Her main research concerns Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Public health, Social support and Breast cancer. Catherine M. Sabiston combines subjects such as Physical education, Social psychology and Self-determination theory with her study of Developmental psychology. As a part of the same scientific study, Catherine M. Sabiston usually deals with the Clinical psychology, concentrating on Psychiatry and frequently concerns with Chi-squared distribution.
Her research in Social support intersects with topics in Psychosocial and Posttraumatic growth. She usually deals with Breast cancer and limits it to topics linked to Physical therapy and Gerontology. Her work investigates the relationship between Gerontology and topics such as Mental health that intersect with problems in Young adult.
Her primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Breast cancer, Social psychology and Gerontology. Her work in Developmental psychology tackles topics such as Shame which are related to areas like Embarrassment. Her studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Young adult, Mental health and Anxiety.
Her Breast cancer research incorporates themes from Survivorship curve, Physical therapy and Social support. Her Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Athletes and Well-being. Her Gerontology research includes elements of Psychosocial and Intervention.
Catherine M. Sabiston mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Young adult, Mental health, Shame and Clinical psychology. Her Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Athletes, Obesity and Affect. Her Young adult study is focused on Gerontology in general.
Her Mental health research includes themes of Well-being, Intervention, Flourishing, Anxiety and Depressive symptoms. She has researched Clinical psychology in several fields, including Strength training, Association and Depression. Her Self-concept study is concerned with Social psychology in general.
Her primary areas of investigation include Developmental psychology, Self-conscious emotions, Shame, Cancer and Mental health. Her work carried out in the field of Developmental psychology brings together such families of science as Experience sampling method, Obesity and Pleasure. Her work in Self-conscious emotions addresses subjects such as Embarrassment, which are connected to disciplines such as Self-concept, Social comparison theory and Cognition.
Her Shame research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Screen time, Athletes and Weight status. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Mental health, Depressive symptoms are connected with Flourishing, Intervention and Medical education and other disciplines. The Young adult study which covers Survivorship curve that intersects with Psychological intervention.
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Self-Compassion: A Potential Resource for Young Women Athletes
Amber D. Mosewich;Kent C. Kowalski;Catherine M. Sabiston;Whitney A. Sedgwick.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (2011)
Self-compassion and women athletes' responses to emotionally difficult sport situations: An evaluation of a brief induction
Nathan A. Reis;Kent C. Kowalski;Leah J. Ferguson;Catherine M. Sabiston.
Psychology of Sport and Exercise (2015)
Exploring Self-Compassion and Eudaimonic Well-Being in Young Women Athletes
Leah J Ferguson;Kent C Kowalski;Diane E Mack;Catherine M Sabiston.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (2014)
Self-determined motivation and students' physical activity during structured physical education lessons and free choice periods.
Christopher Sean Lonsdale;Catherine M. Sabiston;Thomas D. Raedeke;Amy S.C. Ha.
Preventive Medicine (2009)
Self-compassion and Eudaimonic Well-Being During Emotionally Difficult Times in Sport
Leah J. Ferguson;Kent C. Kowalski;Diane E. Mack;Catherine M. Sabiston.
Journal of Happiness Studies (2015)
The COMPASS study: a longitudinal hierarchical research platform for evaluating natural experiments related to changes in school-level programs, policies and built environment resources
Scott T Leatherdale;K Stephen Brown;Valerie Carson;Ruth A Childs.
BMC Public Health (2014)
Exploring motivation for physical activity across the adult lifespan
Jennifer Brunet;Catherine M. Sabiston.
Psychology of Sport and Exercise (2011)
School Sport Participation During Adolescence and Mental Health in Early Adulthood
Rachel Jewett;Catherine M. Sabiston;Jennifer Brunet;Erin K. O'Loughlin.
Journal of Adolescent Health (2014)
Longitudinal Assessment of the Relationship Between Physical Self-Concept and Health-Related Behavior and Emotion in Adolescent Girls
Peter R. E. Crocker;Catherine M. Sabiston;Kent C. Kowalski;Meghan H. McDonough.
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology (2006)
Psychosocial experiences of breast cancer survivors involved in a dragon boat program: exploring links to positive psychological growth.
Catherine M. Sabiston;Meghan H. McDonough;Peter R.E. Crocker.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (2007)
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