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Tatiana Toumbeva

Tatiana Toumbeva

Associate Scientist

Tatiana has experience leading and implementing large-scale national strategy and operations initiatives with demonstrated success in redesigning processes and programs for enhanced efficiency and effectiveness while dramatically reducing costs. At the core of her work is an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of human and organizational behavior and application of key principles to optimize processes and develop targeted, data-driven, sustainable solutions. Tatiana’s expertise includes quantitative and qualitative methodology, survey design and development, occupational health psychology, and personnel assessment, training, and performance.

Tatiana holds M.A. degrees in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Louisiana State University and Mental Health Counseling from Boston University, as well as a B.S. in Biology from the University of South Florida. She is currently completing her Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Bowling Green State University. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Notable Publications

Sprung, J. M., Toumbeva, T. H., & Matthews, R. A. (2015). Family-friendly organizational benefits and practices through the gender lens. In M. Mills (Ed), Gender and the work-family experience: An intersection of two domains (pp. 227-249). New York: Springer.

Matthews, R. A., & Toumbeva, T. H. (2014). Lagged effects of family-supportive organization perceptions and supervisor behaviors in relation to generalized work-related resources. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.

Matthews, R. A., & Toumbeva, T.H. (2014, August). Lagged effects between family-specific and generalized work-related resources. Paper submitted to be presented at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.

Toumbeva, T. H., Britton, A. R., & Matthews, R. A. (2013, May). Examining the enrichment process that links family-supportive supervisor behaviors to individual and work outcomes. Paper presentation at the 10th International Conference on Occupational Stress & Health, Los Angeles, CA.

Toumbeva, T. H., Chang, C. S., & Matthews, R. A. (2013, May). Linking domain centrality, segmentation, and work-family enrichment: Examining differences across age groups. Paper presentation at the 10th International Conference on Occupational Stress & Health, Los Angeles, CA.

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