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His research investigates the connection between Substance use and topics such as Clinical psychology that intersect with problems in Stressor. Stressor connects with themes related to Clinical psychology in his study. His Psychotherapist study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Quality of life (healthcare). Quality of life (healthcare) and Psychotherapist are frequently intertwined in his study. John J. Curtin merges Nursing with Gerontology in his study. John J. Curtin combines Gerontology and Nursing in his studies. In his study, John J. Curtin carries out multidisciplinary Health care and Physical therapy research. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Physical therapy and Health care. Psychiatry is closely attributed to Intervention (counseling) in his study.
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Development and validation of a brief form of the Multidimensional Personality Questionnaire.
Christopher J. Patrick;John J. Curtin;Auke Tellegen.
Psychological Assessment (2002)
Neural Signals for the Detection of Unintentional Race Bias
David M. Amodio;Eddie Harmon-Jones;Patricia G. Devine;John J. Curtin.
Psychological Science (2004)
Assessment of Psychopathy in a Population of Incarcerated Adolescent Offenders
John Randall Brandt;Wallace A. Kennedy;Christopher J. Patrick;John J. Curtin.
Psychological Assessment (1997)
Attention moderates the fearlessness of psychopathic offenders.
Joseph P. Newman;John J. Curtin;Jeremy D. Bertsch;Arielle R. Baskin-Sommers.
Biological Psychiatry (2010)
Alcohol and cognitive control: implications for regulation of behavior during response conflict.
John J. Curtin;Bradley A. Fairchild.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (2003)
Psychopathy and Physiological Response to Emotionally Evocative Sounds.
Edelyn Verona;Christopher J. Patrick;John J. Curtin;Margaret M. Bradley.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (2004)
Specifying the Attentional Selection That Moderates the Fearlessness of Psychopathic Offenders
Arielle R. Baskin-Sommers;John J. Curtin;Joseph P. Newman.
Psychological Science (2011)
Physically Abused Children's Regulation of Attention in Response to Hostility
Seth D. Pollak;Shira Vardi;Anna M. Putzner Bechner;John J. Curtin.
Child Development (2005)
Linear mixed-effects models and the analysis of nonindependent data: A unified framework to analyze categorical and continuous independent variables that vary within-subjects and/or within-items.
Markus Brauer;John J Curtin.
Psychological Methods (2017)
BREASTFEEDING AMONG LOW-INCOME WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT PEER SUPPORT
Jean Penrose Arlotti;Barbara Hansen Cottrell;Sally Hughes Lee;John Joseph Curtin.
Journal of Community Health Nursing (1998)
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