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An Evaluative Review of Outcome Research on Universal Mental Health Promotion and Prevention Programs for Higher Education Students
In comparing different intervention strategies, mindfulness training and cognitive-behavioral techniques appear to be the most effective, suggesting the potential for exposing higher education students to skill training through routine curricula offerings. Expand
A Closer Look at Self-Esteem, Perceived Social Support, and Coping Strategy: A Prospective Study of Depressive Symptomatology Across the Transition to College
The first year of college is a significant life transition, which is often characterized by stress and may contribute to the development or exacerbation of depressive symptoms. Due to theExpand
Negotiating the Transition to College
The transition to college, which for the majority of youth coincides with the transition to emerging adulthood, is stressful and disruptive. Using latent growth curve modeling (LGM), this studyExpand
Relations of Parenting to Adolescent Externalizing and Internalizing Distress Moderated by Perception of Neighborhood Danger
Adolescents' perceptions of neighborhood danger emerged as equally strong as monitoring and warmth in predicting symptoms, and associations between parental monitoring and children's externalizing behaviors along with linear and quadratic associations between parent monitoring and internalizing behaviors were indicated. Expand
The relationship of person-specific eveningness chronotype, greater seasonality, and less rhythmicity to suicidal behavior: A literature review.
A relationship between an eveningness chronotype, greater seasonality, and decreased rhythmicity with suicidal thoughts and behaviors in those with unipolar depression, as well as in other psychiatric disorders and in children/adolescents is supported. Expand
Does the Hospital Predict Readmission? A Multi-level Survival Analysis Approach
The results support the perspective that hospital outcomes are best operationalized using variables tied more directly to the inpatient episode (e.g., LOS, reductions in acuity). Expand
The Impact of Kinship Networks on Foster Care Children's Outcomes
Objective: To identify different kin and fictive kin network support profiles available to children in foster care and examine whether these profiles predict behavioral outcomes. Background: For kidsExpand
Inflammation, circadian rest-activity rhythms, and behavioral sequelae of chronic graft-versus-host disease
Chronic graft-versus-host-disease (cGVHD) is a common complication of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation that involves alloegeneic and autoimmune dysregulation affecting multiple organ systems.Expand
An exploratory analysis of the association of circadian rhythm dysregulation and insomnia with suicidal ideation over the course of treatment in individuals with depression, insomnia and suicidal
Self-reported delays in sleep timing, objectively lower activity levels, and self-reported insomnia severity correlated independently to greater suicidal ideation in those with depression, insomnia, and suicidality. Expand