The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Posttraumatic growth, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Personality and Social psychology. Her Posttraumatic growth study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Anxiety disorder, Suicide prevention, Positive correlation, Human factors and ergonomics and Emergency personnel. Jane Shakespeare-Finch has included themes like Victimisation and Attitude change in her Developmental psychology study.
She has researched Clinical psychology in several fields, including Psychiatry, Severity of illness and Social support. She works mostly in the field of Social psychology, limiting it down to concerns involving Social perception and, occasionally, Social cognition, Personality Assessment Inventory and Social environment. Her Stereotype research incorporates elements of Life satisfaction, Socioemotional selectivity theory, Cognition and Cross-cultural studies.
Her primary areas of investigation include Posttraumatic growth, Clinical psychology, Mental health, Social psychology and Distress. Her work investigates the relationship between Posttraumatic growth and topics such as Developmental psychology that intersect with problems in Cognition. The various areas that she examines in her Clinical psychology study include Social support, Perception, Well-being and Personality.
The concepts of her Mental health study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, Nursing, Psychosocial, Belongingness and Occupational stress. Her work on Stereotype is typically connected to Character as part of general Social psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science. As a member of one scientific family, Jane Shakespeare-Finch mostly works in the field of Distress, focusing on Psychological resilience and, on occasion, Gender studies.
Jane Shakespeare-Finch focuses on Posttraumatic growth, Clinical psychology, Mental health, Distress and Psychological resilience. Her Posttraumatic growth research is included under the broader classification of Psychotherapist. Her Clinical psychology research integrates issues from Reliability, Belongingness, Social support, Self-efficacy and Depression.
Her research in Mental health intersects with topics in Agreeableness, Psychological intervention, Nursing, Neuroticism and Psychosocial. Her work carried out in the field of Distress brings together such families of science as Developmental psychology, Interpretative phenomenological analysis, Gerontology and Superordinate goals. Her research integrates issues of Interpersonal communication, Workforce, Occupational stress and Well-being in her study of Psychological resilience.
Her primary areas of study are Posttraumatic growth, Clinical psychology, Psychological resilience, Mental health and Developmental psychology. She interconnects Rumination, Cognition, Facilitation, Posttraumatic stress and Interpersonal relationship in the investigation of issues within Posttraumatic growth. Her Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Belongingness and Reliability.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Emergency medical services and Distress. Her Mental health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention and Nursing. In the subject of general Developmental psychology, her work in Parenting stress is often linked to High stress, Court order and Child behaviour, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
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National character does not reflect mean personality trait levels in 49 cultures
A. Terracciano;A. M. Abdel-Khalek;N. Ádám;L. Adamovová.
Perceptions of aging across 26 cultures and their culture-level associates.
Corinna E. Löckenhoff;Filip de Fruyt;Antonio Terracciano;Robert R. Mccrae.
A meta-analytic clarification of the relationship between posttraumatic growth and symptoms of posttraumatic distress disorder
Jane Shakespeare-Finch;Janine Lurie-Beck.
Journal of Anxiety Disorders (2014)
Multidimensional nature of posttraumatic growth in an Australian population.
Bronwyn A. Morris;Jane E. Shakespeare-Finch;Jane E. Shakespeare-Finch;Murray J. Rieck;Jasmin Newbery.
Journal of Traumatic Stress (2005)
Posttraumatic Growth: Theory, Research, and Applications
Richard G. Tedeschi;Jane Shakespeare-Finch;Kanako Taku;Lawrence G. Calhoun.
Trauma Type and Posttrauma Outcomes: Differences Between Survivors of Motor Vehicle Accidents, Sexual Assault, and Bereavement
Jane Shakespeare-Finch;Deanne Armstrong.
Journal of Loss & Trauma (2010)
Rumination, post-traumatic growth, and distress: structural equation modelling with cancer survivors
Bronwyn Anne Morris;Jane Shakespeare-Finch.
The development of the 2-Way Social Support Scale: a measure of giving and receiving emotional and instrumental support.
Jane Shakespeare-Finch;Patricia L Obst.
Journal of Personality Assessment (2011)
Corroborating evidence of posttraumatic growth
Jane Shakespeare-Finch;Tracey Enders.
Journal of Traumatic Stress (2008)
The Prevalence of Post-Traumatic Growth in Emergency Ambulance Personnel
Jane E. Shakespeare-Finch;Sandra J. Smith;Kathryn M. Gow;Gary Embelton.
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