His main research concerns Unemployment, Mental health, Social support, Developmental psychology and Psychiatry. His Unemployment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public health, Job satisfaction and Clinical psychology. Much of his study explores Mental health relationship to Intervention.
His work in Social support tackles topics such as Coping which are related to areas like Psychosocial, Psychopathology and Stressor. His Developmental psychology study incorporates themes from Social relation, Social psychology and Social undermining. His studies examine the connections between Psychiatry and genetics, as well as such issues in Health psychology, with regards to Health care, Comorbidity, Social environment and Psychological intervention.
Richard H. Price mainly focuses on Mental health, Unemployment, Social psychology, Clinical psychology and Psychiatry. His Mental health research focuses on Intervention and how it connects with Health psychology. His study on Unemployment also encompasses disciplines like
His Social psychology research includes elements of Social change and Cognitive psychology. Richard H. Price combines subjects such as Somatization, Anxiety and Depressive symptoms with his study of Clinical psychology. His biological study deals with issues like Social support, which deal with fields such as Developmental psychology and Psychosocial.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Unemployment, Social psychology, Labour economics, Psychological intervention and Mental health. Richard H. Price performs multidisciplinary study on Unemployment and China in his works. His Social psychology research incorporates elements of Organizational change and Cognition.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Management styles and Marketing in addition to Labour economics. His studies in Psychological intervention integrate themes in fields like Preparedness and Flexibility. His Mental health research focuses on Intervention and how it relates to Actuarial science and Job loss.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Well-being, Health psychology, Congruence and Personal commitment. His research in Social psychology is mostly focused on Self-efficacy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Management styles, Standard operating procedure and Happiness.
The Health psychology study combines topics in areas such as Engineering ethics, Action, Social change, Community psychology and Collective efficacy. He interconnects Organizational commitment, Organizational change, Cognition and Social environment in the investigation of issues within Congruence.
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Social factors in psychopathology: stress, social support, and coping processes.
Ronald C. Kessler;Richard H. Price;Camille B. Wortman.
Annual Review of Psychology (1985)
Happiness, Health, or Relationships? Managerial Practices and Employee Well-Being Tradeoffs
Adam M. Grant;Marlys K. Christianson;Richard H. Price.
Isomorphism and external support in conflicting institutional environments: a study of drug abuse treatment units.
Thomas D'Aunno;Robert I. Sutton;Richard H. Price.
Job seeking, reemployment, and mental health: a randomized field experiment in coping with job loss.
Robert D. Caplan;Amiram D. Vinokur;Richard H. Price;Michelle van Ryn.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1989)
Hard times and hurtful partners: how financial strain affects depression and relationship satisfaction of unemployed persons and their spouses
Amiram D. Vinokur;Richard H. Price;Robert D. Caplan.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1996)
Links in the chain of adversity following job loss: How financial strain and loss of personal control lead to depression, impaired functioning, and poor health.
Richard H. Price;Jin Nam Choi;Amiram D. Vinokur.
Two Years After a Job Loss: Long-Term Impact of the JOBS Program on Reemployment and Mental Health
Amiram D. Vinokur;Yaacov Schul;Jukka Vuori;Richard H. Price.
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology (2000)
Underemployment: Consequences for the Health and Well-Being of Workers
Daniel S. Friedland;Richard H. Price.
American Journal of Community Psychology (2003)
Impact of the JOBS intervention on unemployed workers varying in risk for depression.
Amiram D. Vinokur;Richard H. Price;Yaacov Schul.
American Journal of Community Psychology (1995)
Long-term follow-up and benefit-cost analysis of the Jobs Program: a preventive intervention for the unemployed.
Amiram D. Vinokur;Michelle Van Ryn;Edward M. Gramlich;Richard H. Price.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1991)
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