The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychological intervention, Qualitative research, Mental health, Well-being and Gerontology. His Psychological intervention study combines topics in areas such as Systematic review, The arts, Public relations and Anxiety. His research investigates the link between Qualitative research and topics such as Psychological research that cross with problems in Cultural psychology, Psychoanalysis and Grounded theory.
His research in Mental health tackles topics such as Cognition which are related to areas like Cognitive psychology, Exploratory research, Affect and Family caregivers. His Clinical psychology research extends to Well-being, which is thematically connected. His Clinical psychology study deals with Quality of life intersecting with Thematic analysis.
His primary areas of investigation include Psychological intervention, The arts, Clinical psychology, Mental health and Gerontology. The concepts of his Psychological intervention study are interwoven with issues in Well-being, Quality of life, Intervention, Applied psychology and Thematic analysis. His research on The arts also deals with topics like
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developmental psychology and Social psychology. His research investigates the connection between Developmental psychology and topics such as Grounded theory that intersect with issues in Cognition. Lesbian is closely connected to Psychosocial in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Gerontology.
His main research concerns Psychological intervention, Quality of life, Gerontology, Applied psychology and Clinical psychology. Paul M. Camic interconnects Optimism, Mental health, Thematic analysis and Health professionals in the investigation of issues within Psychological intervention. His Optimism research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Intervention, Qualitative research and Moderation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Research design, Grounded theory, Cognition and Agency in addition to Quality of life. While the research belongs to areas of Applied psychology, Paul M. Camic spends his time largely on the problem of Operational definition, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Protocol. His Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Cochrane Library, Cognitive skill, CINAHL, PsycINFO and Happiness.
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Qualitative research in psychology : expanding perspectives in methodology and design
Paul M. Camic;Jean E. Rhodes;Lucy Yardley.
Gardening as a mental health intervention: a review
Jane Clatworthy;Joe Hinds;Paul M. Camic.
Mental Health Review Journal (2013)
Viewing and making art together: a multi-session art-gallery-based intervention for people with dementia and their carers
Paul M. Camic;Victoria Tischler;Chantal Helen Pearman.
Aging & Mental Health (2014)
Naming the stars: integrating qualitative methods into psychological research
Paul M. Camic;Jean E. Rhodes;Lucy Yardley.
Museums and art galleries as partners for public health interventions
Paul M Camic;Helen J Chatterjee.
Perspectives in Public Health (2013)
Supportive adult relationships and the academic engagement of Latin American immigrant youth.
Gillian Green;Jean Rhodes;Abigail Heitler Hirsch;Carola Suárez-Orozco.
Journal of School Psychology (2008)
Does a 'Singing Together Group' improve the quality of life of people with a dementia and their carers? A pilot evaluation study.
Paul M Camic;Caroline Myferi Williams;Frances Meeten.
Playing in the mud: health psychology, the arts and creative approaches to health care.
Paul M. Camic.
Journal of Health Psychology (2008)
Non-clinical community interventions: a systematised review of social prescribing schemes
Helen J. Chatterjee;Paul M. Camic;Bridget Lockyer;Linda J. M. Thomson.
Arts & Health (2018)
The impact of community-based arts and health interventions on cognition in people with dementia: a systematic literature review
Rhea Young;Paul M. Camic;Victoria Tischler.
Aging & Mental Health (2016)
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