Her primary areas of investigation include Domestic violence, Suicide prevention, Developmental psychology, Injury prevention and Social support. Her work on Psychological abuse as part of general Domestic violence study is frequently connected to Clinical psychology, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. She combines Suicide prevention and Intervention in her research.
Her Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention and Social psychology. Many of her studies on Injury prevention apply to Human factors and ergonomics as well. Her work carried out in the field of Social support brings together such families of science as Mental health, Social environment and Peer support.
Deborah Bybee mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Domestic violence, Suicide prevention and Mental health. Her studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Intervention and Social anxiety, Anxiety. Her Psychiatry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rehabilitation and Public health.
Her work in the fields of Psychological abuse and Physical abuse overlaps with other areas such as Developmental psychology and Social support. Her Developmental psychology research includes themes of Social relation and Social psychology. She combines subjects such as Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics with her study of Suicide prevention.
Deborah Bybee mainly focuses on Clinical psychology, Domestic violence, Psychiatry, Suicide prevention and Mental health. Her Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Intervention, Social anxiety, Vocational education and Prison. In the field of Domestic violence, her study on Dating violence overlaps with subjects such as Developmental psychology, Aggression and Health psychology.
Her study in Psychiatry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Young adult and Disadvantaged. In her research, Injury prevention is intimately related to Human factors and ergonomics, which falls under the overarching field of Suicide prevention. Deborah Bybee has included themes like Distress and Refugee in her Mental health study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Suicide prevention, Domestic violence and Mental health. Her Psychiatry research integrates issues from Young adult and Test. Her Suicide prevention research focuses on subjects like Human factors and ergonomics, which are linked to Injury prevention.
Her work on Sex offense is typically connected to Developmental psychology and Social psychology as part of general Injury prevention study, connecting several disciplines of science. In Domestic violence, Deborah Bybee works on issues like Sexual abuse, which are connected to Sexual assault and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. Her research investigates the connection with Mental health and areas like Intervention which intersect with concerns in Rating scale and Medical emergency.
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Fidelity Criteria: Development, Measurement, and Validation.
Carol T. Mowbray;Mark C. Holter;Gregory B. Teague;Deborah Bybee.
American Journal of Evaluation (2003)
Possible selves and academic outcomes: How and when possible selves impel action.
Daphna Oyserman;Deborah Bybee;Kathy Terry.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2006)
Reducing violence using community-based advocacy for women with abusive partners.
Cris M. Sullivan;Deborah I. Bybee.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1999)
Possible selves as roadmaps
Daphna Oyserman;Deborah I. Bybee;Kathy Terry;Tamera A. Hart-Johnson.
Journal of Research in Personality (2004)
A possible selves intervention to enhance school involvement.
Daphna Oyserman;Kathy Terry;Deborah Bybee.
Journal of Adolescence (2002)
Development of the Scale of Economic Abuse
Adrienne E. Adams;Cris M. Sullivan;Deborah Bybee;Megan R. Greeson.
Violence Against Women (2008)
Racial- ethnic identity in mid-adolescence : Content and change as predictors of academic achievement
Inna Altschul;Daphna Oyserman;Deborah I. Bybee.
Child Development (2006)
Cancer-related risk indicators and preventive screening behaviors among lesbians and bisexual women.
Susan D. Cochran;Vickie M. Mays;Deborah Bowen;Suzann Gage.
American Journal of Public Health (2001)
When Ending the Relationship Does Not End the Violence Women's Experiences of Violence by Former Partners
Ruth E. Fleury;Cris M. Sullivan;Deborah I. Bybee.
Violence Against Women (2000)
The Process Through Which an Advocacy Intervention Resulted in Positive Change for Battered Women Over Time
Deborah I. Bybee;Cris M. Sullivan.
American Journal of Community Psychology (2002)
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