Portland State University. Department of Psychology
Leslie B. Hammer
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Applied Psychology
1 online resource (v, 189 pages)
Work and family -- Psychological aspects, Supervisors -- Attitudes, Sleep -- Physiological aspects, Health promotion -- Psychological aspects
Few studies to date have investigated associations among work, family, and sleep outcomes. The following dissertation includes three studies that attempt to further understanding of such relationships by utilizing data from information technology workers within the Work, Family, and Health Network study. In Study 1, which is published in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, associations between work-to-family conflict, family-to-work conflict, family-supportive supervisor behaviors, and sleep outcomes, measured both subjectively and objectively, are examined in a cross-sectional sample. Study 2 investigates associations among work-to-family conflict, family-supportive supervisor behaviors, and subjective sleep outcomes within a seven-day daily diary framework. Furthermore, workplace characteristics are examined as moderators of these relationships. Study 3 explores the effect of a work-family intervention on sleep outcomes at the 18-month follow-up time point, in addition to mediators of the intervention effect on sleep outcomes over time.
Crain, Tori Laurelle, "Investigating Relationships among Work, Family, and Sleep: Cross-Sectional, Daily, and Intervention Effects" (2015). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2327.