Nancy C. Higgins, Ph.D.
Nancy C. Higgins, Ph.D.
Professor, Psychology, St. Thomas University
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On the evolution of self-knowledge and self-deception
D Krebs, K Denton, NC Higgins
Sociobiological perspectives on human development, 105-139, 1988
Attributional feedback-induced changes in functional and dysfunctional attributions, expectations of success, hopefulness, and short-term persistence in a novel sport
D Le Foll, O Rascle, NC Higgins
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 9 (2), 77-101, 2008
The controllability of negative life experiences mediates unrealistic optimism
NC Higgins, MD St Amand, GD Poole
Social Indicators Research 42 (3), 299-323, 1997
Persistence in a putting task during perceived failure: Influence of state‐attributions and attributional style
D Le Foll, O Rascle, NC Higgins
Applied Psychology: An International Review 55 (4), 586-605, 2006
Construct validity of attributional style: Modeling context-dependent item sets in the Attributional Style Questionnaire
NC Higgins, BD Zumbo, JL Hay
Educational and Psychological Measurement 59 (5), 804-820, 1999
Coping styles, pain expressiveness, and implicit theories of chronic pain
NC Higgins, SJ Bailey, DL LaChapelle, K Harman, T Hadjistavropoulos
The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied 149 (7), 737-750, 2015
Attributional retraining alters novice golfers’ free practice behavior
O Rascle, D Le Foll, NC Higgins
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 20 (2), 157-164, 2008
Culture moderates the self-serving bias: Etic and emic features of causal attributions in India and in Canada
NC Higgins, G Bhatt
Social Behavior and Personality 29 (1), 49-61, 2001
Attributional style moderates the impact of causal controllability information on helping behavior
NC Higgins, JK Shaw
Social Behavior and Personality 27 (3), 221-235, 1999
Attributional style predicts causes of negative life events on the Attributional Style Questionnaire
NC Higgins, JL Hay
The Journal of Social Psychology 143 (2), 253-271, 2003
Accurate pain detection is not enough: Contextual and attributional style as biasing factors in patient evaluations and treatment choice
LM Lundquist, NC Higgins, KM Prkachin
Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research 7 (2), 114-132, 2002
Durability and generalization of attribution-based feedback following failure: Effects on expectations and behavioral persistence
O Rascle, D Le Foll, M Charrier, NC Higgins, T Rees, P Coffee
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 18, 68-74, 2015
An individual differences measure of attributions that affect achievement behavior: Factor structure and predictive validity of the Academic Attributional Style Questionnaire
NC Higgins, MRP LaPointe
Sage Open 2 (4), 1-15, 2012
Attractiveness, diagnostic ambiguity, and disability cues impact perceptions of women with pain
DL LaChapelle, S Lavoie, NC Higgins, T Hadjistavropoulos
Rehabilitation Psychology 59 (2), 162-170, 2014
Release from proactive and retroactive interference in motor short-term memory
J Dickinson, N Higgins
Journal of Motor Behavior 9 (1), 61-66, 1977
Construct validity of unsupportive attributional style: The impact of life outcome controllability
NC Higgins, M Morrison
Social Indicators Research 45 (1), 319-342, 1998
Cross-situational consistency in attributions about the causes of others' misfortunes: A critical evaluation of attributional style
NC Higgins
Theses (Psychology) Simon Fraser University, 1993
An interactive activation and competition model of person knowledge, suggested by proactive interference by traits spontaneously inferred from behaviours
YE Wang, NC Higgins, JS Uleman, A Michaux, D Vipond
British Journal of Social Psychology 55 (1), 126-143, 2015
Unrealistic optimism as a function of repeated victimization
NC Higgins, JE Watson
The effect of implicit theories of pain on pain and disability in people with chronic low back pain
SJ Summers, NC Higgins, M Te, A Byrne, LS Chipchase
Musculoskeletal Science and Practice 40, 65-71, 2019
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