Salvatore R. Maddi

Affiliations: 
Psychology and Social Behavior - Ph.D. University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
Area:
Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology
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Maddi SR, Matthews MD, Kelly DR, et al. (2017) The Continuing Role of Hardiness and Grit on Performance and Retention in West Point Cadets Military Psychology. 29: 355-358
Maddi SR. (2014) Hardiness leads to meaningful growth through what is learned when resolving stressful circumstances Meaning in Positive and Existential Psychology. 291-302
Maddi SR, Erwin LM, Carmody CL, et al. (2013) Relationship of hardiness, grit, and emotional intelligence to internet addiction, excessive consumer spending, and gambling Journal of Positive Psychology. 8: 128-134
Maddi SR. (2013) Hardiness as the existential courage to grow through searching for meaning The Experience of Meaning in Life: Classical Perspectives, Emerging Themes, and Controversies. 227-239
Maddi SR. (2012) Gold medal award for life achievement in psychology in the public interest American Psychologist. 67: 353-355
Maddi SR, Harvey RH, Khoshaba DM, et al. (2012) The relationship of hardiness and some other relevant variables to college performance Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 52: 190-205
Maddi SR, Matthews MD, Kelly DR, et al. (2012) The Role of Hardiness and Grit in Predicting Performance and Retention of USMA Cadets Military Psychology. 24: 19-28
Maddi SR. (2012) Hardiness as the existential courage to turn stresses into growth opportunities Motivation, Consciousness and Self-Regulation. 127-138
Maddi SR, Khoshaba DM, Harvey RH, et al. (2011) The personality construct of hardiness, v: Relationships with the construction of existential meaning in life Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 51: 369-388
Maddi SR, Harvey RH, Khoshaba DM, et al. (2009) The personality construct of hardiness, IV: Expressed in positive cognitions and emotions concerning oneself and developmentally relevant activities Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 49: 292-305
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