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Faculty

Jessica Carlson

Associate Professor of Psychology
Education:
B.A., Syracuse University
M.A., University of Connecticut
Ph.D., University of Connecticut
Office: CSP 167
796-2325
INTERESTS

Gender in the Workplace

-Assertiveness Backlash, Communication Stereotypes, Relational Practice

Work and Family Balance

- Flexible Scheduling: Who uses it and what are the effects?

PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

Carlson, J.H. & Seacat, J.D. (2014 ). Multiple Threat: Overweight/Obese Women in the Workplace . Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice ,7 , 482-487.

Carlson, J.H., & Crawford, M. (2012 , October ). Communication stereotypes and perceptions of managers . SAGE Open ,2 , 1-10. .

Carlson, J.H., & Crawford, M. (2011 ). Perceptions of relational practices in the workplace . Gender, Work and Organization ,18 , 359-376.

Currier, D.M., & Carlson, J.H. (2010 ). Creating attitudinal change through teaching: How a course on Women and Violence changes students attitudes about violence against women . Journal of Interpersonal Violence ,24 , 1735-1754.

Carlson, J.H., & Mellor, S. (2004 ). Gender-related effects in the job design-satisfaction relationship: An interactional approach . Sex Roles ,51 , 237-247.