His primary research interests revolve around the dynamics between work-family domains and the role of personality and individual differences in the workplace. His secondary interests include the psychological and contextual processes underlying organizational deviance and workplace aggression.

Auburn's Work-Life and Organizational Effectiveness (WLOE) Lab investigates work-life dynamics to improve the functioning of organizations and employees.

Current Projects:

  • Enrichment Scale Development and Validation 
  • Boundary Management Scale Development and Validation
  • Flexibility and Health Meta-Analysis 
  • Workaholism and Work-Family Conflict

Research interests: work-family dynamics; personality and individual differences; scale development and validation

Consulting: scale development and validation; methods and statistics; work-family and workplace flexibility

Human Resource Management, Psychology
PhD, Wayne State University, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2007
MA, Wayne State University, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2006
BA, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Psychology and Sociology, 2002