A new PANDA article entitled, “Perceived stress moderates the impact of internalizing symptoms on family functioning in early adolescence” was accepted for publication in the Journal of Early Adolescence. Check out the publications page for more information!
Emily Simpson has just returned from presenting a lightning talk at the National Council on Family Relations annual conference in San Diego, CA! Be sure to take a look at her PANDA Project presentation and others by clicking here.
We have just returned from presenting our research at the Society for Research on Adolescence conference in snowy Minneapolis! Check out the posters we presented on the presentations page!
The first PANDA project publication has been accepted and is now in press in the International Journal of Eating Disorders. The article is entitled “Psychometric properties of the Brief Loss of Control Over Eating Scale (LOCES-B) in early adolescents.” Check back soon for a link to the publication!
Welcome to the PANDA Project website! The PANDA Project was designed to help us learn more about adolescents’ adjustment and development. Schools from Connecticut and Massachusetts were chosen to participate in this study. We hope that you find this site useful. Feel free to explore and learn more about the PANDA Project at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Thanks for stopping in.