Kathryn H. Gordon spends much of her time researching Clinical psychology, Suicide prevention, Eating disorders, Psychiatry and Comorbidity. Clinical psychology connects with themes related to Anorexia nervosa in her study. Her Suicide prevention research focuses on Injury prevention and how it relates to Human factors and ergonomics.
The various areas that she examines in her Eating disorders study include Young adult and Affect. Her work in the fields of Psychiatry, such as Psychopathology, Anxiety and Drive for thinness, intersects with other areas such as Self-destructive behavior. Her research in Comorbidity intersects with topics in Overweight, Gerontology and Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale.
Kathryn H. Gordon focuses on Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Eating disorders, Suicide prevention and Injury prevention. Her Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Young adult, Affect and Psychotherapist. Her biological study deals with issues like Medical history, which deal with fields such as Personality disorder not otherwise specified.
The concepts of her Eating disorders study are interwoven with issues in Developmental psychology and Overeating. When carried out as part of a general Suicide prevention research project, her work on Interpersonal theory of suicide, Suicidal ideation and Suicide attempt is frequently linked to work in Surgery and Interpersonal relationship, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Her Injury prevention study typically links adjacent topics like Human factors and ergonomics.
Clinical psychology, Eating disorders, Psychiatry, Disordered eating and Suicide prevention are her primary areas of study. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Young adult and Intervention. Assessment diagnosis and Dual diagnosis are subfields of Psychiatry in which her conducts study.
The Interpersonal theory of suicide and Suicidal ideation research Kathryn H. Gordon does as part of her general Suicide prevention study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Surgery, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. As part of her research on Interpersonal theory of suicide, studies on Human factors and ergonomics and Injury prevention are part of the effort. Kathryn H. Gordon has included themes like Excessive exercise and Psychometrics in her Binge eating study.
Kathryn H. Gordon mainly focuses on Cohort study, Suicide prevention, Clinical psychology, Eating disorders and Confidence interval. Her Cohort study study overlaps with Time frame, Maturity, Large sample, Multivariate analysis and Demography. Her studies in Suicide prevention integrate themes in fields like Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics.
Her Clinical psychology research includes themes of Intervention and Mental health. As part of her studies on Eating disorders, she often connects relevant areas like Developmental psychology. She integrates many fields, such as Confidence interval and engineering, in her works.
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Non-suicidal self-injury among adolescents: diagnostic correlates and relation to suicide attempts.
Matthew K. Nock;Thomas E. Joiner;Kathryn H. Gordon;Elizabeth Lloyd-Richardson.
Psychiatry Research-neuroimaging (2006)
Suicidal Desire and the Capability for Suicide: Tests of the Interpersonal-Psychological Theory of Suicidal Behavior among Adults.
Kimberly A. Van Orden;Tracy K. Witte;Kathryn H. Gordon;Theodore W. Bender.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2008)
Impulsivity and suicidality: The mediating role of painful and provocative experiences
Theodore W. Bender;Kathryn H. Gordon;Konrad Bresin;Thomas E. Joiner.
Journal of Affective Disorders (2011)
The validity and clinical utility of binge eating disorder
Stephen A. Wonderlich;Kathryn H. Gordon;James E. Mitchell;Ross D. Crosby.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2009)
Dimensions of emotion dysregulation in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa: A conceptual review of the empirical literature.
Jason M. Lavender;Stephen A. Wonderlich;Scott G. Engel;Kathryn H. Gordon.
Clinical Psychology Review (2015)
Fearlessness about death: the psychometric properties and construct validity of the revision to the acquired capability for suicide scale.
Jessica D. Ribeiro;Tracy K. Witte;Kimberly A. Van Orden;Edward A. Selby.
Psychological Assessment (2014)
Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) disorder: a preliminary study.
Edward A. Selby;Theodore W. Bender;Kathryn H. Gordon;Matthew K. Nock.
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment (2012)
Cultural body shape ideals and eating disorder symptoms among White, Latina, and Black college women.
Kathryn H. Gordon;Yessenia Castro;Lilya Sitnikov;Jill M. Holm-Denoma.
Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology (2010)
Suicidal Ideation in College Students Varies Across Semesters: The Mediating Role of Belongingness
Kimberly A. Van Orden;Tracy K. Witte;Lisa M. James;Yessenia Castro.
Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior (2008)
The role of affect in the maintenance of anorexia nervosa: evidence from a naturalistic assessment of momentary behaviors and emotion.
Scott G. Engel;Stephen A. Wonderlich;Ross D. Crosby;James E. Mitchell.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (2013)
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