Abstracts on Work-Family Issues

Among numerous occupational stress and health topics, the following abstracts are from presentations at the 2011 Work Stress and Health Conference that addressed work-family and aging & work issues.

Work–Family Conflict and Depressive Symptoms Among Japanese Workers (Poster)

  • Noboru Iwata, PhD, Department of Clinical
    Psychology, Hiroshima International University,
    Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan

Work–Family Balance Initiatives in a Sample of Puerto Rican Organizations (Poster)

  • Marilis Cuevas-Torres, MA, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan , PR

Work–Family Conflict: Risk Factors and Models (Paper Panel Session)

Conference 3/4/5/6

  • Chair: Nancy L. Marshall, EdD, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
    Paper 1 Expanding the Conservation of Resource Theory to the Multiple-Role Context: Work–Family Conflict as a Mediator
  • Rosalind C. Barnett, PhD, Brandeis University, Waltham , MA
    Paper 2 Work–Family Related Risk Factors for Major Depression
  • Haiou Yang, PhD, UCI Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, Irvine, CA
    Paper 3 The Relationship Between Work–Family Conflict, Social Support, and Performance Among Health Care Managers
  • Mary K. Hunt, MBA, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL
    Paper 4 A Novel Approach to Conceptualizing and Measuring Life-Balance
  • Kennon M. Sheldon, PhD, University of Missouri, Columbia , MO
    Paper 5 Coping With Work–Family Conflict, Cognitive Dissonance, and Job-Related Outcomes
  • Angela L. Bruch, PhD, Capella University, Minneapolis , MN

Work Environment and Work–Family Outcomes (Paper Panel Session)

Conference 3/4/5/6

  • Chair: Jeannie A.S. Nigam, MS, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH
    Paper 1 Work–Life Flexibility Versus Support: Theoretical and Empirical Distinctions for Employee Outcomes
  • Matthew Grawitch, PhD, Saint Louis University, St. Louis , MO
    Paper 2 Does Permanent Impairment From a Workplace Injury Increase the Risk of Marital Break-Up?
  • Emile Tompa, PhD, Institute for Work & Health, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Paper 3 Relationship of Work Injury Severity to Family Member Hospitalization
  • Abay Asfaw, PhD, NIOSH, Washington, DC
    Paper 4 Gender Differences in Work Organization Predictors of Work–Family Conflict
  • Jeannie A.S. Nigam, MS, NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH
    Paper 5 Maternity Leave Arrangements and Working Mothers’ Well-Being
    Nancy L. Marshall, EdD, Wellesley College, Wellesley , MA

Risk and Protective Factors in Army Spouses’ Crossover Work–Family Conflict (Paper Presentation)

  • Julie C. Clark, MS, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Silver Spring, MD

Effects of Unique Occupational Stressors and Family–Work Conflict on Mental Health of Military Women (Paper Presentation)

  • Penny F. Pierce, PhD, University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, Ann Arbor, MI

New Issues in Work–Family Conflict Research (Paper Panel Session)

Conference 3/4/5/6

  • Chair: Tammy D. Allen, PhD, University of South Florida, Tampa , FL
    Paper 1 A Cross-National View of Personal Responsibility for Work–Life Balance
  • Tammy D. Allen, PhD, University of South Florida , Tampa, FL
    Paper 2 Does Work–Family Guilt Mediate Relationships Between Work–Family Conflict and Outcome Variables?
  • Karen Korabik, PhD, University of Guelph, Guelph , Ontario, Canada
    Paper 3 Social Support and Coping Among Same-Career Employees: Merging Transaction Stress and Conservation of Resources Models
  • Jonathon Halbesleben, PhD, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI
    Paper 4 Work–Life Conflict Among Australian Muslim Men and Women in South-East Queensland
  • Adem Sav, PhD candidate, Griffith University, Logan Campus, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Stress From Telephone Operator’s Point of View. The Work and the Family as Primary Causality (Paper Presentation)

  • Josefina Ramírez-Velazquez, PhD, ENAH-INAH, México, D.F., Mexico

Operationalizing the Antecedents of Work–Family Conflict: A Longitudinal Study (Paper Presentation)

  • Kristi L. Zimmerman, PhD, Portland State University, Portland, OR

The Role of Informal Support in the Use of Formal Work–Family Support and Work–Family Outcomes (Paper Presentation)

  • Cari L.Colton, PhD, Portland State University, Portland , OR

Organizational Resources as Predictors of Work–Family Conflict, Work–Family Enhancement, and Organizational Well-Being (Paper Presentation)

  • Heather N. Odle-Dusseau, PhD, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA

Is Work–Family Conflict a Safety Hazard? (Paper Presentation)

  • Leslie B. Hammer, PhD, Portland State University, Portland , OR

Who Experiences Work–Family Conflict? An International Interdisciplinary Perspective on WFC (Symposium)

Conference 3/4/5/6

  • Chair: Ayala M. Pines, PhD, Ben-Gurion University, Beer- Sheva , Israel
    Paper 1 The Crossover of Work–Family Conflict Between Spouses
  • Mina Westman, PhD, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel
    Paper 2 A 24-Counties Analysis of Work–Family Conflict
  • Agnes Utasi, PhD, University of Szeged, Budapest, Hungary
    Paper 3 Career and Couple Burnout and Work–Family Conflict
  • Renato Nunes, PhD, Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Central, Lisbon, Portugal
    Paper 4 Work–Family Conflict in “Sandwiched Generation Couples”
  • Ayala M. Pines, PhD, Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva , Israel
    Paper 5 Fluctuations in the Experience of Burnout and Engagement During the Various Stages of Business Trips
  • Shoshi Chen, PhD, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel

