Associate Professor, I/O Program Coordinator and Director, Occupational Health Psychology Concentration
Industrial Organizational Psychology
PhD: Bowling Green State University, 2001
Area of Specialization: I/O Psychology: Occupational Health Psychology, Aging Workforce Issues, Work/Family Issues, Research Methods
Teaching Courses: Occupational Health Psychology, Industrial Psychology, Organizational Research Methods
Monday- 2:30-3:30 pm | Tuesday- | Wednesday- | Thursday- | Friday- | By Appointment- X
Current Research: My research interests in I/O psychology center around occupational health psychology, including (a) health and wellbeing among older workers, (b) retirement, work ability, and prolonged working life, and (c) the work/non-work interface, including work/non-work conflict, enhancement, and work/life balance.
Fisher, G. G., Chaffee, D. S., & Sonnega, A. (2016). Retirement timing: A review and recommendations for future research. Work, Aging, and Retirement (annual review issue)
Fisher, G. G., Matthews, R. A., & Gibbons, A. M. (2016). Developing and investigating the use of single-item measures in organizational research. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 21(1), 3-23
Fisher, G. G. & Sandell, K. (2015). Sampling in industrial-organizational psychology research: Now what? Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 8, (232-237
McGonagle, A., Fisher, G. G., Barnes‐Farrell, J. L., & Grosch, J. (2015). Individual and work factors related to perceived work ability and labor force outcomes. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(2), 376-398
Fisher, G. G., Stachowski, A., Infurna, F. J., Faul, J. D., Grosch, J., & Tetrick, L. E. (2014). Mental work demands, retirement, and longitudinal trajectories of cognitive functioning. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 19(2), 231-242
Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) Research Group: Research in the Occupational Health Psychology lab focuses on worker health and well-being, and characteristics of the work environment that impact individuals and organizations. The lab serves to build a community of those studying occupational health psychology topics.
Location: C46, C50