Benjamin P. Chapman
Benjamin P. Chapman
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center
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Association of an educational program in mindful communication with burnout, empathy, and attitudes among primary care physicians
MS Krasner, RM Epstein, H Beckman, AL Suchman, B Chapman, ...
Jama 302 (12), 1284-1293, 2009
Gender differences in Five Factor Model personality traits in an elderly cohort
BP Chapman, PR Duberstein, S Sörensen, JM Lyness
Personality and individual differences 43 (6), 1594-1603, 2007
Body image, eating behaviors, and attitudes toward exercise among gay and straight men
PL Kaminski, BP Chapman, SD Haynes, L Own
Eating behaviors 6 (3), 179-187, 2005
Personality and longevity: knowns, unknowns, and implications for public health and personalized medicine
BP Chapman, B Roberts, P Duberstein
Journal of aging research 2011, 2011
Mindfulness-based stress reduction for older adults: effects on executive function, frontal alpha asymmetry and immune function
JA Moynihan, BP Chapman, R Klorman, MS Krasner, PR Duberstein, ...
Neuropsychobiology 68 (1), 34-43, 2013
Personality, socioeconomic status, and all-cause mortality in the United States
BP Chapman, K Fiscella, I Kawachi, PR Duberstein
American journal of epidemiology 171 (1), 83-92, 2010
The relationship between gender and postconcussion symptoms after sport-related mild traumatic brain injury
SJ Preiss-Farzanegan, B Chapman, TM Wong, J Wu, JJ Bazarian
Pm&r 1 (3), 245-253, 2009
Big 5 personality traits and interleukin-6: Evidence for “healthy Neuroticism” in a US population sample
NA Turiano, DK Mroczek, J Moynihan, BP Chapman
Brain, behavior, and immunity 28, 83-89, 2013
Personality-informed interventions for healthy aging: conclusions from a National Institute on Aging work group.
BP Chapman, S Hampson, J Clarkin
Developmental psychology 50 (5), 1426, 2014
Personality-informed interventions for healthy aging: conclusions from a National Institute on Aging work group.
BP Chapman, S Hampson, J Clarkin
Developmental psychology 50 (5), 1426, 2014
Personality and the leading behavioral contributors of mortality.
NA Turiano, BP Chapman, TL Gruenewald, DK Mroczek
Health Psychology 34 (1), 51, 2015
Personality traits, education, and health-related quality of life among older adult primary care patients
B Chapman, P Duberstein, JM Lyness
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2007
Personality and risk for Alzheimer's disease in adults 72 years of age and older: a 6-year follow-up.
PR Duberstein, BP Chapman, HA Tindle, KM Sink, P Bamonti, J Robbins, ...
Psychology and aging 26 (2), 351, 2011
Personality predicts cognitive function over 7 years in older persons
B Chapman, P Duberstein, HA Tindle, KM Sink, J Robbins, DJ Tancredi, ...
The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 20 (7), 612-621, 2012
Perceived control reduces mortality risk at low, not high, education levels.
NA Turiano, BP Chapman, S Agrigoroaei, FJ Infurna, M Lachman
Health psychology 33 (8), 883, 2014
Replicability and 40-year predictive power of childhood ARC types.
BP Chapman, LR Goldberg
Journal of personality and social psychology 101 (3), 593, 2011
Emotion suppression and mortality risk over a 12-year follow-up
BP Chapman, K Fiscella, I Kawachi, P Duberstein, P Muennig
Journal of psychosomatic research 75 (4), 381-385, 2013
Coolness: An empirical investigation
I Dar-Nimrod, IG Hansen, T Proulx, DR Lehman, BP Chapman, ...
Journal of Individual Differences, 2012
Emotional intelligence in young and middle adulthood: Cross-sectional analysis of latent structure and means.
BP Chapman, B Hayslip Jr
Psychology and aging 21 (2), 411, 2006
Emotional intelligence: a theoretical framework for individual differences in affective forecasting.
M Hoerger, BP Chapman, RM Epstein, PR Duberstein
Emotion 12 (4), 716, 2012
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