Her primary areas of study are Distress, Clinical psychology, Breast cancer, Quality of life and Psychiatry. Her study in Distress is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Coping, Social relation, Developmental psychology and Anxiety. Her studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Meta-analysis, Social support, Health psychology and Depressive symptoms.
Her study in the field of Strictly standardized mean difference also crosses realms of Narrative. Her Breast cancer study combines topics in areas such as Dyadic coping, Longitudinal study, Population based study and Social comparison theory. Her Quality of life research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mental health and Disease.
Her primary scientific interests are in Clinical psychology, Distress, Breast cancer, Psychiatry and Psychological intervention. Her research in Clinical psychology intersects with topics in Mental health, Cancer, Social support and Longitudinal study. Her Distress study incorporates themes from Coping, Marital status, Self-efficacy and Anxiety.
Mariët Hagedoorn studied Coping and Developmental psychology that intersect with Social psychology. Depressive symptoms is closely connected to Prospective cohort study in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Breast cancer. Her study explores the link between Psychiatry and topics such as Quality of life that cross with problems in Gerontology.
Mariët Hagedoorn spends much of her time researching Psychological intervention, Clinical psychology, Randomized controlled trial, Intervention and Quality of life. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cross-sectional study and Medical emergency in addition to Psychological intervention. In general Clinical psychology study, her work on Anger often relates to the realm of Survey research, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Her work carried out in the field of Intervention brings together such families of science as Mental health, Feeling, Justice and Substance abuse. Her Quality of life research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Coping, Weight loss, Surgery and Well-being. Her PsycINFO research includes elements of Young adult, Relationship satisfaction, Self-disclosure and Social support.
Clinical psychology, Disease, PsycINFO, Intervention and Dementia are her primary areas of study. Mariët Hagedoorn conducted interdisciplinary study in her works that combined Clinical psychology and Complex problems. Her Disease research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Epidermolysis bullosa, Wound care and Adult patients.
Her studies deal with areas such as Mental health and Social medicine, Public health as well as PsycINFO. In her work, Cancer, Cancer-related fatigue, Quality of life, Randomized controlled trial and Physical therapy is strongly intertwined with Palliative care, which is a subfield of Intervention. Her study looks at the relationship between Dementia and topics such as Occupational prestige, which overlap with Psychological intervention.
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Distress in couples coping with cancer: A meta-analysis and critical review of role and gender effects
Mariet Hagedoorn;Robbert Sanderman;Hilde N. Bolks;Jolanda Tuinstra.
Psychological Bulletin (2008)
Do high job demands increase intrinsic motivation or fatigue or both? The role of job control and job social support
N.W. Van Yperen;M. Hagedoorn.
Academy of Management Journal (2003)
Couples dealing with cancer : Role and gender differences regarding psychological distress and quality of life
Mariët Hagedoorn;Bram P. Buunk;Roeline G. Kuijer;Theo Wobbes.
Marital satisfaction in patients with cancer: does support from intimate partners benefit those who need it the most?
Mariët Hagedoorn;Roeline G. Kuijer;Bram P. Buunk;G. Majella DeJong.
Health Psychology (2000)
Employees' reactions to problematic events: A circumplex structure of five categories of responses, and the role of job satisfaction
Mariët Hagedoorn;Nico W. Van Yperen;Evert Van De Vliert;Bram P. Buunk.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (1999)
Dyadic coping within couples dealing with breast cancer: A longitudinal, population-based study.
Nina Rottmann;Dorte Gilså Hansen;Pia Veldt Larsen;Anne Nicolaisen.
Health Psychology (2015)
Informal Caregiving for Cancer Patients
Francesca Romito;Gil Goldzweig;Claudia Cormio;Mariët Hagedoorn.
Injustice and employees' destructive responses: The mediating role of of state negative affect
van Nico Yperen;Mariet Hagedoorn;Michiel Zweers;Saapke Postma.
Social Justice Research (2000)
Caregiver burnout among intimate partners of patients with a severe illness: An equity perspective
Jan F. Ybema;Roeline G. Kuijer;Mariët Hagedoorn;Bram P. Buunk.
Personal Relationships (2002)
Failing in spousal caregiving: The 'identity-relevant stress' hypothesis to explain sex differences in caregiver distress.
Mariët Hagedoorn;Robbert Sanderman;Bram P. Buunk;Theo Wobbes.
British Journal of Health Psychology (2002)
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