Patricia Rupert

Affiliations: 
Psychology Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
Area:
General Psychology, Clinical Psychology
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Rupert PA, Miller AO, Dorociak KE. (2015) Preventing burnout: What does the research tell us? Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 46: 168-174
Rupert PA, Tuminello Hartman ER, Oscharoff Miller AS. (2013) Work demands and resources, work-family conflict, and family functioning among practicing psychologists Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 44: 283-289
Rupert PA, Miller AO, Tuminello Hartman ER, et al. (2012) Predictors of career satisfaction among practicing psychologists Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 43: 495-502
Rupert PA, Stevanovic P, Tuminello Hartman ER, et al. (2012) Predicting Work-family conflict and life satisfaction among professional psychologists Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 43: 341-348
Rupert PA, Stevanovic P, Hunley HA. (2009) Work-Family Conflict and Burnout Among Practicing Psychologists Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 40: 54-61
Stevanovic P, Rupert PA. (2009) Work-Family Spillover and Life Satisfaction Among Professional Psychologists Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 40: 62-68
Rupert PA, Kent JS. (2007) Gender and work setting differences in career-sustaining behaviors and burnout among professional psychologists Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 38: 88-96
Rupert PA, Morgan DJ. (2005) Work setting and burnout among professional psychologists Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 36: 544-550
Rupert PA, Baird KA. (2004) Managed Care and the Independent Practice of Psychology Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 35: 185-193
Stenzel CL, Rupert PA. (2004) Psychologists' use of touch in individual psychotherapy Psychotherapy. 41: 332-345
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