Tahira M. Probst, Ph.D.
Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1998
Office: VCLS 208K - Vancouver (Regional Campus)
Phone: (360) 546-9746
- Psychology 311: Elementary Statistics
- Psychology 412: Psychological Testing and Measurement
- Psychology 495: Field Experience in Personnel Psychology
- Psychology 512: Correlation, Regression and Quasi-Experimental Design
- Occupational Health, Well-Being and Safety
- Economic Stress and Job Insecurity
- Organizational Safety Climate
- Accident Under-reporting
Estrada, A. X., Probst, T. M., Brown, J. W. & Graso, M. (2011). Evaluating the psychometric and measurement characteristics of a measure of sexual orientation harassment. Military Psychology, 23, 1–17.
Probst, T. M. (2011). On the use, misuse, and absence of theory in stress and health research. Stress & Health, 27, 1-2.
Konig, C. K., Probst, T. M., Staffen, S., & Graso, M. (2011). A Swiss-U.S. comparison of the correlates of job insecurity. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 60, 141–159.
Probst, T. M. & Graso, M. (2011). Reporting and investigating accidents: Recognizing the tip of the iceberg. In S. Clarke, C. Cooper, & R. Burke (Eds.), Occupational health and safety: Psychological and behavioral challenges (pp. 71-94). Surrey, United Kingdom: Gower.
Probst, T. M. (2011). Job insecurity: Implications for occupational health and safety. In A. Antoniou & C. Cooper (Eds.), New Directions in Organizational Psychology and Behavioral Medicine (pp. 313-328). Farnham, UK: Gower.
Probst, T. M. (2010). Multi-level models of stress and well-being. Stress and Health, 26, 95-97.
Probst, T. M., & Ekore, J. (2010). An exploratory study of the costs of job insecurity in Nigeria. International Studies of Management and Organization, 40(1), 92-104.
Probst, T. M., & Estrada, A. X. (2010). Accident under-reporting among employees: Testing the moderating influence of safety climate and supervisor enforcement of safety practices. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 42, 1438-1444.
Probst, T. M. & Graso, M. (2010). Reporting and investigating accidents: Recognizing the tip of the iceberg. In S. Clarke, C. Cooper, & R. Burke (Eds.), Occupational health and safety: Psychological and behavioral challenges. Surrey, United Kingdom: Gower.
Probst, T. M., & Strand, P. (2010). Perceiving and responding to job insecurity: A workplace spirituality perspective. Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion, 7, 135-156.
Reisel, W. D., & Probst, T. M. (2010). Twenty-five years of studies of job insecurity. International Studies of Management and Organization, 40(1), 3-5.
Reisel, W. D., Probst, T. M., Chia, S-L., Maloles, C. M., & Konig, C. K. (2010). The effects of job insecurity on job satisfaction, organizational citizenship behavior, deviant behavior, and negative emotions of employees. International Studies of Management and Organization, 40(1), 74-91.
Sinclair, R., Sears, L. E., Probst, T. M., & Zajack, M. (2010). A multilevel model of economic stress and employee well-being. In J. Houdmont & S. Leka (Eds.) Contemporary Occupational Health Psychology: Global Perspectives on Research and Practice: v. 1 (pp. 1-21). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.