Ginger Hanson, PhD, MS
Ginger C. Hanson is engaged in research on quantitative methods, occupation health psychology, work-life integration, and workplace violence. Dr. Hanson earned her PhD in systems science: psychology and her master’s in applied industrial/organizational psychology at Portland State University. Her dissertation used a multi-level design to examine both the supervisor and employee-level factors related to family-supportive supervision and work-family conflict.
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Ginger C Hanson, Nancy A Perrin, Helen Moss, Naima Laharnar & Nancy Glass (2015). "Workplace aggression against homecare workers and its relationship with employee health outcomes: A cross-sectional study." BMC Public Health, Vol 15 (11). DOI: 10.1186/s12889-014-1340-7.
Kelly D. Davis, Katie M. Lawson, David M. Almeida, Erin L. Kelly, Rosalind B. King, Leslie Hammer, Lynne M. Casper, Cassandra A. Okechukwu, Ginger Hanson, Susan M. McHale (2015). “Parents' Daily Time with Their Children: a Workplace Intervention." Pediatrics, Vol 135 (5).