His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Breast cancer screening, Gerontology and Social support. His study in Developmental psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sadness, Anger, Expression and Affect. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychosocial and Association.
His research integrates issues of Gynecology, Worry, Public health and Mass screening in his study of Breast cancer screening. Nathan S. Consedine has researched Gerontology in several fields, including Leukemia and Marital status. His Breast cancer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Oncology and Clinical psychology.
Nathan S. Consedine mainly focuses on Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Trait and Disgust. He interconnects Psychological intervention, Context, Intervention and Personality in the investigation of issues within Clinical psychology. Nathan S. Consedine studied Intervention and Psychosocial that intersect with Gerontology and Disease.
Nathan S. Consedine works mostly in the field of Developmental psychology, limiting it down to topics relating to Social support and, in certain cases, Social relation, Breast cancer and Interpersonal communication. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive psychology and Well-being. His study looks at the relationship between Disgust and fields such as Embarrassment, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Clinical psychology, Psychological intervention, Developmental psychology, Disgust and Intervention are his primary areas of study. His Clinical psychology research includes themes of Neurocognitive and Happiness. He has researched Psychological intervention in several fields, including Cross-sectional study and Family medicine.
Nathan S. Consedine undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Developmental psychology and Illness anxiety disorder in his work. His Disgust research incorporates elements of Analysis of variance, Reactivity and Embarrassment. In Affect, Nathan S. Consedine works on issues like Social support, which are connected to Psychological resilience and Context.
His primary areas of investigation include Psychological intervention, Clinical psychology, Compassion, Intervention and Psychological resilience. Nathan S. Consedine works mostly in the field of Psychological intervention, limiting it down to topics relating to Distress and, in certain cases, Physical therapy, Public health, Quality of life, Randomized controlled trial and Relaxation, as a part of the same area of interest. His Clinical psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Colorectal cancer, Logistic regression and Cancer risk.
His work in Intervention tackles topics such as Mindfulness which are related to areas like Covert. His research in Psychological resilience tackles topics such as Interpersonal communication which are related to areas like Psychiatry. While working on this project, Nathan S. Consedine studies both Trait and Disgust.
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Fear, Anxiety, Worry, and Breast Cancer Screening Behavior: A Critical Review
Nathan S Consedine;Carol Magai;Yulia S Krivoshekova;Lynn Ryzewicz.
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention (2004)
Altruism Relates to Health in an Ethnically Diverse Sample of Older Adults
William Michael Brown;Nathan S. Consedine;Carol Magai.
Journals of Gerontology Series B-psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (2005)
Moderators of the Emotion Inhibition-Health Relationship: A Review and Research Agenda:
Nathan S. Consedine;Carol Magai;George A. Bonanno.
Review of General Psychology (2002)
Positive and negative social exchanges and mental health across the transition to college: Loneliness as a mediator
Katherine L. Fiori;Nathan S. Consedine.
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (2013)
Emotion experience and expression across the adult life span: Insights from a multimodal assessment study.
Carol Magai;Nathan S. Consedine;Yulia S. Krivoshekova;Elizabeth Kudadjie-Gyamfi.
Psychology and Aging (2006)
Parasite stress and pathogen avoidance relate to distinct dimensions of political ideology across 30 nations
Joshua M. Tybur;Yoel Inbar;Lene Aarøe;Pat Barclay.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2016)
The role of discrete emotions in health outcomes: A critical review
Nathan S. Consedine;Judith Tedlie Moskowitz.
Applied & Preventive Psychology (2007)
Kindness Matters: A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Mindful Self-Compassion Intervention Improves Depression, Distress, and HbA1c Among Patients With Diabetes.
Anna M Friis;Malcolm H Johnson;Richard G Cutfield;Nathan S Consedine.
Diabetes Care (2016)
Attachment and emotion experience in later life: the view from emotions theory.
Nathan S Consedine;Carol Magai.
Attachment & Human Development (2003)
Do slumped and upright postures affect stress responses? A randomized trial.
Shwetha Nair;Mark Sagar;John Sollers;Nathan Consedine.
Health Psychology (2015)
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