Stephen E. Gilman spends much of his time researching Psychiatry, Developmental psychology, Risk factor, Demography and Suicide prevention. By researching both Psychiatry and Injury prevention, Stephen E. Gilman produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His study in the fields of Domestic violence under the domain of Injury prevention overlaps with other disciplines such as Risk assessment.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Offspring and Age of onset. His work deals with themes such as Child psychopathology, Cohort study and Depression, which intersect with Risk factor. His Demography research integrates issues from Odds ratio and Socioeconomic status.
Stephen E. Gilman focuses on Psychiatry, Demography, Clinical psychology, Depression and Injury prevention. His work in the fields of Psychiatry, such as Mental health, Anxiety and Major depressive disorder, intersects with other areas such as Suicide prevention. His research integrates issues of Psychopathology and Mood in his study of Anxiety.
His Demography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Odds ratio, Body mass index, Socioeconomic status and Confidence interval. His Clinical psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychosocial, Schizophrenia and Young adult. His Depression research incorporates themes from Risk of mortality, Odds, Cohort study and Risk factor.
His primary areas of study are Demography, Young adult, Injury prevention, Body mass index and Suicide prevention. The concepts of his Demography study are interwoven with issues in Relative risk, Confidence interval and Socioeconomic status. His Young adult research includes elements of Sexual minority, Sexual orientation and Clinical psychology.
His multidisciplinary approach integrates Suicide prevention and Mental health in his work. His Mental health study introduces a deeper knowledge of Psychiatry. In his study, Religiosity is inextricably linked to Observational study, which falls within the broad field of Psychiatry.
Stephen E. Gilman focuses on Demography, Body mass index, Disadvantage, Socioeconomic status and Psychiatry. While working in this field, Stephen E. Gilman studies both Demography and Repeated measures design. Stephen E. Gilman has researched Body mass index in several fields, including Obesity and Blood pressure.
Stephen E. Gilman has included themes like Confidence interval and Mediation in his Obesity study. His Socioeconomic status research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Optimism, Psychosocial, Relative risk, Health psychology and Social support. Specifically, his work in Psychiatry is concerned with the study of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
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Race/ethnic differences in exposure to traumatic events, development of post-traumatic stress disorder, and treatment-seeking for post-traumatic stress disorder in the United States.
Andrea L. Roberts;Stephen E. Gilman;Joshua Breslau;Naomi Breslau.
Psychological Medicine (2011)
Eating behaviours and attitudes following prolonged exposure to television among ethnic Fijian adolescent girls.
Anne E. Becker;Rebecca A. Burwell;David B. Herzog;Paul Hamburg.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2002)
Risk of psychiatric disorders among individuals reporting same-sex sexual partners in the National Comorbidity Survey.
Stephen E. Gilman;Susan D. Cochran;Vickie M. Mays;Michael Hughes.
American Journal of Public Health (2001)
Childhood adversity, adult stressful life events, and risk of past-year psychiatric disorder: a test of the stress sensitization hypothesis in a population-based sample of adults
Katie A. McLaughlin;Kerith J. Conron;Karestan C. Koenen;Stephen E. Gilman.
Psychological Medicine (2010)
Socioeconomic status in childhood and the lifetime risk of major depression
Stephen E Gilman;Ichiro Kawachi;Garrett M Fitzmaurice;Stephen L Buka.
International Journal of Epidemiology (2002)
Parental Smoking and Adolescent Smoking Initiation: An Intergenerational Perspective on Tobacco Control
Stephen E. Gilman;Richard Rende;Julie Boergers;Julie Boergers;David B. Abrams.
Socio-economic status, family disruption and residential stability in childhood: Relation to onset, recurrence and remission of major depression.
Stephen E. Gilman;I. Kawachi;G. M. Fitzmaurice;S. L. Buka.
Psychological Medicine (2003)
Socioeconomic status over the life course and stages of cigarette use: initiation, regular use, and cessation
Stephen E. Gilman;D. B. Abrams;S. L. Buka.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2003)
Suicide Among Soldiers: A Review of Psychosocial Risk and Protective Factors
Matthew K. Nock;Charlene Ann Deming;Carol S. Fullerton;Stephen Edward Gilman.
Psychiatry MMC (2013)
Predicting Suicides After Psychiatric Hospitalization in US Army Soldiers: The Army Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers (Army STARRS)
Ronald Kessler;Christopher H. Warner;Christopher Ivany;Maria Petukhova.
JAMA Psychiatry (2015)
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