John M. Chaney focuses on Developmental psychology, Disease, Distress, Psychiatry and El Niño. His work investigates the relationship between Developmental psychology and topics such as Vulnerability that intersect with problems in Depressive symptoms, Cancer, Cystic fibrosis and Health psychology. Distress is a subfield of Clinical psychology that John M. Chaney explores.
His research in Psychiatry intersects with topics in Rehabilitation and Affect. His El Niño study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and Psychometrics. His Depression research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Asthma and Sick role.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Depression, Psychological intervention and Distress. His Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Psychosocial, Young adult, Anxiety, Disease and Severity of illness. John M. Chaney has researched Disease in several fields, including Diabetes mellitus, Prospective cohort study, Activities of daily living and Developmental psychology.
In Psychiatry, John M. Chaney works on issues like Asthma, which are connected to Type 1 diabetes. His studies deal with areas such as Learned helplessness and Rheumatoid arthritis as well as Depression. His research on Distress also deals with topics like
His primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Psychosocial, Anxiety, Psychological intervention and Young adult. His work on Mediation and Distress as part of general Clinical psychology research is often related to Social stigma, thus linking different fields of science. His Distress study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Meta-analysis and Pediatric cancer.
His work carried out in the field of Anxiety brings together such families of science as Ambiguous genitalia and Depression. His studies in Young adult integrate themes in fields like Adverse Childhood Experiences, Grit and Asthma. John M. Chaney combines subjects such as Type 1 diabetes and Illness perceptions with his study of Psychiatry.
John M. Chaney mainly investigates Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Psychosocial, Social stigma and Intrusiveness. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Transactional leadership, Severity of illness and Disease. His study in Anxiety is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Young adult, Distress and Depression.
His Young adult research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stigma, Pediatric psychology, Positive psychology and Illness intrusiveness. The study incorporates disciplines such as PsycINFO, Pediatric cancer, Meta-analysis and Moderation in addition to Distress. His Depression research is within the category of Psychiatry.
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Transactional patterns of child, mother, and father adjustment in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus: a prospective study.
John M. Chaney;Lary L. Mullins;Robert G. Frank;Lizette Peterson.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (1997)
The relationship of parental overprotection, perceived vulnerability, and parenting stress to behavioral, emotional, and social adjustment in children with cancer
Christina J.M. Colletti;Cortney Wolfe‐Christensen;Melissa Y. Carpentier;Melanie C. Page.
Pediatric Blood & Cancer (2008)
The Influence of Parental Distress on Child Depressive Symptoms in Juvenile Rheumatic Diseases: The Moderating Effect of Illness Intrusiveness
Janelle L. Wagner;John M. Chaney;Kevin A. Hommel;Melanie C. Page.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (2003)
The Relationship of Parental Overprotection and Perceived Child Vulnerability to Depressive Symptomotology in Children With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: The Moderating Influence of Parenting Stress
Larry L. Mullins;Bernard F. Fuemmeler;Ahna Hoff;John M. Chaney.
Children's Health Care (2004)
Parental Overprotection, Perceived Child Vulnerability, and Parenting Stress: A Cross-Illness Comparison
Stephanie E. Hullmann;Cortney Wolfe-Christensen;Jamie L. Ryan;David A. Fedele.
Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings (2010)
Psychological Distress in High-Risk Youth With Asthma
Stephen R. Gillaspy;Ahna L. Hoff;Larry L. Mullins;Jill C. Van Pelt.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (2002)
Illness Uncertainty, Attributional Style, and Psychological Adjustment in Older Adolescents and Young Adults with Asthma
Larry L. Mullins;John M. Chaney;Terry M. Pace;Valerie L. Hartman.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (1997)
PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTATION WITH PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS : OBSTACLES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MEDICAL SETTING
Terry M. Pace;John M. Chaney;Larry L. Mullins;Roberta A. Olson.
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (1995)
Coping style, perceived uncertainty in illness, and distress in individuals with Parkinson's disease and their caregivers.
Neva E. J. Sanders-Dewey;Larry L. Mullins;John M. Chaney.
Rehabilitation Psychology (2001)
Dysphoria: A major symptom factor in persons with disability or chronic illness
Robert G. Frank;John M. Chaney;Daniel L. Clay;Michael S. Shutty.
Psychiatry Research-neuroimaging (1992)
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