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Faculty Research Detail - Dale Dwyer, Ph.D.

Faculty Detail                      

Name: Dale Dwyer,  Ph.D.
Office: ST 2047
Phone: 419-530-2365
Biographical Sketch 

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, PhD, Organizational Behavior, 1989 
University of Cincinnati, MA, Organizational Communicaton, 1985

University of Cincinnati, BA (Hons), Speech and Communication, 1984

Dr Dwyer joined the Department of Management in 1989. He typically teaches in the upper division Human Resource Management area, the Executive MBA area, and the Organizational Leadership and Management area. He is also the Chair of the Department of Management and one of the faculty advisors for the UT chapter of Society for Human Resource         

Research Interests

Stress, Health, and Performance at Work

Selected Publications

Books and Journals

• The Relationships Between Job Demands and Key Performance Indicators: Moderating Effects of Job Resources in Call Centers.  D.J. Dwyer and M.L. Fox.  Submitted to the Journal of Business and Management, January 2006.   

• Social Worker Hope and Perceived Burnout: The Effects of Age, Years in Practice, and Setting.  R.H. Schwartz, M. Tiamiyu, and D.J. Dwyer.  In press at the Journal of Social Work Administration for publication in 2007.

• Where Will the Next Jobs Be?  A Study of the Changing Context of Occupations in Northwest Ohio, 2000-2005.  Technical Report for the Toledo Regional Growth Partnership, June 2002.

• Strategizing for HR.  Interview with HR Magazine, reproduced at or in print in February 2001, Vol 46, No. 2, 92-98.

• Explaining Employee Health Care Costs: A Prospective Examination of Stressful Job Demands, Personal Control, and Physiological Reactivity. D.C. Ganster, M.L. Fox, and D.J. Dwyer. Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, 5, 2001, 954-964.

• Human Resource Auditing.  D.J. Dwyer.  SHRM White Paper.  Published by the Society for Human Resource Management for members only on the SHRM website, located at June, 2000.

• Reducing Stress by Increasing Control.  M.L. Fox. & D.J. Dwyer. Clinical Leadership & Management Review, May/June, 14, 3, 2000, 114-117.

• The Moderating Role of Hostility in the Relationship Between Job Characteristics and Health.  D. J. Dwyer and M.L. Fox.  Academy of Management Journal, 43, 6, 2000, 1086-1096.       





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