LOSING SLEEP OVER INJUSTICE: PREVENTATIVE AND THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF INTERACTIONAL JUSTICE TRAINING ON INSOMNIAC REACTIONS TO UNDERPAYMENT INEQUITY
Thursday, November 13, 2008 @ 4:00 pm
Burkle Building– Room 16
Claremont Graduate University
Claremont Graduate University is proud to host a talk by distinguished professor and researcher in organizational psychology, Dr. Jerald Greenberg.
DR. JERALD GREENBERG, RAND CORPORATION will be introducing his research on how insomnia and its adverse reactions to workplace stressors are mitigated by training the supervisors of employees encountering potentially stressful stimuli in ways of enhancing perceptions of interactional justice. His studies reveal the therapeutic benefits of interactional justice training and reports more pronounced effects when training is preventative in nature. Prof. Greenberg discusses the theoretical implications of these findings, such as for arousal theories of stress, and the potential practical applications for promoting workplace health.
Everyone is welcome to attend. The talk will be followed by a Q&A session and a wine and cheese gathering downstairs in the Burkle building.
For more information, call (909) 607-9016.