Nathan W. Hudson
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Are adult attachment styles categorical or dimensional? A taxometric analysis of general and relationship-specific attachment orientations.
RC Fraley, NW Hudson, ME Heffernan, N Segal
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (2), 354, 2015
2982015
Volitional personality trait change: Can people choose to change their personality traits?
NW Hudson, RC Fraley
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (3), 490, 2015
2872015
Personality trait development and social investment in work
NW Hudson, BW Roberts, J Lodi-Smith
Journal of research in personality 46 (3), 334-344, 2012
1752012
Goals to change personality traits: Concurrent links between personality traits, daily behavior, and goals to change oneself
NW Hudson, BW Roberts
Journal of Research in Personality 53, 68-83, 2014
1372014
Changing for the better? Longitudinal associations between volitional personality change and psychological well-being
NW Hudson, RC Fraley
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (5), 603-615, 2016
602016
Social investment in work reliably predicts change in conscientiousness and agreeableness: A direct replication and extension of Hudson, Roberts, and Lodi-Smith (2012)
NW Hudson, BW Roberts
Journal of Research in Personality 60, 12-23, 2016
602016
Review of intensive longitudinal methods: an introduction to diary and experience sampling research
RC Fraley, NW Hudson
The Journal of Social Psychology 154 (1), 89-91, 2014
542014
You have to follow through: Attaining behavioral change goals predicts volitional personality change.
NW Hudson, DA Briley, WJ Chopik, J Derringer
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 117 (4), 839, 2019
532019
Do people’s desires to change their personality traits vary with age? An examination of trait change goals across adulthood
NW Hudson, RC Fraley
Social Psychological and Personality Science 7 (8), 847-856, 2016
472016
Not all attachment relationships develop alike: Normative cross-sectional age trajectories in attachment to romantic partners, best friends, and parents
NW Hudson, RC Fraley, WJ Chopik, ME Heffernan
Journal of Research in Personality 59, 44-55, 2015
432015
Coregulation in romantic partners’ attachment styles: A longitudinal investigation
NW Hudson, RC Fraley, CC Brumbaugh, AM Vicary
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (7), 845-857, 2014
412014
Day-to-day affect is surprisingly stable: a 2-year longitudinal study of well-being
NW Hudson, RE Lucas, MB Donnellan
Social psychological and personality science 8 (1), 45-54, 2017
402017
Adult attachment and perceptions of closeness
NW Hudson, RC Fraley
Personal Relationships 24 (1), 17-26, 2017
322017
Getting older, feeling less? A cross-sectional and longitudinal investigation of developmental patterns in experiential well-being.
NW Hudson, RE Lucas, MB Donnellan
Psychology and Aging 31 (8), 847, 2016
242016
Religion, the forbidden, and sublimation
D Cohen, E Kim, NW Hudson
Current Directions in Psychological Science 23 (3), 208-214, 2014
232014
Volitional personality change
NW Hudson, RC Fraley
Personality development across the lifespan, 555-571, 2017
222017
Change goals robustly predict trait growth: A mega-analysis of a dozen intensive longitudinal studies examining volitional change
NW Hudson, RC Fraley, WJ Chopik, DA Briley
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (6), 723-732, 2020
202020
Income reliably predicts daily sadness, but not happiness: A replication and extension of Kushlev, Dunn, and Lucas (2015)
NW Hudson, RE Lucas, MB Donnellan, K Kushlev
Social psychological and personality science 7 (8), 828-836, 2016
202016
Team-based learning improves course outcomes in introductory psychology
LL Travis, NW Hudson, GM Henricks-Lepp, WS Street, J Weidenbenner
Teaching of Psychology 43 (2), 99-107, 2016
192016
Partner similarity matters for the insecure: Attachment orientations moderate the association between similarity in partners’ personality traits and relationship satisfaction
NW Hudson, RC Fraley
Journal of Research in Personality 53, 112-123, 2014
182014
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