Her research predominantly focuses on Occupational Health Psychology, with an emphasis on occupational stress and safety. With respect to occupational stress, she is interested in occupation-specific stressors in high-risk industries. Additionally, she investigates the influence of coping and recovery strategies that employees utilize to effectively deal with work-related stressors. With regards to occupational safety, her research examines the role of individual and organizational factors on employee safety behaviors and accidents and injuries in the workplace. Her secondary research interests include examining theimpact of individual and contextual factors on careless responding.

Research interests: Occupational stress and safety; coping and recovery; careless responding in surveys

Consulting: Occupational stressors in the workplace; on-job and off-job recovery strategies; survey development and validation; research methods; statistics

PhD, Old Dominion University, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, 2016
MS, Illinois Institute of Technology, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, 2011
BA, Northeastern Illinois University, Psychology, 2008
BA, University of Delhi, India, English, 2005