Nancy C. Higgins, Ph.D.
Nancy C. Higgins, Ph.D.
Professor, Psychology, St. Thomas University
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TitleCited byYear
On the evolution of self-knowledge and self-deception
D Krebs, K Denton, NC Higgins
Sociobiological perspectives on human development, 105-139, 1988
751988
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
592008
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
542006
The controllability of negative life experiences mediates unrealistic optimism
NC Higgins, MD St Amand, GD Poole
Social Indicators Research 42 (3), 299-323, 1997
501997
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
411999
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
332001
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
322015
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
312008
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
282003
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
271999
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
172002
Release from proactive and retroactive interference in motor short-term memory
J Dickinson, N Higgins
Journal of Motor Behavior 9 (1), 61-66, 1977
131977
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
122015
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
122012
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
112014
Construct validity of unsupportive attributional style: The impact of life outcome controllability
NC Higgins, M Morrison
Social Indicators Research 45 (1), 319-342, 1998
101998
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
51993
Unrealistic optimism as a function of repeated victimization
NC Higgins, JE Watson
CANADIAN PSYCHOLOGY-PSYCHOLOGIE CANADIENNE 36 (2 A), 122, 1995
31995
Observer bias in perceptions of responsibility
AJ Davison, NC Higgins
American Psychologist 48 (5), 584a, 1993
21993
Age-differences in the contingent negative variation (CNV) and accuracy of recall: The effects of task difficulty
NC Higgins
Psychophysiology 20 (4), 446, 1983
21983
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