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Candice L. Thomas, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Industrial-Organizational Psychology Program
Psychology


Courses Taught

Advanced Quantitative Research Methods, Occupational Health Psychology, Individual Differences, Training: Theory, Design, Evaluation

Education

Ph.D., University of Houston

M.A., Northern Arizona University

B.S., Northern Arizona University

Research Interests

Work-life balance, the health and workplace implication of the return to work process after childbirth, occupational health and safety, and healthcare management.

Publications and Media Placements

Thomas, C. L., Spitzmueller, C., Amspoker, A. B., Modi, V., Tran, T., Niak, A. N., Woodard, L., Auron, A., & Hysong, S.J.A. (In Press). Systematic Review of Instruments to Measure Coordination in Health Care. Journal of Healthcare Management.

 

Wang, Z., Zhang, J, Thomas, C. L., Yu, J., & Spitzmueller, C. (2017). Explaining benefits of employee proactive personality: The role of engagement, team proactivity composition and perceived organizational support. Journal of Vocational Behavior. doi:10.1016/j.jvb.2017.04.002

 

Hysong, S. J., Thomas, C. L., Spitzmueller, C., Amspoker, A. B., Woodward L., & Niak, A. A (2016). Linking clinician Interaction and coordination to clinical performance in Patient Aligned Care Teams. Implementation Science, 11(1), 1-10.

 

Thomas, C. L., & Spitzmueller, C. (2016). Job Sharing. In S. G. Rogleberg (Eds.), the SAGE Encyclopedia of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2ndEdition.

 

Trout, R., Thomas, C. L., Matthews, R. (2016). Childcare arrangements and their consequences for family, maternal and organizational well-being. In C. Spitzmueller & R. Mathews (Eds.), Research Perspectives on Work and the Transition to Motherhood. Springer International Publishing AG: Cham, Switzerland.

 

Zhang, J., Thomas, C. L., Dirr, B. A., & Spitzmueller, C. (2016). Global Maternity Benefits and their impact on Maternal and Child Well-Being. In C. Spitzmueller & R. Mathews (Eds.), Research Perspectives on Work and the Transition to Motherhood. Springer International Publishing AG; Cham, Switzerland.

 

Spitzmueller, C., Wang, Z., Zhang, J., Thomas, C. L., Matthews, R., Fisher, G. G., & Strathearn, L. (2015) Got Milk? Workplace factors related to breastfeeding among working mothers. Journal of Organizational Behavior, doi: 10.1002/job.2061