Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Ph.D., Harvard University, 1964; Clinical Psychology
  • M.A., Harvard University, 1962; Clinical Psychology
  • B.A., Queens College, New York, 1959 (with honors); Psychology

Current Positions

  • Research Professor, Graduate School of Social Work, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
  • Senior Scientist, Women’s Studies Research Center, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
  • Psychotherapist (private practice - individuals, couples, groups)
  • Research Professor, Graduate School of Social Work, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
  • Advisory Board, Sloan Work and Family Research Network, Boston College, Newton, MA
  • Senior Scientist, Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
  • Psychotherapist (private practice - individuals, couples, groups)

Professional Experience

  • 1999-2008 Director, Community, Families & Work Program, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
  • 1999-2001 Senior Fellow in Residence, Henry A. Murray Research Center, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
  • 1999 Consultant, General Internal Medicine Group, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
  • 1995-1999 Senior Scholar in Residence, Murray Research Center, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA
  • 1995-1997 Consultant, General Internal Medicine Group, Boston University Medical Center, Boston, MA
  • 1993-1995 Visiting Scholar, Henry A. Murray Research Center, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA
  • 1994-1995 Fellow, Public Policy Institute, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA
  • 1982-1986 Supervising Clinical Associate, Boston Evening Medical Center, Boston, MA
  • 1979-2001 Instructor in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
  • 1979-1996 Senior Research Associate, Center for Research on Women, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
  • 1977-1980 Senior Research Associate and Adjunct Lecturer, Florence Heller Graduate School, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
  • 1973-1977 Research Associate, Radcliffe Institute, Cambridge, MA
  • 1972-1982 Psychotherapist, Boston Area Associates for Learning Therapies, Newton, MA
  • 1964-1972 Research Fellow, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
  • 1964-1973 Visiting Lecturer, School of Nursing, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
  • 1964-1965 Post-doctoral Fellow in Community Mental Health, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

Funded Grants

  • 2008-2018- Funds for 10 Annual Ann Richards' Invitational Gender and the Media Roundtables, Gary David Goldberg and Diana Meehan. Total Costs: $500,000.
  • 2008 - Sloan Officer's Grant, The One-Person Two-Job Family, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Total Cost: $45,000.
  • 2007-2009 - Principal Investigator, Sloan Workplace Flexiblity, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
  • 2006 - Principal Investigator, Workplace Flexibility, Team together with Harvard School of Public Health.
  • 2006 - Principal Investigator, Reducing Parental Concerns about After-School Time, Work/Family Directions, Inc. Total Costs: $90,000.
  • 2005-2006 - Principal Investigator, The Effect of Parental After-School Stress on Career Advancement, Catalyst. Total Costs: $108,940.
  • 2005-2008 - Subcontract Principal Investigator, Family-Responsive Workplaces; Low-Wage Employee Health, NIA/NICHD. Direct Costs: $77,878.
  • 2005-2007 - Principal Investigator, Issues for an Aging Workforce: Dependent Care Stress, Workplace Flexibility, and Employee Outcomes, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Total Costs: $392,097.
  • 2004-2007 - Principal Investigator, Mismatches Between Parent Work Schedules and the Systems on Which They Depend: The Scope of the Problem and What Workplaces Can Do to Help, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Total Costs: $341,551.
  • 2003-2004 - Principal Investigator, When Parents Work Long and Inflexible Hours: Parental After-school Stress and Related Job Disruptions, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Direct Costs: $42,000.
  • 2002-2003 - Principal Investigator, The Relationship between Total Family Work Hours and Stress Outcomes in Dual-earner Couples: A test of the Jacobs and Gerson Hypothesis, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Direct Costs: $32,258.         
  • 2002-2003 - Co-sponsor, Business and Professional Women, USA and Brandeis University Academic Conference.  Direct Costs: $45,000.
  • 2002-2003 - Principal Investigator, Managing the Travel Demands of All Members of Dual-Earner Families with Children. Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Direct Costs: $44,918.
  • 2001-2005 - "Annual Invitational Journalism-Work/Family Conference," Fleet Bank, Silverman Family Foundation, Inc., State Street Bank Foundation. Direct Costs: $240,000.
  • 2001-2004 - Principal Investigator, The Effects of Parental Work Schedules on Children's Socioemotional Well-Being: A Study of Dual-Earner Families with Shift-Working Mothers. Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Total Costs: $393,545.
  • 2001-2004 - "Annual Invitational Journalism-Work/Family Conference," Blue Cross Blue Shield. Direct Costs: $200,000.
  • 2000-2001 - Principal Investigator, Promoting Part-Time Career Opportunities. Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.  Direct Costs: $44,491.
  • 1999-2002 - Principal Investigator, Work Schedules and Health Outcomes in Women MDs and LPNs. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (OH03848). Total Costs: $604,141.
  • 1999 - Co-Principal Investigator, Change Over Time In Aspirations and Expectations of Undergraduates at the Seven Sisters College. Radcliffe College, Henry A. Murray Research Center. Total Costs: $56,000.
  • 1998 - Principal Investigator, When She Earns More Than He Does: A Longitudinal Study of Dual-Earner Couples.  Radcliffe College, Henry A. Murray Research Center. Total Costs: $4,500.
  • 1998-2002 - "Annual Invitational Journalism-Work/Family Conference," State Street Bank Foundation. Direct Costs: $500,000.
  • 1998 - Co-sponsor "Annual Invitational Journalism-Work/Family Conference," Missy Carter. Direct Costs: $50,000.
  • 1996-1997 - Principal Investigator, Burnout among Reduced-Hours Physicians in Dual-Earner Families. Massachusetts Medical Society. Total Costs: $5,000.
  • 1996-1999 - Co-Principal Investigator, "Dual-Earner Families and Reduced-Hours Career Paths in the Medical Profession." Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Total Costs: $608,795.
  • 5/96-9/96 - Principal Investigator, "Women's Part-time Work: Correlates and Consequences."  Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Total Costs: $5,000.
  • 7/95-12/95 - Principal Investigator, "Change in Job Experiences and Change in Psychological Distress within Full-Time Employed Dual-Earner Couples." Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Total Costs: $4,000.
  • 7/95-9/95 - Principal Investigator, "Toward a Review and Reconceptualization of the Work/Family  Literature." Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Total Costs: $28,683.
  • 1994-1995 - Principal Investigator, Gender, Participation in Child Care, Marital Satisfaction, and Psychological Distress: A Longitudinal Study of Dual-Earner Couples. Radcliffe College, Henry A.Murray Research Center. Total Costs: $3,000.    
  • 1988-1992 - Principal Investigator, "Family and Work Role Stress in Men." National Institute of Mental Health. Direct Costs: $663,954.
  • 1990-1991 - Principal Investigator, "Relationships Between Adult Daughters and Their Elderly Parents:  The Effects on the Health and Well-Being of the Elderly in the Community." The Medical Foundation, Boston, MA. Direct Costs: $57,800.
  • 1990-1991 - Principal Investigator, "Positive Spillover Effects:  A Closer Look." National Center for Management Research and Development, School of Business Administration, The University ofWestern Ontario, Canada.  Total Costs: $6,500.
  • 1989-1992 - Principal Investigator, "Correlates of Father Participation in Family Work." National Institute of Mental Health (MH 43222). Direct Costs: $195,382.
  • 1984-1988 - Principal Investigator, "Occupational Stress and Health of Women LPNs and LSWs." National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (OHO1968). Direct Costs: $585,729.
  • 1978-1980 - Co-Principal Investigator, "Women in the Middle Years." National Science Foundation, Radcliffe College, Henry A. Murray Research Center, and Time Inc. Total Costs: $200,049.
  • 1974-1977 - Principal Investigator, "Patterns of Competence in Preschool Girls: Antecedents and Correlates." NIMH Research Project (#34225). Direct Costs: $177,840.

Fellowships and Honors

  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Woodrow Wilson Honorary Fellowship
  • Recipient of the American Personnel and Guidance Association's Annual Award for Outstanding Research, 1972
  • Who's Who of American Women, Ninth Edition, 1975-1976
  • Radcliffe College Graduate Society Distinguished Achievement Medal, 1988
  • National Books for a Better Life Award, 1996
  • Best Paper Award: Journal of Organizational Behavior, 1997
  • ANBAR, Citation of Excellence, 1997
  • Goldsmith Research Award, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, 1999
  • 2000-2003 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Research on Work and Family nominee
  • Recipient of the One of the Top Five Downloaded Articles in Blackwell Synergy in 2005 Award
  • Who's Who of American Women, Twenty-Sixth Edition, 2007-08
  • Who's Who of American Women, Twenty-Seventh Edition, 2008-09
  • Anne Roe Award, 2008, Harvard University
  • Special Citation for Opinion paper “Confronting Gender Anxiety”, Education Week, retrieved from http://www.ewa.org/site/PageServer?pagename=contest_winners.
  • Rivers, C. and Barnett, R., received Special Citation for their Opinion Columns by the EWA National Reporting Contest.

The Anne Roe award is given in recognition of excellence in breaking down traditional stereotypes that thwart women's contributions.

  • Lifeprints: New patterns of love and work for today's women, was selected by the Sloan Work and Family Research Network as a "classic book" from the work-family canon that has made "a significant contribution and stood the test of time."
  • Academic Medicine's AM Classics, Association of American Medical Colleges, September, 2010

 AM Classics is a collection of articles published in Academic Medicine since 1990 that have been cited 50 or more times (according to the ISI Web of Science database).   Article, "Junior Faculty Members' Mentoring Relationships and Their Professional Development in US Medical Schools".

Dr. Barnett has been selected by the Families and Work Institute to receive the 2013 Work Life Legacy Award, "for individuals who had been pioneers in shaping the work life movement and who have and are continuing to make unique and enduring contributions."

 Professional Affiliations

  • American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • American Psychological Association (Fellow of Divisions 35 and 38)
  • American Psychological Society (Fellow)
  • American Society on Aging
  • Certified by Massachusetts Board of Certification in Psychology
  • The Council on Contemporary Families
  • The Gerontological Society of America
  • Industrial Relations Research Association
  • National Council for Family Relations

Additional Professional Activities

Editorial Board

  • Journal of Occupational Health Psychology

Consulting Editor

  • Journal of Family Psychology

Reviewer of Books

  • H-Net Book Review

Reviewer of Journal Articles

  • American Public Health Association
  • Human Relations
  • Industrial Relations
  • Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
  • Journal of Family Issues
  • Journal of Health Psychology
  • Journal of Marriage and the Family
  • Journal of Occupational Behavior
  • Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
  • Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments
  • Psychological Bulletin
  • Psychological Reports
  • Psychology of Women Quarterly
  • Sex Roles
  • Work & Stress Journal

Reviewer of Research Proposals

  • National Science Foundation
  • National Institutes of Health
  • Murray Research Center
  • Biomedical Research Support Grants, Wellesley College
  •  

    Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

WORK IN PROGRESS

 Books:

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Websites:

http://thetruthaboutgirlsandboys.com/

http://www.gendermatters.net/


On-Line Publications:   

 Barnett, R. (2011). WFRN Open Access Repository, Sloan Network.

Barnett, R. (2011). Multiple Roles andd Quality of Life. Encyclopedia of quality of life research, Springer Publications. 

