Heidi A. Wayment
Heidi A. Wayment
Regents' Professor of Psychological Sciences, Northern Arizona University
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Social constraints, intrusive thoughts, and depressive symptoms among bereaved mothers.
SJ Lepore, RC Silver, CB Wortman, HA Wayment
Journal of personality and social psychology 70 (2), 271, 1996
Self-evaluation processes
SE Taylor, E Neter, HA Wayment
Personality and social psychology bulletin 21 (12), 1278-1287, 1995
Social comparison, self-regulation, and motivation.
SE Taylor, HA Wayment, M Carrillo
The Guilford Press, 1996
Attachment style and bereavement reactions
HA Wayment, J Vierthaler
Journal of Loss &Trauma 7 (2), 129-149, 2002
Self‐evaluation processes: Motives, information use, and self‐esteem
HA Wayment, SE Taylor
Journal of personality 63 (4), 729-757, 1995
The relative contributions of race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, health, and social relationships to life satisfaction in the United States
SD Barger, CJ Donoho, HA Wayment
Quality of Life Research 18, 179-189, 2009
Self-esteem in intercollegiate athletes
JK Gotwals, JG Dunn, HA Wayment
Journal of sport Behavior 26 (1), 17-38, 2003
It could have been me: Vicarious victims and disaster-focused distress
HA Wayment
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (4), 515-528, 2004
Transcending self-interest: Psychological explorations of the quiet ego.
HA Wayment, JJ Bauer
American Psychological Association, 2008
The quiet ego scale: Measuring the compassionate self-identity
HA Wayment, JJ Bauer, K Sylaska
Journal of Happiness Studies 16, 999-1033, 2015
Increasing student participation in undergraduate research benefits students, faculty, and department
HA Wayment, KL Dickson
Teaching of Psychology 35 (3), 194-197, 2008
Acculturation, sexual risk taking, and HIV health promotion among Latinas.
MD Newcomb, GE Wyatt, GJ Romero, MB Tucker, HA Wayment, ...
Journal of Counseling Psychology 45 (4), 454, 1998
The psychology of the quiet ego.
JJ Bauer, HA Wayment
American Psychological Association, 2008
Culture and context: Buffering the relationship between stressful life events and risky behaviors in American Indian youth
JA Baldwin, BG Brown, HA Wayment, RA Nez, KM Brelsford
Substance Use & Misuse 46 (11), 1380-1394, 2011
Social support and well-being among lesbian and heterosexual women: A structural modeling approach
HA Wayment, LA Peplau
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 21 (11), 1189-1199, 1995
Growth motivation toward two paths of eudaimonic self-development
JJ Bauer, SW Park, RM Montoya, HA Wayment
Journal of Happiness Studies 16, 185-210, 2015
Positive illusions and affect regulation.
SE Taylor, HA Wayment, MA Collins
Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1993
The quiet ego: Motives for self-other balance and growth in relation to well-being
HA Wayment, JJ Bauer
Journal of Happiness Studies 19, 881-896, 2018
Psychosocial correlates of emotional distress and risk behavior in African-American women at risk for HIV infection
A Nyamathi, HA Wayment, C Dunkel-Schetter
Anxiety, Stress and Coping 6 (2), 133-148, 1993
Doing and being: Mindfulness, health, and quiet ego characteristics among Buddhist practitioners
HA Wayment, B Wiist, BM Sullivan, MA Warren
Journal of Happiness Studies 12, 575-589, 2011
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