Declan Gilmer

Program: Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Advisor: Janet Barnes-Farrell
Anticipated Graduation: 2023
Education: M.S. Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, 2018

B.S. & B.A. Psychology & English, University of Alabama, 2016

Research Interests: Occupational Health Psychology

Work Schedules

Stress and Recovery

Identity Management

Representative Publications: Leon, M.R., Harms, P.D., Gilmer, L. (In press). Stimulant use in the workplace: the open secret of performance enhancement. Journal of Management Inquiry. 

 

Salyers, M.P., Watkins, M.A., Painter, A., Snajdr, E.A., Gilmer, L.O., Garabrant, J.M., Henry, N.H. (2018). Predictors of burnout in public library employees. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. doi: 10.1177/0961000618759415.

 

Gilmer, L., Stockdale, M. (2018).The early bird gets the flexible schedule. Paper talk given at the annual conference of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Gilmer, L., Lindsey, A.P. (2018). General and workplace social support differentially predict recovery experiences. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL.

 

Gilmer, L.O., Lindsey, A.P., & Jones, K.P. (2017). Standing the test of time: Chronotype, scheduling, and recovery experiences. In J. Nicklin (Ed.),Work-Life Balance in the 21st Century: Perspectives, Practices, and Challenges. Nova Science Publishers.

 

Gilmer, L., Stockdale, M. (2017). Students’ social support and recovery from demand-based stress. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Gilmer, L., Stockdale, M. (2017). Workplace chronotype bias, flexible scheduling, and performance expectations. Poster presented at the annual conference for Industrial-Organizational/Organizational Behavior, Houston, TX.

 

Adams, J. M., Hart, W., Gilmer, L., Lloyd-Richardson, E. E., & Burton, K. A. (2014). Concrete images of the sugar content in sugar-sweetened beverages reduces attraction to and selection of these beverages. Appetite, 83, 10-18.

 

Gilmer, L., Adams J.M., Hart W. (2014). Concrete images of the sugar content in sugar-sweetened beverages reduces attraction to and selection of these beverages. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Nashville, TN.