Her scientific interests lie mostly in Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Gerontology and Longitudinal study. Her Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Intervention, Knowledge level and Perception. Her Developmental psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, Task, Cognition and Health psychology.
Her studies deal with areas such as Observational study, Advertising and Ethnic group as well as Social psychology. The Gerontology study combines topics in areas such as Body mass index, Cohort study, Spouse, Middle age and Public health. Her Longitudinal study study also includes
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Gerontology, Developmental psychology, Longitudinal study and Mental health. Her research links Gender studies with Social psychology. In her research on the topic of Gerontology, Social environment is strongly related with Public health.
Christina Lee studies Young adult which is a part of Developmental psychology. Her Longitudinal study research incorporates elements of Demography and Cohort. Her Mental health research integrates issues from Coping, Clinical psychology, Social support and Well-being.
Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Mental health, Gender studies and Longitudinal study are her primary areas of study. Her work on Id, ego and super-ego as part of general Social psychology research is frequently linked to Theory of planned behavior, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her research in Mental health intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Young adult, Demography, Coping and Social support.
Her Social support research includes themes of Quality of life, Quality of Life Research, Public health, Health promotion and Clinical psychology. Her research integrates issues of Psychiatry, Preference, Preference theory and Cohort in her study of Longitudinal study. Her Cancer research focuses on Gerontology and how it connects with Health care.
Her primary scientific interests are in Gender studies, Public health, Perception, Empowerment and Developmental psychology. Her study in Gender studies is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Critical discourse analysis, Breast cancer, Social psychology and Romance. Her research on Public health frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Stigma.
Her work carried out in the field of Perception brings together such families of science as Structural equation modeling, Marketing, Gynecology and Normality. Her research on Developmental psychology also deals with topics like
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Cohort Profile: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health
Christina Lee;Annette J Dobson;Wendy J Brown;Lois Bryson.
International Journal of Epidemiology (2005)
Women's Health Australia: recruitment for a national longitudinal cohort study.
Wendy J. Brown;Lois Bryson;Julie E. Byles;Annette J. Dobson.
Women & Health (1999)
Leisure time physical activity in Australian women: relationship with well being and symptoms.
Wendy J. Brown;Gita Mishra;Christina Lee;Adrian Bauman.
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (2000)
Issues for a Psychology of Men's Health.
Christina Lee;R. Glynn Owens.
Journal of Health Psychology (2002)
FAMILY STRUCTURE AND INFLUENCE IN FAMILY DECISION MAKING
Christina K.C. Lee;Sharon E. Beatty.
Journal of Consumer Marketing (2002)
Miscarriage as a traumatic event: A review of the literature and new implications for intervention
C. Lee;P. Slade.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (1996)
The Psychology Of Men's Health
Christina Lee;R. Glynn Owens.
Behaviors, beliefs, and intentions in skin cancer prevention.
Robyn Cody;Christina Lee.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine (1990)
"Man-ing" up and getting drunk: The role of masculine norms, alcohol intoxication and alcohol-related problems among college men
Derek Kenji Iwamoto;Alice Cheng;Christina S. Lee;Stephanie Takamatsu.
Addictive Behaviors (2011)
Self-efficacy as a Predictor of Performance in Competitive Gymnastics
The Journal of Sport Psychology (1982)
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