2015 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Social Sciences
Laurence J. Kirmayer mostly deals with Psychiatry, Mental health, Clinical psychology, Distress and Somatization. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Social environment and Psychiatry. Her Mental health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychological intervention, Nursing, Public health and Health care.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Somatization disorder and MEDLINE in addition to Clinical psychology. Laurence J. Kirmayer combines subjects such as Attribution, Cognition, Cross-cultural studies and Anxiety with her study of Distress. Her studies in Somatization integrate themes in fields like Negative affectivity, Big Five personality traits, Help-seeking and Alexithymia.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Psychiatry, Mental health, Clinical psychology, Distress and Social psychology. Anxiety, Depression, Worry, Psychosocial and Chronic fatigue syndrome are the primary areas of interest in her Psychiatry study. Her research investigates the connection between Mental health and topics such as Health care that intersect with problems in Public relations.
Her study ties her expertise on Cognition together with the subject of Clinical psychology. Her research on Distress often connects related areas such as Somatization. Her research investigates the link between Social psychology and topics such as Narrative that cross with problems in Identity.
Her primary areas of study are Mental health, Psychiatry, Psychological intervention, Clinical psychology and Cultural competence. Her Mental health research includes themes of Indigenous, Social determinants of health, Health care and Public relations. Her Psychiatry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Structural violence, Social environment, Narrative and Position paper.
Her Psychological intervention study incorporates themes from Psychosocial, Perinatal Depression, Stigma and Immigration. Her studies in Distress and DSM-5 are all subfields of Clinical psychology research. In her work, Psychosis is strongly intertwined with Ethnic group, which is a subfield of Cultural competence.
Laurence J. Kirmayer focuses on Mental health, Psychiatry, Psychological intervention, Nursing and Indigenous. Her Mental health research integrates issues from Context and Psychopathology. Her work carried out in the field of Psychiatry brings together such families of science as Social environment, Narrative and Position paper.
Her research on Psychological intervention frequently links to adjacent areas such as Clinical psychology. The various areas that Laurence J. Kirmayer examines in her Nursing study include Health care and Competence. The concepts of her Middle Eastern Mental Health Issues & Syndromes study are interwoven with issues in Help-seeking, Distress, Immigration and Mental health literacy.
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Common mental health problems in immigrants and refugees: general approach in primary care
Laurence J. Kirmayer;Lavanya Narasiah;Marie Munoz;Meb Rashid.
Canadian Medical Association Journal (2011)
Culture and somatization: clinical, epidemiological, and ethnographic perspectives.
Laurence J. Kirmayer;Allan Young.
Psychosomatic Medicine (1998)
Cultural variations in the clinical presentation of depression and anxiety: implications for diagnosis and treatment.
Laurence J. Kirmayer.
The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (2001)
Somatization and the recognition of depression and anxiety in primary care
Laurence J. Kirmayer;James M. Robbins;Michael Dworkind;Mark J. Yaffe.
American Journal of Psychiatry (1993)
The mental health of Aboriginal peoples: transformations of identity and community.
Laurence J Kirmayer;Gregory M Brass;Caroline L Tait.
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry (2000)
Healing traditions: culture, community and mental health promotion with Canadian Aboriginal peoples
Laurence Kirmayer;Cori Simpson;Margaret Cargo.
Australasian Psychiatry (2003)
Somatoform Disorders: Time for a New Approach in DSM-V
Richard Mayou;Laurence J. Kirmayer;Greg Simon;Kurt Kroenke.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2005)
Three forms of somatization in primary care: prevalence, co-occurrence, and sociodemographic characteristics.
Laurence J. Kirmayer;James M. Robbins.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1991)
Rethinking Resilience from Indigenous Perspectives
Laurence J Kirmayer;Stéphane Dandeneau;Elizabeth Marshall;Morgan Kahentonni Phillips.
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry (2011)
Cultural variations in the response to psychiatric disorders and emotional distress.
Laurence J. Kirmayer;Laurence J. Kirmayer.
Social Science & Medicine (1989)
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