Her primary areas of study are Social psychology, Gerontology, Longitudinal study, Developmental psychology and Control. Judith G. Chipperfield has included themes like Academic achievement and Cognition in her Social psychology study. She interconnects Life satisfaction, Perceived control, Health equity, Public health and Feeling in the investigation of issues within Gerontology.
In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Health equity, Population health, Social determinants of health and Health belief model is strongly linked to Self-rated health. Judith G. Chipperfield works mostly in the field of Public health, limiting it down to topics relating to Stressor and, in certain cases, Mental health. Her Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Sadness, Academic year, Attribution and Valence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Gerontology, Attribution and Clinical psychology. Her studies examine the connections between Developmental psychology and genetics, as well as such issues in Quality of life, with regards to Social comparison theory. Her study on Perceived control and Feeling is often connected to Control as part of broader study in Social psychology.
Mental health is closely connected to Public health in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Gerontology. Judith G. Chipperfield has included themes like Intervention, Affect, Locus of control and Psychological intervention in her Attribution study. Her Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Negative emotion, Motivation treatment and Psychiatry.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Attribution, Demography, Perceived control, Cognition and Developmental psychology. Her research in Attribution intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Clinical psychology and Cognitive reframing. She works mostly in the field of Psychological intervention, limiting it down to concerns involving Intervention and, occasionally, Academic achievement and Medical education.
She has researched Academic achievement in several fields, including Social psychology and Anxiety. Her Perceived control study incorporates themes from Mortality data and Mediation. Her Developmental psychology study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Boredom.
Optimism, Motivation treatment, Depression, Chronic condition and Premise are her primary areas of study. Her Optimism research includes elements of School based intervention, Distance education, Goal orientation and Medical education. Her Motivation treatment study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology and Student engagement.
Her research on Depression frequently links to adjacent areas such as Demography.
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Two views of self-rated general health status.
Daniel S Bailis;Alexander Segall;Judith G Chipperfield.
Social Science & Medicine (2003)
Remaining active in later life. The role of locus of control in seniors' leisure activity participation, health, and life satisfaction.
Verena H. Menec;Judith G. Chipperfield.
Journal of Aging and Health (1997)
Perceived control in relation to socioeconomic and behavioral resources for health.
Daniel S Bailis;Alexander Segall;Michael J Mahon;Judith G Chipperfield.
Social Science & Medicine (2001)
Gender Differences in the Relationship Between Marital Status Transitions and Life Satisfaction in Later Life
Judith G. Chipperfield;Betty Havens.
Journals of Gerontology Series B-psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (2001)
Self-Perceptions of Health: A Prospective Analysis of Mortality, Control, and Health
Verena H. Menec;Judith G. Chipperfield;Raymond P. Perry.
Journals of Gerontology Series B-psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (1999)
Primary and secondary control in academic development : Gender-specific implications for stress and health in college students
Nathan C. Hall;Judith G. Chipperfield;Raymond P. Perry;Joelle C. Ruthig.
Anxiety Stress and Coping (2006)
Perceived control and emotions: interactive effects on performance in achievement settings
Joelle C. Ruthig;Raymond P. Perry;Steven Hladkyj;Nathan C. Hall.
Social Psychology of Education (2008)
Perceived Academic Control and Failure in College students: A Three-Year Study of Scholastic Attainment
Raymond P. Perry;Steven Hladkyj;Reinhard H. Pekrun;Rodney A. Clifton.
Research in Higher Education (2005)
Attributing illness to ‘old age:’ Consequences of a self-directed stereotype for health and mortality
Tara L. Stewart;Judith G. Chipperfield;Raymond P. Perry;Bernard Weiner.
Psychology & Health (2012)
The Interactive Effect of Perceived Control and Functional Status on Health and Mortality among Young-Old and Old-Old Adults
Verena H. Menec;Judith G. Chipperfield.
Journals of Gerontology Series B-psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (1997)
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