2018 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Coping, Stressor and Social support. Her research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Grounded theory and Social environment. Many of her research projects under Developmental psychology are closely connected to Stress with Stress, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Her work on Coping behavior as part of general Coping research is frequently linked to Food choice, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her work carried out in the field of Stressor brings together such families of science as Distress, Activities of daily living, Mood, Behavior change and Psychological Theory. Her work deals with themes such as Association, Applied psychology and Data collection, which intersect with Social support.
Her main research concerns Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Gerontology, Clinical psychology and Social support. Her work on Life course approach as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to Food choice, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her research in the fields of Social relation overlaps with other disciplines such as Stress.
She has included themes like Intervention, Weight loss, Psychological intervention and Social isolation in her Gerontology study. Her study ties her expertise on Chronic pain together with the subject of Social support. Her Distress research includes themes of Activities of daily living, Depression and Mood.
Elaine Wethington focuses on Gerontology, Developmental psychology, Social support, Chronic pain and Grounded theory. Her Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Intervention, Weight loss and Social isolation. Elaine Wethington interconnects Psychological intervention, Mental illness, Clinical psychology and Geriatrics in the investigation of issues within Social isolation.
Her Developmental psychology research focuses on Poverty and how it connects with Socioeconomics. Her Social support research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nursing and Professional association. Her Chronic pain research incorporates themes from Applied psychology and Self.
Her primary areas of study are Grounded theory, Qualitative research, Content analysis, Professional association and Nursing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Developmental psychology and Head start in addition to Grounded theory. Her Qualitative research study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Poverty and Overtime.
Her research links Social support with Content analysis.
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Perceived support, received support, and adjustment to stressful life events.
Elaine Wethington;Ronald C. Kessler.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (1986)
The contagion of stress across multiple roles.
Niall Bolger;Anita DeLongis;Ronald C. Kessler;Elaine Wethington.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1989)
Situational determinants of coping and coping effectiveness.
Jay A. Mattlin;Elaine Wethington;Ronald C. Kessler.
Journal of Health and Social Behavior (1990)
The daily inventory of stressful events: an interview-based approach for measuring daily stressors.
David M. Almeida;Elaine Wethington;Ronald C. Kessler.
The Concept of Family Adaptive Strategies
Phyllis Moen;Elaine Wethington.
Loneliness and Health in Older Adults: A Mini-Review and Synthesis.
Anthony D. Ong;Bert N. Uchino;Elaine Wethington.
Daily Transmission of Tensions between Marital Dyads and Parent-Child Dyads
David M. Almeida;Elaine Wethington;Amy L. Chandler.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1999)
The Costs of Caring: A Perspective on the Relationship Between Sex and Psychological Distress
Ronald C. Kessler;Jane D. McLeod;Elaine Wethington.
Allostasis and the human brain: Integrating models of stress from the social and life sciences
Barbara L. Ganzel;Pamela A. Morris;Elaine Wethington.
Psychological Review (2010)
“A lot of sacrifices:” Work-family spillover and the food choice coping strategies of low wage employed parents
Carol M. Devine;Margaret Jastran;Jennifer Jabs;Elaine Wethington.
Social Science & Medicine (2006)
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