College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Adam Butler

Department of Psychology
Administrative Faculty - Department Head and Professor of Psychology


Industrial-Organizational Psychology


Ph.D. University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Research Interests

Work-family balance

Occupational stress and health

College student employment

Teaching Interests

Industrial-Organizational Psychology


Director, UNI Workforce Consulting Group; Editorial Board, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology

Selected Publications

Butler, A. B., Song, Z., & Ilies, R. (2013). Experience sampling methods for work-family research. A review and research agenda. In J. Grzywacz & E. Demerouti (Eds.), New Frontiers in Work and Family Research (pp. 133-149). New York: Psychology Press.

Butler, A. B., Spencer, D., & Dodge, K. (2012). Academic demands are associated with reduced alcohol consumption by college students: Evidence from a daily analysis. Journal of Drug Education, 41, 359-367.

Butler, A. B., Dodge, K. D., & Faurote, E. J. (2010). College student employment and drinking: A daily study of work stressors, alcohol expectancies, and alcohol consumption. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 15, 291-303.

Butler, A. B., Grzywacz, J. G., Ettner, S. L., & Liu, B. (2009). Workplace flexibility, self-reported health, and health care utilization. Work and Stress, 23, 45-59.

Grzywacz, J. G., & Butler, A. B. (2008). Work-family conflict. In J. Barling and C. L. Cooper (Eds.), Handbook of organizational behavior (Vol. 1, pp. 451-468). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Butler, A. B. (2007). Job characteristics and college performance and attitudes: A model of work-school conflict and facilitation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 500-510.

Courses Taught

Introduction to Psychology

Organizational Psychology


Bartlett 2075