The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Clinical psychology, Psychological resilience, Developmental psychology, Suicide prevention and Injury prevention. Peter A. Wyman works mostly in the field of Clinical psychology, limiting it down to concerns involving Public health and, occasionally, Social connectedness and Interpersonal relationship. His Psychological resilience study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Intervention, Mental health, Discriminant function analysis and Medical education.
His research in Discriminant function analysis intersects with topics in Test and Life stress. The Child development research Peter A. Wyman does as part of his general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Social environment, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. In most of his Injury prevention studies, his work intersects topics such as Human factors and ergonomics.
Peter A. Wyman mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Suicidal ideation. Peter A. Wyman combines subjects such as Mental health, Psychological resilience, Empathy and Competence with his study of Developmental psychology. His work in Psychological resilience covers topics such as Child development which are related to areas like Temperament.
His work in the fields of Clinical psychology, such as Distress, intersects with other areas such as Social environment. His study on Suicide prevention is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Human factors and ergonomics. His Intervention research includes themes of Research design, Curriculum and Medical education.
Suicide prevention, Clinical psychology, Psychological intervention, Intervention and Suicidal ideation are his primary areas of study. His Suicide prevention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His work in the fields of Clinical psychology, such as Psychopathology, overlaps with other areas such as Suicide attempt.
His work carried out in the field of Psychological intervention brings together such families of science as Logistic regression, Peer group and Referral. His Intervention research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Research design, Consistency and Medical education. The Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Coping, Mental health, Social support and Family support.
Peter A. Wyman focuses on Suicide prevention, Injury prevention, Psychological intervention, Intervention and Clinical psychology. A large part of his Suicide prevention studies is devoted to Suicidal ideation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Research design, Propensity score matching and External validity in addition to Psychological intervention.
His Clinical psychology research includes elements of Randomized controlled trial, Program evaluation, Observational methods in psychology, Interpersonal relationship and Multilevel model. His Psychiatry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Psychological resilience, Population health and Medical emergency. In the field of Human factors and ergonomics, his study on Suicide attempt overlaps with subjects such as Health psychology and Substance abuse.
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Randomized trial of a gatekeeper program for suicide prevention: 1-year impact on secondary school staff.
Peter A. Wyman;C. Hendricks Brown;Jeff Inman;Wendi Cross.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2008)
The role of children's future expectations in self-system functioning and adjustment to life stress: A prospective study of urban at-risk children
Peter A. Wyman;Emory L. Cowen;William C. Work;Judy H. Kerley.
Development and Psychopathology (1993)
An outcome evaluation of the Sources of Strength suicide prevention program delivered by adolescent peer leaders in high schools.
Peter A. Wyman;C. Hendricks Brown;Mark Lomurray;Karen Schmeelk-Cone.
American Journal of Public Health (2010)
Developmental and family milieu correlates of resilience in urban children who have experienced major life stress
Peter A. Wyman;Emory L. Cowen;William C. Work;Gayle R. Parker.
American Journal of Community Psychology (1991)
Caregiving and Developmental Factors Differentiating Young At‐Risk Urban Children Showing Resilient versus Stress‐Affected Outcomes: A Replication and Extension
Peter A. Wyman;Emory L. Cowen;William C. Work;Lynne Hoyt-Meyers.
Child Development (1999)
The Rochester Child Resilience Project: Overview and summary of first year findings
Emory L. Cowen;Peter A. Wyman;William C. Work;Gayle R. Parker.
Development and Psychopathology (1990)
School-Based Prevention for Children at Risk: The Primary Mental Health Project
Emory L. Cowen;A. Dirk Hightower;JoAnne L. Pedro-Carroll;William C. Work.
Interviews with Children Who Experienced Major Life Stress: Family and Child Attributes that Predict Resilient Outcomes
Peter A. Wyman;Emory L. Cowen;William C. Work;Anisa Raoof.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (1992)
Immigration Generation Status and its Association with Suicide Attempts, Substance Use, and Depressive Symptoms among Latino Adolescents in the USA
Juan B. Peña;Peter A. Wyman;C. Hendricks Brown;Monica M. Matthieu.
Prevention Science (2008)
Resilience as cumulative competence promotion and stress protection: Theory and intervention.
Peter A. Wyman;Irwin Sandler;Sharlene Wolchik;Kathleen Nelson.
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