Sarah S. Jaser focuses on Clinical psychology, Coping, Developmental psychology, Psychological intervention and Psychosocial. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Attentional control and Aggression. Her Coping research incorporates themes from Disengagement theory and Stress reactivity.
Her Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Psychopathology and Anxiety. Her Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Disease and Gerontology. Her Psychosocial study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Observational study, Diabetes mellitus, Type 1 diabetes, El Niño and Hostility.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Type 1 diabetes, Diabetes mellitus, Clinical psychology, Glycemic and Psychological intervention. Her study in Type 1 diabetes is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychosocial, Sleep in non-human animals, Psychiatry, Physical therapy and Diabetes management. Her studies deal with areas such as Family medicine, Gerontology, Pediatrics and Depression as well as Diabetes mellitus.
Her research in the fields of Coping overlaps with other disciplines such as Self-management and Ethnic group. Her work carried out in the field of Glycemic brings together such families of science as Young adult and PsycINFO. Her Psychological intervention research incorporates elements of Intervention, Randomized controlled trial and Distress.
Sarah S. Jaser spends much of her time researching Type 1 diabetes, Diabetes mellitus, Glycemic, Diabetes management and Clinical psychology. Her research in Type 1 diabetes intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Young adult, Gerontology, Quality of life and Pediatrics. Sarah S. Jaser works mostly in the field of Diabetes mellitus, limiting it down to topics relating to Medical record and, in certain cases, Actigraphy, Intervention and Physical therapy, as a part of the same area of interest.
Her research on Glycemic also deals with topics like
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Coping with chronic illness in childhood and adolescence.
Bruce E. Compas;Sarah S. Jaser;Madeleine J. Dunn;Erin M. Rodriguez.
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology (2012)
Processes of Self-Management in Chronic Illness
Dena Schulman-Green;Sarah Jaser;Faith Martin;Angelo Alonzo.
Journal of Nursing Scholarship (2012)
Coping, emotion regulation, and psychopathology in childhood and adolescence: A meta-analysis and narrative review
Bruce E. Compas;Sarah S. Jaser;Alexandra H. Bettis;Kelly H. Watson.
Psychological Bulletin (2017)
Temperament, stress reactivity, and coping:implications for depression in childhood and adolescence.
Bruce E. Compas;Jennifer Connor-Smith;Sarah S. Jaser.
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2004)
Psychological Experience of Parents of Children With Type 1 Diabetes A Systematic Mixed-Studies Review
Robin Whittemore;Sarah Jaser;Ariana Chao;Myoungock Jang.
The Diabetes Educator (2012)
Coping and Emotion Regulation from Childhood to Early Adulthood: Points of Convergence and Divergence.
Bruce E. Compas;Sarah S. Jaser;Jennifer P. Dunbar;Kelly H. Watson.
Australian Journal of Psychology (2014)
Patterns in Office Referral Data by Grade, Race/Ethnicity, and Gender.
Joy S. Kaufman;Sarah S. Jaser;Ellen L. Vaughan;Jesse S. Reynolds.
Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions (2010)
A metasynthesis of factors affecting self-management of chronic illness.
Dena Schulman-Green;Sarah S. Jaser;Chorong Park;Robin Whittemore.
Journal of Advanced Nursing (2016)
Coping with the stress of parental depression II: adolescent and parent reports of coping and adjustment.
Sarah S. Jaser;Adela M. Langrock;Gary Keller;Mary Jane Merchant.
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2005)
Coping and resilience in adolescents with type 1 diabetes.
S. S. Jaser;L. E. White.
Child Care Health and Development (2011)
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