Jan M. Nicholson focuses on Longitudinal study, Overweight, Clinical psychology, Childhood obesity and Mental health. His Longitudinal study study incorporates themes from Psychosocial, Commonwealth and Developmental psychology, Early childhood, Child development. His research in Overweight intersects with topics in Gestation and Snacking.
His studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Health psychology and Stepfamily. His study in Childhood obesity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Meal, Cross-sectional study, Confirmatory factor analysis, Randomized controlled trial and Pediatrics. His Mental health research is within the category of Psychiatry.
His primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Mental health, Clinical psychology, Longitudinal study and Psychiatry. His Child development and Early childhood study in the realm of Developmental psychology interacts with subjects such as Context. The various areas that Jan M. Nicholson examines in his Mental health study include Epidemiology, Work–family conflict, Distress, Mood and Anxiety.
His work deals with themes such as Randomized controlled trial, Social skills, Association and Stepfamily, which intersect with Clinical psychology. Jan M. Nicholson interconnects Body mass index, Overweight, Gerontology, Demography and Cohort in the investigation of issues within Longitudinal study. His Psychiatry research incorporates themes from Odds ratio and Quality of life.
His primary areas of investigation include Clinical psychology, Mental health, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Longitudinal study and Psychiatry. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cognition, Association, Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire, Construct validity and Academic achievement. His Mental health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Reliability, Epidemiology, Public health and Anxiety.
Jan M. Nicholson has included themes like Quality of life, Anger, Social skills, Severity of illness and Comorbidity in his Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder study. His Longitudinal study study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Premature birth, Lower risk, Small for gestational age, Low birth weight and Global health. His work on Cerebral palsy, Group psychotherapy and Acceptance and commitment therapy as part of his general Psychiatry study is frequently connected to Commit and Family studies, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Jan M. Nicholson spends much of his time researching Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Social media, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and Longitudinal study. His Clinical psychology research incorporates elements of Consistency, Irritable Mood, Socio emotional, Randomized controlled trial and Cognition. His study in the field of Autism also crosses realms of Focus group.
His work investigates the relationship between Social media and topics such as Public relations that intersect with problems in Perception, Public health and Flexibility. The Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder study combines topics in areas such as Neuroimaging, Psychopathology, Vigilance and Impulsivity. His Longitudinal study study combines topics in areas such as Child and adolescent psychiatry, Demography, Distress, Anxiety and Hostility.
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Preschooler Obesity and Parenting Styles of Mothers and Fathers: Australian National Population Study
Melissa Wake;Jan Maree Nicholson;Pollyanna Hardy;Katherine Smith.
Specific language impairment: a convenient label for whom?
Sheena Reilly;Sheena Reilly;Bruce Tomblin;James Law;James Law;Cristina McKean;Cristina McKean.
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders (2014)
Introducing the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children
Ann Sanson;Jan Nicholson;Judy Ungerer;Stephen Zubrick.
Which presenteeism measures are more sensitive to depression and anxiety
Kirsty Sanderson;Elizabeth Tilse;Jan Nicholson;Brian Federick Oldenburg.
Journal of Affective Disorders (2007)
The NOURISH randomised control trial: positive feeding practices and food preferences in early childhood - a primary prevention program for childhood obesity
Lynne Allison Daniels;Anthea Margaret Magarey;Diana Battistutta;Jan M Nicholson.
BMC Public Health (2009)
Impact of music therapy to promote positive parenting and child development.
Jan M. Nicholson;Donna Berthelsen;Vicky Abad;Kate Williams.
Journal of Health Psychology (2008)
Do working mothers raise couch potato kids? Maternal employment and children's lifestyle behaviours and weight in early childhood.
Judith E. Brown;Dorothy H. Broom;Jan M. Nicholson;Michael Bittman.
Social Science & Medicine (2010)
Evaluation of an intervention to promote protective infant feeding practices to prevent childhood obesity: outcomes of the NOURISH RCT at 14 months of age and 6 months post the first of two intervention modules
Lynne Daniels;Lynne Daniels;Kimberley Mallan;Diana Battistutta;Jan Nicholson.
International Journal of Obesity (2012)
Risk Factors for Childhood Mental Health Symptoms: National Longitudinal Study of Australian Children
Jordana K Bayer;Obioha C Ukoumunne;Nina Lucas;Melissa Wake.
Outcomes of an Early Feeding Practices Intervention to Prevent Childhood Obesity
Lynne Allison Daniels;Kimberley Margaret Mallan;Jan Maree Nicholson;Diana Battistutta.
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