Daniel J. Whitaker mainly focuses on Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Injury prevention, Condom and Intervention. His work on Psychology of self, Self-concept and Self-esteem instability as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Domain, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. In general Developmental psychology study, his work on Self-esteem often relates to the realm of Tenseness, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Injury prevention study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychiatry and Suicide prevention. His Psychiatry study incorporates themes from Health psychology and Public health. The concepts of his Intervention study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, Crime victims and Clinical psychology.
Daniel J. Whitaker focuses on Psychiatry, Intervention, Public health, Child abuse and Developmental psychology. His Psychiatry research includes themes of Domestic violence, Injury prevention, Psychological abuse and Victimology. Daniel J. Whitaker combines subjects such as Health psychology and Human factors and ergonomics with his study of Injury prevention.
His Intervention research includes elements of Psychological intervention, Mental health, Applied psychology and Clinical psychology. His Child abuse study is focused on Suicide prevention in general. His Developmental psychology study deals with Social psychology intersecting with Developed country.
Intervention, Mental health, Public health, Clinical psychology and Evidence-based practice are his primary areas of study. His Intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Child neglect and Medical education. Mental health is a primary field of his research addressed under Psychiatry.
His study deals with a combination of Psychiatry and Developing country. While working on this project, Daniel J. Whitaker studies both Public health and Implementation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cluster randomised controlled trial, Child age and Child abuse in addition to Clinical psychology.
His primary scientific interests are in Clinical psychology, Workforce, Evidence-based practice, Intervention and Public health. His Clinical psychology research incorporates elements of Psychological intervention, Cluster randomised controlled trial, Neglect and Child neglect, Child abuse. Along with Workforce, other disciplines of study including Turnover, Organizational functioning, Burnout, Gerontology and Odds ratio are integrated into his research.
His Evidence-based practice research overlaps with Nursing, Curriculum, Pandemic, Service delivery framework and Human services. His work carried out in the field of Intervention brings together such families of science as Parental engagement and Medical education. Daniel J. Whitaker incorporates Public health and Attrition in his research.
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Population-based prevention of child maltreatment: the U.S. Triple p system population trial.
Ronald J. Prinz;Matthew R. Sanders;Cheri J. Shapiro;Daniel J. Whitaker.
Prevention Science (2009)
Parent-Adolescent Discussions about Sex and Condoms Impact on Peer Influences of Sexual Risk Behavior
Daniel J. Whitaker;Kim S. Miller.
Journal of Adolescent Research (2000)
Differences in Frequency of Violence and Reported Injury Between Relationships With Reciprocal and Nonreciprocal Intimate Partner Violence
Daniel J. Whitaker;Tadesse Haileyesus;Monica H. Swahn;Linda S. Saltzman.
American Journal of Public Health (2007)
Teenage partners' communication about sexual risk and condom use: the importance of parent-teenager discussions.
Daniel J. Whitaker;Kim S. Miller;David C. May;Martin L. Levin.
Family Planning Perspectives (1999)
Patterns of condom use among adolescents: the impact of mother-adolescent communication.
Kim S. Miller;Martin L. Levin;Daniel J. Whitaker;Xiaohe Xu.
American Journal of Public Health (1998)
The effectiveness of intervention programs for perpetrators and victims of intimate partner violence.
Christopher I. Eckhardt;Christopher M. Murphy;Daniel J. Whitaker;Joel Sprunger.
Partner abuse (2013)
Risk factors for the perpetration of child sexual abuse: A review and meta-analysis
Daniel J. Whitaker;Brenda Le;R. Karl Hanson;Charlene K. Baker.
Child Abuse & Neglect (2008)
Behavioral Interventions to Reduce Incidence of HIV, STD, and Pregnancy Among Adolescents: A Decade in Review
Leah Robin;Patricia Dittus;Daniel Whitaker;Richard Crosby.
Journal of Adolescent Health (2004)
Master of One’s Psychological Domain? Not Likely if One’s Self-Esteem is Unstable
Michael H. Kernis;Andrew W. Paradise;Daniel J. Whitaker;Shannon R. Wheatman.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2000)
A critical review of interventions for the primary prevention of perpetration of partner violence
Daniel J. Whitaker;Shannon Morrison;Christine Lindquist;Stephanie R. Hawkins.
Aggression and Violent Behavior (2006)
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