B.A., University of Arizona
M.A., Ph.D., University of South Florida
Hershcovis, M. S. (2011). “Incivility, social undermining, bullying… oh my!”: A call to reconcile constructs within workplace aggression research. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 32(3), 499-519.
Kristof‐Brown, A. L., Zimmerman, R. D., & Johnson, E. C. (2005). Consequences of individuals' fit at work: A meta-analysis of person-job, person-organization, person-group, and person-supervisor fit. Personnel Psychology, 58(2), 281-342.
Spector, P. E., & Fox, S. (2005). The Stressor-Emotion Model of Counterproductive Work Behavior. In S. Fox & P. E. Spector (Eds.), Counterproductive work behavior: Investigations of actors and targets (p. 151–174). American Psychological Association.
Dr. Arvan's research examines how stressful experiences at work affect employee attitudes, health and well-being, and performance, with an emphasis on methodological concerns. Protecting and effectively managing at-risk employees is another theme of interest. She has ongoing research focusing on overqualified employees, customer-facing employees, and employees who struggle with the boundaries between work and nonwork.