Paula H. Palmer focuses on Gerontology, Demography, Tobacco use, Developmental psychology and Multiculturalism. Her research integrates issues of Psychological intervention, Logistic regression and Risk factor in her study of Gerontology. Her studies in Psychological intervention integrate themes in fields like Psychosocial and Asian ethnicity.
Her work carried out in the field of Demography brings together such families of science as Relative risk, Polysubstance dependence and Gateway drug theory. The Tobacco use study combines topics in areas such as Vocational education, Smoking prevention, Multidisciplinary approach and Conceptual framework. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cognition, Affect and Moderation in addition to Developmental psychology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pacific islanders, Gerontology, Demography, Environmental health and Developmental psychology. The various areas that Paula H. Palmer examines in her Pacific islanders study include Community-based participatory research, Participatory action research, Intervention, Family medicine and Health equity. Her work in Gerontology addresses subjects such as Curriculum, which are connected to disciplines such as Smoking prevention.
Her study focuses on the intersection of Demography and fields such as Depression with connections in the field of Odds ratio. The various areas that Paula H. Palmer examines in her Environmental health study include Tobacco control, Public health and Psychological intervention. In general Developmental psychology, her work in Self-concept is often linked to Longitudinal study linking many areas of study.
Her primary scientific interests are in Pacific islanders, Health equity, Participatory action research, Gerontology and Demography. Her research integrates issues of Nursing, Intervention, Community-based participatory research and Family medicine in her study of Pacific islanders. Her Gerontology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Friendship and Treatment barriers.
Her Demography research incorporates themes from Mass index and Obesity. Her study looks at the relationship between Young adult and topics such as Depression, which overlap with Odds ratio. Her Qualitative research research integrates issues from Mental health and Clinical psychology.
Paula H. Palmer spends much of her time researching Depression, Odds ratio, Clinical psychology, Qualitative research and Beck Depression Inventory. The Odds ratio study combines topics in areas such as Environmental health, Multivariate analysis, Univariate analysis, Confidence interval and Prevalence. Her work carried out in the field of Clinical psychology brings together such families of science as Family structure and Adolescent smoking.
As part of her studies on Qualitative research, she often connects relevant areas like Mental health. She merges Beck Depression Inventory with Cross-sectional study in her research. Her work on Albumin, Prospective cohort study, Logistic regression and Serum albumin as part of general Internal medicine research is frequently linked to C-reactive protein, bridging the gap between disciplines.
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Evaluating transdisciplinary science.
Daniel Stokols;Juliana Fuqua;Jennifer Gress;Richard Harvey.
The AHIMSA Acculturation Scale: A New Measure of Acculturation for Adolescents in a Multicultural Society
Jennifer B. Unger;Peggy Gallaher;Sohaila Shakib;Anamara Ritt-Olson.
Journal of Early Adolescence (2002)
Cultural values and substance use in a multiethnic sample of California adolescents.
Jennifer B. Unger;Anamara Ritt-Olson;Lorena Teran;Terry Huang.
Addiction Research & Theory (2002)
Perceived stress, depression and food consumption frequency in the college students of China Seven Cities.
Chunhong Liu;Chunhong Liu;Bin Xie;Chih-Ping Chou;Carol Koprowski.
Physiology & Behavior (2007)
Utility of the theory of reasoned action and theory of planned behavior for predicting Chinese adolescent smoking.
Qian Guo;C. Anderson Johnson;Jennifer B. Unger;Liming Lee.
Addictive Behaviors (2007)
Affective decision-making deficits, linked to a dysfunctional ventromedial prefrontal cortex, revealed in 10th grade Chinese adolescent binge drinkers.
C. Anderson Johnson;Lin Xiao;Paula Palmer;Ping Sun.
Weight perception and weight-related sociocultural and behavioral factors in Chinese adolescents.
Bin Xie;Chih-Ping Chou;Donna Spruijt-Metz;Kim Reynolds.
Preventive Medicine (2006)
Internet accessibility and usage among urban adolescents in Southern California: implications for web-based health research.
Ping Sun;Jennifer B. Unger;Paula H. Palmer;Peggy Gallaher.
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking (2005)
Ethnic variation in peer influences on adolescent smoking.
Jennifer B. Unger;Louise Ann Rohrbach;Tess Boley Cruz;Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati.
Nicotine & Tobacco Research (2001)
Abnormal affective decision making revealed in adolescent binge drinkers using a functional magnetic resonance imaging study.
Lin Xiao;Antoine Bechara;Qiyong Gong;Xiaoqi Huang.
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (2013)
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