His primary scientific interests are in Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Anxiety disorder, Mental health and Injury prevention. Rolf J. Kleber regularly links together related areas like Distress in his Psychiatry studies. A large part of his Clinical psychology studies is devoted to Coping.
His studies deal with areas such as Brief psychotherapy, Acculturation, Surprise, Hypnosis and Social support as well as Mental health. Rolf J. Kleber has researched Injury prevention in several fields, including Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His Posttraumatic stress research integrates issues from Dissociative and Public health.
His primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Mental health, Suicide prevention and Injury prevention. His study in Posttraumatic stress, Coping, Stressor, Psychopathology and Distress falls within the category of Clinical psychology. He integrates Posttraumatic stress and Childbirth in his studies.
All of his Psychiatry and Anxiety, Traumatic stress, Depression, Anxiety disorder and Psychosocial investigations are sub-components of the entire Psychiatry study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychological intervention, Social support, Social psychology, Acculturation and Public health. Injury prevention is closely attributed to Human factors and ergonomics in his study.
Rolf J. Kleber mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Suicide prevention, Psychiatry, Mental health and Injury prevention. His study in the field of Psychopathology is also linked to topics like Prospective cohort study. When carried out as part of a general Suicide prevention research project, his work on Child abuse and Psychological abuse is frequently linked to work in Psychological intervention and Public health, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His Public health study which covers Environmental health that intersects with Medical sociology. His Psychiatry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Trial registration and Primary outcome. His Mental health research incorporates elements of Life satisfaction, Social support, Psychological resilience and Psychosocial.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention and Prolonged grief disorder. Within one scientific family, Rolf J. Kleber focuses on topics pertaining to Intervention under Clinical psychology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Psychological treatment. His work deals with themes such as Outcome assessment and Trial registration, which intersect with Psychiatry.
His research brings together the fields of Human factors and ergonomics and Suicide prevention. His research integrates issues of Prevalence, Demography and CINAHL in his study of Prolonged grief disorder. The Mental health study combines topics in areas such as Empirical research and Acculturation.
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Brief psychotherapy for posttraumatic stress disorders.
Daniel Brom;Rolf J. Kleber;Peter B. Defares.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1989)
Posttraumatic stress following childbirth: a review.
Eelco Olde;Onno van der Hart;Rolf Kleber;Rolf Kleber;Maarten van Son.
Clinical Psychology Review (2006)
Acute and chronic job stressors among ambulance personnel: predictors of health symptoms
E van der Ploeg;R J Kleber.
Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2003)
Construct Validation of the Dutch Version of the Impact of Event Scale.
Eleonore van der Ploeg;Trudy T. M. Mooren;Rolf J. Kleber;Peter G. van der Velden.
Psychological Assessment (2004)
Beyond the “Victim”
Charles R. Figley;Rolf J. Kleber.
Multigenerational perspectives on coping with the Holocaust experience : An attachment perspective for understanding the developmental sequelae of trauma across generations
Dan Bar-On;Jeanette Eland;Rolf J. Kleber;Robert Krell.
International Journal of Behavioral Development (1998)
Victims of traffic accidents: incidence and prevention of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Daniel Brom;Rolf J. Kleber;Marijke C. Hofman.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (1993)
Building child trauma theory from longitudinal studies: A meta-analysis
Eva Alisic;Marian J. Jongmans;Floryt van Wesel;Rolf J. Kleber;Rolf J. Kleber.
Clinical Psychology Review (2011)
Beyond Trauma: Cultural and Societal Dynamics
R. J. Kleber;Charles R. Figley;Berthold P. R. Gersons.
War trauma lingers on: Associations between maternal posttraumatic stress disorder, parent–child interaction, and child development
Elisa van Ee;Rolf J. Kleber;Trudy T.M. Mooren.
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