Publication Summaries

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The following report was delivered at our SERVe Employer Summit, where we had a chance to communicate with our participating employers for a final time as we wind-down the research portion of the study. Click HERE for a link to the blog post describing the Summit.  

View the report to find out about:

  • Veteran-Supportive Supervisor Training 

  • Overall study results

  • Veteran participant sample demographics

  • Participating employers statistics 


Please click HERE to see the report. 


Arpin, S. N., Starkey, A., Mohr, C. D., Greenhalgh, A., & Hammer, L. (2018). A well spent day brings happy sleep: Findings from a dyadic study of capitalization support, loneliness, and sleep outcomes. Journal of Family Psychology, 32(7), 975-985.

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Bodner, T. E. & Bliese, P. E. (2018). Detecting and Differentiating the Direction of Change and Intervention Effects in Randomized Trials. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103(1), 37-53.

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Brady, J.M., Hammer, L.B., Mohr, C.D., & Bodner, T. (2020). Supportive Supervisor Training Improves Marital Relationship Quality among Employee and Spouse Dyads. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology

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Hammer, L.B., Brady J.M., & Perry, M. (2020). Training supervisors to support veterans at work: Effects on supervisor attitudes and employee sleep and stress. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 93, 273-301

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Hammer, L. B., Wan, W. H., Brockwood, K.,J.,  Bodner, T., & Mohr, C. D. (2018).

Supervisor support training effects on veteran health and work outcomes in the civilian workplace. Journal of Applied Psychology.

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Hammer, L. B., Wan, W. H., Brockwood, K. J., Mohr, C. D., & Carlson, K. F. (2017). Military, work, and health characteristics of veterans and reservists from the Study for Employment Retention of Veterans (SERVe). Military Psychology. 29(6), 491-512.

This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis Group in Military Psychology on 18/20/2018

Lee, J. D., O'Neill, A. S., Denning, E. C., Mohr, C. D., Hammer, L. B. (2020). A Dyadic Examination of Drinking Behaviors within Military-Connected Couples. Military Behavioral Health.

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McCabe, C., Mohr, C., Hammer, L. B., Carlson, K. F., (2019). PTSD Symptomology and Motivated Alcohol Use Among Military Service Members: Testing a Conditional Indirect Effect Model of Social Support. Substance Use & Misuse, 54:2, 257-270.

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Mohr, C., McCabe, C., Haverly, S., Hammer, L., & Carlson, K. (2018). Drinking motives and alcohol use: The SERVe study of U.S. current and former service members. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 79(1):79-87.

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Mohr, C.D., Hammer, L.B., Brady, J., Perry, M. & Bodner, T. (2021). Can Supervisor Support Improve Daily Employee Well-being? Evidence of Supervisor Training Effectiveness in a Study of Veteran Employee Moods. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.

O'Neill, A. S., Mohr, C. D., Bodner, T. E., & Hammer, L. B. (2020). Perceived Partner Responsiveness, Pain, and Sleep: A Dyadic Study of Military-Connected Couples. Health Psychology, 39, 1089–1099.

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Perry, M. L., Hammer, L. B., Bodner, T. E., Anger, W. K., & Brockwood, K. (2018).

Development and validation of a veteran-supportive supervisor behavior measure. Military Behavioral Health.

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Smith, N. A., Brady, J. M., Hammer, L., Carlson, K., & Mohr, C. (2020). Military sexual trauma among women veterans: The buffering effect of coworker support. Military Psychology, 32, 441-449.

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Wan, W., Haverly, S. N., & Hammer, L. (2018). Work, Stress, and Health of Military Couples Across Transitions. In P. D. Harms and P. L. Perrewé (Eds.). Research in Occupational Stress and Well-being (Vol. 16): Examining the Stress and Well-being of our Military and Veterans. (pp 69-90). UK: Emerald Publishing.

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The SERVe team would like to recognize the following people and organizations for their support:

Former Governor Kitzhaber
Former Governor Kulongoski
Former Adjutant General Daniel Hokanson, ORNG
Multnomah County Task Force on Veteran Affairs
Cameron Smith, Director, Oregon Department of Veteran's Affairs

SERVe is funded by the U.S. Department of Defense

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