David M. Clark mainly focuses on Anxiety disorder, Cognition, Anxiety, Cognitive therapy and Psychiatry. His work deals with themes such as Social relation and Psychopathology, Distress, Clinical psychology, which intersect with Anxiety disorder. His Cognition research incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Social inhibition and Psychotherapist.
His research investigates the connection with Anxiety and areas like Self-concept which intersect with concerns in Interpersonal relationship. His work carried out in the field of Cognitive therapy brings together such families of science as Cognitive restructuring and Cognitive behavioral therapy. His work on Panic disorder, Panic and Psychological treatment as part of general Psychiatry study is frequently linked to Sexual abuse, bridging the gap between disciplines.
David M. Clark mostly deals with Anxiety, Cognitive therapy, Clinical psychology, Cognition and Psychiatry. His studies deal with areas such as Mental health and Depression as well as Anxiety. The concepts of his Cognitive therapy study are interwoven with issues in Psychotherapist, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Psychological intervention and Traumatic stress.
His work in the fields of Clinical psychology, such as Posttraumatic stress, intersects with other areas such as Injury prevention. Specifically, his work in Cognition is concerned with the study of Cognitive model. David M. Clark works mostly in the field of Anxiety disorder, limiting it down to topics relating to Developmental psychology and, in certain cases, Social inhibition, as a part of the same area of interest.
David M. Clark focuses on Social anxiety, Cognitive therapy, Cognition, Anxiety and Clinical psychology. His Social anxiety study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social psychology, Intervention, Conversation, Depressive symptoms and Mental health. David M. Clark interconnects Psychological intervention, Physical therapy and Psychotherapist in the investigation of issues within Cognitive therapy.
He is involved in the study of Cognition that focuses on Cognitive model in particular. Particularly relevant to Cognitive behavioral therapy is his body of work in Anxiety. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Structural equation modeling, Confirmatory factor analysis, Treatment outcome, Panic disorder and PsycINFO.
David M. Clark spends much of his time researching Cognition, Cognitive therapy, Social anxiety, Mental health and Clinical psychology. His work on Cognitive model and Rumination as part of general Cognition research is often related to Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics, thus linking different fields of science. His study with Cognitive model involves better knowledge in Psychiatry.
Cognitive therapy is a subfield of Randomized controlled trial that David M. Clark investigates. His Clinical psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social psychology, Young adult, Conversation, Anxiety and Impression management. His study in Anxiety is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nursing and Outcome data.
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A cognitive model of posttraumatic stress disorder.
Anke Ehlers;David M. Clark.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2000)
A cognitive approach to panic.
David M. Clark.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (1986)
The Posttraumatic Cognitions Inventory (PTCI): Development and validation.
E B Foa;D F Tolin;A Ehlers;D M Clark.
Psychological Assessment (1999)
Cognitive behaviour therapy for psychiatric problems : a practical guide
Keith Hawton;Paul M. Salkovskis;Joan Kirk;David M. Clark.
A comparison of cognitive therapy, applied relaxation and imipramine in the treatment of panic disorder.
David M. Clark;Paul M. Salkovskis;Ann Hackmann;Hugh Middleton.
British Journal of Psychiatry (1994)
The Health Anxiety Inventory: development and validation of scales for the measurement of health anxiety and hypochondriasis.
P M Salkovskis;Katharine Rimes;H M C Warwick;D M Clark.
Psychological Medicine (2002)
A prospective investigation of the role of cognitive factors in persistent posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after physical or sexual assault.
Emma Dunmore;David M Clark;Anke Ehlers.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2001)
Anxiety disorders: why they persist and how to treat them.
David M. Clark.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (1999)
Cognitive therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder: development and evaluation.
Anke Ehlers;David M. Clark;Ann Hackmann;Freda McManus.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2005)
Posttraumatic stress disorder following assault: the role of cognitive processing, trauma memory, and appraisals.
Sarah L. Halligan;Tanja Michael;David M. Clark;Anke Ehlers.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2003)
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