Yu Niiya, Ph.D.

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University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Jennifer Crocker grad student 2006 University of Michigan
 (Contingent self -worth and vulnerable self-esteem: Learning orientations as a buffer.)
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Niiya Y, Crocker J. (2019) Interdependent = Compassionate? Compassionate and Self-Image Goals and Their Relationships With Interdependence in the United States and Japan. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 192
Niiya Y. (2015) Does a Favor Request Increase Liking Toward the Requester? The Journal of Social Psychology
Kuncewicz D, Niiya Y, Crocker J. (2015) Are Compassionate and Self-Image Goals Comparable across Cultures? Polish Psychological Bulletin. 46: 513-522
Shimizu M, Niiya Y, Shigemasu E. (2015) Achievement goals and improvement following failure: moderating roles of self-compassion and contingency of self-worth Self and Identity
Niiya Y, Crocker J, Mischkowski D. (2013) Compassionate and Self-Image Goals in the United States and Japan Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 44: 389-405
Niiya Y, Ellsworth PC. (2012) Acceptability of favor requests in the United States and Japan Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 43: 273-285
Niiya Y, Harihara M. (2012) Relationship closeness and control as determinants of pleasant amae Asian Journal of Social Psychology. 15: 189-197
Niiya Y, Brook AT, Crocker J. (2010) Contingent self-worth and self-handicapping: Do incremental theorists protect self-esteem? Self and Identity. 9: 276-297
Crocker J, Niiya Y, Mischkowski D. (2008) Why does writing about important values reduce defensiveness? Self-affirmation and the role of positive other-directed feelings. Psychological Science. 19: 740-7
Niiya Y, Ballantyne R, North MS, et al. (2008) Gender, contingencies of self-worth, and achievement goals as predictors of academic cheating in a controlled laboratory setting Basic and Applied Social Psychology. 30: 76-83
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