Professor, Department of Psychology & Counseling
Effects of constant work accessibility
Women's career development patterns
The relationship between technology use and academic performance
Work-family balance issues
Wentworth, D.K. & Middleton, J. (2014). Technology use and academic performance. Computers & Education, 78, 306-311. doi: 10.1016/j.compedu.2014.06.012
Islam, S. & Wentworth, D.K. (2014). Work experience and gender effects on the work schedule preferences of undergraduate accounting students Accounting and Finance Research, 3(3), 127-142. doi: 10.5430/afr.v3n3p127.
Whitmarsh, L. & Wentworth, D.K. (2012). Gender similarity or gender difference? Contemporary women’s and men’s career patterns. The Career Development Quarterly, 60(1), 47-64.
Whitmarsh, L., Brown, D., Cooper, J., Rodgers, Y. & Wentworth, D.K. (2007). Choices and challenges: A qualitative exploration of professional women’s career patterns. The Career Development Quarterly, 55(3), 225-236.
Wentworth, D.K. & Chell, R. (2005). Chapter entitled “Gender identity at home: Comparing the role of househusband to housewife.” In The Psychology of Gender Identity. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Wentworth, D.K. (2002). The schizophrenic organization. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 39(4), 39-41.
Wentworth, D.K. & Chell, R. (2001). The role of househusband as compared to housewife as perceived by a college population. The Journal of Psychology, 135(6), 639-650.
Wentworth, D.K. & Chell, R. (1997). American college students and the Protestant work ethic. The Journal of Social Psychology, 137(3), 284-296.
Quatrella, L.A. & Wentworth, D.K. (1995). Students' perceptions of unequal dating relationships in academia. Ethics and Behavior, 5(3), 249-259.
Group Dynamics & Team Leadership
Internship in I/O Psychology
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