1997 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Psychological contract, Organizational commitment, Job satisfaction and Social exchange theory. Her work on Job performance as part of her general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Justice, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her Psychological contract research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Industrial relations and Organizational behavior.
The various areas that Lois E. Tetrick examines in her Organizational commitment study include Self-concept and Organizational learning. Her research in Job satisfaction intersects with topics in Personal commitment and Organisation climate. Her studies in Social exchange theory integrate themes in fields like Positive economics and Public relations.
Lois E. Tetrick mainly focuses on Social psychology, Organizational commitment, Public relations, Applied psychology and Occupational health psychology. Her Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Construct validity and Confirmatory factor analysis. In her study, Organization development is strongly linked to Organizational learning, which falls under the umbrella field of Organizational commitment.
Her study in the field of Psychological contract also crosses realms of Restructuring. Her research integrates issues of Community psychology, Occupational stress and Health psychology in her study of Applied psychology. Her studies deal with areas such as Occupational health nursing, Industrial and organizational psychology and Clinical psychology as well as Occupational health psychology.
Her main research concerns Social psychology, Applied psychology, Computer security, Knowledge management and Psychological intervention. In general Social psychology, her work in Organizational citizenship behavior, Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory and Reciprocity is often linked to Orientation and Measure linking many areas of study. Her Applied psychology research incorporates elements of Job characteristic theory, Chinese version, Occupational health psychology and Personnel psychology.
Her study in Occupational health psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Developmental psychology, Industrial and organizational psychology and Person–environment fit. Lois E. Tetrick interconnects Contextual performance, Job performance, Creativity and Function in the investigation of issues within Knowledge management. Her Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Intervention, Positive psychology and Workplace health promotion, Workplace wellness, Health promotion.
Lois E. Tetrick spends much of her time researching Computer security, Knowledge management, Job attitude, Applied psychology and Job satisfaction. Her research in the fields of Incident response overlaps with other disciplines such as Dynamics. Lois E. Tetrick combines subjects such as Contextual performance, Job characteristic theory, Function and Personnel psychology with her study of Knowledge management.
Her Job attitude research includes elements of Job analysis, Job design and Cognitive reframing. The concepts of her Applied psychology study are interwoven with issues in Industrial and organizational psychology, Occupational health psychology and Person–environment fit. Her Job satisfaction research is under the purview of Social psychology.
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The role of fair treatment and rewards in perceptions of organizational support and leader-member exchange.
Sandy J. Wayne;Lynn M. Shore;William H. Bommer;Lois E. Tetrick.
A Construct Validity Study of the Survey of Perceived Organizational Support
Lynn McFarlane Shore;Lois E. Tetrick.
The psychological contract as an explanatory framework in the employment relationship.
Lynn McFarlane Shore;Lois E. Tetrick.
Identifying Organizational Identification
Fred A. Mael;Lois E. Tetrick.
Social and Economic Exchange: Construct Development and Validation.
Lynn M. Shore;Lois E. Tetrick;Patricia Lynch;Kevin Barksdale.
Handbook of Occupational Health Psychology
James Campbell Quick;Lois E. Tetrick.
A three-wave longitudinal analysis of the causal ordering of satisfaction and commitment on turnover decisions
Arthur J. Farkas;Lois E. Tetrick.
Leader--member exchange, differentiation, and psychological contract fulfillment: a multilevel examination.
David J. Henderson;Sandy J. Wayne;Lynn M. Shore;William H. Bommer.
Understanding, prediction, and control as moderators of the relationships between perceived stress, satisfaction, and psychological well-being.
Lois E. Tetrick;James M. LaRocco.
Perceived unfairness and employee health: A meta-analytic integration.
Jordan M. Robbins;Michael T. Ford;Lois E. Tetrick.
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