Psychology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Lois E Tetrick

Lois E Tetrick

Lois E Tetrick

University Professor

Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Occupational health psychology including stress, work-family, and safety; the employee-organization relationship including psychological contracts, social exchange theory, and the norm of reciprocity; organizational climate and culture; innovation and creativity; positive aging and retirement transitions; cross-cultural aspects of industrial organizational psychology.

Dr. Tetrick is a fellow of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, the American Psychological Association (APA), the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) and the Association for Psychological Science (APS). She has served as President of SIOP, the Chair of the Human Resources Division of the Academy of Management and has represented SIOP on the American Psychological Association (APA) Council of Representatives and the APA Board of Scientific Affairs. She is a former Editor of the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology and a former Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Psychology. Dr. Tetrick serves on the editorial boards of Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Managerial Psychology, Journal of Applied Psychology andManagement and Organization Review. Dr. Tetrick has edited several  books including The employment relationship: Examining psychological and contextual perspectives with Jackie Coyle-Shapiro, Lynn Shore, and Susan Taylor; The Employee-Organization Relations: Applications for the 21st Century with Lynn Shore and Jackie Coyle-Shapiro; the Handbook of Occupational Health Psychology (1st and 2nd editions) with James C. Quick; Health and Safety in Organizations with David Hofmann; and Research Methods in Occupational Health Psychology: Measurement, Design and Data Analysis with Bob Sinclair and Mo Wang.In addition, she has published numerous chapters and journal articles on topics related to her research interests in occupational health and safety, occupational stress, the work-family interface, psychological contracts, social exchange theory and reciprocity, organizational commitment, and organizational change and development. A common underlying interest in all of her research and teaching is incorporating a global perspective in understanding employees’ experiences of the work environment.

Dissertations Supervised

Jordan Robbins, Toward an Integrative Model of Organizational Commitment and Identity: An Empirical Examination of a Model Linking These Constructs (2011)

Luke Brooks-Shesler, The Role of Social Exchange Relationships in Facilitating Individual Innovative Performance (2012)

Laura Wheeler Poms, Presenteeism: the Dark Side of Employee Attendance (2012)

Phillip Lawrence Gilmore, Toward a Stronger Motivational Theory of Innovative Performance (2013)

Clifford Haimann, The Effects of Safety on Job Applicants (2014)

Qikun Niu, Exploring the Nomological Net of Micro-Breaks from a Cross-Level Perspective (2016)