Nicholas A. Kuiper
Nicholas A. Kuiper
Professor of Clinical Psychology, Western University, London, Canada
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Self-reference and the encoding of personal information.
TB Rogers, NA Kuiper, WS Kirker
Journal of personality and social psychology 35 (9), 677, 1977
Schematic processing and self-reference in clinical depression.
PA Derry, NA Kuiper
Journal of abnormal psychology 90 (4), 286, 1981
Encoding of personal information: Self–other differences.
NA Kuiper, TB Rogers
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 37 (4), 499, 1979
Coping humour, stress, and cognitive appraisals.
NA Kuiper, RA Martin, LJ Olinger
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du …, 1993
Humor is not always the best medicine: Specific components of sense of humor and psychological well-being
NA Kuiper, M Grimshaw, C Leite, G Kirsh
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 17 (1-2), 135-168, 2004
Humor, coping with stress, self-concept, and psychological well-being
RA Martin, NA Kuiper, LJ Olinger, KA Dance
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 6 (1), 89-104, 1993
Depressed and nondepressed content self‐reference in mild depressives
NA Kuiper, PA Derry
Journal of personality 50 (1), 67-80, 1982
Depression and causal attributions for success and failure.
NA Kuiper
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 36 (3), 236, 1978
Factor structure of the Dysfunctional Attitude Scale in a student population
DB Cane, LJ Olinger, IH Gotlib, NA Kuiper
Journal of clinical psychology 42 (2), 307-309, 1986
Relationships between the frequency of social comparisons and self-concept clarity, intolerance of uncertainty, anxiety, and depression
B Butzer, NA Kuiper
Personality and individual differences 41 (1), 167-176, 2006
Humor and resiliency: Towards a process model of coping and growth
NA Kuiper
Europe's Journal of Psychology 8 (3), 2012
Social comparison and negative self-evaluations: An application to depression
SR Swallow, NA Kuiper
Clinical Psychology Review 8 (1), 55-76, 1988
Humor styles as mediators between self-evaluative standards and psychological well-being
NA Kuiper, N McHale
The Journal of psychology 143 (4), 359-376, 2009
Cognitive appraisals and individual differences in sense of humor: Motivational and affective implications
NA Kuiper, SD McKenzie, KA Belanger
Personality and individual differences 19 (3), 359-372, 1995
Self and other perception in mild depressives
NA Kuiper, MR MacDonald
Social Cognition 1 (3), 223-239, 1982
Dysfunctional attitudes and stressful life events: An interactive model of depression
LJ Olinger, NA Kuiper, BF Shaw
Cognitive therapy and research 11, 25-40, 1987
Daily occurrence of laughter: Relationships with age, gender, and Type A personality
RA Martin, NA Kuiper
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 12 (4), 355-384, 1999
Social support and social negativity findings in depression: Perceived responsiveness to basic psychological needs
MS Ibarra-Rovillard, NA Kuiper
Clinical psychology review 31 (3), 342-352, 2011
A stress and coping model of child maltreatment
JMC Hillson, NA Kuiper
Clinical Psychology Review 14 (4), 261-285, 1994
Convergent evidence for the self as a prototype: The" inverted-U RT effect" for self and other judgments
NA Kuiper
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 7 (3), 438-443, 1981
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