His primary scientific interests are in Psychiatry, Developmental psychology, Metacognition, Schizophrenia and Clinical psychology. When carried out as part of a general Psychiatry research project, his work on Schizoaffective disorder, Psychosis, Mental illness and Stigma is frequently linked to work in Social stigma, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His studies examine the connections between Developmental psychology and genetics, as well as such issues in Cognition, with regards to Coping.
His Metacognition study combines topics in areas such as Schizophrenia, Neurocognitive, Theory of mind and Social cognition. Paul H. Lysaker is studying Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale, which is a component of Schizophrenia. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Personality Assessment Inventory, Psychiatric rehabilitation, Cognitive therapy, Severity of illness and Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Metacognition, Clinical psychology, Schizophrenia, Psychiatry and Psychosis. His Metacognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Developmental psychology, Neurocognitive, Schizophrenia and Social cognition. His Developmental psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Theory of mind and Feeling.
His study explores the link between Clinical psychology and topics such as Mental illness that cross with problems in Stigma and Self-concept. His work carried out in the field of Schizophrenia brings together such families of science as Wisconsin Card Sorting Test, Affect and Depression. Paul H. Lysaker interconnects Rehabilitation, Quality of life and Psychometrics in the investigation of issues within Psychiatry.
Paul H. Lysaker mostly deals with Metacognition, Clinical psychology, Schizophrenia, Cognition and Psychosis. His Metacognition research integrates issues from Psychological intervention, Cognitive psychology, Psychotherapist, Schizophrenia and Social cognition. His studies deal with areas such as Neurocognitive, Bipolar disorder, Social cognitive theory and Theory of mind as well as Social cognition.
His Clinical psychology research includes themes of Internalized stigma, Mental illness, Empathy, Schizoaffective disorder and Cognitive behavioral therapy. His work in Schizophrenia covers topics such as Depression which are related to areas like Verbal memory. His study on Psychosis is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Narrative.
Metacognition, Clinical psychology, Cognition, Schizophrenia and Social cognition are his primary areas of study. Paul H. Lysaker combines subjects such as Psychological intervention, Cognitive psychology, Psychosis, Psychotherapist and Mental illness with his study of Metacognition. His research integrates issues of Internalized stigma, Randomized controlled trial, Empathy, Self stigma and Schizoaffective disorder in his study of Clinical psychology.
His Cognition course of study focuses on Interpersonal communication and Dysfunctional family. The various areas that he examines in his Schizophrenia study include Delusion, Affect, Alcohol abuse, Meta-analysis and Content. He has researched Social cognition in several fields, including Asperger syndrome, Personality, Neurocognitive, Not Otherwise Specified and Social cognitive theory.
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Pathways between internalized stigma and outcomes related to recovery in schizophrenia spectrum disorders.
Philip T. Yanos;David Roe;Keith Markus;Paul H. Lysaker.
Psychiatric Services (2008)
Metacognition amidst narratives of self and illness in schizophrenia: associations with neurocognition, symptoms, insight and quality of life.
P H Lysaker;A Carcione;G Dimaggio;J K Johannesen.
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica (2005)
Five-component model of schizophrenia: Assessing the factorial invariance of the positive and negative syndrome scale
Morris D. Bell;Paul H. Lysaker;Joseph L. Beam-Goulet;Robert M. Milstein.
Psychiatry Research-neuroimaging (1994)
Toward Understanding the Insight Paradox: Internalized Stigma Moderates the Association Between Insight and Social Functioning, Hope, and Self-esteem Among People with Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders
Paul H. Lysaker;David Roe;Philip T. Yanos;Philip T. Yanos.
Schizophrenia Bulletin (2006)
Clinical significance of neurological soft signs in schizophrenia: Factor analysis of the Neurological Evaluation Scale
R. Andrew Sewell;Edward B. Perry;Laurence P. Karper;Morris D. Bell.
Schizophrenia Research (2010)
Insight and personal narratives of illness in schizophrenia.
Paul H. Lysaker;Catherine A. Clements;Cynthia D. Plascak-Hallberg;Stacy J. Knipscheer.
Psychiatry MMC (2002)
Affect recognition in schizophrenia: a function of global impairment or a specific cognitive deficit
Gary Bryson;Morris Bell;Paul Lysaker.
Psychiatry Research-neuroimaging (1997)
The Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale and the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale: Reliability, comparability, and predictive validity.
Morris Bell;Robert Milstein;Joseph Beam-Goulet;Paul Lysaker.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1992)
The Impact of Illness Identity on Recovery from Severe Mental Illness
Philip T. Yanos;David Roe;Paul H. Lysaker.
American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation (2010)
Clinical Benefits of Paid Work Activity in Schizophrenia
Morris D. Bell;Paul H. Lysaker;Robert M. Milstein.
Schizophrenia Bulletin (1996)
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