Publications: Books

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R.C. (2013, in press). The New Soft War on Women: How the myth of the Female Ascendence is hurting women, men, and our economy.  New York: Tarcher/Penguin

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (paperback-in press). Truth about girls & boys; Challenging toxic stereotypes about our children, New York, Columbia University Press

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2012). Truth about girls & boys; Challenging toxic stereotypes about our children, New York, Columbia University Press

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2004). Same difference: How gender myths are hurting our relationships, our children, and our jobs. New York: Basic Books.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (1998). She works/he works: How two-income families are happier, healthier and better off,  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Barnett, R. C., Biener, L., & Baruch, G. K. (Eds.). (1987). Gender and stress. New York: Free Press.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (in progress). You go girl! But not too fast!

Baruch, G., Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (1985). Lifeprints: New patterns of love and work for today's women. New York: Signet.

Selected by the Sloan Work and Family Research Network as a "classic book" from the work-family canon that has made "a significant contribution and stood the test of time."

Rivers, C., Barnett, R. C., & Baruch, G. K. (1979). Beyond sugar and spice. New York: G.P. Putnam's.

Rivers, C. & Barnett, R.C. (in press) The truth about boys and girls, New York: Columbia University Press.

Barnett, R., and Baruch, G.K. (1978). The competent woman: Perspectives on socialization. New York: Irvington/Halstead.

Tagiuri, R., Lawrence, P. R., Barnett, R. C., & Dunphy, D. (1968). Behavioral science concepts in case analysis: The relationship of ideas to management action. Boston: Division of Research, Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University.

Publications: Chapters

 2009

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2009). Mothers' shiftwork: effects on mothers, fathers, and children. In D. R. Crane & E. S. Marshall (Eds.), Handbook of families and health: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Provo, UT: Sage

Barnett, R. C., & Sabattini, L. (2009). A short history of women in science: From stone walls to invisible walls. In American Enterprise Institute (Ed.), The Science on women and science. Washington, DC.

2008

Barnett, R. C. (2008). On multiple roles: Past, present & future. In K. Korabik, D. Lero & D. L. Whitehead (Eds.), Handbook of work and family integration: Research, theory, and best practices (pp. 75-93). Boston: Academic Press.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2008). Community: The critical missing link in work-family research. In A. Marcus-Newhall, D. F. Halpern & S. J. Tan (Eds.), Changing realities of work and family: A multidisciplinary approach (pp. 71-84). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2008). Dual-earner couples: Good/bad for her and/or him? In D. F. Halpern & S. Murphy (Eds.), From Work-Family Balance to Work-Family Integration: Changing the Metaphor (pp. 151-171). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2008). The difference myth. In B. Rendtorff & A. Prengel (Eds.), Jahrbuch Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung in der Erziehungswissenschaft Kinder und ihr Geschlecht (Vol. 4, pp. 27-32). Leverkusen, Opladen: Verlag Barbara Budrich.

Barnett, R. C., Shulkin, S., Gareis, K. C., & Kopko, K. A. (2008). After-school care and work-life issues. In S. Sweet & J. Casey (Eds.), Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia. Chestnut Hill, MA: Sloan Work and Family Research Network. Available at http://wfnetwork.bc.edu/encyclopedia_entry.php?id=13176&area=All.

Rosenzweig, J. M., Barnett, R. C., Huffstutter, K. J., & Stewart, L. M. (2008). Work-life integration: History, theory, and strategy. In J. M. Rosenzweig & E. M. Brennan (Eds.), Work, life and the mental health system of care: A guide for professionals supporting families of children with emotional or behavioral disorders (pp. 89-115). Baltimore, MD: Paul Brookes Publishing Co.

2007

Barnett, R. C. (2007). Women, leadership and the natural order. In B. Kellerman & D. L. Rhode (Eds.), Women & leadership: The state of play and strategies for change (1st ed., pp. 149-174). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2007, January). Men are from earth, and so are women. In L. G. Kirszner & S. R. Mandell (Eds.), The Blair Reader: Exploring Contemporary Issues (6th ed., pp. 408-413). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

2006

Barnett, R. C. (2006). Family structure and access to family-friendly social policies: Single earner versus dual-earner families. In T. Fitzpatrick, H. J. Kwon, N. Manning, J. Midgley & G. Pascall (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Social Policy. London: Routledge Ltd.

Barnett, R. C. (2006). Relationship of the number and distribution of work hours to health and quality-of-life (qol) outcomes. In P. L. Perrewe & D. C. Ganster (Eds.), Research in occupational stress and well being (Vol. 5, pp. 99-138). New York: Elsevier Ltd.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2006). Role theory perspectives on work and family. In M. Pitt-Catsouphes, E. E. Kossek & S. Sweet (Eds.), The work and family handbook: Multi-disciplinary perspectives and approaches (pp. 209-221). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2006, March). Biology, destiny, and bad science. In K. Finsterbusch (Ed.), Annual editions: Social problems 06/07, thirty-fourth edition: McGraw-Hill Contemporary Learning Series.

2000-2005

Barnett, R. C. (2005). Dual-earner couples: Good/bad for her and/or him? In D. F. Halpern & S. E. Murphy (Eds.), From work-family balance to work-family interaction: Changing the metaphor. (pp. 151-171). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Barnett, R. C. (2003). Reduced hours work/part-time work. Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia. 

Barnett, R. C. (2002). Gender, social roles, and mental and physical health. In G. Weidner, M. S. Kopp, & M. Kristenson (Eds.), Heart disease: Environment, stress and gender (Vol. 327, pp. 211-222). Amsterdam, Netherlands: IOS Press.

Barnett, R. C. (2002). Role stress/strain and work-family. Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia. 

Barnett, R. C. (2001). Work-family balance. In J. Worell (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Gender (pp. 1181-1190). San Diego: Academic Press.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2002). The New Nostalgia. In G. Goshgarian (Ed.), The contemporary reader (7th ed., pp. 319-318). New York: Longman.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2000). Work and family life: Liberal/Feminist: Ozzie and Harriet are dead. In N. V. Benokraitis (Ed.), Feuds about families: Conservative, centrist, liberal, and feminist perspectives (pp. 258-262). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Bickel, J., Carr, P. L., Barnett, R., Szalacha, L. A., Caswell, C., & Inui, T. S. (2003). The cumulative career disadvantages facing women faculty. In P. L. Carr, J. Bickel & T. A. Inui (Eds.), Taking root in a forest clearing: A resource guide for medical faculty. Boston.

1990-1999

Barnett, R. C. (1998) Gender, job stress and illness. In J. M. Stellman (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Occupational Health and Safety (4th ed., Vol. 1, pp. 34.49-34.51) Geneva, Switzerland: International Labour Office.

Barnett, R. C. (1997) Gender, employment, and psychological well-being: Historical and life course perspective. In M. E. Lachman & J. B. James (Eds.). Multiple paths of midlife development (pp. 325-343). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Barnett, R. C. (1994). Women and work. In P. Sarrell and L. Sarrell (Eds.). Realities of midlife in women (pp. 49-54). London: Wells Medical Limited.

Barnett, R. C. (1993). Multiple roles, gender, and psychological distress. In L. Goldberger, & S. Breznitz (Eds.), Handbook of stress: Theoretical and clinical aspects (2nd Edition) (pp. 427-445). New York: Free Press.

Barnett, R. C., & Marshall, N. L. (1991). The relationship between women's work and family roles and their subjective well-being and psychological distress. In M. Frankenhaeuser, U. Lundberg, & M. Chesney (Eds.), Women, work and health: Stress and opportunities (pp. 111-136). New York: Plenum.

Marshall, N. L., & Barnett, R. C. (1994). Family-friendly workplaces, work-family interface, and worker health. In G. P. Keita & J..J. Hurrell, Jr. (Eds.), Job stress in a changing workforce: Investigating gender, diversity, and family issues (pp. 203-264). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Marshall, N. L., Barnett, R. C., Baruch, G. K., & Pleck, J. H. (1991). More than a job: Women and stress in caregiving occupations. In J. A. Levy, & H. Z. Lipide (Eds.), Current research on occupations and professions: Vol VI (pp. 61-81). Greenwich CT: JA Press Inc.

Marshall, N. L., Barnett, R. C., Baruch, G. K., & Pleck, J. H. (1990). Double jeopardy: The costs of caring at work and at home. In E. K. Abel, & M. K. Nelson (Eds.), Circles of care(pp. 266-277). Ithaca, NY: SUNY Press.

1980-1989

Barnett, R. C., & Baruch, G. K. (1988). Correlates of fathers' participation in family work. In P. Bronstein, & C. P. Cowan (Eds.), Fatherhood today: Men's changing role in the family(pp. 66-78). New York: Wiley.

Barnett, R. C., & Baruch, G. K. (1987). Mother's participation in child care: Patterns and consequences. In F. J. Crosby (Ed.), Spouse, parent, worker: On gender and multiple roles(pp. 91-108). New Haven: Yale University Press.

Barnett, R. C., & Baruch. G. K. (1987). Social roles, gender and psychological distress. In R. C. Barnett, L. Biener, & G. K. Baruch (Eds.), Gender and stress (pp. 122-143). New York: Free Press.

Barnett, R. C. (1985). Women, work and stress: Another look. In M. D. McFeely (Ed.), The women's annual (pp. 118-133). Boston: G. K. Hall.

Barnett, R. C. (1984). The anxiety of the unknown - choice, risk, responsibility: Therapeutic issues for today's adult women. In G. Baruch & J. Brooks-Gunn (Eds.), Women in midlife (Women in Context Series, pp. 341-357). New York: Plenum.

Barnett, R. C., & Baruch, G. K. (1984). Mastery and pleasure: A two-factor model of well-being of women in the middle years. In L. Stamm, & D. C. Ryff (Eds.), Social power and influence of women (pp. 99-113). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Barnett, R. C., & Baruch, G. K. (1980). Towards economic independence: Women's involvement in multiple roles. In D. G. McGuigan (Ed.), Women's lives: New theory, research and policy (pp. 69-83). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Baruch, G. K., & Barnett, R. C. (1987). Role quality and psychological well-being. In F. J. Crosby (Ed.), Spouse, parent, worker: On gender and multiple roles (pp. 63-73). New Haven: Yale University Press.

Baruch, G. K., & Barnett, R. C. (1980). On the well-being of adult women. In L. A. Bond, & J. C. Rosen (Eds.), Competence and coping during adulthood (pp. 240-257). Hanover, NH: University Press of New England.

