Robert Hill Ph.D.

Dr. Hill's interests include Perfectionism; Interpersonal Characteristics; Self Injury; Personality and University Ombudsperson.

There are 5 included publications by Robert Hill Ph.D.:

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Adaptive and Maladaptive Narcissism among University Faculty, Clergy, Politicians, and Librarians 1998 7278 Some adaptive narcissistic characteristics may be prevalent in individuals in occupations that involve leadership or authority, provide social attention and prestige, or require a confident social presentation. The present study investigated the expe...
Differences Between Self- and Peer Ratings of Interpersonal Problems 1998 1478 Interpersonal problems are frequently a source of distress for individuals and the focus of psychotherapeutic interventions. A self-report circumplex measure, the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems-Circumplex (IIP-C), was modified for this investi...
Is Perfectionism Categorical or Dimensional? A Taxometric Analysis 2008 1495 Considerable debate exists within the perfectionism literature regarding whether perfectionism is most accurately conceptualized as a dimensional or categorical construct. Specifically, some researchers have viewed perfectionism as a continuous const...
A New Measure of Perfectionism: The Perfectionism Inventory 2004 9942 In this investigation, we produced a new 8-scale measure of perfectionism called the Perfectionism Inventory (PI) that is designed to capture the important constructs provided by 2 existing Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (MPS; Frost, Marten, La...
Perfectionistic concerns suppress associations between perfectionistic strivings and positive life outcomes 2010 5127 Perfectionism has been frequently associated with diverse negative psychological outcomes, but less frequently with positive psychological outcomes. This investigation reports multiple regression analyses based on survey data from 216 psychology stud...