Virgil Zeigler-Hill mostly deals with Social psychology, Self-esteem, Developmental psychology, Narcissism and Self-concept. Virgil Zeigler-Hill combines topics linked to Perception with his work on Social psychology. His Self-esteem research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Optimism, Psychotherapeutic interventions, Empirical research and Implicit attitude.
His Developmental psychology study which covers Association that intersects with Clinical psychology. His research integrates issues of Perspective-taking, Daily diary and Cognition, Social cognition in his study of Narcissism. His studies deal with areas such as Self-knowledge, Cognitive psychology, Self psychology and Flexibility as well as Self-concept.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Personality, Narcissism and Self-esteem. His Social psychology research focuses on Association and how it relates to Humor styles. His Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Feeling and Interpersonal relationship.
His Personality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Interpersonal communication and Clinical psychology. His study in Narcissism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Admiration, Assertiveness and Machiavellianism, Psychopathy. His study in the field of Self-esteem instability, Contingent self-esteem and Self worth also crosses realms of Context.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Narcissism, Personality, Admiration and Rivalry. His Social psychology research includes themes of Romance and Association. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Narcissism, Neuroticism, Extraversion and introversion and Psychoanalysis is strongly linked to Assertiveness.
His Personality research includes elements of Developmental psychology and Clinical psychology. His research in Developmental psychology is mostly focused on Aggression. In his study, Self-esteem is strongly linked to Stuttering, which falls under the umbrella field of Perception.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Narcissism, Personality, Admiration and Rivalry. His Social psychology research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Ideology and Social dominance orientation. His Narcissism study deals with Assertiveness intersecting with Extraversion and introversion and Neuroticism.
His Personality research integrates issues from Developmental psychology and Isolation. Virgil Zeigler-Hill performs multidisciplinary study in Developmental psychology and Context in his work. His work deals with themes such as Romance, Romantic partners, Daily diary and Perception, which intersect with Admiration.
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Discrepancies Between Implicit and Explicit Self-Esteem: Implications for Narcissism and Self-Esteem Instability
Journal of Personality (2006)
Self-Enhancement Tendencies Among People With High Explicit Self-Esteem: The Moderating Role of Implicit Self-Esteem
Jennifer K. Bosson;Ryan P. Brown;Virgil Zeigler-Hill;William B. Swann Jr..
Self and Identity (2003)
Untangling the links between narcissism and self‐esteem: A theoretical and empirical review.
Jennifer K. Bosson;Chad E. Lakey;W. Keith Campbell;Virgil Zeigler-Hill.
Social and Personality Psychology Compass (2008)
Narcissism and the non-equivalence of self-esteem measures: A matter of dominance?
Ryan P. Brown;Virgil Zeigler-Hill.
Journal of Research in Personality (2004)
Narcissistic subtypes and contingent self-esteem: do all narcissists base their self-esteem on the same domains?
Virgil Zeigler-Hill;C. Brendan Clark;Jessica D. Pickard.
Journal of Personality (2008)
The Connections Between Self-Esteem and Psychopathology
Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy (2011)
Understanding the connection between self-esteem and aggression: The mediating role of emotion dysregulation
Carlo Garofalo;Christopher J. Holden;Virgil Zeigler-Hill;Patrizia Velotti.
Aggressive Behavior (2016)
Intuition and the correspondence between implicit and explicit self-esteem.
Christian H. Jordan;Mervyn Whitfield;Virgil Zeigler-Hill.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2007)
Barriers to the success of ethnic minority students in school psychology graduate programs.
Chelsi R. Clark;Sterett H. Mercer;Virgil Zeigler-Hill;Brad A. Dufrene.
School Psychology Review (2012)
Organization of self-knowledge: Features, functions, and flexibility
Carolin J. Showers;Virgil Zeigler-Hill.
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