1979

Barnett, R. C., & Baruch, G. K. (1979). Career competence and the well-being of adult women. In B. A. Gutek (Ed.), New directions for education, work, and careers: Enhancing women's career development (pp. 95-101). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Publications: Papers and Monographs

 2012

 

Barnett, R. C., Brennan, R. T., Gareis, K. C., Ertel, K. A., Berkman, L. F., & Almeida, D. M. (2012) Expanding Conservation of Resources theory: Work-family conflict as a mediator. Community, Work, and Family. 15(2), 131

 Barnett, R. & Rivers, C. (2012) For math gender equity is a win-win, Charlotte Observer, retrieved from http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/01/28/2965360/for-math-gender-equity-is-a-win.html#storylink=misearch

Barnett, C. & Rivers, C. (2012) Don't call women the richer sex, The Daily Beast, retrieved from http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/04/28/don-t-call-women-the-richer-sex.html

Barnett, C. & Rivers, C. (2012) For math, gender equity is a win-win, retrieved from http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/01/28/2965360/for-math-gender-equity-is-a-win.html

 Goodrich, J., (2011) Rethinking Venus and Mars, Book Review, MS. Magazine, 21(3)

Nelson, Colleen McCain, (2012, March 23) Point person: Our Q&A with Rosalind Barnett on gender bias, DallasNews.com, retrieved from http://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/columnists/point-person/20120323-point-person-our-qa-with-rosalind-barnett-on-gender-bias.ece

Rivers, C. & Barnett, R., (2012) Junking 'junk' science, Huff Post, retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/caryl-rivers/junking-junk-science_b_1728535.html

 Rivers, C. & Barnett, R., (2012) Guys get ahead in 'pink collar' industries, Womens eNews retreived from: http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2012/06/05/Guys-get-ahead-in-pink-collar-industries/WEN-5471338913038/#axzz2DGVHL9vp

 Rivers, C. & Barnett, R., (2012) New research: How girls can win in math and science, The Daily Beast, retrieved from http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/01/11/new-research-how-girls-can-win-in-math-and-science.html

Rivers, C. & Barnett, R., (2012) Atlantic stirs another sideline scuffle over moms, Womens eNews retrieved from: http://womensenews.org/story/media-stories/120626/atlantic-stirs-another-sideline-scuffle-over-moms#.ULJzlfV22So

2011

Barnett, R. and Rivers, C. (2011). The looming male backlash. The Daily Beast.

Barnett, R. & Rivers, C.  (2011, Jan/Feb) The children of feminism, Women's Review of Books, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p6-7

Barnett, R. & Rivers, C. (2011, Jul/Aug), No blank slates, Women's Review of Books, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p23-25

Rivers, C. & Barnett, R., (2012) New research: How girls can win in math and science, The Daily Beast, retrieved from http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/01/11/new-research-how-girls-can-win-in-math-and-science.html

Rivers, C. & Barnett R. (2011, December 4) Women are aggressors in household violence too, Women’s ENews, Retrieved from http://www.womensenews.org/story/books/111203/women-are-aggressors-in-household-violence-too

Rivers, C. & Barnett R. (2011, December) How the news media peddle junk science, AJR, December 2011/January 2012 Issue, retrieved from http://www.ajr.org/article_printable.asp?id=5212

Rivers, C. & Barnett R. (2011) Ms Magazine blog, retrieved from https://msmagazine.com/blog/2011/1215/is-there-a-girl-brain\

 2010

Barnett, R. C., Brennan, R. T., Gareis, K. C., Ertel, K. A., Berkman, L. F., & Almeida, D. M. (in press) Expanding Conservation of Resources theory: Work-family conflict as a mediator. Community, Work, and Family.

Barnett, R. (2010). Women at work: By the numbers. ReSearch ezine, 1(2). Retrieved from http://www.dcsf.gov.uk/research/data/uploadfiles/RR636.pdf

Barnett, R., Gareis, K., & Brennan, R., (2010), School and school activity schedules affect the quality of family relations: A within-couple analysis. Community Work & Family, 13(1), 35-41.

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K. C., Sabattini, L., & Carter, N. M., (2010), Parental Concerns about After-School Time: Antecedents and correlates among dual-earner parents. Manuscript submitted to Journal of Family Issues, 31(5), 606-625.

2009

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2009). Does community resource fit matter to fathers? A study of employed fathers, school and school activity schedules, and well-being. Journal of Family Issues, 30(7), 1001-1006.

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K. C., & Brennan, R. T. (2009). Reconsidering work time: A longitudinal within-couple analysis. Community, Work & Family, 12, 105-133.

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K. C., Gordon, J. R., & Brennan, R. T. (2009). Usable flexibility, employees' concerns about elders, gender, and job withdrawal. The Psychologist-Manager Journal, 12, 1-22.

Gareis, K. C., Barnett, R. C., & Ertel, K. A., & Berkman, L. F. (2009) Work-family enrichment and conflict: Additive effects, buffering, or balance? Journal of Marriage and Family, 71(3), 696-707.

2008

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K. C., & Brennan, R. T. (2008). Wives' shift work schedules and husbands' and wives' well-being in dual-earner couples with children: A within-couple analysis. Journal of Family Issues, 29(3), 396-422.

Gareis, K. C., & Barnett, R. (2008). The development of a new measure for work-family research: Community resource fit (CRF). Community, Work & Family, 11, 273-282.

2007

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2007). Shiftwork, parenting behaviors, and children's socioemotional well-being: A within-family study. Journal of Family Issues, 28(6), 727-748.

Barnett, R. C., & Hall, T. (2007). The silver lining in shiftwork: Can your organization take advantage of it. Organizational Dynamics, 36(4), 404-417.

Sarfaty, S., Kolb, D., Barnett, R. C., Szalacha, L., Caswell, C., Inui, T., et al. (2007). Negotiation in academic medicine: A necessary career skill. Journal of Women's Health, 16(2), 235-244.

2006

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2006). Parental after-school stress and psychological well-being. Journal of Marriage and Family, 68, 101-108.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2006). Antecedents and correlates of parental after-school stress: Exploring a newly identified work-family stressor. American Behavioral Scientist, 49, 1382-1399.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2006). The Mars and Venus myth. Psychotherapy Networker, (May/June), 50-55, 72.

2005

Barnett, R. C. (2005). Ageism and sexism in the workplace. A double whammy for older women. Generations, 29, 25-30.

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K. C., & Carr, P. L. (2005). Career satisfaction and retention of a sample of women physicians who work reduced hours. Journal of Women's Health, 14, 146-153.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2005). Biology, destiny, and bad science. Dissent, 52(3), 70-75.

Barnett, R. C., Steptoe, A., & Gareis, K.C. (2005). Marital-role quality and stress-related psychobiological indicators. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 30, 36-43.

2004

Barnett, R. C. (2004). Women and multiple roles: Myths and reality. Harvard Review of Psychiatry, 12(3), 158-164.

Barnett, R. C. (2004). Women and work: Where are we, where did we come from, and where are we going? Journal of Social Issues, 60(4), 667-674.

Barnett, R. C., Gordon, J. R.., Gareis, K. C., & Morgan, C. (2004). Unintended consequences of job redesign: Psychological contract violations and turnover intentions among full-time and reduced-hours MDs and LPNs. Community, Work & Family, 7(2), 227-246. Abstract

Hartwell, J. K., Barnett, R. C., & Borgatti, S. (2004). Medical managers' belief about reduced-hour physicians. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 18(4), 268-272.

2003

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K.C., James, J.B., & Steele, J (2003). Planning ahead: College seniors' concerns about career-marriage conflict. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 62, 305-319.

Carr, P. L., Gareis, K. C., & Barnett, R. C. (2003). Characteristics and outcomes for women physicians who work reduced-hours. Journal of Women's Health, 12(4), 399-405.

Carr, P. L., Szalacha, L., Barnett, R., Caswell, C., & Inui, T. (2003). A "Ton of feathers": Gender discrimination in academic medical careers and how to manage it. Journal of Women's Health, 12(10), 1009-1018.

Gareis, K. C., Barnett, R. C., & Brennan, R. T. (2003). Individual and crossover effects of work schedule fit: A within-couple analysis. Journal of Marriage and Family, 65 (4), 1041-1054. (Paper nominated for the 2003 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research and indexed in BLPES (2003). International bibliography of sociology (vol. LIII 2003). London: Routledge.)

2002

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2002). Full-time and reduced-hours work schedules and marital quality: A study of women physicians with young children. Work and Occupations, 29, 364-379.

Gareis, K. C., & Barnett, R. C. (2002). Under what conditions do long work hours affect psychological distress? A study of full-time and reduced-hours female doctors. Work and Occupations, 29, 483-497.

Steele, J., James, J. B., & Barnett, R. C. (2002). Learning in a man's world: Examining the perceptions of undergraduate women in male-dominated academic areas. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 26, 46-50.

2001

Barnett, R. C., & Hall, D. T. (2001). How to use reduced hours to win the war for talent.Organizational Dynamics, 29(3), 192-210.

Barnett, R. C., & Hyde, J.S. (2001). Women, men, work and family: A new theoretical view.The American Psychologist, 56(10), 781-796.

Brennan, R. T., Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2001). When she earns more than he does: A longitudinal study of dual-earner couples. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 63, 168-182. (Paper nominated and ranked in the top twenty for the 2001 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research and indexed in BLPES (2001). International bibliography of sociology (vol. LI 2001). London: Routledge.)

2000

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2000). Reduced-hours employment: The relationship between difficulty of trade-offs and quality of life. Work and Occupations,27(2), 168-187. (Named in 2012 as one of Work and Occupations top 50 most-cited articles).

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2000). Reduced-hours job-role quality and life satisfaction among married women physicians with children. Psychology of Women Quarterly,24, 358-364.

Carr, P. L., Ash, A. S., Friedman, R. H., Szalacha, L., Barnett, R. C., Palepu, A., & Moskowitz, M. M. (2000). Faculty perceptions of gender discrimination and sexual harassment in Academic Medicine. Annals of Internal Medicine, 132(11), 889-896.

Lundgren, L., & Barnett, R. C. (2000). Reduced-hour careers in medicine: A strategy for the professional community and the family. Community, Work and Family, 3(1), 65-79.

MacDermid, S. M., Barnett, R., Crosby, F., Greenhaus, J., Koblenz, M., Marks, S., Perry-Jenkins, M., Voydanoff, P., Wethington, E., & Sabbatini-Bunch, L. (2000). The measurement of work/life tension: Recommendations of a virtual think tank. Boston, MA: Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

1999

Barnett, R. C. (1999). A new work-life model for the twentieth century. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 562, 143-158.

Barnett, R. C., Brennan, R. T., & Gareis, K. C. (1999). A closer look at the measurement of burnout. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 4(2), 65-78.

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K. C., & Brennan, R. T. (1999). Fit as a mediator of the relationship between work hours and burnout. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 4(4), 307-317.

1998

Barnett, R. C. (1998). Toward a review and reconceptualization of the work/family literature. Genetic, Social and General Psychology Monographs, 124(2), pp. 125-184.

Barnett, R. C., & Brennan, R. T. (1998). Change in job conditions and change in psychological distress within couples: A study of crossover effects. Women and Health: Research on Gender, Behavior, and Policy, 4(4), 313-339.

Barnett, R. C., Carr, P., Boisnier, A. D., Ash, A., Friedman, R. H., Moskowitz, M. A., & Szalacha, L. (1998). Relationships of gender and career motivation to medical faculty members' production of academic publications. Academic Medicine, 73(2), 180-186.

Barnett, R. C., & Lundgren, L. (1998). Dual-earner couples and the decision to work less: A conceptual model. Community, Work and Family, 1(3), 273-296.

Brennan, R. T., & Barnett, R. C. (1998). Negative affectivity: How serious a threat to self-report studies of psychological distress? Women's Health: Research on Gender, Behavior, and Policy, 4(4), 369-383.

