This study aimed to determine the associations between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and cyberbullying victimization among a diverse sample of early adolescents.
The complexities of the sleep-pain relationship in adolescents: A critical review
We will highlight current methodological challenges for both sleep and pain assessments, explore the recent evidence for directionality in the sleep-pain relationship, review potential mechanisms and factors underlying the relationship, and provide direction for future investigations.
Parental knowledge/monitoring and adolescent substance use: A causal relationship?
We attempted to produce more rigorous evidence for a causal relation using a longitudinal design that took advantage of within-family fluctuations in knowledge/monitoring during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An international study of post-COVID sleep health
The aim of this study was to investigate sleep health in an international sample of individuals who reported previously testing positive for COVID-19.
Moderate, Little, or No Improvements in Neurobehavioral Symptoms among Individuals with Long COVID: A 34-Country Retrospective Study
The results highlight the importance of evaluating and treating neurobehavioral symptoms after COVID-19, especially targeting the higher-risk groups identified.
Sleep facilitates spatial memory but not navigation using the Minecraft Memory and Navigation task
We developed the Minecraft Memory and Navigation (MMN) task for the purpose of disentangling how spatial memory accuracy and navigation change over time, and to study sleep’s independent contributions to each.
Youth screen use in the ABCD® study
We describe methods by which the screen usage questionnaire was developed in the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study, demonstrate longitudinal changes in screen usage via child report and describe data harmonization baseline-year 2.
Earlier Bedtime and Effective Coping Skills Predict a Return to Low-Risk of Depression in Young Adults during the COVID-19 Pandemic
To determine the persistent effects of the pandemic on mental health in young adults, we categorized depressive symptom trajectories and sought factors that promoted a reduction in depressive symptoms in high-risk individuals.
A dataset reflecting the multidimensionality of insomnia symptomatology in adolescence using standardized questionnaires
Psychological and behavioral questionnaire data are provided for 95 adolescents (age range between 16-19 years, 62% female) with and without clinical or subclinical insomnia symptoms, determined from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5).