Scott Schieman & Paul Glavin, 2017 “Ironic Flexibility: When Normative Role Blurring Undermines the Benefits of Schedule Control”

Atsushi Narisada & Scott Schieman, 2016 “Underpaid but Satisfied: The Protective Functions of Security”

Jonathan Koltai & Scott Schieman, 2015 “Job Pressure and SES-contingent Buffering”

Marisa Young & Scott Schieman, 2012 “When Hard Times Take a Toll: The Distressing Consequences of Economic Hardship and Life Events Within the Family-Work Interface”

Paul Glavin & Scott Schieman, 2012 “Work–Family Role Blurring and Work–Family Conflict”

Scott Schieman & Paul Glavin, 2011 “Education and Work-Family Conflict: Explanations, Contingencies and Mental Health Consequences”

Scott Schieman & Marisa Young, 2011 “Economic Hardship and Family-to-Work Conflict: The Importance of Gender and Work Conditions”

Paul Glavin, Scott Schieman & Sarah Reid, 2011 “Boundary-Spanning Work Demands and Their Consequences for Guilt and Psychological Distress”

Scott Schieman & Marisa Young, 2010 “Is There a Downside to Schedule Control for the Work-Family Interface?”

Scott Schieman & Marisa Young, 2010 “The demands of creative work: Implications for stress in the work–family interface”

Scott Schieman & Paul Glavin, 2009 “When Work Interferes With Life: Work-Nonwork Interference and the Influence of Work-Related Demands and Resources”

Scott Schieman & Sarah Reid, 2009 “Job authority and health: Unraveling the competing suppression and explanatory influences”

Scott Schieman & Paul Glavin, 2008 “Trouble at the Border?: Gender, Flexibility at Work, and the Work-Home Interface”

Scott Schieman & Gabriele Plickert, 2008 “How Knowledge is Power: Education and the Sense of Control”

Scott Schieman & Sarah Reid, 2008 “Job Authority and Interpersonal Conflict in the Workplace”