Yu Niiya
Yu Niiya
Professor, Hosei University
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Why does writing about important values reduce defensiveness? Self-affirmation and the role of positive other-directed feelings
J Crocker, Y Niiya, D Mischkowski
Psychological science 19 (7), 740-747, 2008
The pursuit of self‐esteem: Contingencies of self‐worth and self‐regulation
J Crocker, AT Brook, Y Niiya, M Villacorta
Journal of personality 74 (6), 1749-1772, 2006
From vulnerability to resilience: Learning orientations buffer contingent self-esteem from failure
Y Niiya, J Crocker, EN Bartmess
Psychological Science 15 (12), 801-805, 2004
Terror management in Japan
SJ Heine, M Harihara, Y Niiya
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 5 (3), 187-196, 2002
Amae in Japan and the United States: An exploration of a" culturally unique" emotion.
Y Niiya, PC Ellsworth, S Yamaguchi
Emotion 6 (2), 279, 2006
Contingent self-worth and self-handicapping: Do incremental theorists protect self-esteem?
Y Niiya, AT Brook, J Crocker
Self and Identity 9 (3), 276-297, 2010
Gender, contingencies of self-worth, and achievement goals as predictors of academic cheating in a controlled laboratory setting
Y Niiya, R Ballantyne, MS North, J Crocker
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 30 (1), 76-83, 2008
Compassionate and self-image goals in the United States and Japan
Y Niiya, J Crocker, D Mischkowski
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 44 (3), 389-405, 2013
Mastery goals and contingent self-worth: A field study
Y Niiya*, J Crocker**
Revue internationale de psychologie sociale 21 (1), 135-154, 2008
Achievement goals and improvement following failure: Moderating roles of self-compassion and contingency of self-worth
M Shimizu, Y Niiya, E Shigemasu
Self and Identity 15 (1), 107-115, 2016
Does a favor request increase liking toward the requester?
Y Niiya
The Journal of social psychology 156 (2), 211-221, 2016
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade: Self-compassion increases adaptive beliefs about failure
Y Miyagawa, Y Niiya, J Taniguchi
Journal of Happiness Studies 21, 2051-2068, 2020
Can self-compassion help people regulate unattained goals and emotional reactions toward setbacks?
Y Miyagawa, J Taniguchi, Y Niiya
Personality and Individual Differences 134, 239-244, 2018
Relationship closeness and control as determinants of pleasant amae
Y Niiya, M Harihara
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 15 (3), 189-197, 2012
Acceptability of favor requests in the United States and Japan
Y Niiya, PC Ellsworth
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43 (2), 273-285, 2012
Social media users produce more affect that supports cultural values, but are more influenced by affect that violates cultural values.
TW Hsu, Y Niiya, M Thelwall, M Ko, B Knutson, JL Tsai
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 121 (5), 969, 2021
Are compassionate and self-image goals comparable across cultures?
D Kuncewicz, Y Niiya, J Crocker
Polish Psychological Bulletin, 2015
Do mastery goals buffer self-esteem from the threat of failure?
Y Niiya, J Crocker
Japanese Journal of Psychology, 2007
Contingencies of self-worth: Implications for motivation and achievement
J Crocker, Y Niiya
Social psychological perspectives 49, 2008
Interdependent= compassionate? Compassionate and self-image goals and their relationships with interdependence in the United States and Japan
Y Niiya, J Crocker
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 192, 2019
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