Archives by date
You are browsing the site archives by date.
Congratulations to Dr. Katerina Rnic, Dr. LeMoult, and collaborators for publishing their paper titled “Predicting recurrence of major depressive episodes using the Depression Implicit Association Test: A Canadian Biomarker Integration Network in Depression (CAN-BIND) Report” in the Psychiatry Research! Abstract: “Identifying clinically relevant predictors of depressive recurrence following treatment for Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is […]
Congrats to Ashley M. Battaglini, Bronwen Grocott, Ellen Jopling, Dr. Katerina Rnic, Dr. Alison Tracy, and Dr. Joelle LeMoult for this new publication! Abstract: In children and adults, individual differences in patterns of respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA; i.e., interactions between resting RSA and RSA reactivity to stress) have emerged as a central predictor of internalizing […]
Check out Jackson Hewitt and Bita Zareian’s new paper published in the Journal of Early Adolescence!
Congratulations to Jackson Hewitt, Bita Zareian, and Dr. LeMoult for publishing their paper titled “Assessing Anhedonia in Adolescents: The Psychometric Properties and Validity of the Dimensional Anhedonia Rating Scale” in the Journal of Early Adolescence. Abstract: “Adolescent anhedonia is a multidimensional construct defined as the loss of enjoyment or pleasure across multiple domains of life. […]
Congratulations to Ellen Jopling and collaborators for publishing their paper titled, “Discordance Indices of Stress Sensitivity and Trajectories of Internalizing Symptoms in Adolescence” in Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology! Abstract: “Psychiatric illness in adolescence is associated with long-term impairments, making it critical to identify predictors of adolescent psychiatric distress. Individual differences in stress sensitivity […]
Congratulations to Dr. Katerina Rnic and collaborators for publishing their paper titled, “Attentional Biases and their Push and Pull with Rumination and Co-Rumination is Based on Depressive Symptoms: a Prospective Study of Adolescents” in the Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology! Abstract: “Emotion regulation (ER) is central to adolescent mental health and wellbeing. However, the […]
This pre-print is titled, “Bipolar Spectrum Risk and Social Network Dimensions in Emerging Adults: Two Social Sides?” Abstract: “Bipolar spectrum disorders (BSDs) encompass severe and chronic mood disorders associated with social functioning difficulties. However, little work has examined more nuanced aspects of social functioning in BSDs. The present investigation recruited N=1,934 emerging adult college students […]
Check out Ellen Jopling and collaborators’ pre-print titled, “Understanding Resilience in Emerging Adults: An International, Multi-Site Study.”
Abstract: “Emerging adulthood is characterized by marked increases in vulnerability to psychiatric illness. As such, understanding how risk and protective factors function to promote, or impede, resilience during early adulthood is critical. This pre-registered work is the first to test four extant models of resilience among emerging adults. 1,075 participants drawn from four international university […]
Congratulations to Dr. LeMoult and collaborators for publishing their paper titled, “Biological Sensitivity to Adolescent-Parent Discrepancies in Perceived Parental Warmth” in Comprehensive Psychoneuroendocrinology! Abstract: “Introduction: Parenting behaviours are formative to the psychological development of young people; however, parent and adolescent perceptions of parenting are only moderately correlated with each other. Whereas discrepant perceptions may represent […]
Congratulations to Bronwen and collaborators for publishing their paper titled, “Do markers of daily affect mediate associations between interpretation bias and depressive symptoms? A longitudinal study of early adolescents” in the Journal of Adolescence! Abstract: “Introduction: Early adolescence represents a time of heightened vulnerability for depression. Negative interpretation biases have been associated with increases in […]
Congratulations to Ellen Jopling and collaborators for publishing their meta-analysis titled, “Childhood Adversity and the Cortisol Awakening Response in Depression: A Meta-Analysis” in the Journal of Mood and Anxiety Disorders. Abstract: “Although cortisol awakening response (CAR) dysregulation is frequently documented among individuals with depression, there is conflicting evidence regarding the direction and degree of dysregulation, which […]