Author Archives: PANDA Project

SRA 2018!

We have just returned from presenting our research at the Society for Research on Adolescence conference in snowy Minneapolis! Check out our presentations on the presentations page!

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AAP presentation receives award!

Kelly Nedorostek recently received the Connecticut Academy of Family Practice Award for her poster that she presented based on AAP data at UConn’s Medical/Dental Student Scientific Research Day. The PDF of the poster can be found here.

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Link to new AAP article available!

The new AAP article, published in the Journal of Adolescence, entitled, “Family functioning and adolescent internalizing symptoms: A latent profile analysis” is available online here until April 21, 2018! Be sure to check it out!

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AAP article accepted for publication in Developmental Psychology!

Laura Finan’s dissertation, using AAP data, has just been accepted for publication in Developmental Psychology! The dissertation is entitled, “Trajectories of depressive symptoms from adolescence to emerging adulthood: the influence of parents, peers, and siblings.” Please check out the Publications page … Continue reading

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AAP dissertation frequently downloaded!

Dr. Jessica Schulz used the AAP data for her dissertation at University of Delaware. Her dissertation titled “Social Media Use and Depression in Emerging Adults” was recently recognized as one of the most downloaded dissertations. In November of 2017, it … Continue reading

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Family Medical Education Consortium 2017 Presentations

Ainsley Backman and Ashley Trinh presented the latest AAP findings at the Family Medical Education Consortium in Cleveland, OH. Check out our posters on the Presentations page!

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Link to recent AAP article available!

The AAP article entitled, Body Image Dissatisfaction and Anxiety Trajectories During Adolescence is now available online. Be sure to take a look!

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