1970 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His primary areas of investigation include Hardiness, Social psychology, Personality, Clinical psychology and Stress. His study in Hardiness is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Developmental psychology, Social relation, Applied psychology and Meaning. His study on Self-control is often connected to Health behavior as part of broader study in Developmental psychology.
His research brings together the fields of Test and Social psychology. His work carried out in the field of Personality brings together such families of science as Cognitive dissonance and Rational analysis. His Clinical psychology research includes themes of Resistance and Social support.
Salvatore R. Maddi focuses on Hardiness, Social psychology, Personality, Clinical psychology and Developmental psychology. As a part of the same scientific family, Salvatore R. Maddi mostly works in the field of Hardiness, focusing on Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory and, on occasion, Negative affectivity. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Coping and Meaning.
His work in the fields of Personality Assessment Inventory overlaps with other areas such as Construct validity, Constitution and Health psychology. His work deals with themes such as Denial and Big Five personality traits, which intersect with Clinical psychology. Salvatore R. Maddi incorporates Developmental psychology and Health behavior in his research.
His primary areas of study are Hardiness, Social psychology, Coping, Personality and Clinical psychology. His Hardiness research incorporates themes from Grit and Training course, Medical education. His Social psychology research includes elements of Phenomenon and Thriving.
His research investigates the connection with Coping and areas like Anxiety which intersect with concerns in Mood, Religiosity, Optimism and Developmental psychology. His studies in Personality integrate themes in fields like Existentialism, Psychological resilience and Meaning. In his research on the topic of Clinical psychology, Addiction, Emotional intelligence and Stressor is strongly related with Denial.
Hardiness and health: a prospective study.
Suzanne C. Kobasa;Salvatore R. Maddi;Stephen Kahn.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1982)
Functions Of Varied Experience
Donald Winslow Fiske;Salvatore R. Maddi.
Personality and constitution as mediators in the stress-illness relationship
Suzanne C. Kobasa;Salvatore R. Maddi;Sheila Courington.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (1981)
The story of hardiness: Twenty years of theorizing, research, and practice.
Salvatore R. Maddi.
Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research (2002)
Personality Theories : A Comparative Analysis
Salvatore R. Maddi.
The personality construct of hardiness, III: Relationships with repression, innovativeness, authoritarianism, and performance.
Salvatore R. Maddi;Richard H. Harvey;Deborah M. Khoshaba;John L. Lu.
Journal of Personality (2006)
The Hardy Executive: Health Under Stress
Salvatore R. Maddi;Suzanne C. Kobasa.
Personality and exercise as buffers in the stress-illness relationship
Suzanne C. Kobasa;Salvatore R. Maddi;Mark C. Puccetti.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine (1982)
The Role of Hardiness and Grit in Predicting Performance and Retention of USMA Cadets
Salvatore R. Maddi;Michael D. Matthews;Dennis R. Kelly;Brandilynn Villarreal.
Military Psychology (2012)
EFFECTIVENESS OF HARDINESS, EXERCISE AND SOCIAL SUPPORT AS RESOURCES AGAINST ILLNESS
Suzanne C. Ouellette Kobasa;Salvatore R. Maddi;Mark C. Puccetti;Marc A. Zola.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (1985)
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