Christiane Hoppmann
Christiane Hoppmann
Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia
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Positive couple interactions and daily cortisol: On the stress-protecting role of intimacy
B Ditzen, C Hoppmann, P Klumb
Psychosomatic medicine 70 (8), 883-889, 2008
Cohort differences in cognitive aging and terminal decline in the Seattle Longitudinal Study.
D Gerstorf, N Ram, C Hoppmann, SL Willis, KW Schaie
Developmental psychology 47 (4), 1026, 2011
Diurnal profiles of salivary cortisol and alpha-amylase change across the adult lifespan: evidence from repeated daily life assessments
UM Nater, CA Hoppmann, SB Scott
Psychoneuroendocrinology 38 (12), 3167-3171, 2013
Spousal interrelations in old age–a mini-review
C Hoppmann, D Gerstorf
Gerontology 55 (4), 449-459, 2009
Neuroticism and conscientiousness are associated with cortisol diurnal profiles in adults—Role of positive and negative affect
UM Nater, C Hoppmann, PL Klumb
Psychoneuroendocrinology 35 (10), 1573-1577, 2010
The nature and correlates of self-esteem trajectories in late life.
J Wagner, D Gerstorf, C Hoppmann, MA Luszcz
Journal of personality and social psychology 105 (1), 139, 2013
Altruism and prosocial behavior
J Lay, C Hoppmann
Springer, 2015
Linking possible selves and behavior: Do domain-specific hopes and fears translate into daily activities in very old age?
CA Hoppmann, D Gerstorf, J Smith, PL Klumb
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2007
“Not just another walking program”: Everyday Activity Supports You (EASY) model—a randomized pilot study for a parallel randomized controlled trial
MC Ashe, M Winters, CA Hoppmann, MG Dawes, PA Gardiner, ...
Pilot and feasibility studies 1, 1-12, 2015
Choosing solitude: Age differences in situational and affective correlates of solitude-seeking in midlife and older adulthood
JC Lay, T Pauly, P Graf, A Mahmood, CA Hoppmann
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75 (3), 483-493, 2020
By myself and liking it? Predictors of distinct types of solitude experiences in daily life
JC Lay, T Pauly, P Graf, JC Biesanz, CA Hoppmann
Journal of Personality 87 (3), 633-647, 2019
Spousal interrelations in happiness in the Seattle Longitudinal Study: Considerable similarities in levels and change over time.
CA Hoppmann, D Gerstorf, SL Willis, KW Schaie
Developmental Psychology 47 (1), 1, 2011
Ambulatory assessment in lifespan psychology: An overview of current status and new trends
CA Hoppmann, M Riediger
European Psychologist 14 (2), 98-108, 2009
Spousal associations between functional limitation and depressive symptom trajectories: Longitudinal findings from the study of Asset and Health Dynamics Among the Oldest Old …
CA Hoppmann, D Gerstorf, A Hibbert
Health Psychology 30 (2), 153, 2011
Reciprocal relationship between acute stress and acute fatigue in everyday life in a sample of university students
JM Doerr, B Ditzen, J Strahler, A Linnemann, J Ziemek, N Skoluda, ...
Biological psychology 110, 42-49, 2015
How we experience being alone: Age differences in affective and biological correlates of momentary solitude
T Pauly, JC Lay, UM Nater, SB Scott, CA Hoppmann
Gerontology 63 (1), 55-66, 2016
Division of labor in German dual‐earner families: Testing equity theoretical hypotheses
P Klumb, C Hoppmann, M Staats
Journal of marriage and family 68 (4), 870-882, 2006
Self-esteem is relatively stable late in life: the role of resources in the health, self-regulation, and social domains.
J Wagner, C Hoppmann, N Ram, D Gerstorf
Developmental psychology 51 (1), 136, 2015
Terminal decline in well-being: The role of social orientation.
D Gerstorf, CA Hoppmann, CE Löckenhoff, FJ Infurna, J Schupp, ...
Psychology and aging 31 (2), 149, 2016
Memory and depressive symptoms are dynamically linked among married couples: longitudinal evidence from the AHEAD study.
D Gerstorf, CA Hoppmann, KM Kadlec, JJ McArdle
Developmental Psychology 45 (6), 1595, 2009
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