Glenn Waller mainly investigates Eating disorders, Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Psychiatry and Psychopathology. His work on Bulimia nervosa as part of his general Eating disorders study is frequently connected to Psychological abuse, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The Clinical psychology study which covers Social anxiety that intersects with Dissociation.
His research integrates issues of Binge eating and Personality in his study of Developmental psychology. His study in the fields of Comorbidity under the domain of Psychiatry overlaps with other disciplines such as Sexual abuse, Suicide prevention and Social environment. His Psychopathology research includes elements of Coping, Unhealthy eating, Dysfunctional family and Self-esteem.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Eating disorders, Clinical psychology, Cognition, Psychiatry and Psychotherapist. His Eating disorders study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Psychopathology and Anorexia nervosa. The various areas that Glenn Waller examines in his Developmental psychology study include Personality Assessment Inventory and Eating attitudes.
His Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Association, Depression and Anxiety. His studies deal with areas such as Schema and Dysfunctional family as well as Cognition. His study in the field of Comorbidity and Borderline personality disorder also crosses realms of Sexual abuse and Suicide prevention.
Glenn Waller focuses on Eating disorders, Clinical psychology, Cognition, Anxiety and Psychotherapist. His Eating disorders study results in a more complete grasp of Psychiatry. His work in Clinical psychology tackles topics such as Meta-analysis which are related to areas like PsycINFO.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Developmental psychology, Routine clinical practice, Cognitive psychology and Body checking in addition to Cognition. His Anxiety study combines topics in areas such as Group psychotherapy, Patient characteristics and Depression. His work on Association as part of general Psychotherapist research is frequently linked to Alliance, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Glenn Waller spends much of his time researching Eating disorders, Clinical psychology, Cognition, Psychotherapist and Cognitive behavioral therapy. His research in Eating disorders intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Meta-analysis and Anorexia nervosa. His Clinical psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychiatry, Depression, Anxiety and Personality.
His study in Cognition is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Alternative medicine, Abstinence, Eating attitudes and Body checking. His work carried out in the field of Psychotherapist brings together such families of science as Cognitive therapy, Evidence-based practice, Facet and Neuroscience. Glenn Waller has included themes like Nursing and Association in his Cognitive behavioral therapy study.
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Evidence-based treatment and therapist drift
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2009)
Psychometric Properties of the Long and Short Versions of the Young Schema Questionnaire: Core Beliefs Among Bulimic and Comparison Women
Glenn Waller;Caroline Meyer;Vartouhi Ohanian.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (2001)
Distress tolerance in the eating disorders.
Emma Corstorphine;Vicki Mountford;Sophie Tomlinson;Glenn Waller.
Eating Behaviors (2007)
A greater role of emotional than physical or sexual abuse in predicting disordered eating attitudes: the role of mediating variables.
Angela Kent;Glenn Waller;Dave Dagnan.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (1999)
See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil: Why do relatively few male victims of childhood sexual abuse receive help for abuse-related issues in adulthood?
Guy R. Holmes;Liz Offen;Glenn Waller.
Clinical Psychology Review (1997)
Anxiety in the eating disorders: understanding the overlap.
Emma Pallister;Glenn Waller.
Clinical Psychology Review (2008)
Excessive exercise in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa: relation to eating characteristics and general psychopathology.
Eva Peñas-Lledó;Francisco J. Vaz Leal;Glenn Waller.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2002)
Eating disorders and perceived relationships with parents
Rachel Calam;Glenn Waller;Peter Slade;Tim Newton.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (1990)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders: A Comprehensive Treatment Guide
Glenn Waller;Helen Cordery;Emma Corstorphine;Hendrik Hinrichsen.
Cognitive content among bulimic women: The role of core beliefs
Glenn Waller;Vartouhi Ohanian;Caroline Meyer;Selen Osman.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2000)
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