The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical therapy, Clinical psychology, Vulvodynia, McGill Pain Questionnaire and Developmental psychology. Her Physical therapy study incorporates themes from Trigeminal neuralgia, Response rate, Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome and Etiology. The concepts of her Clinical psychology study are interwoven with issues in Checklist, Social psychology and Initial visit.
Her work on Vulvar vestibulitis as part of general Vulvodynia study is frequently linked to Vestibule and Allodynia, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her McGill Pain Questionnaire study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Discriminant function analysis, Chronic pain and Atypical facial pain. Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sexual arousal, Attribution and Hypervigilance.
Her main research concerns Physical therapy, Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Social psychology and Psychiatry. Her Physical therapy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sleep apnea and Vulvodynia. Her Vulvodynia research integrates issues from Anesthesia and Sexual function.
She works mostly in the field of Clinical psychology, limiting it down to topics relating to Anxiety and, in certain cases, Randomized controlled trial, as a part of the same area of interest. Her Developmental psychology research includes elements of Arousal, Sexual arousal, Dysfunctional family and Personality. Her Social psychology research incorporates elements of Cognition and Vaccination.
Rhonda Amsel spends much of her time researching Clinical psychology, Physical therapy, Graduation, Family medicine and Vaccination. Her research integrates issues of Hypoactive sexual desire disorder, Arousal, Content validity, Scale and Psychosocial in her study of Clinical psychology. Rhonda Amsel works on Physical therapy which deals in particular with Chronic pain.
Her Family medicine research focuses on Psychological intervention and how it relates to Social determinants of health. Her Vaccination research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Research ethics and Human papillomavirus. Rhonda Amsel has included themes like DSM-5, Vaginismus and Pelvic Floor Muscle in her Vulvodynia study.
Rhonda Amsel mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Sexual dysfunction, Developmental psychology, Sexual arousal and Sex organ. She interconnects Internal consistency, Criterion validity and Scale in the investigation of issues within Clinical psychology. Her study on Vaginismus is often connected to Muscle tension as part of broader study in Sexual dysfunction.
Rhonda Amsel studies Young adult, a branch of Developmental psychology. Her Sexual arousal study combines topics in areas such as Orgasm, Audiology, Sensation, Threshold of pain and Forearm. Rhonda Amsel integrates many fields, such as Sex organ, Anesthesia and Psychosocial, in her works.
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Contributions of the basal ganglia and functionally related brain structures to motor learning.
Julien Doyon;Pierre Bellec;Rhonda Amsel;Virginia Penhune.
Behavioural Brain Research (2009)
A randomized comparison of group cognitive–behavioral therapy, surface electromyographic biofeedback, and vestibulectomy in the treatment of dyspareunia resulting from vulvar vestibulitis
Sophie Bergeron;Yitzchak M Binik;Samir Khalifé;Kelly Pagidas.
Vaginal Spasm, Pain, and Behavior: An Empirical Investigation of the Diagnosis of Vaginismus
Elke D Reissing;Yitzchak M Binik;Samir Khalifé;Deborah Cohen.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (2004)
Vestibular tactile and pain thresholds in women with vulvar vestibulitis syndrome
Caroline F Pukall;Yitzchak M Binik;Samir Khalifé;Samir Khalifé;Rhonda Amsel.
Etiological Correlates of Vaginismus: Sexual and Physical Abuse, Sexual Knowledge, Sexual Self-Schema, and Relationship Adjustment
Elke D. Reissing;Yitzchak M. Binik;Samir Khalife;Deborah Cohen.
Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy (2003)
When sex hurts, anxiety and fear orient attention towards pain.
Kimberley A. Payne;Yitzchak M. Binik;Rhonda Amsel;Samir Khalifé.
European Journal of Pain (2005)
Neural correlates of painful genital touch in women with vulvar vestibulitis syndrome.
Caroline F Pukall;Irina A Strigo;Yitzchak M Binik;Rhonda Amsel.
Prevalence and characteristics of chronic sensory problems in burn patients.
Annie Malenfant;Annie Malenfant;Robert Forget;Jacques Papillon;Jacques Papillon;Rhonda Amsel.
Trigeminal neuralgia and atypical facial pain: use of the McGill Pain Questionnaire for discrimination and diagnosis.
Ronald Melzack;Christopher Terrence;Gerhard Fromm;Rhonda Amsel.
Effects of Sexual Arousal on Genital and Non-Genital Sensation: A Comparison of Women with Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome and Healthy Controls
Kimberley A. Payne;Yitzchak M. Binik;Caroline F. Pukall;Lea Thaler.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (2007)
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