His scientific interests lie mostly in Clinical psychology, Internal medicine, Developmental psychology, Blood pressure and Reactivity. His Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Big Five personality traits and Psychiatry. Wolfgang Linden has researched Internal medicine in several fields, including Endocrinology and Depression.
The concepts of his Developmental psychology study are interwoven with issues in Dieting, Weight loss and Perseverative cognition. His work on Physiological Stress Reactivity as part of general Reactivity study is frequently linked to Physiological stress, Statistical processing and Stress recovery, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Distress research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Psychosocial and Anxiety.
Wolfgang Linden mainly investigates Clinical psychology, Blood pressure, Internal medicine, Developmental psychology and Depression. His Clinical psychology study also includes
Wolfgang Linden interconnects Stress reactivity, Cognition, Anger, Coping and Reactivity in the investigation of issues within Developmental psychology. The Physiological Stress Reactivity research he does as part of his general Stress reactivity study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Stress recovery, Statistical processing and Physiological stress, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Depression research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Meta-analysis, Cancer, Disease and Anxiety.
His primary areas of study are Depression, Clinical psychology, Cancer, Anxiety and Physical therapy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Meta-analysis, Prospective cohort study, Internal medicine, Cancer registry and Social support. His Internal medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychosocial, Gynecology and Oncology.
His work on Psychopathology as part of general Clinical psychology research is frequently linked to Neuropsychological assessment, bridging the gap between disciplines. His studies in Cancer integrate themes in fields like Pediatrics, Family medicine and Comorbidity. Anxiety is frequently linked to Distress in his study.
Wolfgang Linden mainly focuses on Depression, Cancer, Anxiety, Clinical psychology and Internal medicine. His Depression research incorporates themes from Meta-analysis, Prospective cohort study, Cohort study and Family medicine. His research integrates issues of Young adult and Physical therapy in his study of Cancer.
He has researched Anxiety in several fields, including Distress and Hazard ratio, Confidence interval. Wolfgang Linden conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Clinical psychology and Cross-sectional study. His research links Gynecology with Internal medicine.
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Social support interventions: do they work?
Brenda E Hogan;Wolfgang Linden;Bahman Najarian.
Clinical Psychology Review (2002)
Depression as a predictor of disease progression and mortality in cancer patients: a meta-analysis.
Jillian R. Satin;Wolfgang Linden;Melanie J. Phillips.
Psychosocial interventions for patients with coronary artery disease: a meta-analysis.
Wolfgang Linden;Carmen Stossel;Jeffrey Maurice.
JAMA Internal Medicine (1996)
Anxiety and depression after cancer diagnosis: Prevalence rates by cancer type, gender, and age
Wolfgang Linden;Wolfgang Linden;Andrea Vodermaier;Andrea Vodermaier;Regina MacKenzie;Duncan Greig.
Journal of Affective Disorders (2012)
Screening for Emotional Distress in Cancer Patients: A Systematic Review of Assessment Instruments
Andrea Vodermaier;Wolfgang Linden;Christopher Siu.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (2009)
PHYSIOLOGICAL STRESS REACTIVITY AND RECOVERY: CONCEPTUAL SIBLINGS SEPARATED AT BIRTH?
Wolfgang Linden;Wolfgang Linden;Wolfgang Linden;T. L. Earle;T. L. Earle;T. L. Earle;W. Gerin;W. Gerin;W. Gerin;N. Christenfeld;N. Christenfeld;N. Christenfeld.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (1997)
Toward a causal model of cardiovascular responses to stress and the development of cardiovascular disease.
Amy R. Schwartz;William Gerin;Karina W. Davidson;Thomas G. Pickering.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2003)
Getting the most out of cardiac rehabilitation: a review of referral and adherence predictors
Leila West Jackson;J. Leclerc;Y. Erskine;W. Linden.
Type D personality is related to cardiovascular and neuroendocrine reactivity to acute stress.
Martine E Habra;Wolfgang Linden;Jeremy C Anderson;Joanne Weinberg.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (2003)
Psychological treatment of cardiac patients: a meta-analysis
Wolfgang Linden;Melanie Jayne Phillips;Jocelyne Leclerc.
European Heart Journal (2007)
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