Gerontology, Mental health, Developmental psychology, Spouse and Social psychology are her primary areas of study. Her Gerontology study combines topics in areas such as Longitudinal study, Psychological well-being, Asian americans, Human capital and Educational attainment. The Mental health study which covers Anxiety that intersects with Anger and Grief.
Her Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Social support, Emotional support and Context effect. Deborah Carr focuses mostly in the field of Spouse, narrowing it down to matters related to Interpersonal relationship and, in some cases, Social integration, Disengagement theory, Attendance and Obesity. In her research, Traumatic grief, Just-world hypothesis, Disenfranchised grief, Division of labour and Marital roles is intimately related to Coping, which falls under the overarching field of Social psychology.
Deborah Carr focuses on Gerontology, Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Spouse and Advance care planning. Her Gerontology study also includes fields such as
As a part of the same scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Social psychology, focusing on Well-being and, on occasion, Worry and Happiness. Deborah Carr has researched Spouse in several fields, including Grief, Coping, Anger, Clinical psychology and Social support. Her Grief research incorporates themes from Social relation, Mental health and Anxiety.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Gerontology, Advance care planning, Mental health, Well-being and Clinical psychology. Her Gerontology research focuses on subjects like MEDLINE, which are linked to Environmental health. Her Advance care planning research also works with subjects such as
Her Mental health research incorporates elements of Coping and Grief. Her study explores the link between Grief and topics such as Loneliness that cross with problems in Spouse and Developmental psychology. Her Clinical psychology research includes elements of Interpersonal communication, Stigma and Depressive symptoms.
Deborah Carr mostly deals with Well-being, Mental health, Gerontology, Clinical psychology and Coping. Her studies in Mental health integrate themes in fields like Psychological intervention and Social support. She integrates many fields, such as Gerontology and Early life, in her works.
In Clinical psychology, Deborah Carr works on issues like Socioeconomic status, which are connected to Life course approach. Her Coping research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Grief, Advance care planning, Sense of community and Social isolation. Her research investigates the connection between Panel Study of Income Dynamics and topics such as Affect that intersect with issues in Developmental psychology.
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Resilience to Loss and Chronic Grief: A Prospective Study From Preloss to 18-Months Postloss
George A. Bonanno;Camille B. Wortman;Darrin R. Lehman;Roger G. Tweed.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2002)
Is obesity stigmatizing? Body weight, perceived discrimination, and psychological well-being in the United States.
Deborah Carr;Michael A. Friedman.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2005)
Advances in Families and Health Research in the 21st Century
Deborah Carr;Kristen W. Springer.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2010)
The effect of widowhood on older adults' social participation: an evaluation of activity, disengagement, and continuity theories.
Rebecca L. Utz;Deborah Carr;Randolph Nesse;Camille B. Wortman.
Two Paths to Self-Employment?: Women's and Men's Self-Employment in the United States, 1980
Work And Occupations (1996)
How Families Still Matter: A Longitudinal Study of Youth in Two Generations
Deborah Carr;Vern L. Bengtson;Timothy J. Biblarz;Robert E. L. Roberts.
Happy Marriage, Happy Life? Marital Quality and Subjective Well-Being in Later Life.
Deborah Carr;Vicki A. Freedman;Jennifer C. Cornman;Norbert Schwarz.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2014)
The development and implementation of the National Comorbidity Survey Replication, the National Survey of American Life, and the National Latino and Asian American Survey.
Beth Ellen Pennell;Ashley Bowers;Deborah Carr;Stephanie Chardoul.
International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research (2004)
How and why weight stigma drives the obesity 'epidemic' and harms health.
A. Janet Tomiyama;Deborah Carr;Ellen M. Granberg;Brenda Major.
BMC Medicine (2018)
Marital Quality and Psychological Adjustment to Widowhood Among Older Adults A Longitudinal Analysis
Deborah Carr;James S. House;Ronald C. Kessler;Randolph M. Nesse.
Journals of Gerontology Series B-psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (2000)
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