Carr, P. L., Ash, A. S., Friedman, R. H., Scaramucci, A., Barnett, R. C., Szalacha, L., Palepu, A., & Moskowitz, M. A. (1998). The relationship of family responsibilities and gender to the productivity and career satisfaction of medical faculty. Annals of Internal Medicine,129(7), 532-538.

James, J. B., Barnett, R. C., & Brennan, R. T. (1998). The psychological effects of work experiences and disagreements about gender-role beliefs in dual earner couples: A longitudinal study. Women's Health: Research on Gender, Behavior, and Policy 4(4), 341-368.

Ozer, E. M., Barnett, R. C., Brennan, R. T., & Sperling, J. (1998). Does childcare involvement increase or decrease distress among dual-earner couples? Women's Health: Research on Gender, Behavior, and Policy 4(4), 285-311.

Palepu, A., Friedman, R. H., Barnett, R. C., Carr, P. L., Ash, A. S., Szalacha, L., & Moskowitz, M. A. (1998). Junior faculty members' mentoring relationships and their professional development in U.S. medical schools. Academic Medicine, 73(3), 318-323.

1997

Barnett, R. C. (1997). How our paradigms shape the stories we tell: Paradigm shifts in the study of gender and health. Journal of Social Issues, 53(2), 351-368.

Barnett, R .C. , & Brennan, R. T. (1997). Change in job conditions, change in psychological distress, and gender: A longitudinal study of dual-earner couples. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 18, 253-274. Awarded "Best Paper of 1997" by the Journal of Organizational Behaviour. Also awarded "Citation of Excellence, Highest Quality Rating" by ANBAR Electronic Intelligence.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (1997). Bashing working families. Dissent, (Fall), 13-15.

Barnett, R. C., & Shen, Y. C. (1997). Gender, high- and low-schedule-control housework tasks, and psychological distress: A study of dual-earner couples. Journal of Family Issues, 18(4), 403-428. (Named in 2012 as one of Journal of Family Issues top 50 most-cited articles).

Glantz, K., Durlach, N. I., Barnett, R. C., & Aviles, W. A. (1997). Virtual reality and psychotherapy: Opportunities and challenges. Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 6(1), 87-105.

Glantz. K., Durlach, N. I., Barnett, R. C. & Aviles, W. (1997). Virtual reality (VR) for psychotherapy: From the physical to the social environment. Journal of Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice and Treatment, 33(3), 464-473.

Marshall, N. L., Barnett, R. C., & Sayer, A. (1997). The changing workforce, job stress and psychological distress. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 2, 99-107.

1996

Barnett, R. C. (1996). The good news is the bad news was wrong: Re-examining gender-bending roles in the 1990's. Compensation & Benefits Journal, Spring, 43-50.

Palepu, A., Friedman, R. H., & Barnett, R. C. (1996). Medical faculty with mentors are more satisfied. Journal of General Internal Medicine, (11 Supplement) 5107.

1995

Barnett, R. C. (1995). Will stress caused by corporate downsizing hurt companies in the long run? CQ Researcher, 5, 796.

Barnett, R. C. , & Brennan, R. T. (1995). The relationship between job experiences and psychological distress: A structural equation approach. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 16, 259-276.

Barnett, R. C., Brennan, R. T., Raudenbush, S. W., Pleck, J. H., & Marshall, N. L. (1995). Change in job and marital experiences and change in psychological distress: A longitudinal study of dual-earner couples. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,69, 839-850. Listed in International Bibilography of Social Sciences: Sociology. London: Routledge, 1995.

Raudenbush, S. W., Brennan, R. T., & Barnett, R. C. (1995). A multivariate hierarchical linear model for studying psychological change within marital couples. Journal of Family Psychology, 9, 161-174.

1994

Barnett, R. C. (1994). Home-to-work spillover revisited: A study of full-time employed women in dual-earner couples. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 56, 647-656.

Barnett, R. C., Brennan, R. T., & Marshall, N. L. (1994). Gender and the relationship between parent-role quality and psychological distress: A study of men and women in dual-earner couples. Journal of Family Issues, 15, 229-247.

Barnett, R. C., Brennan, R. T., Raudenbush, S. W., & Marshall, N. L. (1994). Gender, and the relationship between marital-role quality and psychological distress: A study of dual-earner couples. Psychology of Women Quarterly,18, 105-127.

Barnett, R. C., Sayer, A., & Marshall, N. L. (1994). Gender, job rewards, job concerns and psychological distress: A study of dual-earner couples. (Working Paper No. 270). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

1993

Barnett, R. C., & Marshall, N. L. (1993). Men, family-role quality, job-role quality and physical health. Health Psychology, 12(1), 48-55.

Barnett, R. C., Marshall, N. L., Raudenbush, S., & Brennan, R. (1993). Gender and the relationship between job experiences and psychological distress: A study of dual-earner couples. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 65(5), 794-806.

Marshall, N. L., & Barnett, R. C. (1993). Work-family strains and gains among two-earner couples. Journal of Community Psychology, 21, 64-78.

Marshall, N. L., & Barnett, R. C. (1993). Variations in job strain across nursing and social work specialties. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 3(4), 261-271.

1992

Barnett, R. C. (1992). Gender, multiple roles and psychological distress. (Working Paper No. 248). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Barnett, R. C. (1992). Women in management today. (Working Paper No. 249). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Barnett, R. C.,& Marshall, N. L. (1992). Men's job and partner roles: Spillover effects and psychological distress. Sex Roles, 27(9/10), 455-472.

Barnett, R. C., & Marshall, N. L. (1992). Worker and mother roles, spillover effects, and psychological distress. Women and Health, 18(2), 9-40.

Barnett, R. C. Marshall, N. L., & Pleck, J. H. (1992). Men's multiple roles and their relationship to men's psychological distress. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 54(2), 358-367.

Barnett, R. C., Marshall, N. L., & Pleck, J. H. (1992). Adult son-parent relationships and their associations with sons' psychological distress. Journal of Family Issues, 13(4), 505-525.

Barnett, R. C., Marshall, N. L., & Sayer, A. (1992). Positive-spillover effects from job to home: A closer look. Women and Health, 19(2/3), 13-41.

Barnett, R. C., Marshall, N. L., & Singer, J. D. (1992). Job experiences over time, multiple roles, and women's mental health: A longitudinal study. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 62(4), 634-644.

Barnett, R. C., Pleck, J.H., & Marshall, N. L. (1992). The relationship between the birth of a child and change in psychological distress in women in dual-earner couples: A preliminary study. (Working Paper No. 251). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Marshall, N. L., & Barnett, R. C. (1992). Work-related support among women in caregiving occupations. Journal of Community Psychology, 20(1), 36-42.

Marshall, N. L., & Barnett, R. C. (1992). Child care, division of labor and parental emotional well-being among two-earner couples. (Working Paper No. 252). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Pleck, J. H., Barnett, R. C., Brennan, R. T., & Raudenbush, S. W. (1992). Birth and change in marital-role quality. (Working Paper No. 254). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

1991

Barnett, R. C. (1991). The effects of women's outside employment: A review for clinical practitioners. (Working Paper No. 221). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Barnett, R. C., Davidson, H., & Marshall, N. L. (1991). Physical symptoms and the interplay of work and family roles. Health Psychology, 10, 94-101.

Barnett, R. C., Kibria, N., Baruch, G. K., & Pleck, J. H. (1991). Adult daughter-parent relationships and their associations with daughters' subjective well-being and psychological distress. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 53, 29-42.

Barnett, R .C., & Sherman, M. C. (1991). Relationships between older parents and their adult daughters and their influence on parents' health: A final project report. (Working Paper No. 238). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Marshall, N. L., & Barnett, R. C. (1991). Race, class, and multiple role strains and gains among women employed in the service sector. Women and Health, 17(4), 1-19.

Marshall, N. L., & Barnett, R. C. (1991). Work stress and alcohol use among women in the health industry: A longitudinal study. (Working Paper No. 239). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Marshall, N. L., & Barnett, R. C. (1991). Work stress and social support among women in helping professions. (Working Paper No. 240). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Marshall, N. L., Barnett, R. C., Baruch, G. K., & Pleck, J. H. (1991). More than a job: Women and stress in caregiving occupations. Current Research on Occupations and Professions, 6, 61-81.

1990

Barnett, R. C. (1990). Adult daughters and their mothers: Harmony or hostility? (Working Paper No. 209). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Barnett, R. C., & Davidson, H. (1990). Personal resources as moderators of the relationship between stress and mental health in working women. (Working Paper No. NC90-03). Ontario, Canada: National Center for Management Research and Development, School of Business Administration, The University of Western Ontario.

Kibria, N., Barnett, R. C., Baruch, G. K., Marshall, N. L., & Pleck, J. H. (1990). Homemaking-role quality and the psychological well-being and distress of employed women. Sex Roles, 22, 327-347.

Marshall, N. L., Barnett, R. C. & Sayer, A. (1990). Development of the job role quality scales: An application of confirmatory factor analysis. (Working Paper No. 207). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

1989

Barnett, R. C., & Marshall, N. L. (1989). Clarification of the role-quality concept. (Working Paper No. 192). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Barnett, R. C., & Marshall, N. L. (1989). Preliminary manual for the role-quality scales. Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women, Wellesley, MA.

Barnett, R. C., Marshall, N. L., & Davidson, H. (1989) Occupational stress and health of women LPN's and LSW's: Final Project Report. (Working Paper No. 202). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

1988

Barnett, R. C. (1988). On the relationship of adult daughters to their mothers. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 21, 37-50.

Barnett, R. C. (1988). Rewards and concerns in the employee role and their relationship to health outcomes. (Working Paper No. 185). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

1987

Barnett, R. C., & Baruch, G. K. (1987). Determinants of fathers' participation in family work.Journal of Marriage and the Family, 49, 29-40.

Baruch, G. K., Biener, L., & Barnett, R. C. (1987). Women and gender in research on work and family stress. American Psychologist, 42, 130-136.

1986

Baruch, G. K., & Barnett, R. C. (1986). Consequences of fathers' participation in family work: Parents' role-strain and well-being. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 51, 983-992.

Baruch, G. K., & Barnett, R. C. (1986). Fathers' participation in family work and children's sex role attitudes. Child Development, 57, 1210-1223.

Baruch, G. K., & Barnett, R. C. (1986). Role quality, multiple role involvement and psychological well-being in midlife women. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 51, 578-585.

1980-1985

Barnett, R. C. (1982). Multiple roles and well-being: Study of mothers of preschool age children. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 7, 175-178.

Barnett, R. C. (1981). Parental sex-role attitudes and childbearing values. Sex Roles, 7, 837-846.

Barnett, R. C. ,& Baruch, G.K. (1985). Women's involvement in multiple roles and psychological distress. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 49, 135-145.

Barnett, R. C., & Baruch, G. K. (1984). Mothers' participation in child care: Patterns and consequences. (Working Paper No. 137). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Baruch, G. K., & Barnett, R. C. (1983). Adult daughters' relationships with their mothers.Journal of Marriage and the Family, 45, 601-606.

Baruch, G. K., & Barnett, R. C. (1981). Competence-related behavior of preschool girls.Genetic Psychology Monographs, 103, 79-103.

