His scientific interests lie mostly in Clinical psychology, Injury prevention, Anxiety, Suicide prevention and Suicidal ideation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Interpersonal communication and Personality Assessment Inventory. E. David Klonsky has included themes like Internal consistency, Cognitive psychology, Interpersonal relationship and Contextual variable in his Interpersonal communication study.
In most of his Injury prevention studies, his work intersects topics such as Human factors and ergonomics. E. David Klonsky has researched Anxiety in several fields, including Psychometrics and Borderline personality disorder. His Suicidal ideation studies intersect with other subjects such as Psychiatry, Depression and Impulsivity.
E. David Klonsky mainly focuses on Clinical psychology, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention, Suicidal ideation and Psychiatry. His Clinical psychology research includes elements of Depression and Anxiety. His Anxiety study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology, Psychometrics, Psychopathology and Loneliness.
His work in the fields of Injury prevention, such as Self-destructive behavior, overlaps with other areas such as Structured interview, Affect and Generalizability theory. E. David Klonsky combines topics linked to Personality with his work on Psychiatry. His work carried out in the field of Borderline personality disorder brings together such families of science as Young adult, Interpersonal communication, Intrapersonal communication and Eating disorders.
E. David Klonsky mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Suicidal ideation, Suicide attempt, Suicide prevention and Social psychology. His Child psychopathology, Impulsivity and Borderline personality disorder study in the realm of Clinical psychology interacts with subjects such as Twin study. His studies in Impulsivity integrate themes in fields like Anxiety disorder, Anxiety and Cannabis.
His Suicide prevention study incorporates themes from Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His work on Domestic violence as part of his general Human factors and ergonomics study is frequently connected to Social support, Interpersonal communication, Context and Intrapersonal communication, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. In the subject of general Social psychology, his work in Social connectedness, Time perspective and Orientation is often linked to Interpretation and Open data, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
E. David Klonsky focuses on Clinical psychology, Suicide attempt, Suicidal ideation, Suicide prevention and Longitudinal study. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Intervention and Anorexia nervosa. His Suicide attempt study is related to the wider topic of Human factors and ergonomics.
A majority of his Suicidal ideation research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Social psychology, Self-concept, Impulsivity and Conscientiousness. Along with Suicide prevention, other disciplines of study including Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale, Belongingness, Predictive validity, Validation study and Social support are integrated into his research. His Longitudinal study research spans across into fields like Personality, Big Five personality traits, Psychiatry, Cannabis and Anxiety disorder.
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The functions of deliberate self-injury: a review of the evidence.
E. David Klonsky.
Clinical Psychology Review (2007)
Deliberate Self-Harm in a Nonclinical Population: Prevalence and Psychological Correlates
E. David Klonsky;Thomas F. Oltmanns;Eric Turkheimer.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2003)
The Three-Step Theory (3ST): A New Theory of Suicide Rooted in the "Ideation-to-Action" Framework
E. David Klonsky;Alexis M. May.
International Journal of Cognitive Therapy (2015)
Self-injury: a research review for the practitioner.
E. David Klonsky;Jennifer J. Muehlenkamp.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2007)
Suicide, Suicide Attempts, and Suicidal Ideation
E. David Klonsky;Alexis M. May;Boaz Y. Saffer.
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology (2016)
Assessing the Functions of Non-suicidal Self-injury: Psychometric Properties of the Inventory of Statements About Self-injury (ISAS)
E. David Klonsky;Catherine R. Glenn.
Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment (2009)
Identifying clinically distinct subgroups of self-injurers among young adults: a latent class analysis.
E. David Klonsky;Thomas M. Olino.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2008)
The functions of self-injury in young adults who cut themselves: clarifying the evidence for affect regulation
E. David Klonsky.
Psychiatry Research-neuroimaging (2009)
The relationship between nonsuicidal self-injury and attempted suicide: converging evidence from four samples.
E. David Klonsky;Alexis M. May;Catherine Rose Glenn.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (2013)
Differentiating suicide attempters from suicide ideators: a critical frontier for suicidology research.
E. David Klonsky;Alexis M. May.
Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior (2014)
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