Steven Greer combines Cancer and Breast cancer in his research. He brings together Breast cancer and Cancer to produce work in his papers. His research brings together the fields of Cohort and Internal medicine. His Cohort study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Internal medicine. His Clinical psychology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Learned helplessness. His Learned helplessness study often links to related topics such as Clinical psychology. He brings together Oncology and Gynecology to produce work in his papers. In his papers, Steven Greer integrates diverse fields, such as Gynecology and Oncology. The study of Psychiatry is intertwined with the study of Psychological intervention in a number of ways.
Part of his project on Poison control includes research on Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Poison control and Suicide prevention. His work on Medical emergency expands to the thematically related Injury prevention. He regularly ties together related areas like Human factors and ergonomics in his Medical emergency studies. His work in Internal medicine is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Adjuvant therapy. His Adjuvant therapy study typically links adjacent topics like Internal medicine. Steven Greer performs integrative study on Psychiatry and Quality of life (healthcare). Steven Greer combines topics linked to Psychotherapist with his work on Quality of life (healthcare). He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Psychotherapist and Anxiety via his papers.
Steven Greer works mostly in the field of Context (archaeology), limiting it down to topics relating to Archaeology and, in certain cases, Osteology, as a part of the same area of interest. His Disease study frequently links to related topics such as Primary sclerosing cholangitis. Many of his studies on Primary sclerosing cholangitis apply to Disease as well. His research on Blunt often connects related areas such as Surgery. As part of his studies on Surgery, Steven Greer frequently links adjacent subjects like Blunt. He incorporates Ancient history and Archaeology in his research. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Neurofeedback and Electroencephalography. In his articles, Steven Greer combines various disciplines, including Electroencephalography and Neurofeedback. His research brings together the fields of Neuroscience and Brain function.
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Psychological response to breast cancer: effect on outcome.
S. Greer;T. Morris;K.W. Pettingale.
The Lancet (1979)
Influence of psychological response on survival in breast cancer: a population-based cohort study.
M Watson;M Watson;JS Haviland;S Greer;J Davidson.
The Lancet (1999)
Development of a questionnaire measure of adjustment to cancer: the MAC scale.
M. Watson;S. Greer;J. Young;Q. Inayat.
Psychological Medicine (1988)
The factor structure and factor stability of the hospital anxiety and depression scale in patients with cancer.
Stirling Moorey;Steven Greer;Maggie Watson;Christine Gorman.
British Journal of Psychiatry (1991)
Promoting psychological well-being in the face of serious illness: when theory, research and practice inform each other
Susan Folkman;Steven Greer.
Adjuvant psychological therapy for patients with cancer: a prospective randomised trial.
S. Greer;S. Moorey;J. D. R. Baruch;M. Watson.
Psychological attributes of women who develop breast cancer: a controlled study.
S. Greer;Tina Morris.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (1975)
The Mini-MAC: Further Development of the Mental Adjustment to Cancer Scale
Maggie Watson;Matthew G. Law;Maria dos Santos;Steven Greer.
Journal of Psychosocial Oncology (1994)
Development of a questionnaire measure of emotional control.
Maggie Watson;Steven Greer.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (1983)
Relationships between emotional control, adjustment to cancer and depression and anxiety in breast cancer patients.
Maggie Watson;Steven Greer;Linda Rowden;Christine Gorman.
Psychological Medicine (1991)
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