2019 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Joanne Davila spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Depression, Social relation, Clinical psychology and Interpersonal communication. Her Developmental psychology research includes themes of Social psychology, Interpersonal relationship, Personality, Association and Anxiety. In the field of Depression, her study on Depressive symptoms overlaps with subjects such as Stress and Risk factor.
Her study in Social relation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Affect and Attitude change. Joanne Davila usually deals with Clinical psychology and limits it to topics linked to Mental health and Sexual orientation. As a part of the same scientific study, Joanne Davila usually deals with the Interpersonal communication, concentrating on Social cognition and frequently concerns with Abandonment, Social stress and Developmental psychopathology.
Joanne Davila mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Social psychology, Anxiety and Depression. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social relation, Interpersonal communication, Personality, Interpersonal relationship and Competence. Joanne Davila interconnects Cognition and Social cognition in the investigation of issues within Interpersonal communication.
Her research in Clinical psychology intersects with topics in Minority stress, Young adult, Lesbian, Association and Mental health. Specifically, her work in Anxiety is concerned with the study of Social anxiety. Her research investigates the connection between Depression and topics such as Comorbidity that intersect with problems in Psychopathology.
Joanne Davila focuses on Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Minority stress and Mental health. Her Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Depression, Depressive symptoms, Affect and Anxiety. Her study on Reward responsiveness is often connected to Diathesis–stress model as part of broader study in Depression.
Her work focuses on many connections between Developmental psychology and other disciplines, such as Competence, that overlap with her field of interest in Relationship education. Her work on Affection and Marital satisfaction as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Intersection, Systemic bias and Content validity, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Mental health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stressor and Sexual identity.
Her primary scientific interests are in Clinical psychology, Mental health, Queer, Anxiety and Sexual orientation. The concepts of her Clinical psychology study are interwoven with issues in Psychiatry, Depression and Event-related potential. Her Depression research includes elements of Etiology and Developmental psychopathology.
Her study in Mental health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stressor and Behavioural sciences. Her Queer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sexual minority, Lesbian and Sexual identity. Sexual orientation is a primary field of her research addressed under Social psychology.
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Forgiveness and conflict resolution in marriage.
Frank D. Fincham;Steven R. H. Beach;Joanne Davila.
Journal of Family Psychology (2004)
Negative Social Comparison on Facebook and Depressive Symptoms: Rumination as a Mechanism
Brian A. Feinstein;Rachel Hershenberg;Vickie Bhatia;Jessica A. Latack.
Psychology of popular media culture (2013)
Marital functioning and depressive symptoms: evidence for a stress generation model.
Joanne Davila;Thomas N. Bradbury;Catherine L. Cohan;Shelly Tochluk.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1997)
Attachment change processes in the early years of marriage.
Joanne Davila;Benjamin R. Karney;Thomas N. Bradbury.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1999)
Depressive symptoms and marital satisfaction: within-subject associations and the moderating effects of gender and neuroticism.
Joanne Davila;Benjamin R. Karney;Todd W. Hall;Thomas N. Bradbury.
Journal of Family Psychology (2003)
Problem-solving skills and affective expressions as predictors of change in marital satisfaction.
Matthew D. Johnson;Catherine L. Cohan;Joanne Davila;Erika Lawrence.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2005)
Interpersonal attachment cognitions and prediction of symptomatic responses to interpersonal stress
Constance L. Hammen;Dorli Burge;Shannon E. Daley;Joanne Davila.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1995)
Poor interpersonal problem solving as a mechanism of stress generation in depression among adolescent women.
Joanne Davila;Constance Hammen;Dorli Burge;Blair Paley.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1995)
The relationship between experiences of discrimination and mental health among lesbians and gay men: An examination of internalized homonegativity and rejection sensitivity as potential mechanisms.
Brian A. Feinstein;Marvin R. Goldfried;Joanne Davila.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2012)
The tendency to forgive in dating and married couples: The role of attachment and relationship satisfaction
Lorig K. Kachadourian;Frank Fincham;Joanne Davila.
Personal Relationships (2004)
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