The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Anxiety, Anxiety disorder and Panic. Her studies deal with areas such as Clinical research and Psychometrics as well as Psychiatry. Dianne L. Chambless studied Anxiety and Cognition that intersect with Etiology, Dysphoria and Anticipation.
Her Anxiety disorder study combines topics in areas such as Relapse prevention, Phobic disorder, Personality, Cognitive behavioral therapy and Cognitive therapy. Her Panic research focuses on Agoraphobia in particular. The various areas that Dianne L. Chambless examines in her Agoraphobia study include Psychotherapist, Hostility, Test validity and Interoceptive exposure.
Her primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Psychiatry, Agoraphobia and Panic. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychotherapist, Personality disorders, Personality and Cognitive therapy. Her Anxiety research includes elements of Developmental psychology, Interpersonal relationship, Cognition and Psychological intervention.
Dianne L. Chambless combines subjects such as Avoidant personality disorder and Personality Assessment Inventory with her study of Psychiatry. Her research integrates issues of Interoceptive exposure and Behavioral avoidance in her study of Agoraphobia. Her Panic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Panic disorder, Dysphoria and Anxiety sensitivity.
Her primary areas of investigation include Panic disorder, Clinical psychology, Psychodynamic psychotherapy, Anxiety and Panic. Dianne L. Chambless specializes in Panic disorder, namely Agoraphobia. Her study in Cognitive therapy extends to Agoraphobia with its themes.
Her Clinical psychology research is mostly focused on the topic Psychopathology. In general Anxiety study, her work on Social anxiety often relates to the realm of Social perception, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her research in Panic tackles topics such as Personality disorders which are related to areas like Sadness and Emotional expression.
Dianne L. Chambless focuses on Social anxiety, Psychiatry, Romance, Clinical psychology and Anxiety. Her Social anxiety study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology and Hostility. Her study in the fields of Panic disorder, Agoraphobia and Psychosocial under the domain of Psychiatry overlaps with other disciplines such as Human services.
Her Romance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social support, Social inhibition and Shyness. Her work on Psychodynamic psychotherapy as part of general Clinical psychology study is frequently connected to Age of onset, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. A large part of her Anxiety studies is devoted to Panic.
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Defining Empirically Supported Therapies
Dianne L. Chambless;Steven D. Hollon.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1998)
Empirically Supported Psychological Interventions: Controversies and Evidence
Dianne L. Chambless;Thomas H. Ollendick.
Annual Review of Psychology (2001)
Update on Empirically Validated Therapies, II
Dianne L. Chambless;Mary J. Baker;Donald H. Baucom;Larry E. Beutler.
Assessment of fear of fear in agoraphobics: the body sensations questionnaire and the agoraphobic cognitions questionnaire
D L Chambless;G C Caputo;P Bright;R Gallagher.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1984)
The Mobility Inventory for Agoraphobia
D L Chambless;G C Caputo;S E Jasin;E J Gracely.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (1985)
A reanalysis of agoraphobia.
Alan J. Goldstein;Dianne L. Chambless.
Behavior Therapy (1978)
Reliability and validity of the beck anxiety inventory
Thomas Fydrich;Deborah J. Dowdall;Dianne L. Chambless.
Journal of Anxiety Disorders (1992)
Cognitive behavioral versus exposure only treatment for social phobia: A meta-analysis
Ulrike Feske;Dianne L. Chambless.
Behavior Therapy (1995)
Training in and Dissemination of Empirically-Validated Psychological Treatments: Report and Recommendations
Dianne L. Chambless.
Cognitive–behavioral therapy for adult anxiety disorders in clinical practice: A meta-analysis of effectiveness studies.
Rebecca E. Stewart;Dianne L. Chambless.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2009)
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