Jeffrey Roelofs spends much of his time researching Physical therapy, Chronic pain, Confirmatory factor analysis, Anxiety and Fibromyalgia. His research in Physical therapy is mostly concerned with Activities of daily living. His Chronic pain research includes themes of Psychometrics and Association.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Confirmatory factor analysis, Construct validity are connected with Predictive validity and Phobic disorder and other disciplines. The Anxiety study combines topics in areas such as Rumination, Depression, Aggression and Clinical psychology. His research in Clinical psychology intersects with topics in Child rearing and Psychiatry.
Jeffrey Roelofs mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Physical therapy, Psychiatry and Anxiety. His Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Personality and Depression, Depressive symptoms. The Rumination and Depressed mood research he does as part of his general Depression study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as El Niño, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
He specializes in Developmental psychology, namely Psychometrics. His works in Chronic pain, Pain catastrophizing, Fibromyalgia and Activities of daily living are all subjects of inquiry into Physical therapy. His research in Psychiatry focuses on subjects like Confirmatory factor analysis, which are connected to Construct validity and Factor structure.
His primary scientific interests are in Schema, Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing and Eye movement. His Schema study deals with Personality intersecting with Psychopathology, Maladaptive schemas and Non clinical. Jeffrey Roelofs combines subjects such as Confirmatory factor analysis, Mental health, Cognition and Personality disorders with his study of Psychopathology.
His study in Clinical psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychiatry, Autism, Autism spectrum disorder and Anxiety. Jeffrey Roelofs has included themes like Social skills, Loneliness and Cognitive bias in his Anxiety study. In most of his Developmental psychology studies, his work intersects topics such as Coping.
Developmental psychology, Schema, Coping, Schema therapy and Social anxiety are his primary areas of study. The study of Developmental psychology is intertwined with the study of Disconnection in a number of ways. His Schema study which covers Personality that intersects with Feeling, Non clinical, Cognition, Psychopathology and Confirmatory factor analysis.
His Social anxiety study improves the overall literature in Anxiety. His Disruptive behavior study contributes to a more complete understanding of Clinical psychology. Jeffrey Roelofs conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Clinical psychology and Experiential learning through his works.
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Mediating effects of rumination and worry on the links between neuroticism, anxiety and depression
Peter Muris;Jeffrey Roelofs;Eric Rassin;Ingmar Franken.
Personality and Individual Differences (2005)
The Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia: further examination of psychometric properties in patients with chronic low back pain and fibromyalgia
Jeffrey Roelofs;Liesbet Goubert;Madelon L. Peters;Johan W.S. Vlaeyen.
European Journal of Pain (2004)
The influence of emotion-focused rumination and distraction on depressive symptoms in non-clinical youth: a meta-analytic review.
Lea Rood;Jeffrey Roelofs;Susan M. Bögels;Susan Nolen-Hoeksema.
Clinical Psychology Review (2009)
On the Links Between Attachment Style, Parental Rearing Behaviors, and Internalizing and Externalizing Problems in Non-Clinical Children
Jeffrey Roelofs;Cor Meesters;Mijke ter Huurne;Lotte Bamelis.
Journal of Child and Family Studies (2006)
Confirmatory factor analysis of the Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia: invariant two-factor model across low back pain patients and fibromyalgia patients.
Liesbet Goubert;Geert Crombez;Stefaan Van Damme;Johan W S Vlaeyen.
The Clinical Journal of Pain (2004)
Fear of movement and (re)injury in chronic musculoskeletal pain: Evidence for an invariant two-factor model of the Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia across pain diagnoses and Dutch, Swedish, and Canadian samples
Jeffrey Roelofs;Judith K. Sluiter;Monique H.W. Frings-Dresen;Mariëlle Goossens.
Acute low back pain: pain-related fear and pain catastrophizing influence physical performance and perceived disability.
Ilse E.J. Swinkels-Meewisse;Ilse E.J. Swinkels-Meewisse;Jeffrey Roelofs;Rob A.B. Oostendorp;André L.M. Verbeek.
Pain-related fear and daily functioning in patients with osteoarthritis.
Peter H.T.G Heuts;Johan W.S Vlaeyen;Jeffrey Roelofs;Rob A de Bie.
The pain vigilance and awareness questionnaire (PVAQ): further psychometric evaluation in fibromyalgia and other chronic pain syndromes.
Jeffrey Roelofs;Madelon L Peters;Lance McCracken;Johan W.S Vlaeyen.
Fear of movement/(re)injury, disability and participation in acute low back pain
Ilse E.J Swinkels-Meewisse;Jeffrey Roelofs;André L.M Verbeek;Rob A.B Oostendorp.
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