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Keith James

About Keith James

Keith James (Onondaga) received a Ph.D. in Social Psychology and Organizational Behavior from the University of Arizona. He has previously had positions at four other major U.S. universities, as well as visiting appointments with six foreign higher education institutions, and he served for two years as a Program Officer for the National Science Foundation. His scholarly work is on Indian and indigenous community development; creativity and innovation in the workplace; community and organizational sustainability; organizational cyber and physical security; and social-cultural influences on work and life outcomes.

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Keith James
Telephone: 621-7108


PhD: Social Psychology and Organizational Behavior

Department of Management, School of Business University of Arizona

Dissertation Title

Work and Family Conflict as Influences on Creativity

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College of Social and Behavioral Sciences