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Congratulations to Class of 2014!
Photo: Dr. Wright and Dr. Eschleman celebrating with our recent graduates.
Congrats to Dr. Eschleman and Jamie Madsen (C/O 2012) for their recent publication and media attention. Dr. Eschleman and colleagues explored the relationship between leisure creative activities and performance in the workplace. Their findings have received international media attention. Similar news articles can be found on outlets such as CNBC, NPR, Today.com, Time.com, USNews, and HuffingtonPost.
Article Info: Dr. Eschleman, Jamie Madsen (C/O 2012), G. Alarcon, & A. Barelka (2014). Benefiting from creative activity: The positive relationships between creative activity, recovery experiences, and performance-related outcomes. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. DOI: 10.1111/joop.12064