Research Group

Current Graduate Students

Alexandra Ha, PhD student LinkedIn
Anika Cloutier, PhD student LinkedIn 
Cindy Suurd Ralph, PhD student
Melissa Trivisonno, PhD student LinkedIn
Julie Weatherhead, PhD student LinkedIn

  

Former Graduate Students

Masters Students

Stacie Byrne LinkedIn
Jennifer Carson Marr Website
Inez Dekker
Heather Dezan LinkedIn
Cecilia Elving LinkedIn
Leanne Greenberg
Milena Guberinic LinkedIn
Kelsey (Tulloch) Hahn LinkedIn
Kristy Holmes LinkedIn
Rebecca Lys LinkedIn
Nick Turner Website
Erin Reid Website
Niro Sivanathan Website

Doctoral Students

Amy (Bergenwall) Akers 
The influence of leadership and extreme contexts on physical and psychological outcomes.

LinkedIn     

Kara Arnold
Dirty work and well-being.

Website

Steve Bluen
Consequences and moderators of industrial relations stressors.

LinkedIn

Alyson Byrne
Three studies of counterintuitive effects of organizational status.

Website

Erica Carleton
Sleep well, work well: Three studies.

Website

Amy Christie
Status, relatively speaking: Extending the organizational focus on status and status inequality.

Website

Angela Dionisi
Vicarious exposure to male sexual harassment: Correlates, perceived motives and ethical evaluations, and behavioral responses.

Website

Kathryne Dupré
Beating up the boss: The prediction and prevention of interpersonal aggression targeting workplace supervisors.

Website

Clive Fullagar
Causes, correlates, and outcomes of union commitment.

Website

Sally Ann Grant
Linking unemployment and marital functioning: A meditational model.

C. Gail Hepburn
Voting and abstaining from voting in union representation elections.

LinkedIn

Sandy Hershcovis
The prediction and consequences of workplace aggression: A meta-analytic approach.

Website

Susan Higginbottom
Linking the quality of the retirement experience to marital satisfaction: A meditational model.

LinkedIn

Colette Hoption
Toward a relational and dynamic perspective of leadership.

Website

Michelle Inness
The person and the situation: Predicting well-being outcomes at work.

Website

Kevin Kelloway
Members’ participation in local union activities: Measurement, prediction and replication.

LinkedIn

I. P. Kryl
Causal modeling of predictors and outcomes of trade union participation.

Manon LeBlanc
The effects of partner aggression on women’s work.

Catherine A. Loughlin
Toward a model of healthy work for full-time, part-time and contract employment.

Website

Karyl E. MacEwan
A social learning approach to refining the link between family of origin aggression and current relationship aggression.

Morie Mendelson
The nature of high involvement work systems: A test of competing models.

Website

Jennifer Robertson
Greening organizations: The roles of leadership and organizational citizenship behaviors.

Website

Wendy E. Stewart
Fathers’ work experiences and their children’s social behaviors and school competencies.

Barry Wright
An empirical examination of the outcome effects of downsizing on decision makers.

LinkedIn

Anthea Zacharatos
An organization and employee level investigation of the relationship between high performance work systems and workplace safety.

LinkedIn