His primary scientific interests are in Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Intervention, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and Randomized controlled trial. In the field of Psychiatry, his study on Psychosocial and Posttraumatic stress overlaps with subjects such as Injury prevention and Violence Exposure. His study in Clinical psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Juvenile delinquency, Health psychology, Public health and Structural equation modeling.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Viral suppression, Physical therapy, Substance abuse and Anxiety. Daniel J. Feaster combines subjects such as Distress, Developmental psychology, Stressor, Immunopathology and Personality with his study of Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. His Randomized controlled trial study is concerned with Internal medicine in general.
Clinical psychology, Substance abuse, Psychiatry, Randomized controlled trial and Psychological intervention are his primary areas of study. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Developmental psychology and Psychotherapist, Social support. Daniel J. Feaster has researched Social support in several fields, including Psychosocial and Stressor.
His Substance abuse study incorporates themes from Research design, Public health, Clinical trial and Family therapy. His Randomized controlled trial study improves the overall literature in Internal medicine. His work investigates the relationship between Psychological intervention and topics such as Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome that intersect with problems in Immunopathology and Immunology.
Daniel J. Feaster mainly investigates Public health, Psychological intervention, Family medicine, Substance abuse and Randomized controlled trial. His work deals with themes such as Epidemiology, Men who have sex with men, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and Environmental health, which intersect with Public health. His work in Psychological intervention covers topics such as Syringe which are related to areas like Heroin.
His Substance abuse study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Logistic regression, Clinical trial and Substance use. In his research on the topic of Health psychology, Criminal justice is strongly related with Clinical psychology. The subject of his Intervention research is within the realm of Psychiatry.
His primary scientific interests are in Public health, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Psychological intervention, Randomized controlled trial and Epidemiology. The Public health study combines topics in areas such as Psychosocial, Mental health, Smoking status and Environmental health. His Psychosocial research incorporates elements of Depression, Loneliness, Clinical psychology and Anxiety.
Daniel J. Feaster focuses mostly in the field of Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, narrowing it down to topics relating to Credible interval and, in certain cases, Racial ethnic. The various areas that Daniel J. Feaster examines in his Psychological intervention study include Men who have sex with men, Syringe, Heroin, Hepatitis C and Contingency management. His work in Randomized controlled trial tackles topics such as Family medicine which are related to areas like Addiction, Std clinic and Sexually transmitted disease.
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Preexposure Prophylaxis for HIV Infection Integrated With Municipal- and Community-Based Sexual Health Services
Albert Y. Liu;Stephanie E. Cohen;Eric Vittinghoff;Peter L. Anderson.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2016)
A Selectivity Model of Employer-Size Wage Differentials
Todd L. Idson;Daniel J. Feaster.
Journal of Labor Economics (1990)
A randomized controlled trial of a parent-centered intervention in preventing substance use and HIV risk behaviors in Hispanic adolescents.
Guillermo Prado;Hilda Pantin;Ervin Briones;Seth J. Schwartz.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2007)
Familias Unidas: the efficacy of an intervention to promote parental investment in Hispanic immigrant families.
Hilda Pantin;J. Douglas Coatsworth;Daniel J. Feaster;Frederick L. Newman.
Prevention Science (2003)
Active coping style is associated with natural killer cell cytotoxicity in asymptomatic HIV-1 seropositive homosexual men
Karl Goodkin;Nancy T. Blaney;Daniel Feaster;Mary Ann Fletcher.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (1992)
Religious Involvement, Coping, Social Support, and Psychological Distress in HIV-Seropositive African American Mothers
Guillermo Prado;Daniel J. Feaster;Seth J. Schwartz;Indira Abraham Pratt.
Aids and Behavior (2004)
Life stressors and coping style are associated with immune measures in HIV-1 infection--a preliminary report.
Karl Goodkin;Ingbert Fuchs;Daniel Feaster;Jay Leeka.
International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine (1992)
Brief strategic family therapy versus treatment as usual: Results of a multisite randomized trial for substance using adolescents
Michael S. Robbins;Daniel J. Feaster;Viviana E. Horigian;Michael Rohrbaugh.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2011)
A stress-moderator model of distress in early HIV-1 infection: Concurrent analysis of life events, hardiness and social support
Nancy T. Blaney;Karl Goodkin;Robert O. Morgan;Dan Feaster.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (1991)
The Role of Family Functioning in the Stress Process of Dementia Caregivers: A Structural Family Framework
Victoria B. Mitrani;John E. Lewis;Daniel J. Feaster;Sara J. Czaja.
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