Nathaniel M. Lambert mainly investigates Social psychology, Gratitude, Interpersonal relationship, Meaning and Social perception. His study on Life satisfaction is often connected to Grounded theory as part of broader study in Social psychology. His work carried out in the field of Gratitude brings together such families of science as Broaden-and-build, Positive psychology, Clinical psychology and Positive emotion.
His work in Interpersonal relationship addresses subjects such as Self-concept, which are connected to disciplines such as Attribution, Meaningful life, Belongingness and Social support. His Meaning study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Family relations and Young adult. His work on Social desirability as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to Spouse and Voice, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Interpersonal relationship, Gratitude and Prayer. The Social psychology study which covers Meaning that intersects with Social rejection. His Developmental psychology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Social relation.
His Interpersonal relationship research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Interpersonal communication, Empathy, Personality Assessment Inventory and Self-concept. His work deals with themes such as Intervention, Mental health and Broaden-and-build, which intersect with Gratitude. His study looks at the relationship between Prayer and fields such as Positive thoughts, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Interpersonal relationship, Aggression and Gratitude. His Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Materialism, Prayer and Meaning. His Social desirability and Young adult study in the realm of Developmental psychology interacts with subjects such as Trait and PsycINFO.
His study in Interpersonal relationship is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Interpersonal communication, Personality Assessment Inventory, Attribution and Social rejection. Nathaniel M. Lambert combines subjects such as Feeling and Personality with his study of Aggression. His Gratitude study combines topics in areas such as Intervention, Life satisfaction and Prosocial behavior.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Aggression, Interpersonal relationship, Developmental psychology and Injury prevention. Nathaniel M. Lambert works in the field of Social psychology, focusing on Life satisfaction in particular. His Aggression research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social psychology and Personality.
His study looks at the relationship between Interpersonal relationship and topics such as Gratitude, which overlap with Positive emotion and Personality Assessment Inventory. He has included themes like Experience sampling method, Meaningful life, Attribution and Meaning in his Developmental psychology study. His Injury prevention study which covers Human factors and ergonomics that intersects with Suicide prevention.
To Belong Is to Matter Sense of Belonging Enhances Meaning in Life
Nathaniel M. Lambert;Tyler F. Stillman;Joshua A. Hicks;Shanmukh Kamble.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2013)
Alone and Without Purpose: Life Loses Meaning Following Social Exclusion.
Tyler F. Stillman;Roy F. Baumeister;Nathaniel M. Lambert;A. Will Crescioni.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (2009)
Benefits of Expressing Gratitude Expressing Gratitude to a Partner Changes One’s View of the Relationship
Nathaniel M. Lambert;Margaret S. Clark;Jared Durtschi;Frank D. Fincham.
Psychological Science (2010)
A Prototype Analysis of Gratitude: Varieties of Gratitude Experiences
Nathaniel M. Lambert;Steven M. Graham;Frank D. Fincham.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2009)
How Religiosity Helps Couples Prevent, Resolve, and Overcome Marital Conflict*
Nathaniel M. Lambert;David C. Dollahite.
Family Relations (2006)
Gratitude and depressive symptoms: The role of positive reframing and positive emotion
Nathaniel M. Lambert;Frank D. Fincham;Tyler F. Stillman.
Cognition & Emotion (2012)
Expressing gratitude to a partner leads to more relationship maintenance behavior.
Nathaniel M. Lambert;Frank D. Fincham.
More gratitude, less materialism: The mediating role of life satisfaction.
Nathaniel M. Lambert;Frank D. Fincham;Tyler F. Stillman;Lukas R. Dean.
The Journal of Positive Psychology (2009)
Family as a salient source of meaning in young adulthood
Nathaniel M. Lambert;Tyler F. Stillman;Roy F. Baumeister;Frank D. Fincham.
The Journal of Positive Psychology (2010)
So far away from one's partner, yet so close to romantic alternatives: avoidant attachment, interest in alternatives, and infidelity.
C. Nathan DeWall;Nathaniel M. Lambert;Erica B. Slotter;Richard S. Pond Jr..
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2011)
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