Our recent article entitled, “Social media use and internalizing symptoms during early adolescence: The role of co-rumination” was accepted in the Journal of Affective Disorders! See the Publications page for a list of all PANDA articles!
The PANDA article below has been selected for the Journal of Youth and Adolescence’s 2020 Emerging Scholar Best Article Award! Congratulations to Anna!!
Our PANDA article focusing on peer victimization and substance use was accepted in the Journal of Early Adolescence! Check it out on the Publications page!
Our recently published Psychology of Addictive Behaviors article focused on weight-based bullying and substance use was highlighted on the American Psychological Association website!
Sadly, SRA has been cancelled. We still are participating though. Check out our SRA presentations on the Presentations page!
Our recent article on vaping was accepted in Drug and Alcohol Dependence! Check it out on the Publications page!
We recently had three PANDA Project articles accepted for publication! Check out the Publications page to learn more!
Congratulations to Dr. Nicole Watkins for passing her dissertation defense in Learning and Developmental Studies at Indiana University. We are so happy for her!
The Center for Behavioral Health presented several posters at InCHIP’s Annual Meeting and Research Showcase! Click here to check out the presentations page.
Dr. Katie Newkirk is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Center for Behavioral Health at Connecticut Children’s. She earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2018 from the University of Massachusetts – Amherst, where she researched working parents’ mental health and relationships across the transition to parenthood, with attention to how employment factors and family processes during this life stage are related to parents’ mental health and children’s developmental outcomes. Her dissertation addressed how postpartum depression and comorbid anxiety are related to father involvement in childcare. Her research interests include parents’ mental health in the context of work and family life, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, family behavioral health integration with medical care, and trajectories of depression and anxiety at different points across the lifespan. Her current research focuses on parents’ work and adolescent mental health, and predictors of trajectories of depression and anxiety during adolescence and early adulthood. We are excited to have Dr. Newkirk join our team!