Baruch, G. K., & Barnett R. C. (1981). Adult daughters' relationships with their mothers: The era of good feelings. (Working Paper No. 74. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women.

Baruch, G. K., & Barnett, R. C. (1981). Fathers' participation in the care of their preschool children. Sex Roles, 7, 1043-1055.

1970-1979

Barnett, R. C. (1975). Sex differences and age trends in occupational preference and occupational prestige. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 22, 35-38.

Barnett, R. C. (1971). Personality correlates of vocational planning. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 83, 309-356.

Barnett, R. C., & Baruch. G. K. (1978). Women in the middle years: A critique of research and theory. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 3, 187-197.

Barnett, R. C., & Baruch, G. K. (1976). Empirical literature on occupations and educational aspirations and expectations: A review. Journal Supplement Abstract Service Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, 6, 49.

Barnett, R. C., & Tagiuri, R. (1973). What young people think about managers. Harvard Business Review, 51, 106-118.

Select Articles Appearing in Popular Magazines, Electronic Media and Newspapers

2012

Rivers, C. & Barnett, R.C., (June, 2012) Are you working in a women dominated industry, retrieved from http://www.forbes.com/sites/womensenews/2012/06/05/are-you-working-in-a-women-dominated-industry/

Rivers, C. & Barnett, R.C. (2012, June) Atlantic stirs another sideline scuffle over moms, published in several publications: Women's eNews, Tustlaw, Bullfaz & Forbes.

 

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2012, June 18). 'Glass escalators' Move pink-collar guys ahead. Women's Enews,  Retrieved from http://womensenews.org/story/equal-payfair-wage/120601/glass-escalators-move-pink-collar-guys-ahead.



Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2012, June 6). Guys get ahead in 'pink collarr' industries. UPI.com,  Retrieved from http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2012/06/05/Guys-get-ahead-in-pink-collar-industries/WEN-5471338913038/#ixzz1x1WNlYIU

Rivers, C.. & Barnett, R., (2011) New research: How girls can win in math and science, The Daily Beast, retrieved from http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/01/11/new-research-how-girls-can-win-in-math-and-science.html

Rivers, C. & Barnett R. (2011, February 17) Why science doesn't support single-sex classes, Education Week, retrieved from http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2012/02/17/21barnett.h31.html?qs=rosalind+barnett

2011

Barnett, R. (2011). The looming male backlash. The Daily Beast. Barnett, R. & Rivers, C.  (2011). Book Review: The children of feminism. The Unfinished Revolution: How a New Generation is Reshaping Family, Work, and Gender in America, 

Women's Review of Books, 28(1)6.  Retrieved from http://ua8fx3jg4v.search.serialssolutions.com/directLink?&atitle=The%20Children%20of%20Feminism&author=Rosalind%20Barnett%3B%20Caryl%20Rivers&issn=07381433&title=The%20Women%27s%20Review%20of%20Books&volume=28&issue=1&date=20110101&spage=6&id=doi:&sid=ProQ_ss&genre=article&lang=en.

Barnett, R. & Rivers, C. (2011, Jul/Aug), No blank slates, Women's Review of Books,  Vol. 28 Issue 4, p23-25
Barnett, R. & Rivers, C.  (2011, Jan/Feb) The children of feminism, Women's Review of Books, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p6-7
Belowich, E. , (2011, December 2) Brandeis scholar co-authors book that questions gender stereotypes,
Brandeis Hoot Section: News , Retrieved from http://radioboston.wbur.org/2011/08/31/single-sex-education.
Douglas, A., (2011, October 11) The real truth about girls and boys, Parentcentral.ca, retrieved from http://www.parentcentral.ca/parent/babiespregnancy/babies/article/1068042--the-real-truth-about-girls-and-boys
Douglas, A., (2011, October, 12) Nurture over nature effect, The Toronto Star,  LIVING; Pg. E9, 615 words, Retrieved from http://www.lexisnexis.com.resources.library.brandeis.edu/hottopics/lnacademic/
Osborn, K., (2011, August 31) Does gender-based education work?, WBUR Radio Boston, Retrieved from http://radioboston.wbur.org/2011/08/31/single-sex-education.
Paikin, S., )2011, June 2) The Agenda with Steve Paikin, Brining up (genderless) baby. TVO.org, Retrieved from http://theagenda.tvo.org/episode/140784/friday-june-3-2011.
Pearce, Tralee, (2011, July 8) THE NEW GENDER RULES;In a brave new world where parents and educators are experimenting with gender-free environments for children, is there a happy middle ground where kids can still play with pink princesses and GI Joes? Yes, writes Tralee Pearce, especially if the boys and girls are playing together, The Globe and Mail (Canada), GLOBE LIFE; STEREOTYPES; Pg. L1, 996 words, Retrieved from http://www.lexisnexis.com.resources.library.brandeis.edu/hottopics/lnacademic/.
Rivers, C. (2011, November 8) Male bodies not treated as political objects too, Womens Enews, Retrieved from http://www.womensenews.org/story/cultural-trendspopular-culture/111107/male-bodies-now-treated-political-objects-too.

Rivers, C. & Barnett R. (2011, December 4) Women are aggressors in Hourshold violence too, Womens ENews, Retrieved from http://www.womensenews.org/story/books/111203/women-are-aggressors-in-household-violence-too.

Barnett, R.C. (Oct., 2012)  

Keynote Speaker, The Truth about Girls and Boys, 15th Annual Dennis McLaughlin Lecture, Merrimack College, MA



Rivers, C., (2011, October 4) Co-education is good science, The Huffington Post, Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/caryl-rivers/single-sex-education_b_992655.html  

2010

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2010, June 15). Left behind? Actually, More boys take 'gifted' test. Women's Enews,  Retrieved from http://womensenews.org/story/education/100614/left-behind-actually-more-boys-take-gifted-test.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2010, April 11). Women are brainy; That's all we know for now. Women's Enews,  Retrieved from http://www.womensenews.org/story/uncovering-gender/100409/women-are-brainy-thats-all-we-know-now.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2010). Biology does not equal destiny. Women's Review of Books, 27(3), 9-11.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (2010, April 27). Don't read too much into boys' verbal scores. Women's Enews.

2009

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (2009). Getting to yes skills useful at home too. (May 19), Commentary. Retrieved from http://www.womensenews.org/article.cfm/dyn/aid/4015

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (2009). Recession doesn't mean doing his housework. Women's eNews, (May 14), Commentary. Retrieved from http://www.womensenews.org/article.cfm/dyn/aid/4010

2008

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K. C., & Brennan, R. T. (2008). Wives' shift work schedules and husbands' and wives' well-being in dual-earner couples with children: A within-couple analysis. Journal of Family Issues, 29(3), 396-422.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (2008). Opting for the air conditioning [Review of the book The Sexual Paradox: Men, women, and the real gender gap]. Women's Review of Books, 25(3), 6-8.

2007

Barnett, R. C. (2007, January/February). Separating girls and boys: Should school districts offer single-sex public schools and classes?: Teacher Magazine, 18, 1.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2007). Data on scientists hushes media echo chamber [Electronic Version]. Women's eNews. Retrieved October 3, 2007 from http://www.womensenews.org/article.cfm/dyn/aid/3336.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2007, January). Gender myths & the education of boys.Independent School, 66, 11.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2007, August 26). Single-sex schools aren't the educational answer. Newsday,pp. A47.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2007). Gender differences in communication styles [Electronic Version]. Women's Review of Books. Retrieved April 3.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2007, October 28, 2007). The difference myth. Boston Globe,pp. 1. 
Also published: In B. Rendtorff & A. Prengel (Eds.), Jahrbuch Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung in der Erziehungswissenschaft Kinder und ihr Geschlecht (Vol. 4, pp. 27-32). Leverkusen, Opladen: Verlag Barbara Budrich.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2007). U.S. Women may see independence in singlehood [Electronic Version]. Women's eNews. Retrieved January 31.

2006

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2006, October 26). The coed classroom. Boston Globe,pp. A11.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2006). Men and women are from earth. Women's Review of Books, 23(2), 15-16.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2006). The boy crisis - Fact or myth? [Electronic Version].Teacher's College Record, 7. Retrieved 1/19/2007.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2006, May). Why are american women last to take the lead?Newsday.com Retrieved May 2, 2006, from http://www.newsday.com/news/opinion/ny-opbar024725665may02,0,1253394,print.story

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2006, April 23). The myth of the boy crisis. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, pp. H-1.

Berns, D. (2006). State of Nevada [Radio Show]. KNPR

Nolan, B. (2006). "Bias" against boys in schools (Writer) (2006).  [TV News Journal],Nitebeat with Barry Nolan. Boston.

Nolan, B. (Writer) (2006) What it means to be a woman in the 21st century: A look at modern day feminism and stay at home moms [TV News Journal], Nitebeat with Barry Nolan. Boston.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2006, October 2). We can all learn together: Single-sex classes are trendy, but there's scant evidence that they improve academic achievement.Los Angeles Times,pp. 13.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2006, April 9). The myth of 'The boy crisis'. Washington Post.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (2006, March). 'Boy Crisis' in Education is Nothing But Hype [Electronic Version]. Women's Enews. Retrieved March 15, 2006, from http://womensenews.org/article.cfm/dyn/aid/2671/context/archive.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2006). Women Happier as Homemakers? Time to Recheck Data [Electronic Version]. Women's Enews. Retrieved March 22, from http://womensenews.org/article.cfm/dyn/aid/2678/context/archive.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (2006). Single-sex classrooms a lesson in bad science: Research doesn't back boy-girl differences [Electronic Version].MercuryNews.com, Perspectives. Retrieved October 24, 2006 from  mercurynews.com

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2006). Career women bad wives? Lets ask the guys. [Electronic Version]. Women's eNews. Retrieved 8/30/06, from http://womensenews.org/article.cfm/dyn/aid/2869/context/archive.

Tremonti, A. M. (2006). Gender Role Debate [Radio], The Current. Canada.

2005

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2005, January 1). New truths about real men. The Boston Globe,pp. A5.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (2005). Holiday toys sell girls on primping and passivity [Electronic Version]. Women's Enews. Retrieved 11/15/06, from womensenews.org .

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2005, November 13). Pair find some faults with feminism studies. STLtoday.com

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2005, November 2). Why Dowd doesn't know what men really want [Electronic Version]. Women's eNews. Retrieved November 23, 2005, from http://www.womensenews.org/article.cfm/dyn/aid.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (2005). What dads don't need for father's day [Electronic Version].Women's eNews. Retrieved June 14, 2005, from womensnews.org .

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (2005, February 13). Gender studies: Love, lust and homo sapiens.Los Angeles Times,pp. M2.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2005, February 9). Flawed science on gender, math does not compute. Chicago Tribune,pp. 6.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2005, January 20). A stereotype fails the test. Newsday, pp. A39-40.

