Per F. Gjerde

Affiliations: 
University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
Area:
Developmental Psychology, Personality Psychology
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Gjerde PF. (2014) An evaluation of ethnicity research in developmental psychology. Critiques and recommendations Human Development. 57: 176-205
Carlson KS, Gjerde PF. (2009) Preschool Personality Antecedents of Narcissism in Adolescence and Emergent Adulthood: A 20-Year Longitudinal Study. Journal of Research in Personality. 43: 570-578
Gjerde PF, Cardilla K. (2009) Developmental implications of openness to experience in preschool children: gender differences in young adulthood. Developmental Psychology. 45: 1455-64
Gjerde PF, Cardilla K. (2005) Social network research in the era of globalization: Moving beyond the local Human Development. 48: 95-101
Gjerde PF, Onishi M, Carlson KS. (2004) Personality characteristics associated with romantic attachment: a comparison of interview and self-report methodologies. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 30: 1402-15
Gjerde PF. (2004) Culture, power, and experience: Toward a person-centered cultural psychology Human Development. 47: 138-157
Onishi M, Gjerde PF. (2002) Attachment strategies in Japanese urban middle-class couples: A cultural theme analysis of asymmetry in marital relationships Personal Relationships. 9: 435-455
Weir RC, Gjerde PF. (2002) Preschool personality prototypes: Internal coherence, cross-study replicability, and developmental outcomes in adolescence Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 28: 1229-1241
Gjerde PF. (2001) Attachment, culture, and amae The American Psychologist. 56: 826-827
Onishi M, Gjerde PF, Block J. (2001) Personality implications of romantic attachment patterns in young adults: A multi-method, multi-informant study Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 27: 1097-1110
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