), 1-26.

Swanberg, J. (2005). Job-family role strain among low-wage workers. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 26(1), 143-158

Swanberg, J. (2004). Illuminating gendered organization assumptions: An important step in creating a family-friendly organization. Community, Work & Family, 7(1), 3-26.

Wells, M., McGee, J. M., Bundy, M. B. (2003). A residence hall mural project: Assessing student satisfaction, preferences, and perceived benefits. Journal of College
and University Student Housing, 32
, 47-51.


Wells, M., & Thelen, L. (2002). What does your workspace say about you? The influence of personality, status, and workspace on personalization. Environment and
Behavior
, 34, 300-321.


Wells, M., & Perrine, R. (2001). Critters in the cube farm: Perceived psychological and organizational effects of pets in the workplace. Journal of Occupational Health
Psychology
, 6, 81-87.


Wells, M., & Perrine, R. (2001). Pets go to college: The influence of pets on students' perceptions of faculty and their offices. Anthrozoos, 14, 161-168.


McMahan, S,' Wells, M., Phillips, K., Stokols, D., Clitheroe, H.C., Jr. (2001). Assessing health promotion programming in small businesses. American Journal of Health Studies, 17, 120-128.

Stokols, D., McMahan, S., Clitheroe, H.C., Jr., & Wells, M. (2001). Enhancing corporate compliance with worksite safety and health legislation. Journal of Safety Research, 32, 441-463 .

Wells, M. (2000). Office clutter or meaningful personal displays: The role of office personalization in employee and organizational well-being. Journal of Environmental
Psychology
, 20, 239-255.


Wells, M., Stokols, D., McMahan, S., & Clitheroe, C. (1997). Evaluation of a worksite injury and illness prevention program: Do the effects of the REACH OUT Training Program reach the employees? Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 2, 25-34.

McMahan, S., Stokols, D., Wells, M., & Clitheroe, C. (1997). REACH OUT: A mnemonic technique used to enhance corporate compliance with California's injury and
illness prevention program. Professional Safety, 42, 43-45.