2004

Barnett, R. C. (2004, July 23). Memory loss, economic predictions, and girls' self-esteem.The Chronicle of Higher Education,pp. B4.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2004, November). How gender myths affect our jobs and our relationships. Work & Family Life, 18, 1, 5.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2004, October 13). The persistence of gender myths in math.Education Week,pp. 39.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2004, September 3). Myths about gender differences. The Chronicle Review, pp. B11-B13.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2004, September 1). Abu Ghraib pulls 'better angels' down to Earth. [Electronic Version]. Women's Enews. Retrieved September 1, from http://www.womensenews.org/article.cfm/dyn/aid/1971.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2004, August 19). Men prefer sexy, smart unStepfords, yes, really [Electronic Version]. Women's Enews. Retrieved August 19, from http://www.womensenews.org/article/cfm/dyn/aid/1937.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (2004). Housework gap closes for dual-earner couples [Electronic Version]. Women's Enews. Retrieved November 30, from http://www.womensenews.org/article.cfm?aid=2082.

2003

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2003, March 1). The war against reproductive rights. The Boston Sunday Globe,pp. A15.

2002

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2002, April 27). The "Aepidemic" of childlessness. The Boston Globe, pp. Metro/Region, A11.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2002, June 9). At issue: Balancing demands of work, home: Family-friendly policies key to healthy labor force. Boston Sunday Globe,pp. C5.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2002, September 2). Out-of-sync work shifts, out-of-sync families. Los Angeles Times. Metro, Part 2,pp. 13.

2001

Barnett, R. C. (2001, January). Review of Alice Kessler-Harris, In pursuit of equity: Women, men, and the pursuit of economic citizenship in 20th-century America. H-Net Book Review: H-Women@h-net.msu.edu.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2001, March 21). There's divorce, and then there's divorce.Los Angeles Times, pp. Metro, Part B, 9.

2000

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2000, May 13). Mommy gap is widening. The Boston Globe, pp. A19.

Rivers, C. & Barnett, R. C. (2000, July 4). Wage gap for working mothers may cost billions [Electronic Version]. Women's Enews: Retrieved July 4, 2000 from http://www.womensenews.org/article.cfm/dyn/aid/161/context/archive.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2000, June 18). Father figures: A slew of new studies applaud dads. The Boston Sunday Globe, pp. E1-E2.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (2000, April 23). Testosterone Talk: One charged topic. The Boston Sunday Globe,pp. F1.

1990-1999

Barnett, R. C. (1998, January). Preventing parent guilt over child care. The Boston Parents' Paper.

Barnett, R. C. (1998, November). Expectations vs. reality: Getting to the root cause of struggles in two-earner couples. The Boston Parents' Paper.

Barnett, R. C. (1998, May). Easing working parents' guilt about child care.IntellectualCapital.com.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (1998, June). A father's day glimpse at the 1990s dad.IntellectualCapital.com.

Barnett, R. C. (1997, June). Redivision of labor: How working parents can share family responsibilities. The Boston Parents' Paper.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (1997, May 21). Flex-ing it in the workplace. The Boston Globe,pp. A24.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. (1997, October 6). Marriage at odds with men solely in charge.Chicago Tribune,pp. 15.

Barnett, R. C. (1996, July-August). Look who's talking about work and family. Ms. Magazine.

Rivers, C., & Barnett, R. C. (1996, May 16). The new dad works the second shift, too: Dads do housework and are deeply involved in children's lives. The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (1992, February). The myth of the miserable working woman.Working Woman, 17, 62.

1980-1989

Barnett, R. C. (1986, February). Money personality survey. Working Woman.

Barnett, R. C., Baruch, G. K., & Rivers, C. (1985, February). The secret of self-esteem.Ladies Home Journal.

Barnett, R. C. (1984, March). Not my mother, myself. Self.

Barnett, R. C., Baruch, G., & Rivers, C. (1982, November). After a divorce. Woman's Day.

Baruch, G. K., Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (1984, May). All grown up! Ladies Home Journal.

Baruch, G. K., Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (1980, April). How women and their mothers become friends. McCalls.

Baruch, G. K., Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (1980, December). A new start for women at midlife. The New York Times Magazine.

Kagan, J., & Barnett, R. C. (1986, December). Money mastery. Working Woman.

Rivers, C., Barnett, R. C., & Baruch, G. (1980, May). He works, she works: Does the marriage work? Working Woman, 43-47.

Selected Major Presentations and Appearences

2012

Barnett, R. & Rivers, C. (2011, October). Participated in Boston Book Festival, Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. & Rivers, C. (2012). Truth about Girls and Boys, Parents' Talk, Needham, Ma.

Rivers, C. & Barnett, R,(2012, October), The truth about girls and boys, Merrimack College, Ma

Barnett, R.C. (2012, April). Women’s Changing Roles. Keynote Speaker, What Women Want: Forum on Gender Roles, Identity and Equality in Business and Beyond, Bentley University.

2011

Barnett, R.C.  and Rivers, C. (2010, December)The Truth about Girls and Boys. Talk at the Harvard Institute for Learning in Retirement.

Barnett, R. C., (2011, November 2), Keynote Speaker, The Clearinghouse on Women’s Issues, Washington, D.C.

Barnett, R., Rivers, C., Way, N., Weissbourd  (2011, October 15) Boston Book Festival Panel Presentation, Boys and girls: Different, or not so much?, Audio of the event can be found at:  http://bostonbookfest.org/archives_2011

Barnett, R. C. (2011, April). Keynote Speaker at the Office of Women’s Careers, Bringham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. & Rivers, C.  (2011). Toxic myths about women: Leadership and communication. Keynote Speaker at the 2011 Office for Women's Careers Spring Luncheon. Brigham and Women's Hospital.

Barnett, R.C. Ann Richards Roundtable on Gender and the Media (Nov. 4, 2011).

Chakrabarti, Megna,  (2011, August 31), Does gender-based education work?, WBUR, Radio Boston, retrieved from http://radioboston.wbur.org/2011/08/31/single-sex-education

Douglas, A., (2011, October 11) The real truth about girls and boys, Parentcentral.ca, retrieved from http://www.parentcentral.ca/parent/babiespregnancy/babies/article/1068042--the-real-truth-about-girls-and-boys

Douglas, A., (2011, October, 12) Nurture over nature effect, The Toronto Star, LIVING; Pg. E9, 615 words, Retrieved from http://www.lexisnexis.com.resources.library.brandeis.edu/hottopics/lnacademic/

Knoy, Laura., (2011, September 21), The truth about girls and boys, NHPR Radio, The Exchange, retrieved from  http://www.nhpr.org/truth-about-girls-and-boys

Osborn, K., (2011, August 31) Does gender-based education work?, WBUR Radio Boston, Retrieved from http://radioboston.wbur.org/2011/08/31/single-sex-education.

Paikin, S., (2011, June 2) The Agenda with Steve Paikin, Brining up (genderless) baby. TVO.org, Retrieved from http://theagenda.tvo.org/episode/140784/friday-june-3-2011.

Pearce, Tralee, (2011, July 8) THE NEW GENDER RULES; In a brave new world where parents and educators are experimenting with gender-free environments for children, is there a happy middle ground where kids can still play with pink princesses and GI Joes? Yes, writes Tralee Pearce, especially if the boys and girls are playing together, The Globe and Mail (Canada), GLOBE LIFE; STEREOTYPES; Pg. L1, 996 words, Retrieved from http://www.lexisnexis.com.resources.library.brandeis.edu/hottopics/lnacademic/

Russell, Jenna, (2011, August 28), Challenging Roles, Boston Globe Magazine, retrieved from http://articles.boston.com/2011-08-28/ae/29938806_1_dolls-science-museum-kitchen-toys

2010

Barnett, R. C. (2010, October 21). Families with school age children. Paper presented at The Future of Children - Work and Family Balance, Princeton, NJ.

Barnett, R. (2010, October 29). Why are the media fascinated with gender differences -- and what can we do about it, Part 2. Paper presented at the The Ann Richards Invitational Roundtable on Gender and the Media, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (2010, October 21). Families with school age children. Presider at The Future of Children - Work and Family Balance, Princeton, NJ.

Barnett, R., & Besen, E. T. (2010, May 30). Gender, age and job satisfaction: The effects of job conditions. Paper presented at the 2010 Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, Boston

Barnett, R. C. (2010, March 18). Author-meets-critics - The changing face of medicine: Women doctors and the evolution of health care in America. Disscuant at the 80th Annual Meeting, Eastern Sociological Society, Economic crisis and new social realities, Boston, MA.

2009

Barnett, R., & Sommers, C. H. (2009, November 18). Debate: Why aren't there more female scientists? On A conversation on The Science on Women and Science. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute, retrieved from http://www.aei.org/event/100171.

Barnett, R., (2009, November 5). What are the pathways linking work and family demands to psychological distress? Paper presented at the Work, Stress and Health 2009, Puerto Rico.

Barnett, R., (2009, October 8). How misconceptions about innate sex differences promote sex segregation in public education. Paper presented at the Research on Women and Education, Birmingham, AL.

Barnett, R. (2009, May 13). The truth about boys and girls. Keynote presentation at the Persisting Inequalities: The importance of feminist research in contemporary society, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (2009, May 1). Women 2009: Where have we come and the challenges ahead. Paper presented at the Judith Sargent Murray's 258th Birthday Lecture, Gloucester, MA.

Barnett, R. C. Gareis, K. C., & Brennan, R. T. (2009, April) Keeping employed caregivers to elders and other adults on the job and healthy. Invited paper. Older Workers and Social Policy in the 21st Century: International, National, and Regional Perspectives, UMass Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. Gareis, K. C., & Brennan, R. T. (2009, April 16). A mediational pathway linking usable flexibility, caregiving concerns, and health-promoting behavior. Paper presented at the 3rd International Community, Work & Family, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Barnett, R. C. Gareis, K. C., & Brennan, R. T. (2009, April 16). Dual-earner parents, after-school concerns, and job disruptions. Paper presented at the 3rd International Community, Work & Family, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

2008

Barnett, R. (2008, November 17). Women's journey toward equality: Where we are and the path ahead. Paper presented at the Anne Row Harvard, Cambridge.

Barnett, R. (2008, November 12). Men, Women, Work, and Family: An Expansionist Theory. Paper presented at the Kentucky Psycghological Association's Work, family, and community: Shared responsibilities, Louisville, KY

Barnett, R. (2008, November 12). Community-A critical missing link in work-family field Paper presented at the Kentucky Psycghological Association's Work, family, and community: Shared responsibilities, Louisville, KY

Barnett, R. (2008, October 24). How can employed caregivers with elder-care responsibilities stay on the job? Paper presented at the The Ann Richards Invitational Roundtable on Gender and the Media.

Barnett, R. (2008, September 16). The truth about boys and girls. Paper presented at the Women and Gender Studies Presentation, MIT, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K. C., & Brennan, R. T. (2008, August 14-17, 2008). Usable flexibility - not flexibility - makes the difference: A study of older workers. Paper presented at the APA 116th Annual Convention, Boston, MA.

Barnett, R., & Chow, C. (2008, July 28). Developing early interventions to encourage gender equity in STEM careers. Paper presented at the AGELE - Association for Gender Equity Leadership in Education Conference, Peabody, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (2008, May 6). Community, Work and Families. Invited paper. Panel meeting on "Work-family issues for parents of children with disabilities", Boston College, Brighton, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (2008, April 25). Gender, leadership, & the natural order. Keynote at the 4th Annual Iowa Women's Leadership Summitt, Iowa State University.

