Her scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Self-esteem, Health promotion and Dieting. She carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Developmental psychology and Social constructionism. The concepts of her Social psychology study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, The Thin Ideal, Masculinity and Femininity.
The various areas that Sarah Grogan examines in her Self-esteem study include Social pressure, Human Males, Young adult and Social acceptance. Her Health promotion research incorporates elements of Mental health and Cochrane Library. Her work in Mental health tackles topics such as Psychosis which are related to areas like Clinical psychology.
Sarah Grogan spends much of her time researching Thematic analysis, Developmental psychology, Intervention, Social psychology and Clinical psychology. Sarah Grogan interconnects Feeling and Human sexuality in the investigation of issues within Developmental psychology. Her Intervention research incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Physical therapy and Randomized controlled trial.
As part of her studies on Social psychology, Sarah Grogan often connects relevant areas like Masculinity. Her research integrates issues of Psychotherapist, Psychiatry and Young adult in her study of Clinical psychology. The Focus group study combines topics in areas such as Peer pressure and Gerontology.
Sarah Grogan mainly focuses on Thematic analysis, Intervention, Developmental psychology, Psychological intervention and Demography. Her Intervention study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychological distress and Yoga Therapy. Her study connects Behaviour change and Developmental psychology.
Psychological intervention is closely attributed to Masculinity in her work. Her biological study deals with issues like Anxiety, which deal with fields such as Clinical psychology. Sarah Grogan studies Social psychology, namely Peer pressure.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Intervention, Prospective cohort study, Demography, Thematic analysis and Socioeconomic status. Her study focuses on the intersection of Prospective cohort study and fields such as Harm reduction with connections in the field of Electronic Cigarette Use, Tobacco use, Cluster randomised controlled trial and Smoking initiation. Her Thematic analysis study spans across into areas like Family medicine, Relative value, Medical record, NHS health check and Medical prescription.
In her research, Sarah Grogan performs multidisciplinary study on Socioeconomic status and Ethnic group. While working in this field, Sarah Grogan studies both Ethnic group and Psychological intervention. Her work in Environmental health addresses subjects such as Breath carbon monoxide, which are connected to disciplines such as Randomized controlled trial and Implementation intention.
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Body Image: Understanding Body Dissatisfaction in Men, Women and Children
Body Image and Health Contemporary Perspectives
Journal of Health Psychology (2006)
Body image: Focus groups with boys and men
Sarah Grogan;Helen Richards.
Men and Masculinities (2002)
Effects of a 6-week aerobic dance intervention on body image and physical self-perceptions in adolescent girls.
Gillian Burgess;Sarah Grogan;Les Burwitz.
Body Image (2006)
Validation of a questionnaire measuring patient satisfaction with general practitioner services
S Grogan;M Conner;P Norman;D Willits.
BMJ Quality & Safety (2000)
The Effects of Viewing Same-Gender Photographic Models on Body-Esteem
Sarah Grogan;Zoe Williams;Mark Conner.
Psychology of Women Quarterly (1996)
Gender, Sexuality, Body Image and Eating Behaviours:
Mark Conner;Charlotte Johnson;Sarah Grogan.
Journal of Health Psychology (2004)
Body image : psychologie nespokojenosti s vlastním tělem
Sarah Grogan;Jana Krchová.
Promoting Positive Body Image in Males and Females: Contemporary Issues and Future Directions
Sex Roles (2010)
Eating sweet snacks: gender differences in attitudes and behaviour
Sarah C. Grogan;Russell Bell;Mark Conner.
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