Hunt, Ed

Seeking M.A. in Interpersonal Communication

Email Address: ehunt@utexas.edu
Hometown: Plano, TX
B.A. Degree: UT Austin, Communication Studies (Interpersonal)
 

Current Research Interests: Identity, health communication, linguistic affect and agency

Projected Graduation Date: Spring 2021 

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Matt McGlone

Table, B., Hunt, E., Lamar, C., Barbour, J. B. & Brown, V. A. (2020). A multiple goals approach to understanding communication challenges for mental health care teams in implementing psychiatric advance directives in a clinical organization. Paper to be presented at the annual convention of the National Communication Association Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Hunt, E. (2020). I’ll just deal with the emotional consequences afterward: How gender performance affects the use of uncertainty reduction strategies during conversations of sexual consent. Paper to be presented at the 6th Annual Conflict Conference, Austin, TX (Conference canceled due to COVID-19).

Glowacki, E.M., Zhu, Y., Hunt, E., Magsamen-Conrad, K, & Bernhardt, J. (2016). Facilitators & barriers to smartwatch use among individuals with chronic diseases: A qualitative study. Presented at the annual University of Texas McCombs Healthcare Symposium, Austin, TX.

Costa-Giomi, E. & Hunt, E. (2014).  Digital music toys for young children: Parents’ reviews of the Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube. Presented at the Texas Music Educators Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

- UT Austin CommSGC Scholarship 2020

-Manuscripts Submitted for Review

Table, B., Hunt, E., Lamar, C., Barbour, J. B., & Brown, V. A. (under review). A multiple goals approach to understanding communication challenges for mental health care teams in implementing psychiatric advance directives in a clinical organization. 

-Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Costa-Giomi, E. & Hunt, E. (2014). Digital music toys for young children: Parents’ reviews of the Munchkin Mozart MagicTM Cube. Texas Music Education Research.

-Book Chapters

Hunt, E. (2015). Sleep: Are we getting enough? In L. Steiker (Ed.), The University of Texas office of the president’s signature course stories: Transforming undergraduate learning (pp. 124). University of Texas at Austin, School of Undergraduate Studies.

-Books

Bednarski, L., Camacho, A., Hunt, E., Nbemeneh, C., & Walker, J. E.K (2014). The undergraduate journal of black business history volume 1. The Center for the Study of Black Business, History, Entrepreneurship & Technology (CBBH) at the University of Texas at Austin.