Philip J. Badawy & Scott Schieman, 2020 “Controlling or Channeling Demands? How Schedule Control influences the Link between Job Pressure and the Work-Family Interface”

Philip J. Badawy & Scott Schieman, 2020 “With Greater Power Comes Greater Stress? Authority, Supervisor Support, and Work-Family Strains”

Philip J. Badawy & Scott Schieman, 2019 “When Family Calls: How Gender, Money, and Care Shape the Relationship between Family Contact and Family-to-Work Conflict”

Scott Schieman, Leah Ruppanner & Melissa A. Milkie, 2017 “Who Helps with Homework? Parenting Inequality and Relationship Quality Among Employed Mothers and Fathers”

Marisa Young & Scott Schieman, 2017 “Scaling Back and Finding Flexibility: Gender Differences in Parents’ Strategies to Manage Work-Family Conflict”

Scott Schieman & Paul Glavin, 2015 “The Pressure-Status Nexus and Blurred Work-Family Boundaries”

Paul Glavin & Scott Schieman, 2014 “Control in the Face of Uncertainty: Is Job Insecurity a Challenge to the Mental Health Benefits of Control Beliefs?”

Scott Schieman & Atsushi Narisada, 2014 “In Control or Fatalistically Ruled? The Sense of Mastery among Working Canadians”

Scott Schieman & Marisa Young, 2014 “Who Engages in Work–Family Multitasking? A Study of Canadian and American Workers”

Scott Schieman & Marisa Young, 2013 “Are communications about work outside regular working hours associated with work-to-family conflict, psychological distress and sleep problems?”

Marissa Young, Scott Schieman & Melissa A. Milkie, 2013 “Spouse’s Work-to-Family Conflict, Family Stressors, and Mental Health among Dual-Earner Mothers and Fathers”