Frank W. Putnam focuses on Dissociative disorders, Child abuse, Dissociative, Clinical psychology and Dissociative identity disorder. His Dissociative disorders study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Multiple Personality Disorder. His Child abuse study often links to related topics such as Sexual abuse.
To a larger extent, Frank W. Putnam studies Psychiatry with the aim of understanding Dissociative. Many of his research projects under Clinical psychology are closely connected to Suicide prevention with Suicide prevention, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His studies in Dissociative identity disorder integrate themes in fields like Developmental psychology, Psychometrics and Dissociative Experiences Scale, Dissociative disorder not otherwise specified.
His primary areas of study are Psychiatry, Child abuse, Sexual abuse, Clinical psychology and Dissociative disorders. Frank W. Putnam combines subjects such as El Niño and Public health with his study of Psychiatry. His study on Victimology is often connected to Self-disclosure and Longitudinal study as part of broader study in Child abuse.
His work in the fields of Child sexual abuse overlaps with other areas such as Prospective cohort study. His Dissociative disorders study is focused on Dissociative in general. His studies in Dissociative identity disorder integrate themes in fields like Developmental psychology and Multiple Personality Disorder.
Frank W. Putnam mostly deals with Psychiatry, Sexual abuse, Clinical psychology, Child abuse and Child sexual abuse. The various areas that Frank W. Putnam examines in his Psychiatry study include El Niño and Public health. His Sexual abuse research overlaps with Teenage pregnancy, Childbirth, Developmental psychology, Postpartum depression and Postpartum period.
His work on Dissociative as part of general Clinical psychology study is frequently linked to Suicide prevention, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work on Domestic violence and Self-destructive behavior as part of general Suicide prevention research is often related to Permissive, thus linking different fields of science. Frank W. Putnam has researched Psychopathology in several fields, including Psychophysiology, Positive discipline and Risk factor.
Frank W. Putnam mainly focuses on Psychiatry, Sexual abuse, Child abuse, El Niño and Anxiety disorder. His Psychiatry study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Clinical psychology. Clinical psychology is closely attributed to Permissive in his work.
Frank W. Putnam interconnects Posttraumatic stress, Functional impairment, Predictive validity and Nosology in the investigation of issues within El Niño. Frank W. Putnam frequently studies issues relating to Arousal and Anxiety disorder. Frank W. Putnam performs multidisciplinary study on Substance abuse and Child sexual abuse in his works.
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Development, reliability, and validity of a dissociation scale.
Eve M. Bernstein;Frank W. Putnam.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1986)
Ten-year research update review: child sexual abuse.
Frank W. Putnam.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (2003)
An update on the Dissociative Experiences Scale.
Eve Bernstein Carlson;Frank W. Putnam.
Dissociation: Progress in the Dissociative Disorders (1993)
Types of dissociation and dissociative types: A taxometric analysis of dissociative experiences
Niels G. Waller;Frank William Putnam;Eve B. Carlson.
Psychological Methods (1996)
The clinical phenomenology of multiple personality disorder: review of 100 recent cases.
Frank W. Putnam;Juliet J. Guroff;Edward K. Silberman;Lisa Barban.
The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (1986)
Effect of incest on self and social functioning: a developmental psychopathology perspective.
Pamela M. Cole;Frank W. Putnam.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1992)
Dissociation in Children and Adolescents: A Developmental Perspective
Frank W. Putnam.
Evidence-Based Psychosocial Treatments for Children and Adolescents Exposed to Traumatic Events
Wendy K. Silverman;Claudio D. Ortiz;Chockalingham Viswesvaran;Barbara J. Burns.
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2008)
Validity of the dissociative experiences scale in screening for multiple personality disorder: A multicenter study
Eve Bernstein Carlson;Frank W. Putnam;Colin A. Ross;Moshe Torem.
American Journal of Psychiatry (1993)
The impact of sexual abuse on female development: lessons from a multigenerational, longitudinal research study.
Penelope K. Trickett;Jennie G. Noll;Frank W. Putnam.
Development and Psychopathology (2011)
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