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Alicia G. Dugan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Medicine
Academic Office Location:
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Outpatient Pavilion, S7312
Farmington, CT 06030-8077
Phone: 860-679-4813
Fax: 860-679-1349

Department of Medicine

B.A.Mount Holyoke CollegePsychology/Spanish
M.A.Lesley UniversityCounseling Psychology
M.A.University of ConnecticutIndustrial/Organizational Psychology
Ph.D.University of ConnecticutIndustrial/Organizational Psychology

Post-Graduate Training
Pre-Doctoral FellowshipUniversity of Connecticut Health Center

Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Top Abstract in the Junior Faculty CategoryUConn-Jackson Lab Aging Symposium
Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship for Extraordinary ExpensesUniversity of Connecticut
Doctoral Dissertation FellowshipUniversity of Connecticut
Doctoral FellowshipNIOSH Training Grant
Summer Research FellowshipNIOSH Training Grant
Pre-doctoral FellowshipUniversity of Connecticut
Name & DescriptionCategoryRoleTypeScopeStart YearEnd Year
Psychology of Addictive BehaviorsProfessional/Scientific JournalAd-hoc peer-reviewerExternalInternational2015
International Journal of Human Factors and ErgonomicsProfessional/Scientific JournalAd-hoc peer-reviewerExternalInternational2014
Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health DisparitiesProfessional/Scientific JournalAd-hoc peer-reviewerExternalInternational2014
Journal of Occupational Health PsychologyProfessional/Scientific JournalAd-hoc peer-reviewerExternalInternational2011
Springer Science and Business MediaProfessional/Scientific JournalAd-hoc peer-reviewerExternalInternational2011
Society for Industrial and Organizational PsychologyProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational
Society for Occupational Health PsychologyProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational
European Assocation of Work and Organizational PsychologyProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalInternational

Journal Articles

Book Chapters

  • Ireland
    Dugan, A.G. International Employee Assistance Anthology
  • Pain, Musculoskeletal Injuries, and Return to Work
    William S Shaw, Alicia Dugan, Jennifer L Garza APA Occupational Health Psychology Handbook
  • Services in the Workplace
    Dugan, A.G., Magley, V. A Public Health Perspective of Women's Mental health
  • Supporting participatory organizational interventions: New opportunities, roles and responsibilities for researchers and OSH professionals.
    Henning, R. Robertson, R., & Dugan, A. Supporting participatory organizational interventions: New opportunities, roles and responsibilities for researchers and OSH professionals. In K. Nielsen & A. Noblet (Eds.), Organizational interventions for health and well-being: A handbook for evidence-based practice.


  • Dissemination and Implementation Measurement Compendium: A Systematic Review of Structural, Organizational, Provider, Patient, and Innovation-Level Measures
    Chaudoir, S.R., Dugan, A.G., Barr, C.H. Connecticut Institute for Clinical and Translational Science


Short Surveys

  • University Staff Perceptions of Opportunities and Obstacles to Job and Career Mobility
    Barnes-Farnell, J.L., Dugan, A.G. University of Connecticut Women's Center
Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Persistent eldercare responsibility and association with reported family-work conflict among manufacturing sector employees.Panel DiscussionAmerican Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition2015New Orleans, LA
The UConn study on aging, musculoskeletal disorders and work capacity: Adapting to an economy in flux.PosterUConn-Jackson Lab Symposium on Aging2014Farmington, CT
Combined health protection and health promotion interventions addressing indoor air quality and stress in corrections.PosterInternational Symposium on Total Worker Health2014Bethesda, MD
Measuring implementation predictors of a new healthy worksite participatory program.OtherInternational Symposium on Total Worker Health2014Bethesda, MD
Evaluating a research-to-practice healthy workplace participatory program.LectureCPH-NEW Symposium2014Sturbridge, MA
The impact of job insecurity on aging workers' retirement expectations, work, and well-being.PosterUConn-Jackson Lab Symposium on Aging2014Farmington, CT
A NIOSH WorkLife Project: Development and Validation of a Multipurpose Short Practitioner SurveyPosterAPA/NIOSH2011Orlando, Florida
The Influence of Working Mothers' Second Shift on Personal Resources and Self-CareTalkAcademy of Management2010Montreal, Canada
Measuring Mothers' Second Shift: Dominance Analysis of Key IndicatorsPosterAPA/NIOSH2009San Juan, Puerto Rico
Resource Loss From Incivility: Perpetrator Power and Resource ThreatTalkSociety for Industrial and Organizational Psychology2009New Orleans, Louisiana
Individual Reaction to Team Performance Feedback for a Decision TaskPosterSociety for Industrial and Organizational Psychology2009New Orleans, Louisiana
Personal Power as a Buffer of Negative Outcomes of Workplace IncivilityTalkAPA/NIOSH2008Washington D.C.
The Stress-Buffering Potential of Downtime Recovery in Reducing Time-Based StressTalkEuropean Association of Work and Organizational Psychology2007Stockholm, Sweeden
Using Downtime Activities to Manage the Stresses of Demanding Work and Life Situations: Do Older Workers Benefit Most?TalkEuropean Academy of Occupational Health Psychology2006Dublin, Ireland
Understanding the Role of Subjective and Objective Experiences of Time in the Work-Family InterfaceTalkAPA/NIOSH2006Miami, Florida
Understanding Work-to-Family Conflict Among Self-Employed Workers: Work Arrangements and PreferencesPosterAmerican Psychological Association2004Honolulu, Hawaii