David C. Mohr focuses on Depression, Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Psychological intervention and Multiple sclerosis. In his research on the topic of Depression, Endocrinology is strongly related with Internal medicine. David C. Mohr combines subjects such as Psychotherapist, Countertransference and Anxiety with his study of Clinical psychology.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Psychiatry, Health psychology are connected with Primary care, Perceived health and Treatment Refusal and other disciplines. His work deals with themes such as Mental health, eHealth and Telemedicine, which intersect with Psychological intervention. His Multiple sclerosis research integrates issues from Longitudinal study, Central nervous system disease, Surgery, Profile of mood states and Exacerbation.
His primary areas of study are Depression, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Mental health and Psychological intervention. His Depression study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Multiple sclerosis, Internal medicine, Randomized controlled trial and Anxiety. Many of his studies on Psychiatry apply to Health psychology as well.
His Clinical psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Major depressive disorder, Psychotherapist, Social support and Cognition. His Mental health study incorporates themes from mHealth, Nursing, Public health, Family medicine and Coaching. David C. Mohr combines subjects such as Intervention, Physical therapy and Applied psychology with his study of Psychological intervention.
David C. Mohr mostly deals with Mental health, Psychological intervention, Depression, Anxiety and Randomized controlled trial. His Mental health research includes themes of mHealth, Observational study, Applied psychology and Coaching. The various areas that David C. Mohr examines in his Psychological intervention study include Odds ratio, Digital health, Intervention, Cognition and Family medicine.
His Intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gerontology, Clinical psychology and eHealth. His Depression research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Meta-analysis, Feeling and Rating scale. The concepts of his Randomized controlled trial study are interwoven with issues in Patient Health Questionnaire and Physical therapy.
David C. Mohr focuses on Mental health, Anxiety, Depression, Psychological intervention and Randomized controlled trial. His Mental health study is concerned with the larger field of Psychiatry. His work deals with themes such as Feeling and Internet privacy, which intersect with Psychiatry.
His studies in Anxiety integrate themes in fields like Psychological testing, Clinical psychology, Psychosocial, Coaching and Mental illness. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sleep quality, Family medicine and Rating scale. David C. Mohr interconnects Clinical trial, Intervention, Research design, Physical therapy and Stress management in the investigation of issues within Randomized controlled trial.
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Depression and cortisol responses to psychological stress: A meta-analysis
Heather M. Burke;Mary C. Davis;Christian Otte;David C. Mohr;David C. Mohr.
Mobile health technology evaluation: The mHealth evidence workshop
Santosh Kumar;Wendy J. Nilsen;Amy Abernethy;Audie Atienza.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2013)
Oral opioid therapy for chronic peripheral and central neuropathic pain.
Michael C. Rowbotham;Lisa Twilling;Pamela S. Davies;Lori Reisner.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2003)
Supportive Accountability: A Model for Providing Human Support to Enhance Adherence to eHealth Interventions
David C Mohr;Pim Cuijpers;Kenneth Lehman.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2011)
Major depressive disorder.
Christian Otte;Stefan M. Gold;Stefan M. Gold;Brenda W. Penninx;Carmine Maria Pariante.
Nature Reviews Disease Primers (2016)
Harnessing Context Sensing to Develop a Mobile Intervention for Depression
Michelle Nicole Burns;Mark Begale;Jennifer Duffecy;Darren Gergle.
Journal of Medical Internet Research (2011)
Behavioral intervention technologies: Evidence review and recommendations for future research in mental health.
David C. Mohr;Michelle Nicole Burns;Stephen M. Schueller;Gregory Clarke.
General Hospital Psychiatry (2013)
Negative Outcome in Psychotherapy: A Critical Review
David C. Mohr.
Clinical Psychology-science and Practice (1995)
Clinical Depression Versus Distress Among Patients With Type 2 Diabetes: Not Just a Question of Semantics
Lawrence Fisher;Marilyn M. Skaff;Joseph T. Mullan;Patricia Arean.
Diabetes Care (2007)
Effects of Hatha yoga and African dance on perceived stress, affect, and salivary cortisol.
Jeremy West;Christian Otte;Kathleen Geher;Joe Johnson.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine (2004)
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