Kerry S. O'Brien spends much of his time researching Clinical psychology, Body mass index, Obesity, Prejudice and Social psychology. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Self-concept, Overweight and Meta-analysis. His work carried out in the field of Body mass index brings together such families of science as Psychosocial and Developmental psychology.
While working in this field, he studies both Developmental psychology and Injury prevention. His Obesity study combines topics in areas such as Stigma, Multinational corporation, Attribution and Cognitive bias. His work deals with themes such as Systematic review and Athletes, which intersect with Social psychology.
Kerry S. O'Brien mostly deals with Social psychology, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention, Developmental psychology and Human factors and ergonomics. Combining a variety of fields, including Suicide prevention, Occupational safety and health, Alcohol industry, Environmental health and Family medicine, are what the author presents in his essays. His study in the field of Alcohol advertising is also linked to topics like Attendance.
His Developmental psychology research includes themes of Eating disorders and Obesity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Attribution, Gerontology, Ideology, Clinical psychology and Stigma in addition to Obesity. His Prejudice research incorporates elements of Body mass index, Overweight, Context and Human physical appearance.
Kerry S. O'Brien mainly investigates Addiction, Advertising, Clinical psychology, Stigma and Social psychology. His Addiction research integrates issues from Psychotherapist, Context, Treatment options and Drug Use Disorders. Kerry S. O'Brien focuses mostly in the field of Advertising, narrowing it down to matters related to Empirical research and, in some cases, Behavioural sciences, Association, Quality and Government.
His studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Longitudinal study and Psychological distress. His Stigma study incorporates themes from Cross-sectional study, Statistics & numerical data, Overweight, Anxiety and Mental health. Kerry S. O'Brien studies Affective response which is a part of Social psychology.
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Implicit anti-fat bias in physical educators: physical attributes, ideology and socialization.
Kerry O'Brien;John Hunter;M Banks.
International Journal of Obesity (2007)
Anti-Fat Prejudice Reduction: A Review of Published Studies
Sigrén Daníelsdóttir;Kerry S. O'Brien;Anna Ciao.
Obesity Facts (2010)
Weighing obesity stigma: the relative strength of different forms of bias
Janet Latner;Kerry O'Brien;L.E. Durso;L.A. Brinkman.
International Journal of Obesity (2008)
Reducing Anti-Fat Prejudice in Preservice Health Students: A Randomized Trial
Kerry S. O'Brien;Rebecca M. Puhl;Janet D. Latner;Azeem S. Mir.
Upward and downward physical appearance comparisons: development of scales and examination of predictive qualities.
Kerry S O'Brien;Peter Caputi;Rona Minto;Gregory E Peoples.
Body Image (2009)
Obesity discrimination: the role of physical appearance, personal ideology, and anti-fat prejudice
Kerry Steven O'Brien;Kerry Steven O'Brien;Janet Latner;Daria Ebneter;Jackie Hunter.
International Journal of Obesity (2013)
A multinational examination of weight bias: Predictors of anti-fat attitudes across four countries
Rebecca M Puhl;Janet Latner;Kerry Steven O'Brien;Jeorg Luedicke.
International Journal of Obesity (2015)
The relationship between weight stigma and eating behavior is explained by weight bias internalization and psychological distress.
Kerry Steven O'Brien;Janet Latner;Rebecca M Puhl;Lenny R Vartanian.
The association between sports participation, alcohol use and aggression and violence: A systematic review
Anders Larrabee Sonderlund;Kerry Steven O'Brien;Peter J Kremer;Bosco C Rowland.
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport (2014)
Situational awareness ability and cognitive skills training in a complex real-world task
K. S. O'Brien;David P. O'Hare.
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