Nicole Shifrin

Nicole Shifrin
Auburn University | AU · Department of Psychological Sciences

Ph.D.

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Introduction
Recent graduate from Auburn University's Industrial and Organizational Psychology program primarily dedicated to researching the work-life interface, occupational health and safety, and flexible working arrangements.

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Publications (3)
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Job-related burnout has become a central construct in occupational health psychology. Given the considerable emphasis on burnout in both basic research and organizational initiatives, affirming the validity of inferences from commonly used measures is imperative to explore this phenomenon. The Shirom-Melamed burnout measure (SMBM) is well grounded...
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The COVID-19 pandemic represents one of the greatest global crises in modern history. In addition to recession and high unemployment, agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warn that stressors associated with a pandemic can cause increased strains, including difficulty concentrating, anxiety, and decreased mental health (CD...
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Flexibility regarding where and when work is completed is becoming increasingly available to employees, especially following the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent shift in the nature of work. There is a plethora of research linking various flexible work arrangements (FWA) to a variety of positive outcomes across domains including reduced work–family...

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