Alecia Santuzzi

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Psychology Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, United States 
Area:
Industrial Psychology
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Alitto J, Malecki CK, Coyle S, et al. (2016) Examining the effects of adult and peer mediated goal setting and feedback interventions for writing: Two studies. Journal of School Psychology. 56: 89-109
Barber LK, Santuzzi AM. (2016) Telepressure and College Student Employment: The Costs of Staying Connected Across Social Contexts. Stress and Health : Journal of the International Society For the Investigation of Stress
Santuzzi AM, Waltz PR. (2016) Disability in the Workplace: A Unique and Variable Identity Journal of Management. 42: 1111-1135
Barber LK, Santuzzi AM. (2015) Please respond ASAP: workplace telepressure and employee recovery. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 20: 172-89
Budnick CJ, Kowal M, Santuzzi AM. (2015) Social anxiety and the ironic effects of positive interviewer feedback. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping. 28: 71-87
Santuzzi AM. (2015) Sex Composition Disrupts the Accuracy of Women’s Metaperceptions of Partners Small Group Research. 46: 395-414
Jeske D, Santuzzi AM. (2015) Monitoring what and how: Psychological implications of electronic performance monitoring New Technology, Work and Employment. 30: 62-78
Varghese L, Lindeman MIH, Santuzzi AM. (2015) Do we really need new constructs? An argument for adapting individual predictors to dynamic environments Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 8: 295-301
Valdez CE, Bailey BE, Santuzzi AM, et al. (2014) Trajectories of depressive symptoms in foster youth transitioning into adulthood: the roles of emotion dysregulation and PTSD. Child Maltreatment. 19: 209-18
Smyth JM, Zawadzki MJ, Santuzzi AM, et al. (2014) Examining the effects of perceived social support on momentary mood and symptom reports in asthma and arthritis patients. Psychology & Health. 29: 813-31
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