Work and Family Issues (Luncheon Tutorial)

Flamingo C/D

  • Leslie B. Hammer, PhD, Portland State University, Portland, OR

Interference of Work in Family Life and Presentism: Exploratory Study on Workers From the Service and Manufacturing Industries (Paper Presentation)

  • Aldo R. Vera, MBA, University of Chile and Cientific and Technological Fundation ACHS, Santiago , Reg. Metropolitana, Chile

Crossover of Workaholism Among Dual-Earner Couples: Impact on Work–Family Balance and Psychological Distress (Paper Presentation)

  • Akihito Shimazu, PhD, University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan

Work and Family (Poster Topic Grouping)

  • B1 Using Structuration and Gender Theories to Understand Work–Family Management Strategies Used by Women Entrepreneurs
  • April J. Spivack, MBA, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
    B2 Measuring Mothers’ Second Shift: Dominance Analysis of Key Indicators
  • Alicia G. Dugan, MA, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
    B3 Understanding the Full Cost of Work Procrastination
  • Michael D. Tuller, BS, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
    B4 Caring for the Caregivers: The Health and Well-Being of Parents With Special Needs Children
  • Arla L. Day, PhD, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia , Canada
    B5 Work Travelers: Accounting for Job Satisfaction by Perceptions of Travel and Family Factors
  • Anisa Zvonkovic, PhD, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
    B6 Work–Family Relationships and Health in Working Women
  • Lya Feldman, PhD, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas, Miranda , Venezuela
    B7 Work–Life Balance for Parents With Low Incomes
  • Shannon L. Wagner, PhD, University of Northern British Columbia , Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
    B8 Parenting a Child With Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Parental Stress, Mental Health, and Work Outcomes
  • Shannon L. Wagner, PhD, University of Northern British Columbia , Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
    B9 A Resource-Based Perspective on Work–Family Balance and Religion Among a Sample of Hindus
  • Christopher J.L. Cunningham, PhD, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN
    B10 Can Women Have It All? A Snapshot of Stress, Coping, and Health in Multiple-Role Women
  • Bernadette Gatien, MSc, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax , Nova Scotia, Canada
    B11 Work and Family Interaction: What About Men?
  • Joyce González-Domínguez, PhD, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, PR
    B12 Work–Family Balance and Type A Personality
  • Evan Weinberger, BA, University of Houston, Houston, TX
    B13 Academic Dads Balance From the Sidelines Waiting to Get in the Game
  • Michele L. Vancour, PhD, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT
    B14 Juggling Jobs and Jungle Gyms: Will Part-Time Work or Working From Home Relieve Stress?
  • Stacey E. Dankner, MA, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University, Bronx, NY
    B15 Perceived Organizational Support for Family Friendliness and Work Attitudes
  • Lauren V. Blackwell, ABD, University of Oklahoma, Norman , OK
    B16 The Internet as a Blessing and a Curse: Online Domain Crossing Health and Well-Being
  • Carrie A. Bulger, PhD, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT
    B17 Relationships Between Satisfaction With Work–Life Benefits and Work/Personal Life Interference and Enhancement
  • Carrie A. Bulger, PhD, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT
    B18 A Cross-Cultural Comparison of the Work–Family Interface and Organizational Commitment
  • Altovise Rogers, MS, University of Houston, Houston, TX
    B19 Changing Social Identities: Limits to the Health Benefits of Multiple Roles?
  • Catherine Loughlin, PhD, St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia , Canada
    B20 Person–Environment Fit and Work–Life Balance: An Application of One P-E Fit Model to Balance
  • Katrina R. Humphrys, Bpsych, Griffith University, Brisbane , Queensland, Australia
    B21 Caregiving Burden Predicts Problematic Drinking in an Employed Community Sample
  • Lisa M. Minich, MA, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago , IL

Do Daily Demands Always Hinder Work–Family Balance and Well-Being? The Role of Resources as Recovery Promoters (Paper Presentation)

  • Ana Isabel Sanz Vergel, MA, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid , Madrid, Spain

Work–Family Interface as Predictor of Work Engagement and the Moderating Role of Savoring (Paper Presentation)

  • M. Gloria González-Morales, • PhD, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

Burnout and Work–Family Issues (Paper Panel Session)

[Translation: English to Spanish]

  • Chair: Joseph G. Grzywacz, PhD, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC
    Paper 1 Exploring the Relationship Between Sex and Burnout: A Mediated Moderation Model
  • Christina Rubino, MA, University of Houston, Houston , TX
    Paper 2 Positive Perception, Stress and Burnout of “Sandwiched Generation” Couples
  • Tamar Icekson, PhD candidate., Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel
    Paper 3 The Effects of Gender Diversity, Internal Service, and Work–Life Flexibility on Workgroup Emotional Exhaustion
  • Christina Rubino, MA, University of Houston, Houston , TX

Job Strain and Work–Family Spillover Are Risk Factors for Hypertension (Paper Presentation)

  • Peter L. Schnall, MD, MPH, University of California , Irvine, CA

Stress, Sleep and Family Conflicts: Vital Discussions for a Healthy Life (Paper Presentation)

  • Carmen L.P. Silveira, Pos-Doc, INIPLI - Centro Universitário Plínio Leite, Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The Influence of LMX on Stress and Work–Family Outcomes: Implications and Recommendations for Leader Development (Paper Presentation)

  • Debra A. Major, PhD, Old Dominion University, Norfolk , VA

Recovery Experiences in the Context of Work–Family Interaction: Searching Evidence for the Moderator Role (Paper Presentation)

  • Ulla Kinnunen, PhD, University of Tampere, Tampere , Finland