Wellbeing & Behavioral Science Lab

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Current & Past Graduate Students

Amanda DeLongchamp (expected 2020)

Master's Research Project:

Evaluating the Effects of a Job Crafting Intervention on Employee Work-Life Balance

David Huntley (expected 2020)

Master's Research Project:

The Effects of Active Workstations on Task Performance and Worker Wellbeing

Jean Dougherty (expected 2019)

Master's Research Project:

The Effects of Feedback-Seeking Behavior and Difficult Goals on Task Performance and Stress

Dayan Maas (2019)

Master's Research Project:

Evaluating the Effects of an Intervention to Increase Feedback as a Social Job Resource

Kate Klein (2018)

Master's Research Project:

The Impact of Origin of Performance Goals on Task Performance and Stress

Clair Anderson, MA (2017)

Master's Research Project: 

The Effects of Coloring and Mindful Audio as Work Recovery Techniques on State Mindfulness, Task Performance, Job Satisfaction, and Boredom

Brandon Breuer, MA (2017)

Master's Research Project:

A Thematic Analysis of Workplace Health Program Participation

Matt Daly, MA (2016)

Master's Research Project:

Stepping Up UMD Group Health Coaching: A Behavioral Intervention

Areanna Lakowske, MA (2016)

Master's Research Project:

The Influence of Feedback Statement Sequence and a Challenging Goal on Task Performance

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Undergraduate Research Assistants

Undergraduate Research Assistants are critical to the success of ongoing research in WBS Lab. RAs often assist with data collection and project administration under the supervision of my graduate students. RAs should have a general interest or curiosity about applied behavior analysis, behavioral psychology, and Dr. Slowiak's scholarly interests.

Graduate Research Assistants

Graduate Research Assistants often assist with data collection and project administration under the supervision of current graduate student advisees or on other lab-based or applied projects under my supervision. Graduate RAs should have a general interest or curiosity about applied behavior analysis, behavioral psychology, and Dr. Slowiak's scholarly interests.

Graduate Student Advisees

I teach and advise graduate students in the IO Psychology track of the Masters in Psychological Science (MAPS) program. I am willing to advise Master's "Plan B" research projects for graduate students who having taken coursework in learning and behavior and/or behavior analysis, who have an interest in the application of behavior analysis to organizational health, performance, and wellbeing, and who have a general interest or curiosity about my scholarly interests.

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Department of Psychology

University of Minnesota Duluth

320 Bohannon Hall, 1207 Ordean Ct.

Duluth, MN 55812-3011

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