Dr. David Turnipseed

Dr. David Turnipseed

Professor
Management

Research Interests

  • Leadership
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Organization Citizenship Behavior
  • Entitlement

Recent Publications

VandeWaa, E. A., Turnipseed, D. L., & Lawrence, S. (2019). A Leadership Opportunity: Nurses Political Astuteness and Participation, Journal of Nursing Administration, (forthcoming, December, 2019).

Turnipseed. D. L. (2019). iRobot in2018: Can the Company Keep the Magic? In A. A. Thompson, M. A. Peteraf, J. E. Gamble, & A. J. Strickland, Crafting and Executing Strategy: The Quest for Competitive Advantage (22st ed). Chicago, Il: McGraw Hill.

Turnipseed,D. L. & Landay, K.* (2018). The Role of the Dark Triad in Perceptions of Academic Incivility. Personality and Individual Differences, 135, 286 – 291. *K. Landay is PhD student at University of Alabama  

Turnipseed,D. L. (2018). Emotional Intelligence and OCB: The Moderating Effect of Locus of Control. The Journal of Social Psychology, 158(3), 322 – 336.

Turnipseed,D. L. (2016). GoPro in 2016:  In A. A. Thompson, M. A. Peteraf, J. E. Gamble, & A. J. Strickland, Crafting and Executing Strategy: The Quest for Competitive Advantage (21st ed). Chicago, Il: McGraw Hill.

Turnipseed,D.L., & Cohen*, S. (2015).  Academic Entitlement and Socially Aversive Personalities: Does the Dark Triad Predict Academic Entitlement? Personality and Individual Differences, 88, 72 - 75.
 * DBA Student at Univ of South Alabama

Lorenz*, M., Gamble, J. E., Turnipseed, D. L., & Weaver, K. M. (2015). Do Owners and Managers Really Differ? An Examination of Satisfaction with Overall Firm Performance in Small and Medium Size Enterprises. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management.16, 3, 171 – 181.
* M. Lorenz is  PhD student at Univ. of Alabama

Turnipseed, D. L. (2015). Mystic Monk Coffee,  In A. A. Thompson, M. A. Peteraf, J. E. G Gamble, & A. J. Strickland, Crafting and Executing Strategy: The Quest for Competitive Advantage (19th ed). Chicago, Il: McGraw Hill. Pp. C1 – C5.

VandeWaa, E. A., Turnipseed, D. L., & Cain, G. (2016). Panacea or Placebo? An Evaluation of the Value of Emotional Intelligence in Healthcare. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration. 38, 4.

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Recent Presentations

Turnipseed, D. L. & Landay, K.* (2018 – August). In the Eye of the Beholder: The Dark Triad and Academic Incivility, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
* Landay – PhD Student at University of Alabama     

Turnipseed, D. L. (2017 – August). Locus of Control and Psychological Empowerment:   Individual Variances and Substitutes for Leadership. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. 

Turnipseed, D. L. (2016 – August).  Emotional Intelligence and OCB: The Moderating Role of    Locus of Control. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

Turnipseed, D. L. & Cohen, S. R*. (2016 – August). More Different than Alike: A Gender and    Cultural Analysis of Academic Entitlement.  Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.
* Cohen – DBA student – Univ. of South Alabama

Turnipseed, D. L., & VandeWaa, E. A. (2015 – August).  The Little Engine That Could:   Psychological Empowerment and Citizenship Behavior. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Runner – up Best paper in Healthcare Track

Turnipseed, D. L. (2015 – August). Academic Entitlement and Aversive Personality: Does the     Dark Triad Predict Academic Entitlement?  Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Lorenz, M* Gamble, J. E., Weaver, K. M., & Turnipseed, D. L. (2015 - February) Do Owners and Managers Really Differ? An Examination of Satisfaction with Overall Firm Performance in Small and Medium Size Enterprises. United States Association for Small Business and   Entrepreneurship Annual Meeting.
 *  Lorenz - PhD Student – Univ of Alabama
Winner: Best Doctoral Student Paper