Dr.  Carrie Hurst

Associate Professor

Dr. Carrie Hurst

 

Office:  AWC K444 
Phone:
  615-963-7341 
Email: 
churst@tnstate.edu

 

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Personal Academic Credentials Research   
Curriculum Vitae

 

 Personal

Dr. Hurst's research interests relate broadly to individual and organizational career development issues and occupational health and safety. Specifically, recent publications have focused on consequences of experiencing a career plateau (Career Development Quarterly) and how employees cope with being plateaued in their jobs (Journal of Vocational Behavior). Dr. Hurst is also interested in research methods, with a recent book chapter focusing on the methodological rigor/validity of published qualitative research.

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Academic Credentials

Ph.D.,   The University of Georgia,  Athens, GA,  Applied (Industrial- Organizational) Psychology,  2008   

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Research

Refereed Articles 

Hurst, C. S., Baranik, L. E., & Daniel, F. (2012).  College student stressors: A review of the qualitative research.  Stress and Health.  

Hurst, C. S., Kungu, K., & Flott, P. (2012).  Stress, organizational citizenship behaviors, and coping: Comparisons among plateaued and non-plateaued employees.  Business and Management Research.  

Butts, M. M., Hurst, C. S., & Eby, L. T. (2012).  Supervisor health and safety support : Scale development and validation.  Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, 18, 97-118.  

Hurst, C. S. & Kungu, K. (2011).  Coping effectiveness: Differential predictions for plateaued employees.  Journal of Knowledge and Human Resource Management, 3, 38-46.  

Hurst, C. S. & Eby, L. T. (2010).  Plateaus and appraisal: Characteristics and experiences of plateaued employees.  Journal of Knowledge and Human Resource Management.  

McCleese, C. S., Eby, L. T., Scharlau, E. A., & Hoffmann, B. H. (2007).  Hierchical, job-content, and double plateaus: A mixed -method study of stress, depression, and coping responses.  Journal of Vocational Behavior.  

Hurst, C. S. & Eby, L. T. (2006).  Reactions to job content plateaus: Examining role ambiguity and hierchical plateaus as moderators.  Career Development Quarterly.  

Refereed Proceedings 

Full Paper

Hurst, C. S., Kungu, K., & Flott, P. (2012).  Don't forget the non-plateaued: Some insights on organizational citizenship behaviors, stress, and coping.  Academy of International Business - US Northeast Chapter (AIBNE).  

Hurst, C. S. & Eby, L. T. (2010).  Plateaus and appraisal: Experiences of hierarchically and job content plateaued employees.  Intellectbase International Consortium.  

Non-Refereed

Hurst, C. S. (2009). Qualitative Research: The red-headed stepchild in organizational and social science research?. Statistical and methodological myths and urban legends : Doctrine, verity and fable in the organizational and social sciences.  

Refereed

Hurst, C. S. & Eby, L. T. (2012). Organizational mentoring: Mentor or tormentor?.Handbook of quality-of-life problems: Enhancing ethics and improving quality of life at work.. Springer.  

Hurst, C. S. & Baranik, L. (2012). College women lacking resources: Insights on stressors from the qualitative literature.. The Economic Empowerment of Women: A Global Perspective. Informing Science Press.  

Hurst, C. S. (2012). Career plateaus among women: Consequences, causes, and coping. The Economic Empowerment of Women: A Global Perspective. Informing Science Press.  

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

National

Hurst, C. S. (2009). Organizational support for mentoring: Aligning mentor and protege expectations.   Annual Scociety for Industrial and Oganizational Psychology conference in New Orleans, LA, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Hurst, C. S. (2009). Conversations about health: Development of a supervisor health and safety support scale.   Annual Socitey for Industrial and Organizational Psychology conference in New Orleans, LA, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Hurst, C. S. (2009). Conversations about health: Development of a supervisor health and safety support scale.   Annual academy of Management conference in Chicago, IL, Chicago, Illinois.

Hurst, C. S. (2009). Proteges' Negative Mentoring Experiences and Psychological Withdrawal: The Role of Victim Prcipitation and coping Style.   Annual Work, Stress, and Health Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Curtis, S. L., Eby, L. T., Hurst, C. S., Baranik, L. E., & Owen, C. L. (2008). The relationship between clinician recovery status and work attitudes in the substance abuse treatment field.   Addiction Health Research Services, Boston, Massachusetts.

Hurst, C. S. (2008). Cnversations about health : Superior health and safety support scale development.   Sixth INternational Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, WAshington D.C, Washigton D.C, District of Columbia.

Hurst, C. S. (2008). Does bad beget bad in formal mentoring relationships? A dyaduc study.   Annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and organizational Psychology, San Francisco, CA, San Francisco, California.

Hurst, C. S. (2008). The relationship between clinician recovery status and work attitudes in the substance abuse treatment field.   Annual Addiction health Services Research conference in Boston, MA, Boston, Massachusetts.

Regional

Baker, M., Miller, A., Hurst, C. S., & Lisa, B. E. (2010). A review of the qualitative research examining stress and stress management among minority students.   Jean Mills Health Symposium, Greenville, North Carolina

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Curriculum Vitae

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