Raymond L. Higgins
Ph.D., 1973, University of Wisconsin
Research Areas: Clinical Psychology
My interests lie in two primary areas: Attributional mechanisms underlying peoples' efforts to cope with the receipt of adverse information about themselves and the etiology and treatment of anxiety disorders.
Snyder, C. R., Higgins, R. L., & Stucky, R. (2005). Excuses: Masquerades in Search of Grace, Revised Ed. Clinton Corners, NY: Percheron.
Higgins, R.L., Snyder, C.R., and Berglas, S. (1990). Self-Handicapping: The Paradox That Isn't. New York : Plenum. Higgins, R. L. (2002). Reality Negotiation. In C. R. Snyder & S. Lopez (Eds.), The handbook of positive psychology. Oxford University Press.
Higgins, R. L., & Leibowitz, R. (1999). Reality negotiation and coping: The social construction of adaptive outcomes. In C. R. Snyder (Ed.), Coping: The psychology of what works (pp. 20-49). New York : Oxford University Press.