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 Ashalee Christine Hurst

Ashalee Christine Hurst

hurst13@nsuok.edu

  • Assistant Professor
    Psychology Broken Arrow

Office Location

  • Broken Arrow
    • Broken Arrow Education 257
    • Phone: (918) 449-6540

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Bio

I began my teaching career as graduate student at Texas Tech University. In Fall 2018, I joined Northeastern State University as an Assistant Professor of Psychology & Counseling

Education:

  • Ph D, Experimental Psychology, Texas Tech University, , 2018
  • MA, Experimental Psychology, University of Central Oklahoma, , 2011
  • BA, Psychology, University of Central Oklahoma, , 2009

Research Interests:

My research primarily focuses on women’s aggression against other women. Currently, I am testing how both biological factors (e.g., hormones) and social factors (e.g., family history, scarcity of resources) relate to aggressive behavior.

Teaching Interests:

I haves taught courses in Social Psychology, Close Relationships, Research Methods, Careers in Psychology, Personality Psychology, Introductory Psychology, Human Sexuality, Positive Psychology, & Theories of Learning.

Professional Activities:

Presentations:

  • Women’s aggression toward rivals with invested fathers and high sociosexuality - 1st annual meeting of the Flyover-State Scientists Integrating Evolution - - 01 Aug 2019
  • Women’s fertility status alters other women’s jealousy and mate guarding - Graduate Research Competition at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association - - 01 Apr 2016
  • Women’s jealousy and mate guarding are altered by other women’s fertility - 13th annual Evolutionary Psychology Preconference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology - - 01 Jan 2016
  • Women are less aggressive toward Presentations trustworthy rivals but only if the rivals are not ovulating - 21st annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology - - 01 Jan 2020
  • Resources, parenthood, & direct aggression - 37th annual meeting of the Oklahoma Psychological Society - - 01 Jan 2019
  • How does women’s mate guarding aggression change based on paternal investment, ethnicity, and sociosexuality? - 37th annual meeting of the Oklahoma Psychological Society - - 01 Jan 2019
  • When women report having children, direct aggression increases and their household income decreases. - 20th annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology - - 01 Jan 2019
  • Women’s mate guarding is different toward women with invested fathers versus non-invested fathers. - 14th annual Evolutionary Psychology Preconference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology - - 01 Jan 2018
  • Ovulating women primed with aggression prefer less masculine men than non-ovulating women - 18th annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology - - 01 Jan 2017
  • Other women’s fertility status predicts women’s jealousy. - 17th annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology - - 01 Jan 2016

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