Psychiatry, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention, Occupational safety and health and Sexual abuse are her primary areas of study. Her Psychiatry study often links to related topics such as Clinical psychology. Her work on Posttraumatic stress as part of general Clinical psychology research is frequently linked to Crime victims, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her Injury prevention study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Human factors and ergonomics. In her research, Heidi S. Resnick performs multidisciplinary study on Suicide prevention and Public health. Heidi S. Resnick interconnects Demography, September 11 Terrorist Attacks, Panic and Environmental health in the investigation of issues within Occupational safety and health.
Her primary areas of study are Psychiatry, Suicide prevention, Clinical psychology, Injury prevention and Occupational safety and health. Her work in the fields of Psychiatry, such as Mental health, Substance abuse and Anxiety disorder, overlaps with other areas such as Sexual abuse and Victimology. Her Sexual abuse study combines topics in areas such as Domestic violence and Child abuse.
Her study in the fields of Sex offense under the domain of Suicide prevention overlaps with other disciplines such as Public health, Depression, Environmental health and September 11 Terrorist Attacks. Heidi S. Resnick has researched Clinical psychology in several fields, including Major depressive episode and Comorbidity. Her work on Binge drinking as part of general Injury prevention study is frequently connected to Medical emergency, Social support and Cross-sectional study, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychiatry, Suicide prevention, Clinical psychology, Injury prevention and Occupational safety and health. The study of Psychiatry is intertwined with the study of Young adult in a number of ways. Suicide prevention is frequently linked to Human factors and ergonomics in her study.
Her Clinical psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Public health and Depression. Her work on Binge drinking and Child abuse as part of general Injury prevention study is frequently linked to Medical emergency and Juvenile delinquency, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Occupational safety and health study deals with Pediatrics intersecting with Cohort.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Occupational safety and health. Her studies in Psychiatry integrate themes in fields like Young adult and Checklist. Her work in Clinical psychology covers topics such as Depression which are related to areas like Intervention.
Her study connects Human factors and ergonomics and Suicide prevention. In the field of Injury prevention, her study on Binge drinking overlaps with subjects such as Psychopathology, Juvenile delinquency and Cumulative Exposure. She has included themes like Social support, Social psychology, MEDLINE and Multivariate analysis in her Occupational safety and health study.
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Prevalence of civilian trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder in a representative national sample of women
Heidi S. Resnick;Dean G. Kilpatrick;Bonnie S. Dansky;Benjamin E. Saunders.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1993)
Psychological sequelae of the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York City
Sandro Galea;Jennifer Ahern;Heidi S. Resnick;Dean G. Kilpatrick.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2002)
Violence and Risk of PTSD, Major Depression, Substance Abuse/Dependence, and Comorbidity: Results From the National Survey of Adolescents
Dean G. Kilpatrick;Kenneth J. Ruggiero;Ron E. Acierno;Benjamin E. Saunders.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2003)
Risk factors for adolescent substance abuse and dependence: data from a national sample
Dean G. Kilpatrick;Ron Acierno;Benjamin Saunders;Heidi S. Resnick.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2000)
National estimates of exposure to traumatic events and PTSD prevalence using DSM-IV and DSM-5 criteria.
Dean G. Kilpatrick;Heidi S. Resnick;Melissa E. Milanak;Mark W. Miller;Mark W. Miller.
Journal of Traumatic Stress (2013)
Prevalence and correlates of emotional, physical, sexual, and financial abuse and potential neglect in the United States: the National Elder Mistreatment Study.
Ron E. Acierno;Melba A. Hernández;Ananda B. Amstadter;Heidi S. Resnick.
American Journal of Public Health (2010)
A 2-year longitudinal analysis of the relationships between violent assault and substance use in women.
Dean G. Kilpatrick;Ron Acierno;Heidi S. Resnick;Benjamin E. Saunders.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1997)
Trends of Probable Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in New York City after the September 11 Terrorist Attacks
Sandro Galea;David Vlahov;Heidi S. Resnick;Jennifer Ahern.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2003)
Drug-facilitated, Incapacitated, and Forcible Rape: A National Study
Dean Kilpatrick;Heidi Resnick;Kenneth Ruggiero;Lauren Conoscenti.
Victim and crime factors associated with the development of crime-related post-traumatic stress disorder
Dean G. Kilpatrick;Benjamin E. Saunders;Angelynne Amick-McMullan;Connie L. Best.
Behavior Therapy (1989)
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