Undergraduate institution: Bucknell University
I am interested in employee well-being and occupational health psychology in general. My thesis focuses on recovery during and after work. More specifically, I am examining how work breaks interact with after-work recovery. I have also worked on projects on job control, illegitimate tasks, and work-life balance.
Representative publications and presentations:
Gisler, S., Omansky, R., Alenick, P. R., Tumminia, A. M., Eatough, E. M., & Johnson, R. C. (2018). Work-life conflict and employee health: A review. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 23, 1-46.
Gisler, S., Gray, B. E., Roman, J. R., & Rothstein, E. G. (2019). TIP-Topics for students: Transitioning into an I-O PhD with a Masters degree. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 56(3).
Gisler, S., Knudsen, E., & Eatough, E. M. (2019, May). A PATH to employee health: Evaluating healthy workplace practices using O*NET data. Paper presented at the 19th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Turin, Italy.
Gisler, S., Gray, B. E., Roman, J. R., Zhou, Z., Miller, J., Zhu, Z., Park, Y., Dumani, S., & Jang, S. (2019, April). Current and former I-O international students share their experiences. Alternative session presented at the 34th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Washington, D.C.
Gisler, S.*, Kato, A. E.*, Lee, S.*, & Leung, D. W.* (2018). One size does not fit all: Gender inequity in STEM varies between subfields. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 11, 314-318. (* Authors contributed equally to this work)