Debra Umberson spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Marital status, Social psychology, Demography and Affect. Her Developmental psychology research includes elements of Marriage and health and Distress. Her Marriage and health study combines topics in areas such as Social determinants of health and Social isolation.
The Marital status study combines topics in areas such as Child rearing and Clinical psychology. Her study in Demography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Gerontology and Health policy. Her Affect research incorporates themes from Social relation, Social support and Depression.
Her main research concerns Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Life course approach, Lesbian and Mental health. Her studies deal with areas such as Coping, Marital status and Affect as well as Developmental psychology. Her work on Marriage and health as part of general Marital status study is frequently linked to Social environment, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her research in Affect intersects with topics in Social relation, Social support and Vulnerability. Her work on Emotion work as part of general Social psychology research is often related to Injury prevention, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Perception, thus linking different fields of science. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Demography, Gerontology and Race.
Her primary areas of investigation include Same sex, Developmental psychology, Lesbian, Spouse and Life course approach. She combines topics linked to Human sexuality with her work on Developmental psychology. She focuses mostly in the field of Lesbian, narrowing it down to topics relating to Social psychology and, in certain cases, Hegemonic masculinity.
Debra Umberson has included themes like Demography, Gerontology and Race in her Life course approach study. Her work deals with themes such as Mental health, Psychological distress, Social support and Depressive symptoms, which intersect with Clinical psychology. Her Social support research integrates issues from Population ageing, Cognition and Affect.
Her primary areas of investigation include Lesbian, Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Human sexuality and Same sex. Her studies in Lesbian integrate themes in fields like Nursing, Social psychology and Distress. Her Conformity and Dyadic data study in the realm of Social psychology connects with subjects such as Concordance, Survey data collection and Perception.
Debra Umberson works mostly in the field of Clinical psychology, limiting it down to topics relating to Mental health and, in certain cases, Affect, Population ageing and Cognition, as a part of the same area of interest. She combines subjects such as Marital status and Emotional contagion with her study of Developmental psychology. Her research integrates issues of Socioeconomic status and Biosocial theory in her study of Human sexuality.
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Social relationships and health.
James S. House;Karl R. Landis;Debra Umberson.
Structures and Processes of Social Support
James S. House;Debra Umberson;Karl R. Landis.
Review of Sociology (1988)
Social Relationships and Health: A Flashpoint for Health Policy
Debra Umberson;Jennifer Karas Montez.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2010)
Gender, marital status and the social control of health behavior☆
Debra J Umberson.
Social Science & Medicine (1992)
Family status and health behaviors: social control as a dimension of social integration.
Debra J Umberson.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (1987)
Social Relationships and Health Behavior Across the Life Course
Debra J Umberson;Robert Crosnoe;Corinne Reczek.
Review of Sociology (2010)
Marital Status, Marital Transitions, and Health: A Gendered Life Course Perspective
Kristi Williams;Debra J Umberson.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2004)
The effect of social relationships on psychological well-being: Are men and women really so different?
Debra J Umberson;Meichu D. Chen;James S. House;Kristine L Hopkins.
American Sociological Review (1996)
You Make Me Sick: Marital Quality and Health Over the Life Course*
Debra Umberson;Kristi Williams;Daniel A. Powers;Hui Liu.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2006)
Widowhood and depression: explaining long-term gender differences in vulnerability.
Debra Umberson;Camille B. Wortman;Ronald C. Kessler.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (1992)
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