His primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Injury prevention, Psychiatry, Juvenile delinquency and Suicide prevention. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Health psychology, Multinomial logistic regression, Absenteeism and Psychopathy. His Injury prevention research includes themes of Sexual misconduct, Human factors and ergonomics, Misconduct, Academic achievement and Occupational safety and health.
His Psychiatry study which covers Personality disorders that intersects with Antisocial personality disorder, Family history and Bipolar disorder. His Juvenile delinquency study results in a more complete grasp of Developmental psychology. His research in Suicide prevention intersects with topics in Ethnic group and Prosocial behavior.
Michael G. Vaughn focuses on Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Injury prevention, Developmental psychology and Suicide prevention. As part of his studies on Psychiatry, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Public health. The study incorporates disciplines such as Antisocial personality disorder, Aggression, Personality and Anxiety in addition to Clinical psychology.
His Injury prevention study combines topics in areas such as Juvenile delinquency, Occupational safety and health, Immigration and Human factors and ergonomics. The various areas that Michael G. Vaughn examines in his Occupational safety and health study include Demography and Environmental health. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Adolescent health, Longitudinal study, Biosocial theory and Psychopathy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Demography, Mental health, Psychiatry, Suicide prevention and Developmental psychology. Michael G. Vaughn combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Officer, Latent class model, Substance abuse and Depression with his study of Mental health. Michael G. Vaughn has researched Psychiatry in several fields, including Homicidal ideation and Public health.
The Suicide prevention study combines topics in areas such as Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His research combines Occupational safety and health and Injury prevention. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Temperament, Association and Psychopathy.
Michael G. Vaughn spends much of his time researching Demography, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Occupational safety and health. His Demography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Educational attainment, Ethnic group, Immigration and Depression. His research integrates issues of Conduct disorder, Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, PsycINFO and Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in his study of Injury prevention.
His Suicide prevention research integrates issues from Psychiatry, Emergency department, Odds and Self-control. His Human factors and ergonomics research incorporates elements of Procedural justice, Psychopathic Personality Inventory, Nexus and Diet quality. In his study, Intrusiveness and Needs assessment is strongly linked to Mental health, which falls under the umbrella field of Occupational safety and health.
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Foundation for a temperament-based theory of antisocial behavior and criminal justice system involvement
Matt DeLisi;Michael G. Vaughn.
Journal of Criminal Justice (2014)
Violence and Externalizing Behavior Among Youth in the United States: Is There a Severe 5%?
Michael G. Vaughn;Christopher P. Salas-Wright;Matt DeLisi;Brandy R. Maynard.
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice (2014)
Assessing the effectiveness of mental health courts: A quantitative review
Christine M. Sarteschi;Michael G. Vaughn;Kevin Kim.
Journal of Criminal Justice (2011)
Prevalence and Correlates of Truancy in the US: Results from a National Sample
Michael G. Vaughn;Brandy R. Maynard;Christopher P. Salas-Wright;Brian E. Perron.
Journal of Adolescence (2013)
The Severe 5%: A Latent Class Analysis of the Externalizing Behavior Spectrum in the United States.
Michael G. Vaughn;Matt DeLisi;Tracy Gunter;Qiang Fu.
Journal of Criminal Justice (2011)
A Gene × Gene Interaction Between DRD2 and DRD4 is Associated with Conduct Disorder and Antisocial Behavior in Males
Kevin M Beaver;John Paul Wright;Matt DeLisi;Anthony Walsh.
Behavioral and Brain Functions (2007)
Substance use and abuse among older youth in foster care.
Michael G. Vaughn;Marcia T. Ollie;J. Curtis McMillen;Lionel Scott;Lionel Scott.
Addictive Behaviors (2007)
Monoamine oxidase A genotype is associated with gang membership and weapon use.
Kevin M. Beaver;Matt DeLisi;Michael G. Vaughn;J.C. Barnes.
Comprehensive Psychiatry (2010)
Evidence of Negligible Parenting Influences on Self‐Control, Delinquent Peers, and Delinquency in a Sample of Twins
John Wright;Kevin Beaver;Matt Delisi;Michael Vaughn.
Justice Quarterly (2008)
Genetic influences on the stability of low self-control: Results from a longitudinal sample of twins
Kevin M. Beaver;John Paul Wright;Matt DeLisi;Michael G. Vaughn.
Journal of Criminal Justice (2008)
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