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
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
Coping humour, stress, and cognitive appraisals.
NA Kuiper, RA Martin, LJ Olinger
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du …, 1993
Depressed and nondepressed content self‐reference in mild depressives
NA Kuiper, PA Derry
Journal of personality 50 (1), 67-80, 1982
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
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
Social comparison and negative self-evaluations: An application to depression
SR Swallow, NA Kuiper
Clinical Psychology Review 8 (1), 55-76, 1988
Humor and resiliency: Towards a process model of coping and growth
NA Kuiper
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 8 (3), 2012
Self and other perception in mild depressives
NA Kuiper, MR MacDonald
Social Cognition 1 (3), 223-239, 1982
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
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
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
Symptoms as self-handicapping strategies: The virtues of old wine in a new bottle
NA Kuiper, MR MacDonald
Integrations of clinical and social psychology 89, 102, 1982
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
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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