Her primary scientific interests are in Psychiatry, Schizophrenia, Clinical psychology, Intervention and Psychosis. Psychiatry connects with themes related to Randomized controlled trial in her study. Her work carried out in the field of Schizophrenia brings together such families of science as Neurocognitive and Pediatrics.
Her Clinical psychology study which covers Psychosocial that intersects with Cognitive therapy. Her studies deal with areas such as Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale, Mental health, Exposure therapy and Schizophrenic Psychology as well as Intervention. Her Psychosis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cognitive remediation therapy, Psychotherapist, Social skills, Social cognition and Cognitive behavioral therapy.
Shirley M. Glynn focuses on Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Intervention, Mental health and Mental illness. Her work on Schizophrenia, Family therapy and Psychosocial as part of general Psychiatry research is often related to Family involvement, thus linking different fields of science. Her research integrates issues of Dual diagnosis and Psychosis in her study of Schizophrenia.
Shirley M. Glynn interconnects Randomized controlled trial, Social skills, Substance abuse and Anxiety in the investigation of issues within Clinical psychology. Her study on Psychoeducation is often connected to Family education as part of broader study in Intervention. Her Mental health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nursing, Quality of life, First episode and Health education.
Shirley M. Glynn mostly deals with Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Mental illness, Intervention and Supported employment. The study incorporates disciplines such as PsycINFO, Gerontology and Veterans Affairs in addition to Psychiatry. Her research integrates issues of Interpersonal communication, Randomized controlled trial, Cognition, Mental health and Social support in her study of Clinical psychology.
Her work on Mental illness is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Schizophrenia. Her work deals with themes such as Young adult, Reciprocity and Electronic health record, which intersect with Schizophrenia. The various areas that Shirley M. Glynn examines in her Intervention study include Life satisfaction and Quality of life.
Shirley M. Glynn mainly investigates Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Supported employment, Mental health and Comorbidity. Shirley M. Glynn has researched Clinical psychology in several fields, including Randomized controlled trial, Psychiatric history and Emotional intelligence. The Randomized controlled trial study combines topics in areas such as Empathy, Social skills and Cognition, Social cognition.
When carried out as part of a general Psychiatry research project, her work on Cluster randomised controlled trial is frequently linked to work in Earnings, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. She has included themes like Risperidone, Schizophrenia, Olanzapine, Atypical antipsychotic and Mental illness in her Supported employment study. Her Mental health research incorporates themes from Medical record, Moderation, PsycINFO, Depression and Cannabis.
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Randomized Trial of Trauma-Focused Group Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Results From a Department of Veterans Affairs Cooperative Study
Paula P. Schnurr;Matthew J. Friedman;David W. Foy;M. Tracie Shea.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2003)
Comprehensive Versus Usual Community Care for First-Episode Psychosis: 2-Year Outcomes From the NIMH RAISE Early Treatment Program
John M. Kane;Delbert G. Robinson;Nina R. Schooler;Kim T. Mueser.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2016)
The neurocognitive effects of low-dose haloperidol: a two-year comparison with risperidone.
Michael F Green;Michael F Green;Stephen R Marder;Stephen R Marder;Shirley M Glynn;Shirley M Glynn;Susan R McGurk.
Biological Psychiatry (2002)
Psychosocial Treatments to Promote Functional Recovery in Schizophrenia
Robert S. Kern;Robert S. Kern;Shirley M. Glynn;Shirley M. Glynn;William P. Horan;William P. Horan;Stephen R. Marder;Stephen R. Marder.
Schizophrenia Bulletin (2009)
A test of behavioral family therapy to augment exposure for combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder.
Shirley M. Glynn;Spencer Eth;Eugenia T. Randolph;David W. Foy.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1999)
Psychological distress and burden among female partners of combat veterans with PTSD.
Gina Manguno-Mire;Frederic Sautter;Judith Lyons;Judith Lyons;Leann Myers.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (2007)
The NAVIGATE Program for First-Episode Psychosis: Rationale, Overview, and Description of Psychosocial Components
Kim T. Mueser;David L. Penn;David L. Penn;Jean Addington;Mary F. Brunette.
Psychiatric Services (2015)
Behavioral Family Therapy for Psychiatric Disorders
Kim Tornvall Mueser;Shirley M. Glynn.
Schizophrenic individuals' cognitive functioning and performance in interpersonal interactions and skills training procedures
Linda Bowen;Charles J. Wallace;Shirley M. Glynn;Keith H. Nuechterlein.
Journal of Psychiatric Research (1994)
Behavioural family management in schizophrenia. Outcome of a clinic-based intervention.
E. T. Randolph;S. Eth;S. M. Glynn;G. G. Paz.
British Journal of Psychiatry (1994)
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