Timothy D. Golden, Ph.D.

2001 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
Management Business Administration, Industrial Psychology
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John F. Veiga grad student 2001 University of Connecticut
 (Telecommuting optimization: An investigation of influential factors during technology -reliant interactions.)
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Allen TD, Golden TD, Shockley KM. (2015) How Effective Is Telecommuting? Assessing the Status of Our Scientific Findings. Psychological Science in the Public Interest : a Journal of the American Psychological Society. 16: 40-68
Golden TD, Schoenleber AH. (2014) Toward a deeper understanding of the willingness to seek help: the case of teleworkers. Work (Reading, Mass.). 48: 83-90
Golden TD, Veiga JF, Dino RN. (2008) The impact of professional isolation on teleworker job performance and turnover intentions: does time spent teleworking, interacting face-to-face, or having access to communication-enhancing technology matter? The Journal of Applied Psychology. 93: 1412-21
Golden TD, Veiga JF, Simsek Z. (2006) Telecommuting's differential impact on work-family conflict: is there no place like home? The Journal of Applied Psychology. 91: 1340-50
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