Session 175:
Work and Health

Saturday, May 5
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Union Square 5-6
Fourth Floor

Chair: Jennifer Ward-Batts, Wayne State University
Discussant: Sara Sandberg-Thoma, Ohio State University
Discussant: Delia Furtado, University of Connecticut
Discussant: Constance T. Gager, Montclair State University

  1. The Job Demand-Control (Support) Model, Work-Family Spillover and Postpartum Depression: A Longitudinal AnalysisRada K. Dagher, University of Maryland; Patricia McGovern, University of Minnesota; Bryan Dowd, University of Minnesota

  2. Work-Family Conflict and Depression for Employed Husbands and Wives in Japan: Moderating Roles of Self and Spousal Role InvolvementTetsushi Fujimoto, Doshisha University, Kyoto; Sayaka K. Shinohara, Doshisha University; Tsuyoshi Oohira, Omichi-kai Medical Corporation

  3. Health, Social and Psychological Problems of Women Employees in Business Process Outsourcing: A Study in IndiaAmrita Gupta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  4. Work-Team Contexts of Work-Family Conflict, Stress, and Psychological Distress: A Multilevel AnalysisPhyllis Moen, University of Minnesota; Anne Kaduk, University of Minnesota; Ellen Kossek, Michigan State University; Leslie Hammer, Portland State University; Erin Kelly, University of Minnesota; Orfeu Buxton, Harvard Medical School; Emily O'Donnell, Harvard School of Public Health; David Almeida, Pennsylvania State University; Kimberly Fox, University of Minnesota; Eric Tranby, University of Delaware; J. Michael Oakes, University of Minnesota

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