Daniel C. Ganster mainly investigates Social psychology, Occupational stress, Developmental psychology, Job satisfaction and Industrial and organizational psychology. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Control and Turnover. The Occupational stress study combines topics in areas such as Research design, Stressor and Affect.
He studied Developmental psychology and Social support that intersect with Empirical research and Mental health. Staff management is closely connected to Survey data collection in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Job satisfaction. Daniel C. Ganster interconnects Social relation, Organizational behavior, Abusive supervision, Social undermining and Human resource management in the investigation of issues within Industrial and organizational psychology.
Social psychology, Occupational stress, Developmental psychology, Job satisfaction and Well-being are his primary areas of study. Job performance, Organizational commitment, Job attitude, Organizational behavior and Social support are subfields of Social psychology in which his conducts study. His research in Occupational stress intersects with topics in Workload, Stressor and Anxiety.
Daniel C. Ganster combines subjects such as Applied psychology and Affect with his study of Stressor. His Developmental psychology study which covers Type A and Type B personality theory that intersects with Construct validity. His study in Job satisfaction is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Control, Turnover, Survey data collection and Positive affectivity.
Daniel C. Ganster mostly deals with Occupational stress, Well-being, Social psychology, Developmental psychology and Stressor. The study incorporates disciplines such as Job stress and Knowledge management in addition to Occupational stress. His research links Phase with Social psychology.
His Developmental psychology research integrates issues from Consistency, Cognition, Person–environment fit and Job design. His work deals with themes such as Interpersonal communication, Aging brain and Physiology, which intersect with Stressor. His work is dedicated to discovering how Affect, Allostatic load are connected with Anxiety and other disciplines.
Daniel C. Ganster mostly deals with Well-being, Occupational stress, Developmental psychology, Allostatic load and Person–environment fit. His Well-being study spans across into fields like Piece work, Work stress, Reward system, Physiological stress and Social psychology. His Occupational stress study combines topics in areas such as Psychosocial, Job stress, Knowledge management and Anxiety.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Consistency and Stressor. His Allostatic load research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Arousal, Management science, Affect and Set. In his research, Daniel C. Ganster undertakes multidisciplinary study on Person–environment fit and Energy expenditure.
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Impact of family-supportive work variables on work-family conflict and strain: A control perspective.
Linda Thiede Thomas;Daniel C. Ganster.
Social Undermining in the Workplace
Michelle K. Duffy;Daniel C. Ganster;Milan Pagon.
Work Stress and Employee Health
Daniel C. Ganster;John Schaubroeck.
Role of social support in the experience of stress at work.
Daniel C. Ganster;Marcelline R. Fusilier;Bronston T. Mayes.
Work Stress and Employee Health A Multidisciplinary Review
Daniel C. Ganster;Christopher C. Rosen.
Effects of stressful job demands and control on physiological and attitudinal outcomes in a hospital setting.
Marilyn L. Fox;Deborah J. Dwyer;Daniel C. Ganster.
Social Desirability Response Effects: Three Alternative Models
Daniel C. Ganster;Harry W. Hennessey;Fred Luthans.
The effects of job demands and control on employee attendance and satisfaction
Deborah J. Dwyer;Daniel C. Ganster.
Control in the workplace.
Daniel C. Ganster;Marcelline R. Fusilier.
The social context of undermining behavior at work
Michelle K. Duffy;Daniel C. Ganster;Jason DeFrance Shaw;Jonathan L. Johnson.
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