Maura J. Mills, Ph.D.

2005-2010 Department of Psychology Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, United States 
 2010-2016 Department of Psychology Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, United States 
 2016- Department of Management The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 
Industrial Psychology, Psychometrics Psychology, General Psychology
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Clive J. Fullagar grad student 2005-2010 Kansas State University
 (Rethinking the hedonic treadmill within the context of broaden and build theory: Developing resources through positive employees.)


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Anthony Auriemmo grad student Hofstra University
Vivian Woo grad student 2010-2014 Hofstra University
Christopher Salute grad student 2012-2016 Hofstra University
Leanne Tortez grad student 2014-2017 Hofstra University
Ryan Rosiello grad student 2013-2018 Hofstra University
Amy Kerulis grad student 2015-2018 Hofstra University


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Satoris Culbertson collaborator (Management Tree)
Ronald G. Downey collaborator
Norah E. Dunbar collaborator (LinguisTree)
Erin M. Eatough Cooley collaborator (Nursing Tree)
Gwenith G. Fisher collaborator
Clive J. Fullagar collaborator
Angela R. Grotto collaborator
Peter D. Harms collaborator (PsychTree)
Jaime B. Henning collaborator (SocTree)
Ann H. Huffman collaborator (SocTree)
Patrick K. Hyland collaborator
Amy Kerulis collaborator
Burcu B. Keskin collaborator (Physics Tree)
Patrick Knight collaborator
Andrzej Kozikowski collaborator
Kurt Kraiger collaborator (PsychTree)
Cong Liu collaborator (Nursing Tree)
Graham Lowman collaborator (PsychTree)
Russell A. Matthews collaborator
Dana M. McDaniel collaborator (SocTree)
Christopher P. Reina collaborator
Sarah Riforgiate collaborator (Org Comm Genealogy Project)
Ryan Rosiello collaborator
Disha D. Rupayana collaborator
Comila Shahani-Denning collaborator
Claire E. Smith collaborator (IOTree)
Candice Thomas collaborator
Leanne Tortez collaborator
Andrew J. Wefald collaborator
Marilyn V. Whitman collaborator (Nursing Tree)
Vivian Woo collaborator
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Huffman AH, Mills MJ, Howes SS, et al. (2021) Workplace support and affirming behaviors: Moving toward a transgender, gender diverse, and non-binary friendly workplace. International Journal of Transgender Health. 22: 225-242
Grotto AR, Mills MJ, Eatough EM. (2021) Switching Gears: A Self-Regulatory Approach and Measure of Nonwork Role Re-Engagement Following After-Hours Work Intrusions. Journal of Business and Psychology. 1-17
Lowman GH, Harms PD, Mills MJ. (2019) The Influence of Job Candidates’ Physical Appearance on Interview Evaluations Journal of Personnel Psychology. 18: 55-70
Mills M, Huffman A, Dunbar N, et al. (2018) Invisibility in the Profession: A Qualitative Examination of the Experiences of Contingent Faculty Academy of Management Proceedings. 2018: 11192
Howes SS, Henning J, Mills MJ, et al. (2018) Yes Virginia, There Is a Gender Disparity Problem—and It Goes Beyond STEM Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 11: 318-323
Mills MJ, Grotto AR. (2017) Who can have it all and how? Gender in Management: An International Journal. 32: 82-97
Mills MJ, Fullagar CJ. (2017) Engagement within occupational trainees: Individual difference predictors and commitment outcome Journal of Vocational Behavior. 98: 35-45
Mills MJ, Fullagar CJ, Culbertson SS. (2016) Development and implementation of a multifaceted well-being intervention Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance. 3: 360-375
Hyland PK, Andrew Lee R, Mills MJ. (2015) Mindfulness at work: A new approach to improving individual and organizational performance Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 8: 576-602
Matthews RA, Mills MJ, Trout RC, et al. (2014) Family-supportive supervisor behaviors, work engagement, and subjective well-being: a contextually dependent mediated process. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 19: 168-81
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