His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Attribution, Coping, Cognitive psychology and Grief. The various areas that John H. Harvey examines in his Social psychology study include Perception and Social perception. His study looks at the relationship between Attribution and fields such as Interpersonal interaction, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
John H. Harvey combines subjects such as Interpersonal relationship, Romantic partners and Stepfamily with his study of Coping. His research in Cognitive psychology intersects with topics in Stressor, Social competence, Motor cognition, Social cognition and Thanatology. His studies deal with areas such as Collective identity, Miller, Social identity theory, Family caregivers and Social constructionism as well as Grief.
John H. Harvey mainly investigates Social psychology, Attribution, Psychoanalysis, Developmental psychology and Social psychology. John H. Harvey interconnects Perception, Social perception and Narrative in the investigation of issues within Social psychology. His Attribution research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cognitive psychology, Epistemology, Causality, Cognition and Focus.
John H. Harvey is interested in Romance, which is a field of Psychoanalysis. John H. Harvey has included themes like Coping and Clinical psychology in his Developmental psychology study. By researching both Close relationship and Closeness, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
John H. Harvey spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Romance, Psychoanalysis, Developmental psychology and Perspective. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Perception and Narrative. His Friendship research extends to the thematically linked field of Romance.
His studies in Psychoanalysis integrate themes in fields like Passion and Miller. His study in Developmental psychology concentrates on Relationship maintenance and Stepfamily. His Relationship maintenance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social support and Meaning.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Grief, Developmental psychology, Positive psychology and Coping. His Social psychology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Narrative. His research investigates the connection between Narrative and topics such as Kiss that intersect with issues in Miller and Romance.
His Grief study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mental health and Extenuating circumstances. His Positive psychology research includes themes of Human condition, Thanatology, Perception and Cross-cultural psychology. His Relationship maintenance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social relation, Clinical psychology and Evolutionary psychology.
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New directions in attribution research
John H. Harvey;William John Ickes;Robert F. Kidd.
Cognition, social behavior, and the environment
John H. Harvey.
Causal Attribution: From Cognitive Processes to Collective Beliefs.
John H. Harvey;Rene Martin Alt;Miles Hewstone.
Contemporary Sociology (1991)
Current Issues in Attribution Theory and Research
John H. Harvey;Gifford Weary.
Annual Review of Psychology (1984)
Attribution: Basic Issues and Applications
John H. Harvey;Gifford Weary.
Interpersonal Accounts: A Social Psychological Perspective
John H. Harvey;Ann L. Weber;Terry L. Orbuch.
The Handbook of Sexuality in Close Relationships
John H. Harvey;Amy Wenzel;Susan Sprecher.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (2006)
Personality and coping: three generations of research.
Jerry Suls;James P. David;John H. Harvey.
Journal of Personality (1996)
Do people use consensus information in making causal attributions
Gary L. Wells;John H. Harvey.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1977)
Coping with sexual assault: The roles of account-making and confiding
John H. Harvey;Terri L. Orbuch;Kathleen D. Chwalisz;Gail Garwood.
Journal of Traumatic Stress (1991)
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