Barnett, R. C. (2008, April 10). Women in Science: Against all odds. Invited paper. Conference on the Legacy and Future of Feminism, Harvard University.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2008, March 28-30). Here we go again! Invited paper. Women, Action & the Media: A Conference for Journalists, Activists & Everyone WAM!2008, MIT, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. & Gareis, K. C. (2008, March 7). Dual-earner parents, after-school concerns, and job disruptions. Invited paper. The Work, Stress, and Health 2008: Health and Safe Work Through Research, Practice, and Partnerships Washington, D.C.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2008, March 8). Usable flexibility, caregiving concerns, and health behavior: A mediational pathway. Invited paper. Work, Stress, and Health 2008: Health and Safe Work Through Research, Practice, and Partnerships Washington, DC.

Gareis, K. C., Barnett, R. C., Berkman, L., & Ertel, K. (2008, March 7). Work-family enrichment buffers relationships linking work-family conflict to well-being. Invited paper. The Work, Stress, and Health 2008: Health and Safe Work Through Research, Practice, and Partnerships Washington, D.C.

Barnett, R. C. (2008 February 15). The truth about boys and girls: Gender myths and education. Keynote at the Staff Development at Summit School, Winston-Salem, NC.

2007

Barnett, R. C. (2007, October 5). As the twig is bent: Early and powerful influences on whether girls choose careers in math and science. Invited paper. Boston University Women in Science and Engineering (BU WISE), Boston University.

Barnett, R. C. (2007, November 8). Parental concerns about after-school time, job disruptions, and the agile workplace: A study of employed fathers and mothers. Invited paper. Workplace of the future: Reconciling pregnancy, parenting and employment. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Barnett, R. C. (2007, October 1). Women in Science then and now: From stone walls to invisible walls. Invited paper. Women in Science, Washington, DC.

Barnett, R. C. (2007, September 6). The truth about boys and girls: Gender myths and education. Invited paper. Appleby College, Oakville, Canada.

Barnett, R. C. (2007, May 9). Understanding the role of pervasive negative gender stereotypes: What can be done? Keynote at the The Way forward-Women in Science, Heidelberg, Germany.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2007, April 12). When your work arrangements work for you: A study of employed women with school aged children. Invited paper. The 2nd International Conference on Community, Work and Families, Lisbon, Portugal.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2007, April 13). Does community resource fit matter to fathers? A Study of employed fathers of school-aged children. Invited paper. The 2nd International Conference on Community, Work and Family, Lisbon, Portugal.

Barnett, R. C. (2007, March 15). Parental concerns about after-school time (PCAST): Antecedents and correlates? Invited paper. Harvard Research Workshop on Families & Children, Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (2007, March 6). Broadening the research net: Psychosocial risk factors for psychological distress. Invited paper. Workshop on Women and Sleep, Washington, DC.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2007, March 31). Gender myths and the media. Invited paper. Women, Action and the Media (WAM), Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C., & Rivers, C. (2007, March 2). Gender Myths & Education. Keynote speaker, NAIS Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

Barnett, R. C. (2007, January 31). Challenges facing working families with school-age children: A large and relatively understudied population. Invited paper. Center on the Everyday Lives of Family (CELF), UCLA

2006

Barnett, R., & Gareis, K. C. (2006, December 6). After-school worries: tough on parents; Bad for business. Invited paper. PCAST Media Event, Catalyst Office, NY, NY.

Barnett, R. C. (2006, November 6). Same Difference. Keynote speaker, Furman University, Charlotte, SC.

Barnett, R. C. (2006, October 2). Same Difference. Keynote speaker, Red Dress Day, Marywood University, Scranton, PA.

Barnett, R. C. (2006, September). Women leaders in politics, business and the military: A challenge to the belief in the natural order. Invited paper. Distinguised Scholar Series, The New Hampshire Institute of Politics, St. Anselm College, Manchester, NH.

Barnett, R. C. (2006, June). Single sex schools: A biological imperative?Invited paper. Benefits of Co-Education. Wellington College, UK.

Barnett, R. C. (2006, May). Is there a "Boy crisis" in education? Co-Education. KnightCenter, Univ. of MD.

Barnett, R. C. (2006, March 25) Confronting myths about men and women in couples therapy. Invited paper. The Work & family conference: Claremont Colleges.

Barnett, R. C. (2006, March 22-24). Effects of maternal shiftwork on mothers', fathers', and children's well-being outcomes. Invited paper. The 4th Biennial Families and Work Research Conference, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.

Barnett, R. C. (2006, March 9-10). Women, leadership, and the natural order. Invited paper. The Fifth Annual Leadership Conference, Center for Public Leadership, HarvardUniversity, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (2006, March 2-4). Mothers' shift work and fathers' parenting: A within-families study. Invited paper. The Sixth APA/NIOSH International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Miami, FL.

Barnett, R. C. (2006, March). Community:The missing link in the work-family literature.Invited paper. The 23rd Annual Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology; Work and Families: Changing Realities, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA.

2005

Barnett, R. C. (2005, October 28). Confronting myths about men and women in couples therapy. Invited paper. The Treating Couples Seminar, Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing Education, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (2005, September 22). The power of disbelief: Gender myths in our culture.Invited paper. The Women's Strategies for Living in Today's World, Theological Opportunities Program, Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (2005, March). The trouble with work time. Invited address given at the 2005 Public Seminar Series of the International Centre for Health and Society, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University College, London.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2005, March 16-18). The relationship between nonstandard work schedules, well-being, and psychological distress: A within-couple analysis. Invited paper. The 1st International Conference: Community, Work, and Family: Change and Transformation, Manchester, UK.

2004


Barnett, R. C. (2004, December 3). Women and (Men's) Lives Outside of Work: Dependent Care and Community Resources. Invited paper. The NORA Organization of Work and Women's Health Expert Panel Meeting, Cincinnati, OH.

Barnett, R. C. (2004, July/August). Men are from Mars women are from you know where: A debate about the nature of gender differences. Invited paper. The Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2004, July/August). Parental after-school stress, psychological distress, and job performance. Invited paper. The Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.

Barnett, R. C. (2004, April 29). Work hours as a predictor of stress outcomes. Invited paper. The Long Work Hours, Safety and Health: Toward a National Research Agenda, University of Maryland Medical Center.

Barnett, R. C. (2004, March 9). Part-time work is not a panacea, Department of Ambulatory Care and Prevention, Harvard School of Public Health.

Barnett, R. C. (2004, February 19-22). Community and interpersonal context: Creating sustainable careers for dual-earners: What is the role of community? Invited paper. The Sustainable Careers: New Options for a New Workforce Conference, New York City.

2003

Barnett, R. C. (2003, November 21). She works/He works. Invited paper. The Workplace Flexibility: Moving from research to policy and practice innovations sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, New York, NY.

Barnett, R. C. (2003, November 7). After-school stress: A hidden cost to companies.Invited paper. The Executive Roundtable, Boston College.

Barnett, R. C. (2003, October 1). The job stress-illness relationship: A woman's view.Invited paper. Work Organization and Stress Research Section, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati, OH.

Barnett, R. C. (2003, September 26). An expanded model of the job stress-illness relationship. Invited paper. The 17th Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society, Kos, Greece.

Barnett, R. C. (2003, June 16-18). Community B The missing link in work-family research.Invited paper. The Workforce/Workplace Mismatch: Work, Family, Health, and Well-being Conference, Washington, DC.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2003, March). Feelings about work schedules and turnover among part-time health professionals. Invited paper. The 5th APA/NIOSH Interdisciplinary Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Toronto, Canada.

2002

Barnett, R. C. (2002, February). Process, process, process. Invited paper. The Annual Academic Conference of the Business and Professional Women's Foundation, San Francisco, CA.

Barnett, R. C. (2002, February). A new look at old theories: New times call for new views.Invited paper. The Annual Academic Conference of the Business and Professional Women's Foundation, San Francisco, CA.

Barnett, R. C. (2002, February). How to make better use of reduced hours to retain knowledge workers: Personal, organizational, and societal strategies. Invited paper. The European Academy of Management II, Stockholm, Sweden.

Barnett, R. C. (2002, June). An expanded model of the job-stress illness relationship.Invited paper. The Social Roles, Stress and Health First European Conference, Las Palmas, Canary Islands.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2002, February). Do long work hours always lead to work-family conflict? Invited paper. The annual academic conference of the Business and Professional Women's Foundation, San Francisco, CA.

Gareis, K. C., & Barnett, R. C. (2002, August). Under what conditions do reduced hours predict higher quality of life? Invited paper. The Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Denver, CO.

2001

Barnett, R. C. (March 28, 2001). Holy Cross Women's Studies Symposium

Barnett, R. C. (April 4, 2001). Men and women are from Earth. Invited paper. Suffolk University Colloquium, Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (April 25, 2001). Men and Women are from Earth. Invited paper. Tufts University, Psychology Department Colloquium, Medford, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (2001, September 19). Tay Gavin Erickson Lecture. Invited paper. UMASS at Amherst, MA. 

Barnett, R. C. (2001, October 18). Part-time work in the Professions: Panacea or Problem?Invited paper. Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA.

Barnett, R. C., & Gareis, K. C. (2001, August). Full-time and Reduced Hours Work Schedules and Marital Quality: A Study of Married Women Physicians with Young Children. Invited address at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Barnett, R.C., Gareis, K. C., James, J. B., Steele, J. (2001, August). Planning ahead: College seniors' concerns about work-family conflict. Invited address at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Gareis, K. C., & Barnett, R. C. (2001, August). Parent quality, job demands, and psychological distress among women doctors. Invited paper. The Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Gareis, K. C., & Barnett, R. C. (2001, August). Schedule fit and stress-related outcomes among women doctors with families. Invited paper. The Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

2000

Barnett, R. C. (February 18, 2000). Cutting back on work hours: Impacts on quality of life.Invited paper. The Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC.

Barnett, R. C. (March 14, 2000). When is a difference a gender difference: An empirical challenge to the gender difference model. Invited paper. Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center Grand Rounds.

1990-1999

Barnett, R. C. (June 12-13, 1999). Media portrayals of working mothers/families. Invited paper. The Fifth Women's Policy Research Conference. George Washington University, Washington, DC.

Barnett, R. C. (April 21, 1999). Keynote address to Institute for International Research, New York, NY.

Barnett, R. C. (October 21, 1999). Reduced-hours careers in Medicine: Good/bad for doctors and their employing organizations? Invited paper. Brigham and Women's Hospital Grand Rounds.

Barnett, R. C. (February 19, 1998). When is a difference a gender difference? Keynote address to Annual Meeting of American Group Psychotherapy Association, Chicago, Il.

Barnett, R. C. (January 31, 1997). Dual-earner couples: Shattering the myths. Invited paper. Portland State University, Portland, Oregon 97207.

Barnett, R. C. (May 1, 1997). She works, he works: The new American family. Invited paper. Hassenfeld Conference Center, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

Barnett, R. C., Brennan, R. T., & Gareis, K. C. (August, 1999). Who pays the psychological distress price for earning more? Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K. C., & Brennan, R. T. (1999, March). Inside the black box: Fit mediates work-hours/burnout relationship. Poster presented at the APA/NIOSH Interdisciplinary Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Baltimore, MD.

Barnett, R. C., Gareis, K. C. & Lundgren, L. (1998, November). Part-time work and health outcomes: Objective conditions vs. subjective experience. Invited paper. The Annual Meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Milwaukee, WI.

