Her primary areas of study are Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Psychiatry, Psychological intervention, Clinical psychology and Coping. Her Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome research integrates issues from Psychosocial, Gerontology and Public health. Kathleen J. Sikkema works mostly in the field of Psychiatry, limiting it down to concerns involving Sexual abuse and, occasionally, Sexual transmission and Serostatus.
In her research on the topic of Psychological intervention, Scale, Nursing, Public policy and Serosorting is strongly related with Behavior change. Her Clinical psychology research includes themes of Support group and Cognitive therapy. Her Coping research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Grief, Randomized controlled trial, Distress, Traumatic stress and Social support.
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Psychiatry, Psychological intervention, Clinical psychology and Coping are her primary areas of study. Her research integrates issues of Psychosocial, Gerontology and Public health in her study of Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Kathleen J. Sikkema has included themes like Distress and Sexual abuse in her Psychiatry study.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Intervention, Randomized controlled trial, Behavior change and Environmental health in addition to Psychological intervention. Her Clinical psychology research includes elements of Shame, Young adult, Developmental psychology, Anxiety and Cognitive therapy. In her study, Sexual violence is inextricably linked to Traumatic stress, which falls within the broad field of Coping.
Her main research concerns Psychological intervention, Public health, Health psychology, Mental health and Traumatic stress. Her Psychological intervention research incorporates themes from Psychosocial and Social support. Her Health psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and Clinical psychology.
Her Clinical psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Domestic violence and Psychiatry. Her research in Mental health intersects with topics in Nursing, Intervention, Distress and Increased risk. Her work carried out in the field of Traumatic stress brings together such families of science as Coping and Sexual violence.
Kathleen J. Sikkema mainly focuses on Mental health, Psychological intervention, Depression, Clinical psychology and Traumatic stress. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Mental health, Social stigma is strongly linked to Nursing. Her study in Depression is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
The various areas that she examines in her Clinical psychology study include Sexual violence, Health psychology, Public health and Sexual abuse. Her Sexual abuse research integrates issues from Arousal, Child abuse, Postpartum period, Domestic violence and Coping. Her research investigates the connection between Postpartum depression and topics such as Structural equation modeling that intersect with issues in Psychiatry.
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Internalized Stigma Among People Living with HIV-AIDS
Rachel S. Lee;Arlene Kochman;Kathleen J. Sikkema.
Aids and Behavior (2002)
Randomised, controlled, community-level HIV-prevention intervention for sexual-risk behaviour among homosexual men in US cities
Jeffrey A Kelly;Debra A Murphy;Kathleen J Sikkema;Timothy L McAuliffe.
The Lancet (1997)
The NIMH multisite HIV prevention trial: Reducing HIV sexual risk behavior
D. D. Celentano;C. Dilorio;T. Hartwell;J. Kelly.
Psychological interventions to prevent HIV infection are urgently needed. New priorities for behavioral research in the second decade of AIDS.
Jeffrey A. Kelly;Debra A. Murphy;Kathleen J. Sikkema;Seth C. Kalichman.
American Psychologist (1993)
Outcomes of a randomized community-level HIV prevention intervention for women living in 18 low-income housing developments.
Kathleen J. Sikkema;Jeffrey A. Kelly;Richard A. Winett;Laura J. Solomon.
American Journal of Public Health (2000)
HIV risk behavior among adults with severe mental illness: a systematic review.
Christina S. Meade;Kathleen J. Sikkema.
Clinical Psychology Review (2005)
Depression and Thoughts of Suicide Among Middle-Aged and Older Persons Living With HIV-AIDS
Seth C. Kalichman;Timothy Heckman;Arlene Kochman;Kathleen Sikkema.
Psychiatric Services (2000)
IMPLICATIONS OF HIV TREATMENT ADVANCES FOR BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH ON AIDS : PROTEASE INHIBITORS AND NEW CHALLENGES IN HIV SECONDARY PREVENTION
Jeffrey A. Kelly;Laura L. Otto-Salaj;Kathleen J. Sikkema;Steven D. Pinkerton.
Health Psychology (1998)
HIV risk behaviors among women living in low-income, inner-city housing developments.
K J Sikkema;T G Heckman;J A Kelly;E S Anderson.
American Journal of Public Health (1996)
Factors affecting disclosure in South African HIV-positive pregnant women.
Jennifer D Makin;Brian W.C. Forsyth;Maretha J Visser;Kathleen J. Sikkema.
Aids Patient Care and Stds (2008)
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