Author Archives: PANDA Project

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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Link to full-text article available!

The AAP article entitled, BMI z-scores and weight status predict conduct disorder symptoms in adolescents is available online in the Journal of Adolescent Health until December 9, 2017. Be sure to check it out!

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Our research on social media recently was featured in TIME Magazine!

To see the article, click here!

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SSHD 2017 AAP Presentations

  We have just returned from Providence, where we presented our latest AAP findings at the Society for the Study of Human Development conference. Check out our posters on the Presentations page!

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New AAP article published in the Journal of Affective Disorders!

A new AAP article was published in the Journal of Affective Disorders entitled, Video game play and anxiety during adolescence:  The moderating effects of gender and social context. For a list of all AAP publications, please visit the Publications page.

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New AAP article in press in Journal of Adolescent Health!

Our new AAP article entitled, Using Time-Varying Affect Modeling to examine age-varying gender differences in coping throughout adolescence and emerging adulthood is in press in the Journal of Adolescent Health. For a list of all AAP publications, please visit the Publications page.

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