His studies examine the connections between Exploratory research and genetics, as well as such issues in Anthropology, with regards to Ethnic group. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Ethnic group and Anthropology research. His Law study in the realm of Occupational safety and health connects with subjects such as Forensic engineering and Applied psychology. His study in Occupational safety and health extends to Law with its themes. His work often combines Applied psychology and Social psychology studies. His Social psychology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Moderation. Donald R. McCreary's looking at Psychometrics as part of his Test validity and Internal consistency and Psychometrics study. Donald R. McCreary frequently studies issues relating to Psychometrics and Internal consistency. His Neuroscience research overlaps with other disciplines such as Perception and Developmental psychology.
In his work, Donald R. McCreary performs multidisciplinary research in Clinical psychology and Psychometrics. He merges Psychometrics with Clinical psychology in his research. He combines topics linked to Gender role with his work on Social psychology. Gender role and Developmental psychology are frequently intertwined in his study. He integrates many fields, such as Developmental psychology and Social psychology, in his works. His study ties his expertise on Anxiety together with the subject of Psychiatry. His Anxiety study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Psychiatry. In his papers, Donald R. McCreary integrates diverse fields, such as Statistics and Confirmatory factor analysis. Donald R. McCreary brings together Confirmatory factor analysis and Structural equation modeling to produce work in his papers.
Donald R. McCreary focuses mostly in the field of Cartography, narrowing it down to topics relating to Scale (ratio) and, in certain cases, Quantum mechanics. His study connects Scale (ratio) and Quantum mechanics. He combines topics linked to Stigma (botany) with his work on Psychiatry. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Law and Normative. Donald R. McCreary undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Normative and Law in his work. While working in this field, he studies both Social psychology and Applied psychology. Donald R. McCreary performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Applied psychology and Social psychology via his papers. His research links Pathology with Occupational safety and health. His Occupational safety and health research extends to the thematically linked field of Pathology.
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An exploration of the drive for muscularity in adolescent boys and girls
Donald R. McCreary;Doris K. Sasse.
Journal of American College Health (2000)
The childhood trauma questionnaire in a community sample: psychometric properties and normative data.
Christine D. Scher;Murray B. Stein;Gordon J. G. Asmundson;Donald R. McCreary.
Journal of Traumatic Stress (2001)
The Attractive Female Body Weight and Female Body Dissatisfaction in 26 Countries Across 10 World Regions: Results of the International Body Project I
Viren Swami;David A Frederick;Toivo Aavik;Lidia Alcalay.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2010)
The male role and avoiding femininity
Donald R. McCreary.
Sex Roles (1994)
Body Image, Eating Disorders, and the Drive for Muscularity in Gay and Heterosexual Men: The Influence of Media Images
Scott J Duggan;Donald R McCreary.
Journal of Homosexuality (2004)
Measuring the Drive for Muscularity: Factorial Validity of the Drive for Muscularity Scale in Men and Women.
Donald R. McCreary;Doris K. Sasse;Deborah M. Saucier;Kim D. Dorsch.
Psychology of Men and Masculinity (2004)
Development of two reliable and valid measures of stressors in policing: The operational and organizational police stress questionnaires.
Donald R. McCreary;Megan M. Thompson.
International Journal of Stress Management (2006)
Gender and Ethnic Differences in Health Beliefs and Behaviors
Will H. Courtenay;Donald R. Mccreary;Joseph R. Merighi.
Journal of Health Psychology (2002)
The Drive for Muscularity and Masculinity: Testing the Associations Among Gender-Role Traits, Behaviors, Attitudes, and Conflict.
Donald R. McCreary;Deborah M. Saucier;Will H. Courtenay.
Psychology of Men and Masculinity (2005)
Brief fear of negative evaluation scale-revised.
R Nicholas Carleton;Donald R McCreary;Peter J Norton;Gordon J G Asmundson.
Depression and Anxiety (2006)
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