Theodore E. A. Waters
Theodore E. A. Waters
Assistant Professor of Psychology, New York University - Abu Dhabi
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei nyu.edu
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The making of autobiographical memory: Intersections of culture, narratives and identity
R Fivush, T Habermas, TEA Waters, W Zaman
International Journal of Psychology 46 (5), 321-345, 2011
3882011
Relations between narrative coherence, identity, and psychological well‐being in emerging adulthood
TEA Waters, R Fivush
Journal of personality 83 (4), 441-451, 2015
1222015
Caregiving antecedents of secure base script knowledge: a comparative analysis of young adult attachment representations.
RD Steele, TEA Waters, KK Bost, BE Vaughn, W Truitt, HS Waters, ...
Developmental psychology 50 (11), 2526, 2014
882014
Autobiographical memory functions served by multiple event types
TEA Waters, PJ Bauer, R Fivush
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (2), 185-195, 2014
772014
The many facets of meaning making: Comparing multiple measures of meaning making and their relations to psychological distress
TEA Waters, JF Shallcross, R Fivush
Memory 21 (1), 111-124, 2013
752013
Can an unpredictable childhood environment enhance working memory? Testing the sensitized-specialization hypothesis.
ES Young, V Griskevicius, JA Simpson, TEA Waters, C Mittal
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (6), 891, 2018
68*2018
Relations between the functions of autobiographical memory and psychological wellbeing
TEA Waters
Memory 22 (3), 265-275, 2014
672014
Secure base representations in middle childhood across two Western cultures: Associations with parental attachment representations and maternal reports of behavior problems.
TEA Waters, G Bosmans, E Vandevivere, A Dujardin, HS Waters
Developmental Psychology 51 (8), 1013, 2015
662015
AAI coherence predicts caregiving and care seeking behavior: Secure base script knowledge helps explain why
TEA Waters, SL Brockmeyer, JA Crowell
Attachment & human development 15 (3), 316-331, 2013
592013
Origins of secure base script knowledge and the developmental construction of attachment representations
TEA Waters, SK Ruiz, GI Roisman
Child Development 88 (1), 198-209, 2017
452017
Connecting the self to traumatic and positive events: Links to identity and well-being
N Merrill, TEA Waters, R Fivush
Memory 24 (10), 1321-1328, 2016
452016
The latent structure of secure base script knowledge.
TEA Waters, RC Fraley, AM Groh, RD Steele, BE Vaughn, KK Bost, ...
Developmental psychology 51 (6), 823, 2015
382015
Effectiveness of interventions in preventing disorganized attachment: A meta-analysis
CR Facompré, K Bernard, TEA Waters
Development and Psychopathology 30 (1), 1-11, 2018
342018
Null's the word: A comparison of memory quality for intensely negative and positive events
TEA Waters, JG Bohanek, K Marin, R Fivush
Memory 21 (6), 633-645, 2013
322013
Multiple domains of parental secure base support during childhood and adolescence contribute to adolescents’ representations of attachment as a secure base script
BE Vaughn, TEA Waters, RD Steele, GI Roisman, KK Bost, W Truitt, ...
Attachment & Human Development 18 (4), 317-336, 2016
312016
The secure base script concept: An overview
TEA Waters, GI Roisman
Current opinion in psychology 25, 162-166, 2019
252019
Learning to love: From your mother’s arms to your lover’s arms
T Waters
The Medium 30 (19), 1-4, 2004
252004
A linguistic inquiry and word count analysis of the Adult Attachment Interview in two large corpora.
TEA Waters, RD Steele, GI Roisman, KC Haydon, C Booth-LaForce
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du …, 2016
232016
The nature of narrative coherence: An empirical approach
JM Adler, TEA Waters, J Poh, S Seitz
Journal of Research in Personality 74, 30-34, 2018
222018
Lack of trust in maternal support is associated with negative interpretations of ambiguous maternal behavior
S De Winter, E Vandevivere, TEA Waters, C Braet, G Bosmans
Journal of Child and Family Studies 25 (1), 146-151, 2016
212016
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