University of Melbourne
Andrew Day focuses on Human factors and ergonomics, Clinical psychology, Anger, Rehabilitation and Social psychology. His work in Human factors and ergonomics covers topics such as Injury prevention which are related to areas like Suicide prevention. His Clinical psychology research includes elements of Psychiatry and Cognitive therapy.
He works mostly in the field of Anger, limiting it down to topics relating to Developmental psychology and, in certain cases, Affect, Psychological intervention and Credibility. His Rehabilitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Psychotherapist and Applied psychology. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Intervention, Domestic violence and Empirical research.
Andrew Day mainly focuses on Social psychology, Clinical psychology, Criminology, Psychiatry and Applied psychology. His Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Intervention, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His Human factors and ergonomics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Recidivism.
His Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Psychotherapist and Psychological intervention. In his work, Juvenile delinquency and Medical education is strongly intertwined with Rehabilitation, which is a subfield of Psychiatry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developmental psychology and Aggression.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Criminology, Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Domestic violence and Human factors and ergonomics. His research in Criminology tackles topics such as Risk assessment which are related to areas like Applied psychology. His specific area of interest is Clinical psychology, where Andrew Day studies Anger.
His Human factors and ergonomics study also includes fields such as
His primary areas of investigation include Human factors and ergonomics, Psychiatry, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Child protection. His Human factors and ergonomics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Occupational safety and health, Recidivism and Operationalization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Domestic violence and Clinical psychology in addition to Psychiatry.
His study looks at the relationship between Clinical psychology and topics such as Multidisciplinary approach, which overlap with Violence risk. He combines subjects such as Justice and Conviction with his study of Suicide prevention. His studies in Child protection integrate themes in fields like Developmental psychology, Social psychology and Child abuse.
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A Wolbachia Symbiont in Aedes aegypti Limits Infection with Dengue, Chikungunya, and Plasmodium
Luciano A. Moreira;Iñaki Iturbe-Ormaetxe;Jason A. Jeffery;Guangjin Lu.
The multifactor offender readiness model
Tony Ward;Andrew Day;Kevin Howells;Astrid Birgden.
Aggression and Violent Behavior (2003)
Impact of Wolbachia on Infection with Chikungunya and Yellow Fever Viruses in the Mosquito Vector Aedes aegypti
Andrew F van den Hurk;Sonja Hall-Mendelin;Alyssa T Pyke;Francesca Frentiu;Francesca Frentiu.
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases (2012)
Readiness for anger management: clinical and theoretical issues.
Kevin Howells;Andrew Day.
Clinical Psychology Review (2003)
Programs for men who perpetrate domestic violence: an examination of the issues underlying the effectiveness of intervention programs
Andrew Day;Donna Chung;Patrick O'Leary;Patrick O'Leary;Ed Carson.
Journal of Family Violence (2009)
Longitudinal predictors of domestic violence perpetration and victimization: a systematic review
Beth M. Costa;Christine E. Kaestle;Arlene Walker;Ashlee Curtis.
Aggression and Violent Behavior (2015)
Mindfulness and the treatment of anger problems
Steven Wright;Andrew Day;Kevin Howells.
Aggression and Violent Behavior (2009)
Anger, over-control and serious violent offending
Linda Davey;Andrew Day;Kevin Howells;Kevin Howells.
Aggression and Violent Behavior (2005)
Brief anger management programs with offenders: Outcomes and predictors of change
Kevin Howells;Andrew Day;Paul Joseph Williamson;Susan Bubner.
Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology (2005)
The application of the transtheoretical model to offender populations: Some critical issues
Sharon Casey;Andrew Day;Kevin Howells.
Legal and Criminological Psychology (2005)
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