Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Anxiety, Eating disorders and Comorbidity are her primary areas of study. Her Clinical psychology research integrates issues from Construct validity and Incremental validity. In general Psychiatry, her work in Mental health, Substance abuse and Major depressive disorder is often linked to Genetic architecture and Genome-wide association study linking many areas of study.
Her Anxiety study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Intervention, Personality Assessment Inventory and Randomized controlled trial. Karen S. Mitchell has included themes like Depression and Adjunctive treatment in her Intervention study. Her Eating disorders study focuses mostly on Bulimia nervosa and Disordered eating.
Karen S. Mitchell mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Eating disorders, Disordered eating and Anxiety. Her work deals with themes such as Twin study, Randomized controlled trial and Comorbidity, which intersect with Clinical psychology. Her study looks at the intersection of Psychiatry and topics like Young adult with Severity of illness and Autism.
Eating disorders is closely attributed to Major depressive disorder in her research. Her research in Disordered eating intersects with topics in Food addiction and Alexithymia. Her Anxiety research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Psychological intervention, Self-concept, Anger and Personality Assessment Inventory.
Karen S. Mitchell spends much of her time researching Clinical psychology, Eating disorders, Posttraumatic stress, Association and Genome-wide association study. Her studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Anxiety and Comorbidity. In her research, Psychosocial and Traumatic stress is intimately related to Depression, which falls under the overarching field of Eating disorders.
Her Posttraumatic stress study combines topics in areas such as Treatment outcome and Vomiting. Her work carried out in the field of Association brings together such families of science as Mental health, Psychiatry and Disease. Her studies deal with areas such as Case-control study and Glycemic as well as Psychiatry.
Karen S. Mitchell focuses on Clinical psychology, Eating disorders, Alcohol use disorder, Binge eating and Bulimia nervosa. Her Eating disorders study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Psychiatry. Her Alcohol use disorder research spans across into areas like Posttraumatic stress, Negative cognitions, DSM-5, Epidemiologic survey and Mood.
Her Bulimia nervosa research incorporates elements of Major depressive disorder, Depression, Anorexia nervosa and Mediation. Her study looks at the relationship between Anorexia nervosa and topics such as Schizophrenia, which overlap with Tourette syndrome, Autism spectrum disorder and Bipolar disorder. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Body mass index, Glycemic, Anorexia nervosa and Case-control study.
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A critical evaluation of the complex PTSD literature: implications for DSM-5.
Patricia A. Resick;Patricia A. Resick;Michelle J. Bovin;Amber L. Calloway;Alexandra M. Dick.
Journal of Traumatic Stress (2012)
Genome-wide association study identifies eight risk loci and implicates metabo-psychiatric origins for anorexia nervosa
Hunna J. Watson;Hunna J. Watson;Hunna J. Watson;Zeynep Yilmaz;Laura M. Thornton;Christopher Hübel;Christopher Hübel.
Nature Genetics (2019)
Genomic Relationships, Novel Loci, and Pleiotropic Mechanisms across Eight Psychiatric Disorders
Phil H. Lee;Verneri Anttila;Hyejung Won;Yen-Chen A. Feng.
Comorbidity of partial and subthreshold ptsd among men and women with eating disorders in the national comorbidity survey-replication study †
Karen S. Mitchell;Suzanne E. Mazzeo;Michelle R. Schlesinger;Timothy D. Brewerton.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2012)
Innovative interventions for disordered eating: evaluating dissonance-based and yoga interventions.
Karen S. Mitchell;Suzanne E. Mazzeo;Sarah M. Rausch;Kathryn L. Cooke.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2007)
Differences in food intake and exercise by smoking status in adolescents.
Diane B. Wilson;Brian N. Smith;Ilene S. Speizer;Melanie K. Bean.
Preventive Medicine (2005)
A Pilot Study of a Randomized Controlled Trial of Yoga as an Intervention for PTSD Symptoms in Women
Karen S. Mitchell;Karen S. Mitchell;Alexandra M. Dick;Dawn M. DiMartino;Brian N. Smith;Brian N. Smith.
Journal of Traumatic Stress (2014)
The impact of dissociation on PTSD treatment with cognitive processing therapy
Patricia A. Resick;Patricia A. Resick;Michael K. Suvak;Michael K. Suvak;Benjamin D. Johnides;Karen S. Mitchell;Karen S. Mitchell.
Depression and Anxiety (2012)
Eating disorder symptomatology and substance use disorders: prevalence and shared risk in a population based twin sample.
Jessica H. Baker;Karen S. Mitchell;Karen S. Mitchell;Michael C. Neale;Michael C. Neale;Kenneth S. Kendler;Kenneth S. Kendler.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2010)
Associations among postpartum depression, eating disorders, and perfectionism in a population-based sample of adult women
Suzanne E. Mazzeo;Margarita C.T. Slof-Op't Landt;Ian Richard Jones;Karen Mitchell.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2006)
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