2017 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Sharon L. Manne spends much of her time researching Clinical psychology, Coping, Distress, Breast cancer and Interpersonal relationship. Her Clinical psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychotherapist, Cancer, Psychiatry and Emotional functioning. Her work carried out in the field of Coping brings together such families of science as Psychological intervention, Social support and Psychological distress.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Distress, Developmental psychology are connected with Social relation and other disciplines. Her work in Breast cancer addresses issues such as Longitudinal study, which are connected to fields such as Latent growth modeling, Breast disease and Communication skills training. As a part of the same scientific study, Sharon L. Manne usually deals with the Interpersonal relationship, concentrating on Interpersonal communication and frequently concerns with Self-disclosure.
Sharon L. Manne focuses on Clinical psychology, Distress, Coping, Cancer and Social support. Her Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Psychosocial, Psychotherapist, Psychological distress and Breast cancer. Her research integrates issues of Developmental psychology, Psychiatry, Cognition and Transplantation in her study of Distress.
Her Coping study deals with Interpersonal relationship intersecting with Interpersonal communication. Her Cancer research includes elements of Surgery, Oncology and Family medicine. Her studies link Health psychology with Social support.
Sharon L. Manne spends much of her time researching Psychological intervention, Clinical psychology, Randomized controlled trial, Clinical trial and Family medicine. The various areas that Sharon L. Manne examines in her Psychological intervention study include Intervention and Skin cancer. Her work on Clinical psychology deals in particular with Distress and Psychological adaptation.
Her studies in Distress integrate themes in fields like Coping, Psychiatry, Socioeconomic status and Absenteeism. Her study in Coping is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Feeling, Levels-of-processing effect and Emotional processing. Her work deals with themes such as Nursing and Alternative medicine, which intersect with Clinical trial.
Her primary areas of study are Addiction, Sunbathing, Tanning dependence, Psychiatry and Skin cancer. Her Sunbathing investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Public health, Mood, Environmental health, Context and Measure. Her Tanning dependence study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Tanning bed, Young adult, Psychiatric interview and Mini-international neuropsychiatric interview.
Sharon L. Manne has included themes like Alternative medicine, Health knowledge and Self-control in her Psychiatry study.
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Posttraumatic growth after breast cancer: patient, partner, and couple perspectives.
Sharon Manne;Jamie Ostroff;Gary Winkel;Lori Goldstein.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2004)
Intimacy and relationship processes in couples' psychosocial adaptation to cancer.
Sharon Manne;Hoda Badr.
Measures of Sun Exposure and Sun Protection Practices for Behavioral and Epidemiologic Research
Karen Glanz;Amy L. Yaroch;Monica Dancel;Mona Saraiya.
Archives of Dermatology (2008)
Cancer‐related relationship communication in couples coping with early stage breast cancer
Sharon L. Manne;Jamie S. Ostroff;Tina R. Norton;Kevin Fox.
The Interpersonal Process Model of Intimacy: The Role of Self-Disclosure, Partner Disclosure, and Partner Responsiveness in Interactions Between Breast Cancer Patients and Their Partners.
Sharon Manne;Jamie Ostroff;Christine Rini;Kevin Fox.
Journal of Family Psychology (2004)
Couples' Support-Related Communication, Psychological Distress, and Relationship Satisfaction Among Women With Early Stage Breast Cancer.
Sharon Manne;Marne Sherman;Stephanie Ross;Jamie Ostroff.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2004)
Cancer-related communication, relationship intimacy, and psychological distress among couples coping with localized prostate cancer
Sharon Manne;Hoda Badr;Talia Zaider;Christian Nelson.
Journal of Cancer Survivorship (2010)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Mothers of Pediatric Cancer Survivors: Diagnosis, Comorbidity, and Utility of the PTSD Checklist as a Screening Instrument
Sharon L. Manne;Katherine Du Hamel;Kim Gallelli;Karen Sorgen.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology (1998)
Partner unsupportive responses, avoidant coping, and distress among women with early stage breast cancer: patient and partner perspectives.
Sharon L. Manne;Jamie Ostroff;Gary Winkel;Generosa Grana.
Health Psychology (2005)
Multiple skin cancer risk behaviors in the U.S. population.
Elliot J. Coups;Sharon L. Manne;Carolyn J. Heckman.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2008)
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