His research on Internal medicine frequently links to adjacent areas such as Regimen. His work on Clinical psychology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Coping (psychology). His work in Coping (psychology) is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Clinical psychology. Many of his studies on Social psychology apply to Feeling as well. In his work, Kevin D. McCaul performs multidisciplinary research in Feeling and Perception. Kevin D. McCaul undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Perception and Neuroscience in his work. Neuroscience and Risk perception are frequently intertwined in his study. Kevin D. McCaul integrates several fields in his works, including Risk perception and Social psychology. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Psychiatry and Oncology.
Kevin D. McCaul conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Social psychology and Cognitive psychology through his works. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Cognitive psychology and Social psychology in his work. His Clinical psychology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Coping (psychology). His study ties his expertise on Breast cancer together with the subject of Internal medicine. He merges Breast cancer with Cancer in his study. His study on Cancer is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Internal medicine. Much of his study explores Psychiatry relationship to Anxiety. He integrates many fields in his works, including Anxiety and Worry. His Psychiatry research extends to the thematically linked field of Worry.
His Internal medicine study in the realm of Disease interacts with subjects such as Gerontology. Internal medicine is closely attributed to Disease in his work. His research on Social psychology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Harm. He combines topics linked to Social psychology with his work on Harm. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Clinical psychology and Psychiatry in his work. Kevin D. McCaul performs integrative study on Psychiatry and Clinical psychology. He connects Perception with Feeling in his research. He performs integrative Feeling and Perception research in his work. Neuroscience is closely attributed to Risk perception in his work.
This overview was generated by a machine learning system which analysed the scientist’s body of work. If you have any feedback, you can contact us here.
Meta-analysis of the relationship between risk perception and health behavior: the example of vaccination.
Noel T. Brewer;Gretchen B. Chapman;Frederick X. Gibbons;Meg Gerrard.
Health Psychology (2007)
Distraction and coping with pain.
Kevin D. McCaul;James M. Malott.
Psychological Bulletin (1984)
Risk perceptions: assessment and relationship to influenza vaccination.
Neil D. Weinstein;Abbie Kwitel;Kevin D. McCaul;Renee E. Magnan.
Health Psychology (2007)
Supportive and Nonsupportive Family Behaviors: Relationships to Adherence and Metabolic Control in Persons with Type I Diabetes
Lorraine C Schafer;Kevin D McCaul;Russell E Glasgow.
Diabetes Care (1986)
WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BREAST CANCER RISK AND MAMMOGRAPHY SCREENING? A META-ANALYTIC REVIEW
Kevin D. McCaul;Ann Dyche Branstetter;Dawn M. Schroeder;Russell E. Glasgow.
Health Psychology (1996)
Diabetes regimen behaviors. Predicting adherence.
Kevin D. McCaul;Russell E. Glasgow;Lorraine C. Schafer.
Medical Care (1987)
Self-care behaviors and glycemic control in type I diabetes.
Russell E. Glasgow;Kevin D. McCaul;Lorraine C. Schafer.
Journal of Chronic Diseases (1987)
Adherence to IDDM Regimens: Relationship to Psychosocial Variables and Metabolic Control
Lorraine C Schafer;Russell E Glasgow;Kevin D McCaul;Mark Dreher.
Diabetes Care (1983)
Does worry about breast cancer predict screening behaviors? A meta-analysis of the prospective evidence.
Jennifer L. Hay;Kevin D. McCaul;Renee E. Magnan.
Preventive Medicine (2006)
Participation in Worksite Health Promotion: A Critique of the Literature and Recommendations for Future Practice
R E Glasgow;K D McCaul;K J Fisher.
Health Education Quarterly (1993)
If you think any of the details on this page are incorrect, let us know.
We appreciate your kind effort to assist us to improve this page, it would be helpful providing us with as much detail as possible in the text box below: