His primary scientific interests are in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Psychiatry, Substance abuse, Risk factor and Health psychology. Lance S. Weinhardt merges Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome with Public health in his study. His Public health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Demography and Gerontology.
His study in the fields of Mentally ill and Psychological intervention under the domain of Psychiatry overlaps with other disciplines such as Risk assessment and Condom. His research integrates issues of Immunology, Immunopathology and Intensive care medicine in his study of Risk factor. His Health psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Human Males, Sensation seeking, Personality and Clinical psychology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Psychiatry, Public health, Clinical psychology and Health psychology. His Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome studies intersect with other disciplines such as Gerontology, Substance abuse, Risk factor, Human sexuality and Health education. His Substance abuse research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Immunology and Depression.
In general Psychiatry, his work in Mental health, Psychological intervention, Mental illness and Intervention is often linked to Condom linking many areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Transmission and Family medicine as well as Public health. His research integrates issues of Young adult, Social support and Reproductive health in his study of Clinical psychology.
Lance S. Weinhardt mostly deals with Partner notification, Thematic analysis, Social support, Clinical psychology and Type 2 diabetes. Interpersonal communication, Interpersonal relationship, Structural equation modeling, Cognition and Reproductive health are fields of study that overlap with his Partner notification research. His Social support research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mental health, Psychological well-being and Depression.
Overweight is connected with Demography, Social determinants of health, Psychological intervention and Health equity in his research. His studies in Psychological intervention integrate themes in fields like Survivorship curve, Social cognitive theory and Gerontology. His research in Health care focuses on subjects like Transgender, which are connected to Anxiety.
His primary areas of study are Domestic violence, Anxiety, Oppression, Context and Resistance. A majority of his Domestic violence research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Condom, Referral, Medicaid, Psychiatry and Risk perception. His study in Anxiety is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mental health, Social support, Transgender and Clinical psychology.
In his works, Lance S. Weinhardt conducts interdisciplinary research on Oppression and Gender studies.
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Effects of HIV counseling and testing on sexual risk behavior: a meta-analytic review of published research, 1985-1997
Lance S. Weinhardt;Michael P. Carey;Blair T. Johnson;Nicole L. Bickham.
American Journal of Public Health (1999)
Reliability and Validity of Self-Report Measures of HIV-Related Sexual Behavior: Progress Since 1990 and Recommendations for Research and Practice
Lance S. Weinhardt;Andrew D. Forsyth;Michael P. Carey;Beth C. Jaworski.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (1998)
Does Alcohol Lead to Sexual Risk Behavior? Findings from Event-Level Research
Lance S. Weinhardt;Michael P. Carey.
Annual Review of Sex Research (2000)
Adherence to medication treatment: a qualitative study of facilitators and barriers among a diverse sample of HIV+ men and women in four US cities
Robert H Remien;A Elizabeth Hirky;Mallory O Johnson;Lance S Weinhardt.
Aids and Behavior (2003)
Reliability of the timeline follow-back sexual behavior interview.
Lance S. Weinhardt;Michael P. Carey;Stephen A. Maisto;Kate B. Carey.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine (1998)
Assessing sexual risk behaviour with the Timeline Followback (TLFB) approach: continued development and psychometric evaluation with psychiatric outpatients.
M. P. Carey;K. B. Carey;S. A. Maisto;C. M. Gordon.
International Journal of Std & Aids (2001)
Health-related Internet use, coping, social support, and health indicators in people living with HIV/AIDS: preliminary results from a community survey.
Seth C. Kalichman;Eric G. Benotsch;Lance Weinhardt;James Austin.
Health Psychology (2003)
HIV transmission risk behavior among men and women living with HIV in 4 cities in the United States.
Lance S. Weinhardt;Jeffrey A. Kelly;Michael J. Brondino;Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus.
Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (2004)
Effects of a behavioral intervention to reduce risk of transmission among people living with HIV: The Healthy Living Project randomized controlled study
Stephen F. Morin;Margaret A. Chesney;Anke A. Ehrhardt;Jeffrey A. Kelly.
Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (2007)
PREVALENCE OF INFECTION WITH HIV AMONG THE SERIOUSLY MENTALLY ILL: REVIEW OF RESEARCH AND IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE
Michael P. Carey;Lance S. Weinhardt;Kate B. Carey.
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (1995)
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