PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCHER'S WORK FEATURED IN ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION, COX NEWS SERVICE
Associate professor of psychology Debra Major's research on stress encountered by working mothers was the subject of a Saturday story in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which was subsequently incorporated into the national offerings of Cox News Service.
In the story, business reporter Tammy Joyner said Major's research pointed out "what career-minded mothers already know: Women with families pay a heavy price at home for having a good working relationship with the boss."
Major's study said plum assignments, carte-blanche flexibility and open-door access to one's supervisor often have trade-offs in the form of late nights in the office and weekend homework, cutting into family time, according to the story.
Cox News Service is a division of Cox Media, the parent company of Cox Cable and 18 newspapers nationwide, including the Dayton Daily News and the Journal-Constitution.
This article was posted on: March 27, 2000
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