2000 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Depression, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Anxiety and Cognition are his primary areas of study. When carried out as part of a general Depression research project, his work on Research Diagnostic Criteria is frequently linked to work in Cross-sectional study, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His studies deal with areas such as Postpartum period and Childbirth as well as Psychiatry.
His Clinical psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Postpartum depression, Anxiety disorder and Psychotherapist. His Postpartum depression research integrates issues from Interpersonal communication, Psychosocial, Breastfeeding, Interpersonal psychotherapy and Interpersonal relationship. As part of one scientific family, Michael W. O'Hara deals mainly with the area of Anxiety, narrowing it down to issues related to the Mood, and often Panic, Generalized anxiety, Appetite and Dysphoria.
Michael W. O'Hara mainly investigates Depression, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Postpartum depression and Anxiety. His Depression study also includes fields such as
As a member of one scientific family, Michael W. O'Hara mostly works in the field of Clinical psychology, focusing on Mental health and, on occasion, Public health. His Postpartum depression research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Psychosocial, Randomized controlled trial, Mass screening, Depressive symptoms and Breastfeeding. Michael W. O'Hara works in the field of Anxiety, focusing on Panic in particular.
Michael W. O'Hara focuses on Clinical psychology, Depression, Anxiety, Postpartum depression and Mental health. His Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Experiential avoidance and Child development. His Depression research is classified as research in Psychiatry.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Perinatal Depression, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Randomized controlled trial and Physical therapy in addition to Postpartum depression. His Postpartum period research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Obsessive compulsive symptoms and Depressive symptoms. His Social support research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Offspring, Moderated mediation, Developmental psychology, Stressor and Anthropometry.
His main research concerns Clinical psychology, Depression, Anxiety, Social support and Psychological well-being. His Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Cognitive skill, Cognition, Flood myth and Toddler. He studies Depression, namely Bipolar disorder.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Postpartum depression, Randomized controlled trial, Psychoeducation, Placebo and Physical therapy. Michael W. O'Hara combines subjects such as Developmental psychology, Moderated mediation, Anthropometry and Stressor with his study of Social support. Michael W. O'Hara has included themes like Relationship satisfaction and Negative mood, Mood in his Psychological well-being study.
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Development and validation of new anxiety and bipolar symptom scales for an expanded version of the IDAS (the IDAS-II).
David Watson;Michael W. O’Hara;Kristin Naragon-Gainey;Erin Koffel.
Adaptation of the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM–IV Disorders for assessing depression in women during pregnancy and post-partum across countries and cultures
Laura L. Gorman;Michael W. O'Hara;Barbara Figueiredo;Sandra Hayes.
The British journal of psychiatry. Supplement (2004)
Further validation of the IDAS: evidence of convergent, discriminant, criterion, and incremental validity.
David Watson;Michael W O'Hara;Michael Chmielewski;Elizabeth A McDade-Montez.
Psychological Assessment (2008)
Self-discrepancies in clinically anxious and depressed university students.
Lane Scott;Michael W. O'Hara.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1993)
Depression and postoperative complications: an overview
Mohamed M. Ghoneim;Michael W. O’Hara.
BMC Surgery (2016)
Depression among the rural elderly. A study of prevalence and correlates.
Michael W. O'Hara;Frank J. Kohout;Robert B. Wallace.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1985)
Clinical phenotypes of perinatal depression and time of symptom onset: analysis of data from an international consortium
Karen T Putnam;Marsha Wilcox;Emma Robertson-Blackmore;Katherine Sharkey.
The Lancet Psychiatry (2017)
Item characteristics of the hamilton rating scale for depression
Lynn P. Rehm;Michael W. O'Hara.
Journal of Psychiatric Research (1985)
Parsing the general and specific components of depression and anxiety with bifactor modeling.
Leonard J. Simms;Daniel F. Grös;David Watson;Michael W. O'Hara.
Depression and Anxiety (2008)
A prospective study of sleep, mood, and cognitive function in postpartum and nonpostpartum women
Annette M. Swain;Michael W. O’Hara;Kathleen R. Starr;Laura L. Gorman.
Obstetrics & Gynecology (1997)
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