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Todd E. Bodner, Ph.D., Associate Professor,Quantitative Psychology

Department of Psychology
317 Cramer Hall
Portland State University
P.O. Box 751
Portland,OR 97207-0751
phone (503) 725-3902
fax (503) 725-3904
tbodner@pdx.edu

Biography
Selected Publications
Classes Taught

 

 

Selected Publications

Articles (refereed)

 

Hammer, L., Kossek, E., Bodner, T., & Crain, T.  (in press).  Measurement development and validation of the family supportive supervision behavior short-form (FSSB-SF).  Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.

Johnson, T., & Bodner, T. (in press).  Posterior predictive checks of tetrad subsets for covariance structures of measurement models.  Psychological Methods.                                                                                                  

Kovacs, J., Truxillo, D., Bauer, T., & Bodner, T.  (in press).  Fairness perceptions of affirmative action programs based on socioeconomic status: A new approach to affirmative action.  Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal.

Ismail, A., Bodner, T., & Rohlman, D. (2012).  Neurobehavioral performance among agricultural workers and pesticide applicators:  A meta-analytic study.  Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 69, 457-464. 

Kossek, E., Pichler, S., Bodner, T., & Hammer, L.  (2011).  Workplace social support and work-family conflict:  A meta-analysis clarifying the influence of general and work-family specific supervisor and organizational support.  Personnel Psychology, 64, 289-313.

Hammer, L. B., Kossek, E. E., Anger, W. K., Bodner, T., & Zimmerman, K. (2011) Clarifying work-family intervention processes: The roles of work-family conflict and family supportive supervisor behaviors. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, 134-150.

Martz, E., Bodner, T., & Livneh, H.  (2010).  Social support and coping as moderators of disability and posttraumatic stress levels among Vietnam theater veterans.  Health, 2, 332-341.

Dieckmann, N., Malle, B., & Bodner, T.  (2009).  An empirical assessment of meta-analytic practice.  Review of General Psychology, 13, 101-115.

Hammer, L., Kossek, E., Yragui, N., Bodner, T., & Hanson, G.  (2009).  Development and validation of a multidimensional measure of family supportive supervisory behaviors (FSSB).  Journal of Management, 35, 837-856.

Martz, E., Bodner, T., & Livneh, H.  (2009).  Coping as a moderator of disability and psychosocial adaptation relationship.  Journal of Clinical Psychology, 65, 94-112.

Truxillo, D., Bodner, T., Bertolino, M., Bauer, T., & Yonce, C.  (2009).  Effects of explanations on applicant reactions: A meta-analytic review.  International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 17, 346-361.

Bodner, T.  (2008).  What improves with increased missing data imputations?  Structural Equation Modeling, 15, 651-675.

Bauer, T., Bodner, T., Erdogan, B., Truxillo, D., & Tucker, J.  (2007). Newcomer adjustment during organizational socialization: A meta-analytic review of antecedents, outcomes, and methods.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 707-721.

Goodwin, D., Ricks, J., Fish, B., Kelsey, N., Good, A., Remington, L., & Bodner, T.  (2007).  Predicting academic success in optometry school.  Optometric Education, 32, 85-90.

Johnson, T., & Bodner, T.  (2007).  A note on the use of bootstrap tetrad tests for covariance structures.  Structural Equation Modeling, 14, 113-124.

Rohlman, D., Bodner, T., Arcury, T., Quandt, S., & McCauley, L. (2007). Developing methods for assessing neurotoxic effects in Hispanic non-English speaking children. Neurotoxicology, 28, 240-244.

Wang, M., & Bodner, T.  (2007).  Growth mixture modeling: Identifying and predicting unobserved subpopulations with longitudinal data.  Organizational Research Methods, 10, 635-656.

Anger, K., Stupfel, J., Ammerman, T., Tamulinas, A., Bodner, T., & Rohlman, D.  (2006).  The suitability of computer-based training for workers with limited formal education:  A case study from the US agricultural sector.  International Journal of Training and Development, 10, 269-284.

Bodner, T.  (2006).  Designs, participants, and measurement methods in psychological research.  Canadian Psychology, 47, 263-272.

Bodner, T.  (2006).  Missing data:  Prevalence and reporting practices.  Psychological Reports, 99, 675-680.

Livneh, H., Martz, E., & Bodner, T.  (2006).  Psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness and disability:  A preliminary study of its factorial structure.  Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 13, 251-261.

Feist, G., Bodner, T., Jacobs, J., Miles, M., & Tan, V.  (1995). Integrating top-down and bottom-up structural models of subjective well-being: A longitudinal investigation.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 68, 138-150.

Book Chapters and Reviews

Neal, M. B., Hammer, L. B., Pines, M. A., Bodner, T. E., & Cannon, M. L.  (Forthcoming).  Working Caregivers in the “Sandwiched Generation.”  In R. Burke, J. Field, & C. Cooper (Eds.).  Handbook on Aging, Work & Society.  Newbury Park:  Sage Publication.

Bodner, T. (2007). [Review of the book Missing Data and Small-Area Estimation: Modern Analytical Equipment for the Survey Statistician.] Psychometrika, 72, 115-116.

Bodner, T. (2002). [Reviews of the books The Lady Tasting Tea: How Statistics Revolutionized Science in the Twentieth Century and Statisticians of the Centuries]. Chance, 15(3), 37-39.

Bodner, T. (2001). Teaching quantitative sections: Lessons from Michelangelo and Sigmund Freud. In M. Winkelmes, & J. Wilkinson (Eds.), Voices of Experience: Observations by Senior Teaching Fellows at Harvard University. New York: Peter Lang Inc.