A new PANDA article entitled, “Bidirectional relationships between school connectedness and internalizing symptoms during early adolescence” was recently published online in the Journal of Early Adolescence. Check out the publications page for more details!
A new PANDA article entitled, “Social media use subgroups differentially predict psychosocial functioning in adolescents” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Youth and Adolescence! Check out the publications page for more information.
We just presented PANDA posters at UConn’s Center for mHealth and Social Media Conference… and won first place for one of our posters, thanks to Tess and Anna!
We recently returned from presenting at the Society for Research in Child Development meeting in Baltimore, MD. Click here to view our presentations!
Congratulations to Dr. Courtney Lincoln for receiving her Ph.D. in Human Development & Family Studies from the University of Connecticut! Courtney is now working as a post-doctoral fellow at the Yale University Child Study Center. We will miss her at the Center for Behavioral Health!
A new PANDA article about the association between self-competence and depressive symptoms has been accepted for publication! The article entitled, “A closer examination of the temporal relationship between self-competence and depressive symptoms during early adolescence” is now in press in the Journal of Early Adolescence. Check out the publications page for more information!