Mark A. Blais mostly deals with Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Psychometrics, Anorexia nervosa and Eating disorders. Mark A. Blais combines Psychiatry and Type 2 diabetes in his research. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Personality test, Personality Assessment Inventory, Anxiety, Developmental psychology and Interpersonal psychotherapy.
The various areas that Mark A. Blais examines in his Psychometrics study include Self-concept, Scale, Test validity, Convergent validity and Discriminant validity. While the research belongs to areas of Anorexia nervosa, Mark A. Blais spends his time largely on the problem of Bulimia nervosa, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Obstetrics, Cohort and Longitudinal study. His Eating disorders research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mortality rate, Cohort study and Cause of death.
Mark A. Blais mainly investigates Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Psychometrics, Personality Assessment Inventory and Personality. His Psychiatry research includes themes of Construct validity, Personality disorders and Sample. The concepts of his Clinical psychology study are interwoven with issues in Developmental psychology and Psychotherapist, Substance abuse.
His studies in Psychometrics integrate themes in fields like Scale, Test validity, Personality test, Convergent validity and Discriminant validity. His research in Personality intersects with topics in Social cognition and Object relations theory. His work focuses on many connections between Depression and other disciplines, such as Cohort study, that overlap with his field of interest in Cohort.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Personality Assessment Inventory, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Personality and Construct validity. His Personality Assessment Inventory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Neurocognitive, Logistic regression and Psychometrics. His study in the field of Depression also crosses realms of Inpatient setting.
In his work, Reliability, Psychological intervention, Group psychotherapy and Inter-rater reliability is strongly intertwined with Scale, which is a subfield of Clinical psychology. His work on Personality disorders, Big Five personality traits, Personality pathology and Sadistic personality disorder as part of general Personality research is frequently linked to Construct, bridging the gap between disciplines. He works mostly in the field of Personality disorders, limiting it down to concerns involving Neuroticism and, occasionally, Developmental psychology.
Mark A. Blais focuses on Clinical psychology, Personality, Psychiatry, Object relations theory and Social cognition. His Clinical psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Exploratory factor analysis, Internal validity, Personality pathology and Sadistic personality disorder. His Personality Assessment Inventory study in the realm of Personality connects with subjects such as Wright, Theology, Watson and Cicero.
His work deals with themes such as Competence, Psychometrics, Neuropsychology and Cognitive flexibility, which intersect with Personality Assessment Inventory. His Psychiatry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sample and Clinical trial. In Object relations theory, Mark A. Blais works on issues like Social psychology, which are connected to Psychological testing, Content and Replication.
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Depression, self-care, and medication adherence in type 2 diabetes: relationships across the full range of symptom severity.
Jeffrey S. Gonzalez;Steven A. Safren;Enrico Cagliero;Deborah J. Wexler.
Diabetes Care (2007)
Psychometric Properties of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale: Overall and Across Demographic Groups Living Within the United States:
Samuel J. Sinclair;Mark A. Blais;David A. Gansler;Elisabeth Sandberg.
Evaluation & the Health Professions (2010)
Mortality in eating disorders: A descriptive study.
David B. Herzog;Dara N. Greenwood;David J. Dorer;Andrea T. Flores.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2000)
Correlates of health-related quality of life in type 2 diabetes
D. J. Wexler;R. W. Grant;E. Wittenberg;J. L. Bosch;J. L. Bosch.
Psychometric evaluation and normative data for the depression, anxiety, and stress scales-21 (DASS-21) in a nonclinical sample of U.S. adults
Samuel Justin Sinclair;Caleb J. Siefert;Jenelle M. Slavin-Mulford;Michelle B. Stein.
Evaluation & the Health Professions (2012)
Pregnancy complications and neonatal outcomes in women with eating disorders.
Debra L. Franko;Mark A. Blais;Anne E. Becker;Sherrie Selwyn Delinsky.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2001)
Development and initial validation of a brief mental health outcome measure
Mark A. Blais;William R. Lenderking;Lee Baer;Ashley deLorell.
Journal of Personality Assessment (1999)
Measuring Psychodynamic-Interpersonal and Cognitive-Behavioral Techniques: Development of the Comparative Psychotherapy Process Scale.
Mark J. Hilsenroth;Matthew D. Blagys;Steven J. Ackerman;Dennis R. Bonge.
The time has come for dimensional personality disorder diagnosis
Christopher J. Hopwood;Roman Kotov;Robert F. Krueger;David Watson.
Personality and Mental Health (2018)
Pregnancy: outcome and impact on symptomatology in a cohort of eating-disordered women.
Mark A. Blais;Anne E. Becker;Rebecca A. Burwell;Andrea T. Flores.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2000)
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