Don R. Cherek focuses on Clinical psychology, Aggression, Impulsivity, Injury prevention and Self-control. The various areas that he examines in his Clinical psychology study include Drug Dependency, Substance abuse and Drug. His study on Aggression is covered under Psychiatry.
The subject of his Impulsivity research is within the realm of Developmental psychology. His study looks at the relationship between Injury prevention and topics such as Human factors and ergonomics, which overlap with Suicide prevention. His Self-control research includes themes of Healthy subjects, Reinforcement, Pharmacology toxicology and Stimulant.
His primary scientific interests are in Aggression, Injury prevention, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology and Developmental psychology. His Aggression study incorporates themes from Anesthesia, Endocrinology, Impulsivity, Aversive Stimulus and Internal medicine. His Impulsivity research integrates issues from Sedative and Self-control.
His Injury prevention research incorporates themes from Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. Within one scientific family, Don R. Cherek focuses on topics pertaining to Substance abuse under Clinical psychology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Drug and Substance use. In his research, Social psychology and Body weight is intimately related to Audiology, which falls under the overarching field of Developmental psychology.
His primary areas of investigation include Clinical psychology, Aggression, Injury prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Social psychology. His research investigates the link between Clinical psychology and topics such as Personality that cross with problems in Psychopathology and Psychometrics. The Aggression study combines topics in areas such as Escape response, Psychopharmacology, Anesthesia and Conduct disorder.
Don R. Cherek has included themes like Adult male and Aversive Stimulus in his Anesthesia study. His Human factors and ergonomics research includes elements of Occupational safety and health and Psychiatry. His Acute effects course of study focuses on Cannabis and Developmental psychology.
Clinical psychology, Injury prevention, Human factors and ergonomics, Occupational safety and health and Marijuana smoking are his primary areas of study. He combines Clinical psychology and Earnings in his studies. His Earnings studies intersect with other subjects such as Aptitude, Reduced Motivation, Cognition, Conduct disorder and Acute intoxication.
His Heavy smoking study combines topics in areas such as Adaptation, Psychiatry, Addiction and Perseveration. His Psychopathy research includes elements of Developmental psychology, Aggression, Personality disorders and Psychopathology. His work on Social psychology expands to the thematically related Clinical trial.
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Impulsivity and history of drug dependence
Terry J Allen;F.Gerard Moeller;Howard M Rhoades;Don R Cherek.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (1998)
Studies of violent and nonviolent male parolees: II. Laboratory and psychometric measurements of impulsivity
Don R. Cherek;F. Gerard Moeller;Donald M. Dougherty;Howard Rhoades.
Biological Psychiatry (1997)
Relationships among laboratory and psychometric measures of impulsivity: Implications in substance abuse and dependence
Scott D. Lane;Don R. Cherek;Howard M. Rhoades;Cynthia J. Pietras.
Addictive Disorders & Their Treatment (2003)
Alcohol effects on human risk taking
Scott D. Lane;Don R. Cherek;Cynthia J. Pietras;Oleg V. Tcheremissine.
Acute marijuana effects on human risk taking
Scott D Lane;Don R Cherek;Oleg V Tcheremissine;Lori M Lieving.
Tryptophan depletion and aggressive responding in healthy males.
F. G. Moeller;D. M. Dougherty;A. C. Swann;D. Collins.
The effects of tryptophan depletion and loading on laboratory aggression in men: time course and a food-restricted control
James M. Bjork;Donald M. Dougherty;F. Gerard Moeller;Don R. Cherek.
Original articleStudies of violent and nonviolent male parolees: I. Laboratory and psychometric measurements of aggression
Don R. Cherek;F. Gerard Moeller;William Schnapp;Donald M. Dougherty.
Biological Psychiatry (1997)
Laboratory measures of aggressive responding in male parolees with violent and nonviolent histories
Don R. Cherek;William Schnapp;F. Gerard Moeller;Donald M. Dougherty.
Aggressive Behavior (1996)
Effects of methylphenidate on impulsive choice in adult humans
Cynthia J. Pietras;Cynthia J. Pietras;Don R. Cherek;Scott D. Lane;Oleg V. Tcheremissine.
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