2017 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of investigation include Anxiety, Depression, Mental health, Psychiatry and Natural selection. Randolph M. Nesse interconnects Developmental psychology, Internal medicine and Endocrinology in the investigation of issues within Anxiety. His study connects Clinical psychology and Depression.
His work carried out in the field of Mental health brings together such families of science as Context, Grief and Gerontology. His study in Psychiatry focuses on Mood in particular. His Natural selection study incorporates themes from Cognitive psychology, Social psychology and Evolutionary medicine.
Randolph M. Nesse mainly investigates Anxiety, Psychiatry, Evolutionary medicine, Clinical psychology and Internal medicine. His research links Mood with Anxiety. He has included themes like Natural selection, Disease and Public health in his Evolutionary medicine study.
His work in Clinical psychology addresses subjects such as Depression, which are connected to disciplines such as Mental health and Grief. The concepts of his Mental health study are interwoven with issues in Context and Gerontology. His Internal medicine study deals with Endocrinology intersecting with Cholecystokinin and Phobias.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Evolutionary medicine, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Depression and Anxiety. His research integrates issues of Natural selection and Public health in his study of Evolutionary medicine. His Natural selection study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social psychology, Evolutionary psychology and Reductionism.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Schizophrenia and Depressive symptoms in addition to Clinical psychology. His study in Mood extends to Depression with its themes. Randolph M. Nesse combines subjects such as Threshold of pain, Chronic pain, Separation and Genetic data with his study of Anxiety.
Randolph M. Nesse mainly focuses on Psychiatry, Evolutionary medicine, Depression, Major depressive disorder and Clinical psychology. His Evolutionary medicine study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Natural selection and Public health. His work carried out in the field of Psychological intervention brings together such families of science as Cognitive psychology, Gerontology, Applied psychology, Abnormality and Mental health.
His study looks at the relationship between Major depressive disorder and topics such as Severity of illness, which overlap with Treatment outcome, Symptom profiles and Treatment efficacy. His study in Clinical psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Young adult, Chronic stress, Depressive symptoms, Depression levels and Etiology. His Mood research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Insomnia, Psychosocial, Explained variation, Anxiety and Clinical significance.
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Why We Get Sick: The New Science of Darwinian Medicine
Randolph M. Nesse;George Christopher Williams.
Providing Social Support May Be More Beneficial Than Receiving It Results From a Prospective Study of Mortality
Stephanie L. Brown;Randolph M. Nesse;Amiram D. Vinokur;Dylan M. Smith.
Psychological Science (2003)
Resilience to Loss and Chronic Grief: A Prospective Study From Preloss to 18-Months Postloss
George A. Bonanno;Camille B. Wortman;Darrin R. Lehman;Roger G. Tweed.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2002)
Prevalence and distribution of major depressive disorder in African Americans, Caribbean blacks, and non-Hispanic whites: results from the National Survey of American Life.
David R. Williams;Hector M. González;Harold Neighbors;Randolph Nesse.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2007)
Evolutionary explanations of emotions.
Randolph M. Nesse.
Human Nature (1990)
Is depression an adaptation
Randolph M. Nesse.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2000)
The Dawn of Darwinian Medicine
George C. Williams;Randolph M. Nesse.
The Quarterly Review of Biology (1991)
The National Survey of American Life: A study of racial, ethnic and cultural influences on mental disorders and mental health
James S. Jackson;Myriam Torres;Cleopatra H. Caldwell;Harold W. Neighbors.
International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research (2004)
Prospective patterns of resilience and maladjustment during widowhood
George A. Bonanno;Camille B. Wortman;Randolph M. Nesse.
Psychology and Aging (2004)
Fear and fitness: An evolutionary analysis of anxiety disorders
Isaac f.M. Marks;Randolph M. Nesse.
Ethology and Sociobiology (1994)
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