His main research concerns Anxiety disorder, Clinical psychology, Cognition, Psychometrics and Developmental psychology. He regularly ties together related areas like Cognitive therapy in his Anxiety disorder studies. Adam S. Radomsky has researched Clinical psychology in several fields, including Psychiatry and Anxiety.
His work on Memoria as part of general Cognition research is frequently linked to Perspective, Intrusion and Safety behaviour, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The Psychometrics study combines topics in areas such as Psychotherapist, Social psychology and Psychological testing. His Convergent validity study in the realm of Developmental psychology interacts with subjects such as Confusion.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cognition, Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Developmental psychology and Psychotherapist. His studies deal with areas such as Cognitive psychology, Anxiety disorder and Social psychology as well as Cognition. His study in Anxiety disorder is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Memoria, Psychiatric status rating scales and Compulsive behavior.
His Clinical psychology study which covers Psychological intervention that intersects with Cognitive therapy. His research in the fields of Psychometrics and Exploratory factor analysis overlaps with other disciplines such as Control. His study in the fields of Psychosocial under the domain of Psychotherapist overlaps with other disciplines such as Construct.
His primary areas of investigation include Clinical psychology, Cognition, Anxiety, Perception and Control. In his research on the topic of Clinical psychology, Multiple baseline design is strongly related with Feeling. His Cognition study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Developmental psychology.
His work on False feedback as part of general Developmental psychology research is often related to Control, thus linking different fields of science. Adam S. Radomsky interconnects Vulnerability, Depression and Cognitive bias in the investigation of issues within Anxiety. His Obsessive compulsive research includes elements of Internal consistency, Convergent validity and Body dysmorphic disorder.
Adam S. Radomsky spends much of his time researching Perception, Cognition, Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology and Feeling. Among his Perception studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Cognitive bias, Psychopathology and Cognitive science. His Cognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Multiple baseline design, Sense of control and Exploratory factor analysis.
His Clinical psychology research includes themes of Construct validity and Anxiety. The study incorporates disciplines such as Scale development and Distress in addition to Developmental psychology. His research integrates issues of Psychological intervention, Compulsive checking and Perfectionism in his study of Feeling.
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A critical evaluation of obsessive-compulsive disorder subtypes: symptoms versus mechanisms.
Dean McKay;Jonathan Stuart Abramowitz;John E. Calamari;Michael Kyrios.
Clinical Psychology Review (2004)
The Vancouver Obsessional Compulsive Inventory (VOCI).
Dana S. Thordarson;Adam S. Radomsky;S. Rachman;Roz Shafran.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2004)
Safety behaviour: A reconsideration
S. Rachman;Adam S. Radomsky;Roz Shafran.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2008)
Memory bias, confidence and responsibility in compulsive checking.
Adam S. Radomsky;S. Rachman;David Hammond.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2001)
Memory bias in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Adam S Radomsky;S Rachman.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (1999)
Repeated checking really does cause memory distrust.
Adam S. Radomsky;Philippe T. Gilchrist;Dominique Dussault.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2006)
The Claustrophobia Questionnaire.
Adam S Radomsky;S Rachman;Dana S Thordarson;Heather K McIsaac.
Journal of Anxiety Disorders (2001)
Part 1—You can run but you can't hide: Intrusive thoughts on six continents
Adam S. Radomsky;Gillian M. Alcolado;Jonathan Stuart Abramowitz;Pino Alonso.
Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders (2014)
Connections among symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder: a case series.
Beth S Gershuny;Lee Baer;Adam S Radomsky;Kimberly A Wilson.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2003)
Safety behaviour does not necessarily interfere with exposure therapy
Irena Milosevic;Adam S. Radomsky.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2008)
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