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Alecia Santuzzi
Alecia Santuzzi
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Please respond ASAP: workplace telepressure and employee recovery.
LK Barber, AM Santuzzi
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 20 (2), 172, 2015
6372015
Invisible disabilities: Unique challenges for employees and organizations
AM Santuzzi, PR Waltz, LM Finkelstein, DE Rupp
Industrial and organizational Psychology 7 (2), 204-219, 2014
3262014
Application of repeated measures ANOVA to high-density ERP datasets: A review and tutorial
J Dien, AM Santuzzi
Event-related potentials: A methods handbook, 57-82, 2005
2222005
How do you feel? Self-esteem predicts affect, stress, social interaction, and symptom severity during daily life in patients with chronic illness
V Juth, JM Smyth, AM Santuzzi
Journal of health psychology 13 (7), 884-894, 2008
2192008
Disability in the workplace: A unique and variable identity
AM Santuzzi, PR Waltz
Journal of Management 42 (5), 1111-1135, 2016
2012016
Workplace telepressure and work–life balance outcomes: The role of work recovery experiences
LK Barber, AL Conlin, AM Santuzzi
Stress and Health 35 (3), 350-362, 2019
1762019
The impact of group process variables on the effectiveness of distance collaboration groups
MG González, MJ Burke, AM Santuzzi, JC Bradley
Computers in Human Behavior 19 (5), 629-648, 2003
1402003
Monitoring what and how: psychological implications of electronic performance monitoring
D Jeske, AM Santuzzi
New Technology, Work and Employment 30 (1), 62-78, 2015
1332015
Workplace telepressure and worker well-being: The intervening role of psychological detachment
AM Santuzzi, LK Barber
Occupational Health Science 2 (4), 337-363, 2018
1182018
Telepressure and college student employment: The costs of staying connected across social contexts
LK Barber, AM Santuzzi
Stress and Health 33 (1), 14-23, 2017
1002017
Do healthy people worry? Modern health worries, subjective health complaints, perceived health, and health care utilization
KB Filipkowski, JM Smyth, AM Rutchick, AM Santuzzi, M Adya, KJ Petrie, ...
International journal of behavioral medicine 17, 182-188, 2010
962010
Disconnecting to detach: The role of impaired recovery in negative consequences of workplace telepressure
X Hu, AM Santuzzi, LK Barber
Revista de Psicología del Trabajo y de las Organizaciones 35 (1), 9-15, 2019
832019
The association between child ADHD symptoms and changes in parental involvement in kindergarten children’s learning during COVID-19
M Wendel, T Ritchie, MA Rogers, JA Ogg, AM Santuzzi, EC Shelleby, ...
School Psychology Review 49 (4), 466-479, 2020
642020
Stigma salience and paranoid social cognition: Understanding variability in metaperceptions among individuals with recently-acquired stigma
AM Santuzzi, JB Ruscher
Social Cognition 20 (3), 171-197, 2002
582002
Examining the effects of perceived social support on momentary mood and symptom reports in asthma and arthritis patients
JM Smyth, MJ Zawadzki, AM Santuzzi, KB Filipkowski
Psychology & health 29 (7), 813-831, 2014
562014
Parent and peer social support compensation and internalizing problems in adolescence
KM Lyell, S Coyle, CK Malecki, AM Santuzzi
Journal of School Psychology 83, 25-49, 2020
492020
Elaborative metaperceptions in outcome-dependent situations: The diluted relationship between default self-perceptions and metaperceptions
SA Kaplan, AM Santuzzi, JB Ruscher
Social Cognition 27 (4), 601-614, 2009
482009
Identity management strategies for workers with concealable disabilities: Antecedents and consequences
AM Santuzzi, RT Keating, JJ Martinez, LM Finkelstein, DE Rupp, N Strah
Journal of Social Issues 75 (3), 847-880, 2019
392019
Trajectories of depressive symptoms in foster youth transitioning into adulthood: The roles of emotion dysregulation and PTSD
CE Valdez, BE Bailey, AM Santuzzi, MM Lilly
Child maltreatment 19 (3-4), 209-218, 2014
382014
Shared impression formation in the cognitively interdependent dyad
JB Ruscher, AM Santuzzi, EY Hammer
British Journal of Social Psychology 42 (3), 411-425, 2003
352003
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