2018 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1975 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
The various areas that K. Daniel O'Leary examines in his Pathology study include Developmental psychology, Aggression and Poison control, Medical emergency, Injury prevention. He is involved in relevant fields of research such as Aggression and Marital relationship in the realm of Developmental psychology. His Human factors and ergonomics research extends to Poison control, which is thematically connected. As part of his studies on Medical emergency, K. Daniel O'Leary often connects relevant subjects like Human factors and ergonomics. As part of his studies on Injury prevention, he often connects relevant subjects like Domestic violence. Clinical psychology and Marital Therapy are frequently intertwined in his study. The study of Social psychology is intertwined with the study of Reinforcement in a number of ways. His Reinforcement study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Social psychology. His study brings together the fields of Anxiety and Psychiatry.
Many of his studies on Clinical psychology apply to Marital Therapy as well. K. Daniel O'Leary performs integrative Developmental psychology and Social psychology research in his work. His research links Aggression with Social psychology. His research links Developmental psychology with Aggression. The study of Poison control is intertwined with the study of Injury prevention in a number of ways. His study on Injury prevention is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Poison control. The study of Medical emergency is intertwined with the study of Domestic violence in a number of ways. His Domestic violence study often links to related topics such as Human factors and ergonomics. Many of his studies on Human factors and ergonomics apply to Medical emergency as well.
His work focuses on many connections between Bystander effect and other disciplines, such as Social psychology, that overlap with his field of interest in Aggression. Aggression is frequently linked to Social psychology in his study. His Marital Therapy research extends to the thematically linked field of Clinical psychology. His research on Poison control often connects related topics like Environmental health. Environmental health is frequently linked to Poison control in his study. His research on Injury prevention frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Intimate partner. His research ties Injury prevention and Intimate partner together. Medical emergency is frequently linked to Suicide prevention in his study. K. Daniel O'Leary conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Suicide prevention and Domestic violence through his research.
Psychopathology, Marital Therapy and Distress are all intertwined in Clinical psychology research. K. Daniel O'Leary integrates many fields in his works, including Psychopathology and Clinical psychology. His research on Distress often connects related areas such as Psychotherapist. His work on Psychological distress expands to the thematically related Psychotherapist. Psychological distress and Depressive symptoms are the main areas of his Anxiety studies. Depressive symptoms connects with themes related to Anxiety in his study. Medical emergency and Human factors and ergonomics are commonly linked in his work. His research on Human factors and ergonomics often connects related areas such as Medical emergency. K. Daniel O'Leary undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Domestic violence and Suicide prevention in his work.
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Marital discord and childhood behavior problems
Beatrice Porter;K. Daniel O'Leary.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (1980)
Prevalence and stability of physical aggression between spouses: A longitudinal analysis.
K. Daniel O'Leary;Julian Barling;Ileana Arias;Alan Rosenbaum.
MULTIVARIATE ASSESSMENT OF CONFLICT IN DISTRESSED AND NONDISTRESSED MOTHER‐ADOLESCENT DYADS
Ronald J. Prinz;Sharon L. Foster;Ronald N. Kent;K. Daniel O'Leary.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (1979)
Marital Violence: Characteristics of Abusive Couples.
Alan Rosenbaum;K. Daniel O'Leary.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1981)
Alcohol and intimate partner violence: a meta-analytic review.
Heather M. Foran;K. Daniel O'Leary.
Clinical Psychology Review (2008)
Depression in Marriage: A Model for Etiology and Treatment
Steven R. H. Beach;Evelyn Sandeen;K. Daniel O'Leary;David H. Barlow.
Psychological abuse: a variable deserving critical attention in domestic violence.
K. Daniel O'Leary.
Violence & Victims (1999)
Psychological aggression predicts physical aggression in early marriage.
Christopher M. Murphy;K. Daniel O'Leary.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1989)
Token reinforcement programs in the classroom: A review.
K. Daniel O'Leary;Ronald Drabman.
Psychological Bulletin (1971)
Depressive symptomatology, self-esteem, and self-blame in battered women
Michele Cascardi;K. Daniel O'Leary.
Journal of Family Violence (1992)
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