Her Quantum mechanics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Operationalization and Scale (ratio). As part of her studies on Operationalization, Miriam Liss often connects relevant subjects like Epistemology. In her papers, she integrates diverse fields, such as Epistemology and Objectification. She performs integrative study on Objectification and Human sexuality. Miriam Liss integrates Human sexuality with Sexualization in her study. Her Scale (ratio) study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Quantum mechanics. Her Developmental psychology study typically links adjacent topics like Nonverbal communication. She undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Psychiatry and Mental health in her work. She performs integrative study on Mental health and Psychiatry.
Her work blends Developmental psychology and Autism studies together. Her Shame research extends to Social psychology, which is thematically connected. She conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Clinical psychology and Social psychology through her research. As part of her studies on Gender studies, Miriam Liss often connects relevant areas like Feminism. Feminism connects with themes related to Gender studies in her study. She integrates Law with Politics in her research. Miriam Liss performs multidisciplinary study on Politics and Law in her works. Her Psychiatry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Anxiety. Anxiety and Psychiatry are frequently intertwined in her study.
Miriam Liss studied Objectification and Epistemology that intersect with Ideal (ethics). Ideal (ethics) is frequently linked to Epistemology in her study. Many of her studies on Statistics apply to Flexibility (engineering) and Moderation as well. Her research on Flexibility (engineering) frequently links to adjacent areas such as Statistics. Her Law study frequently involves adjacent topics like Social media and Mediation. Her Social media study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Law. Her study ties her expertise on Depressive symptoms together with the subject of Psychiatry. Miriam Liss integrates several fields in her works, including Clinical psychology and Mindfulness. In her works, she conducts interdisciplinary research on Mindfulness and Clinical psychology.
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Helping or Hovering? The Effects of Helicopter Parenting on College Students’ Well-Being
Holly H. Schiffrin;Miriam Liss;Haley Miles-McLean;Katherine A. Geary.
Journal of Child and Family Studies (2014)
Extraversion, neuroticism, attachment style and fear of missing out as predictors of social media use and addiction
David Blackwell;Carrie Leaman;Rose Tramposch;Ciera Osborne.
Personality and Individual Differences (2017)
Sensory and attention abnormalities in autistic spectrum disorders
Miriam Liss;Celine Saulnier;Deborah Fein;Marcel Kinsbourne.
Predictors and Correlates of Adaptive Functioning in Children with Developmental Disorders
Miriam Liss;Brian Harel;Deborah Fein;Doris Allen.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2001)
Executive Functioning in High‐functioning Children with Autism
Miriam Liss;Deborah Fein;Doris Allen;Michelle Dunn.
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (2001)
The relationships between sensory processing sensitivity, alexithymia, autism, depression, and anxiety
Miriam Liss;Jennifer Mailloux;Mindy J. Erchull.
Personality and Individual Differences (2008)
Insight into the Parenthood Paradox: Mental Health Outcomes of Intensive Mothering
Kathryn M. Rizzo;Holly H. Schiffrin;Miriam Liss.
Journal of Child and Family Studies (2013)
Sensory processing sensitivity and its relation to parental bonding, anxiety, and depression
Miriam Liss;Laura Timmel;Kelin Baxley;Patrick Killingsworth.
Personality and Individual Differences (2005)
Empowering or Oppressing? Development and Exploration of the Enjoyment of Sexualization Scale
Miriam Liss;Mindy J. Erchull;Laura R. Ramsey.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2011)
What Makes a Feminist? Predictors and Correlates of Feminist Social Identity in College Women
Miriam Liss;Christy O'Connor;Elena Morosky;Mary Crawford.
Psychology of Women Quarterly (2001)
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