Barnett, R. C. & Gareis, K. C. (1999, March). What is food to one man is poison to another.Poster presented at the APA/NIOSH Interdisciplinary Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Baltimore, MD.

Brennan, R. T., & Barnett, R. C. (1999, March). When she earns more than he does in dual-earner couples. Invited paper. The Fourth APA/NIOSH Interdisciplinary Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Baltimore, MD.

Gareis, K. C., Barnett, R. C. & Brennan, R. T. (1999, August). Fit, work-family conflict, and quality-of-life outcomes. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Hartwell, J. K., Barnett, R. C., Borgatti, S. & Lundgren, L. (1999, August). When medical managers' needs encounter needs of reduced-hour physicians: Two organizational subcultures confront change. Invited paper. The Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Chicago, IL.

Lundgren, L. & Barnett, R. C. (1997, July). Dual-career families and reduced-hours career paths in the medical profession. Louisville, Kentucky: Business and Professional Women's Foundation.

Barnett, R. C., & Brennan, R. T. (1996). Cross-over effects: Change in job experiences and change in psychological distress within couples. Invited paper. The Sixth International Conference on Social Stress Research. Paris (May 27-29).

Barnett, R. C. (1996, October 15). In how different a voice: An empirical challenge to the gender-difference model. Invited paper. The Grand Rounds Series. Mt. Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, MA 02138.

Barnett, R. C. (1995, October 12). Toward a reconceptualization of the work/family literature: Work in progress. Invited paper. The meeting of the Sloan Foundation Research Network on Work Redesign and Work/Family. Jekyll Island, Georgia.

Barnett, R. C. (1995, October). She works, he works...And the new American family works.Workshop presented at the Textron Annual Conference on Women and Minorities, Providence College, Providence, RI.

Barnett, R. C. (1995, September 19). Gender in the 1990's: The need for realism not rhetoric. Invited paper. The Conference Board and New Ways to Work conference, Workplace Flexibility in a Global Economy. New York.

Barnett, R. C. (1995, July). Surprising new realities: Lessons from a study of full-time employed men and women in dual-earner couples. Invited paper. Programs in Professional Development, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1995, June). Rethinking Models for the Study of Work and Family Life.Keynote address. Murray Research Center conference, Studying Work and Family Life. Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1995, June). Beyond the Work/Family Divide. Talk given to the Public Policy Institute, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1995, May). Gender, social roles, and psychological distress: A longitudinal study of dual-earner couples. Invited paper. Murray Research Center Conference, Beyond Difference as a Model for Studying Gender: In Search of New Stories to Tell. Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1995, April). Gender and Health. Invited address. Presidential Symposium. Gender at the Crossroads. Annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association. Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1995, April). Ozzie and Harriet are dead: A closer look at gender stereotypes. Invited paper. 1994-95 lecture series, The Developmental Psychology of Women, Newton-Wellesley Hospital.

Barnett, R. C., & Brennan, R. T. (1995, September 15). The Job stress-illness relationship revisited: A study of full-time employed men and women in dual-earner couples. In F. Freidlander (Chair). Work and Family. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the APA/NIOSH conference, Work, stress and health '95: Creating healthier workplaces. New York.

Barnett, R. C. (1994, April). Gender, job conditions and psychological distress: A longitudinal analysis. Annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Boston, MA

Barnett, R. C. (1993, September). Women, work, and psychological distress: Challenging conventional wisdom. Invited paper. Novo Nordisk International Symposium, Realities of Midlife in Women, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Barnett, R. C. (1993, September). Gender, work/family experiences, and psychological distress. Invited paper. Department of Psychology, University of Tromso, Norway.

Barnett, R. C. (1993, September). Gender, multiple roles, and psychological distress; An overview of research in the United States. Invited paper. Network for Women in Research, University of Tromso, Norway.

Barnett, R. C. (1993, August). Work/family experiences and distress: Exploring gender effects. Invited paper. Divisions 35, 38, and 9 at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Barnett, R. C. (1992, October). Wife, mother, executive: Can anyone do it all? Burkenroad Symposium, A.B. Freeman School of Business, Tulane University, Orleans, LA.

Barnett, R. C. (1992, October). Gender, multiple roles and psychological distress. Second Annual Midwest Conference on Health Psychology, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN.

Barnett, R. C. (1992, August). Workplace experiences and psychological distress: A study of full-time employed women in dual-earner couples. American Psychological Association. Washington, DC.

Barnett, R. C. (1992, June). And baby makes three: The relationship between change in parental status and change in psychological distress in married, employed women.Reproductive Life: The 10th International Congress of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, Stockholm, Sweden.

Barnett, R. C. (1992, April). Experiences at work and at home, gender and psychological distress: A study of dual-earner couples. Current Work in Health Psychology Seminar Series, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Barnett, R. C. (1992, March). Women and health in the 1990's. Changing Times & Changing Challenges, American Association of Retired Persons. Washington, DC.

Barnett, R. C. (1991, October). Mothers and Daughters, Fathers and Daughters. Today's Woman: Changes and Transitions, Chief Executives Organization. Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1991, March). The 90s: Make-break decade for women? Women at Work Seminar Series, Digital Equipment Corporation.. Marblehead, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1990, November). Multiple roles and their effect on women's psychological health. Invited paper. Psychiatric Grand Rounds at Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1990, August). Longitudinal analysis on work and family: Relationship between distress, work-role quality and family-role quality. American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1990, August). Integrating work and family roles: Multiple roles, spillover effects, and psychological distress. American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

1980-1989

Barnett, R. C. (1989, November). Adult daughters and mothers: Harmony or hostility?Women's Forum, American Cyanamid Company. Pearl River, NY.

Barnett, R. C. (1989, August). Gender, physical symptoms, and the interplay of work and family roles. American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Barnett, R. C. (1989, April). The multiple roles of women and well-being. Women's Health Conference, Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology. Worcester, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1988, October). Gender and stress. University of Wisconsin Conference on Managing Anger, Conflict, and Stress: Strategies for Women in Leadership Roles. Madison, Wisconsin.

Barnett, R. C. (1988, October). The effects of work-role quality, family-role occupancy, and family-role quality on health outcomes. Wenner-Gren Foundation and MacArthur Foundation Symposium on Women, Work and Health. Stockholm, Sweden.

Barnett, R. C. (1988, April). Women, work and self-esteem. Massachusetts Association for Women Deans, Administrators and Counselors. Simmons College, Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1988, February). Relationships adult daughters have with their parents: Sources of well-being or sources of stress? Harvard University Mental Health Services, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1988, January). Intergenerational relationships and their effects on psychological well-being. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1988, January & November). Second Stage Parenting: How to be a parent when your children are no longer children. Emerson Hospital, Concord, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1987, October). The quality of adult daughters' relationships with their parents. Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1987, October). Family role occupancy and quality: Sources of stress in the lives of employed women. MacArthur Workshop on Women, Work and Health, Hilton Head, South Carolina.

Barnett, R. C. (1987, September). Gender and Stress: A look at work and family roles. Radcliffe Club of Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1987, May). Why are we so stressed in our lives? Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1986, November). The psychological impact on adult children of the relationship with their parents. Symposium. Boston Society for Gerontologic Psychiatry, Inc., Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1986, November). Role quality: The key to understanding how social roles affect women's well-being. Mt. Holyoke College Conference on Women's Development Through the Lifespan, South Hadley, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1986, April). Women in the 80's: Sources of stress and well-being. Barnard College, NYC.

Barnett, R. C. (1986, March). Men's family roles as sources of stress. Symposium. Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, CA.

Barnett, R. C. (1985, March). We've come a long way - but where are we and what are the rewards? New York University School of Continuing Education.

Barnett, R. C. (1985, March). The maternal role as a major source of stress among employed mothers in the middle years. Society of Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans, LA.

Barnett, R. C. (1984, October). Women, work and stress: In search of a paradigm.Colloquium Series of Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.

Barnett, R. C. (1984, October). Women in the middle years: Multiple roles and well-being.New England Psychological Association.

Barnett, R. C. (1984, October). Midlife passages: Facing the now-or-never syndrome.Canadian Mental Health Association, London/Middlesex and The University of Western Ontario.

Barnett, R. C. (1984, June). Women, work and stress. Smith College Project on Women and Change. Northampton, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1984, May). Mothers' participation in child care: Patterns and consequences. Conference at Yale University.

Barnett, R. C. (1984, April). Psychotherapy issues for today's woman: The influence of social attitudes. Second International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Groningen, The Netherlands.

Barnett, R. C. (1983, August). Women and their jobs: Implications for well-being in the family. Discussant. American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Anaheim, CA.

Barnett, R. C. (1983, August). Many faces of women's competence. Symposium. American Psychological Association. Anaheim, CA.

Barnett, R. C. (1983, August). Fatherhood in the 1980s: Men's changing family roles.Symposium. American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Anaheim, CA.

Barnett, R. C. (1983, August). Educating for the psychology of women. American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Anaheim, CA.

Barnett, R. C. (1983, April). Workshop on Female Psychology. Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute.

Barnett, R. C. (1983, April). Fathers' participation in family work: Patterns, determinants, and consequences. Newton-Wellesley Hospital.

Barnett, R. C. 1983, March). A new look at old theories of psychological well-being of women in middle years. Rhode Island Psychological Association. Providence, RI.

Barnett, R. C. (1983, March). Psychological well-being of employed and non-employed women. University of Rhode Island. Psychology Department Colloquium.

Barnett, R. C. (1982, October). Women's involvement in multiple roles and psychological stress. National Conference on Social Stress Research, University of New Hampshire.

Barnett, R. C. (1982, March). On the psychological well-being of women in the middle years. University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Grand Rounds. Worcester, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1982, March). Competence and women: A psychological perspective on women managers. Polaroid Corporation.

Barnett, R. C. (1982, February). Controversial issues in the study of women in midlife.Boston Psychoanalytic Society. Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1982, January). Social power and dominance in women: Cultural and developmental perspectives. American Association for Advancement in Science. Washington, DC.

Barnett, R. C. (1981, December). On the psychological well-being of women in the middle years. Tufts University School of Medicine Workshop.

Barnett, R. C. (1981, November). Women in the middle years: Correlates of well-being.Gerontological Society. Toronto.

Barnett, R. C. (1981, November). Psychological well-being of adult women.. Massachusetts Mental Health Center Noon Grand Rounds and Lecture Series.

Barnett, R. C. (1981, November). On the psychological well-being of women in the middle years. Beth Israel Hospital Grand Rounds. Boston, MA.

Barnett, R. C. (1981, April). Women in the middle years: Correlates of well-being. Society for Research in Child Development, Boston.

Barnett, R. C. (1981, March). Women in the middle years: Correlates of well-being. Mass. Mental Health Center, Grand Rounds Lecture Series. Boston.

Barnett, R. C. (1981, March). Well-being of women in the middle years. Association for Women in Psychology Conference. Boston, MA. is a collection of articles published in Academic Medicine since 1990 that have been cited 50 or more times (according to the ISI Web of Science database). We have brought them together as a special collection on our Web site: AM Classics Collection. Considering the thousands of articles we have published since 1990, it is an impressive achievement that your article is included in AM Classics.