Edward C. Chang
Edward C. Chang
Professor of Psychology
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Optimism & pessimism: Implications for theory, research, and practice.
EC Chang
American Psychological Association, 2001
677*2001
Hope, problem‐solving ability, and coping in a college student population: Some implications for theory and practice
EC Chang
Journal of clinical psychology 54 (7), 953-962, 1998
4991998
Optimism and pessimism as partially independent constructs: Relationship to positive and negative affectivity and psychological well-being
EC Chang, A Maydeu-Olivares, TJ D'Zurilla
Personality and individual Differences 23 (3), 433-440, 1997
4861997
Cultural differences in optimism, pessimism, and coping: Predictors of subsequent adjustment in Asian American and Caucasian American college students.
EC Chang
Journal of Counseling Psychology 43 (1), 113, 1996
4781996
Dispositional optimism and primary and secondary appraisal of a stressor: Controlling for confounding influences and relations to coping and psychological and physical adjustment.
EC Chang
Journal of personality and social psychology 74 (4), 1109, 1998
4631998
Social problem‐solving deficits and hopelessness, depression, and suicidal risk in college students and psychiatric inpatients
TJ D'Zurilla, EC Chang, EJ Nottingham IV, L Faccini
Journal of clinical psychology 54 (8), 1091-1107, 1998
3861998
The positive psychology of negative thinking
JK Norem, EC Chang
Journal of clinical psychology 58 (9), 993-1001, 2002
3702002
Assessing the dimensionality of optimism and pessimism using a multimeasure approach
EC Chang, TJ D'Zurilla, A Maydeu-Olivares
Cognitive therapy and research 18 (2), 143-160, 1994
3651994
How Adaptive and Maladaptive Perfectionism Relate to Positive and Negative Psychological Functioning: Testing a Stress-Mediation Model in Black and White Female College Students.
EC Chang, A Watkins, KH Banks
Journal of Counseling Psychology 51 (1), 93, 2004
3512004
The relations between social problem solving and coping
TJ D'zurilla, EC Chang
Cognitive therapy and research 19 (5), 547-562, 1995
3201995
Cultural differences, perfectionism, and suicidal risk in a college population: Does social problem solving still matter?
EC Chang
Cognitive therapy and research 22 (3), 237-254, 1998
3171998
Optimism, pessimism, and positive and negative affectivity in middle-aged adults: A test of a cognitive-affective model of psychological adjustment.
EC Chang, LJ Sanna
Psychology and aging 16 (3), 524, 2001
3152001
Perfectionism as a predictor of positive and negative psychological outcomes: Examining a mediation model in younger and older adults.
EC Chang
Journal of Counseling psychology 47 (1), 18, 2000
3012000
The influence of hope on appraisals, coping, and dysphoria: A test of hope theory
EC Chang, SL DeSimone
Journal of social and clinical psychology 20 (2), 117-129, 2001
2882001
Social problem solving: Theory, research, and training.
EC Chang, TJ D'Zurilla, LJ Sanna
American Psychological Association, 2004
2792004
Self-esteem and social problem solving as predictors of aggression in college students
TJ D'zurilla, EC Chang, LJ Sanna
Journal of social and clinical psychology 22 (4), 424-440, 2003
2692003
Does dispositional optimism moderate the relation between perceived stress and psychological well-being?: A preliminary investigation
EC Chang
Personality and individual differences 25 (2), 233-240, 1998
2671998
Perfectionism as a predictor of subsequent adjustment: Evidence for a specific diathesis–stress mechanism among college students.
EC Chang, KL Rand
Journal of counseling psychology 47 (1), 129, 2000
2602000
Optimism and risk for job burnout among working college students: Stress as a mediator
EC Chang, KL Rand, DR Strunk
Personality and Individual Differences 29 (2), 255-263, 2000
2462000
Cultural variations in optimistic and pessimistic bias: Do Easterners really expect the worst and Westerners really expect the best when predicting future life events?
EC Chang, K Asakawa, LJ Sanna
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 81 (3), 476, 2001
2102001
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