Second-Year Doctoral Student
Mahira is a second-year doctoral student at the University of Arizona. She earned both her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Bachelor of Arts in Spanish at Colorado State University in 2019. Mahira is interested in how individuals experience and cope with stress at work and how this relates to employees’ health, well-being, and motivation in both work and nonwork domains. She is also interested in how individuals engage in proactive behaviors such as leadership and organizational citizenship behaviors, as well as the outcomes of these actions in organizations.
- Motivation and well-being
- Proactive work behaviors
- Research methods
- Stevens, S. C., Crain, T.L., Ellis, A.M., & Ganster, M.L. (2019, April). Part of my job or none of my business? A look at leaders' FSSB role perceptions. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, National Harbor, Maryland.
- Ganster, M.L., Leslie, J., Stevens, S., & Crain, T. (2018, April). Detecting fatigue across daily lives: A longitudinal validation of the AlertMeter app. Poster presentation at the 24th Annual Celebrate Undergraduate Research and Creativity (CURC) Showcase, Fort Collins, CO.
- Hanscom, M. & Ganster, M.L. (2017, March). Perceptions of age and occupational safety: Can generational labels play a role? Poster presentation at the 9th Annual MAP ERC Research Day Symposium, Denver, CO.
- Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
- Academy of Management (Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, and Research Methods divisions)