222 Uris Hall
Psychology, Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853-7601
- EMAIL: HGS2@CORNELL.EDU
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Harry G. Segal
Senior LecturerDownload Vita
- The uses of narrative in clinical assessment
- Adolescent psychopathology
- Lifespan development
- Connections between the creative and therapeutic processes
- Psychodynamic approaches to literary texts
Segal, H.G. (2005). Possible selves, fantasy and the Anticipated Life History: Exploring the role of the imagination in social cognition. In C. Dunkel & J. Kerpelman (Eds.), Possible Selves: Theory, Research, and Application, New York: Nova Science Publishing
Segal, H.G., Wood, G., DeMeis, D.K., Smith, H.L. (2003). Future events, gender & mental health: Clinical assessment using the anticipated life history measure. Assessment, 10(1), 1-12.
Segal, H.G., Vizueta, N., Biuckians, A., Pollak, K.B. (2003). The impact of early experience on the creative process: Findings from a new story completion task. Imagination, Cognition & Personality, 21(2), 91-109.
Segal, H.G., DeMeis, D.K., Wood, G., Smith, H.L. (2001). Assessing future life expectations by gender and socio-economic status using the anticipated life history measure. Journal of Personality,69(1),57-87.