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Arizona State University, Ph.D. Justice Studies
Mercyhurst College, M.S. Administration in Justice
Gannon University, B.A. Criminal Justice
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION: Corrections, policy, theory, and criminal behavior.
CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS: Organizational behavior and work environment issues, effects and performances outcomes in criminal justice, evidence-based treatment interventions, correctional staff attitudes and behaviors, ethics, and death penalty attitudes.
2015 - Hogan, N., Barton-Bellessa, S., & Lambert, E. "Forced to CHANGE: Staff and inmate perceptions of the effects of involuntary treatment." Journal of Applied Psychology, 11(1), 19-39.
2015 - Lambert, E., Qureshi, H., Hogan, N., Klahm, C., Smith, B., & Frank, J. "The association of job variables with job involvement, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment among Indian police officers. International Criminal Justice Review, 25(2), 194-231.
2015 - Lambert, E., Griffin, M., & Hogan, N., & Kelley, T., "The ties that bind: Organizational commitment and its effect on correctional orientation, absenteeism, and turnover intent. The Prison Journal, 95(1), 135-156.
2015 - Minor, K., Wells, J., Lambert, E., Hogan, N. "Leave your Job at Work: The possible antecedents of work-family conflict among correctional staff." The Prison Journal, 95(1), 114-134.