In most of her Programming language studies, her work intersects topics such as Assertion and Schizophrenia (object-oriented programming). In her research, she performs multidisciplinary study on Assertion and Programming language. Her Schizophrenia (object-oriented programming) study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Psychiatry. Her Psychiatry study frequently involves adjacent topics like Schizophrenia spectrum. Her research brings together the fields of Thought disorder and Cognition. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Neuroscience and Metacognition. Her research ties Metacognition and Neuroscience together. Kelly D. Buck brings together Clinical psychology and Mental health to produce work in her papers. In her work, she performs multidisciplinary research in Mental health and Clinical psychology.
Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Psychiatry and Psychosis in her work. Her study brings together the fields of Psychiatry and Schizophrenia (object-oriented programming). She integrates many fields, such as Cognition and Neurocognitive, in her works. While working in this field, Kelly D. Buck studies both Neurocognitive and Cognition. Kelly D. Buck combines Metacognition and Cognitive psychology in her research. She integrates many fields in her works, including Cognitive psychology and Metacognition. Kelly D. Buck merges Clinical psychology with Developmental psychology in her study. She undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Developmental psychology and Social cognition in her work. While working on this project, she studies both Psychotherapist and Clinical psychology.
Kelly D. Buck undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Psychotherapist and Clinical psychology through her research. In her research, she performs multidisciplinary study on Clinical psychology and Psychiatry. Her Psychiatry study frequently links to other fields, such as Schizophrenia (object-oriented programming). Kelly D. Buck integrates Cognitive psychology with Metacognition in her study. Her Metacognition study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Neuroscience. She merges Neuroscience with Cognitive psychology in her research. While working in this field, Kelly D. Buck studies both Cognition and Social skills. She combines Social skills and Cognition in her research. Social psychology and Psychology of self are two areas of study in which she engages in interdisciplinary research.
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Metacognition and schizophrenia: the capacity for self-reflectivity as a predictor for prospective assessments of work performance over six months.
Paul H. Lysaker;Giancarlo Dimaggio;Antonino Carcione;Michele Procacci.
Schizophrenia Research (2010)
Addressing metacognitive capacity for self reflection in the psychotherapy for schizophrenia: a conceptual model of the key tasks and processes.
Paul H. Lysaker;Kelly D. Buck;Kelly D. Buck;Antonino Carcione;Michelle Procacci.
Psychology and Psychotherapy-theory Research and Practice (2010)
Metacognition as a mediator of the effects of impairments in neurocognition on social function in schizophrenia spectrum disorders.
Paul H Lysaker;A M Shea;K D Buck;G Dimaggio.
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica (2010)
Metacognition within narratives of schizophrenia: associations with multiple domains of neurocognition.
Paul H. Lysaker;Giancarlo Dimaggio;Kelly D. Buck;Antonino Carcione.
Schizophrenia Research (2007)
Poor insight in schizophrenia: links between different forms of metacognition with awareness of symptoms, treatment need, and consequences of illness.
Paul H. Lysaker;Paul H. Lysaker;Giancarlo Dimaggio;Kelly D. Buck;Kelly D. Buck;Stephanie S. Callaway;Stephanie S. Callaway.
Comprehensive Psychiatry (2011)
Metacognition, social cognition, and symptoms in patients with first episode and prolonged psychoses.
J.L. Vohs;J.L. Vohs;P.H. Lysaker;M.M. Francis;M.M. Francis;J. Hamm.
Schizophrenia Research (2014)
Social cognition and metacognition in schizophrenia: evidence of their independence and linkage with outcomes.
P. H. Lysaker;P. H. Lysaker;A. Gumley;B. Luedtke;B. Luedtke;K. D. Buck.
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica (2013)
The recovery of metacognitive capacity in schizophrenia across 32 months of individual psychotherapy: A case study
Paul H. Lysaker;Kelly D. Buck;Jamie Ringer.
Psychotherapy Research (2007)
Metacognition and social cognition in schizophrenia: Stability and relationship to concurrent and prospective symptom assessments
Jay A. Hamm;Selwyn B. Renard;Rebecca L. Fogley;Bethany L. Leonhardt.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2012)
Metacognition in schizophrenia: The relationship of mastery to coping, insight, self-esteem, social anxiety, and various facets of neurocognition
Paul H. Lysaker;Paul H. Lysaker;Molly Erickson;Jamie Ringer;Kelly D. Buck.
British Journal of Clinical Psychology (2011)
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