Nancy Collins
Nancy Collins
Professor of Social Psychology, University of California Santa Barbara
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Adult attachment, working models, and relationship quality in dating couples.
NL Collins, SJ Read
Journal of personality and social psychology 58 (4), 644, 1990
55451990
Self-disclosure and liking: a meta-analytic review.
NL Collins, LC Miller
Psychological bulletin 116 (3), 457, 1994
16761994
A safe haven: An attachment theory perspective on support seeking and caregiving in intimate relationships.
NL Collins, BC Feeney
Journal of personality and social psychology 78 (6), 1053, 2000
16392000
Working models of attachment: Implications for explanation, emotion, and behavior.
NL Collins
Journal of personality and social psychology 71 (4), 810, 1996
16121996
Cognitive representations of attachment: The content and function of working models
NL Collins, LM Allard
Blackwell handbook of social psychology: Interpersonal processes 2, 60-85, 2001
16062001
Cognitive representations of attachment: The content and function of working models
NL Collins, LM Allard
Blackwell handbook of social psychology: Interpersonal processes 2, 60-85, 2001
16052001
Cognitive representations of attachment: The content and function of working models
NL Collins, LM Allard
Blackwell handbook of social psychology: Interpersonal processes 2, 60-85, 2001
16052001
Attachment styles, emotion regulation, and adjustment in adolescence.
ML Cooper, PR Shaver, NL Collins
Journal of personality and social psychology 74 (5), 1380, 1998
13701998
Social support in pregnancy: psychosocial correlates of birth outcomes and postpartum depression.
NL Collins, C Dunkel-Schetter, M Lobel, SC Scrimshaw
Journal of personality and social psychology 65 (6), 1243, 1993
9541993
Working models of attachment shape perceptions of social support: evidence from experimental and observational studies.
NL Collins, BC Feeney
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (3), 363, 2004
8872004
Optimizing assurance: The risk regulation system in relationships.
SL Murray, JG Holmes, NL Collins
Psychological bulletin 132 (5), 641, 2006
8192006
Predictors of caregiving in adult intimate relationships: An attachment theoretical perspective.
BC Feeney, NL Collins
Journal of personality and social psychology 80 (6), 972, 2001
7592001
A new look at social support: A theoretical perspective on thriving through relationships
BC Feeney, NL Collins
Personality and Social Psychology Review 19 (2), 113-147, 2015
6602015
Adult attachment styles, perceived social support and coping strategies
TC Ognibene, NL Collins
Journal of social and personal relationships 15 (3), 323-345, 1998
5191998
Attachment styles and internal working models of self and relationship partners
N Collins, CL Clark, PR Shaver
Knowledge structures in close relationships: A social psychological approach 25, 1996
4591996
Working models of attachment: New developments and emerging themes.
NL Collins, AMC Guichard, MB Ford, BC Feeney
Guilford Publications, 2004
3482004
Prenatal health behaviors and psychosocial risk factors in pregnant women of Mexican origin: the role of acculturation.
RE Zambrana, SC Scrimshaw, N Collins, C Dunkel-Schetter
American journal of public health 87 (6), 1022-1026, 1997
3321997
Motivations for caregiving in adult intimate relationships: Influences on caregiving behavior and relationship functioning
BC Feeney, NL Collins
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29 (8), 950-968, 2003
3042003
Working models of attachment and attribution processes in intimate relationships
NL Collins, MB Ford, AMC Guichard, LM Allard
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (2), 201-219, 2006
2832006
Psychosocial vulnerability from adolescence to adulthood: A prospective study of attachment style differences in relationship functioning and partner choice
NL Collins, ML Cooper, A Albino, L Allard
Journal of personality 70 (6), 965-1008, 2002
2692002
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