Mary J. Heppner

University of Missouri - Columbia, Columbia, MO, United States 
Guidance and Counseling Education, Clinical Psychology, General Religion
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Ginevra MC, Nota L, Heppner PP, et al. (2015) The Relationship of Personality Type, Problem-Solving Appraisal, and Learning Strategies Journal of Career Assessment. 23: 545-558
Jung AK, Heppner MJ. (2015) Work of Full-Time Mothers: Putting Voice to the Relational Theory of Working Career Development Quarterly. 63: 253-267
Heppner PP, Heppner MJ. (2013) Psychotherapy and problem-solving appraisal: Science informing practice to help people solve unsolvable problems Counselling Psychology Quarterly. 26: 238-249
Heppner MJ, Wagner J. (2011) Norman C. Gysbers: Reflections on three decades as editor of the journal of career development Journal of Career Development. 38: 431-439
Heppner MJ, Fu CC. (2010) Understanding the depth and richness of the cultural context in career counseling through the cultural formulation approach (CFA) Journal of Career Development. 37: 487-497
Choi H, Kim JH, Hwang MH, et al. (2010) Self-esteem as a Mediator Between Instrumentality, Gender Role Conflict and Depression in Male Korean High School Students Sex Roles. 63: 361-372
Hillenbrand-Gunn TL, Heppner MJ, Mauch PA, et al. (2010) Men as allies: the efficacy of a high school rape prevention intervention. Journal of Counseling and Development. 88: 43-51
Lee DG, Park HJ, Heppner MJ. (2009) Do clients' problem-solving appraisals predict career counseling outcomes or vice versa? A reanalysis of Heppner, et al. Psychological Reports. 105: 1159-66
Nota L, Heppner PP, Soresi S, et al. (2009) Examining cultural validity of the problem-solving inventory (PSI) in Italy Journal of Career Assessment. 17: 478-494
Heppner MJ, Heppner PP. (2009) On Men and Work: Taking the road less traveled Journal of Career Development. 36: 49-67
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