Health issues caused by repeatedly thinking about work and family conflict, according to NCFR member's research
Research by NCFR member Kelly D. Davis, PhD at Oregon State University's Social Science Research Institute, shows a link between repeatedly thinking about work-family conflict and health problems. The results of the study were published in the Stress & Health Journal. The project was funded by Penn State's Social Science Research Institute and their Center for Health Aging. Dr. Davis, an assistant professor in the CPHHS School of Social and Behavorial Health Sciences, was the lead author on the project.