Evidence-based Prevention and Treatment

PolicyLab responded to a request for information from the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance regarding policy proposals to address unmet mental health needs.  In this response, PolicyLab experts answer questions, such as “how should shortages of providers specializing in children’s ...

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Young J, Pennotti R, Rosenquist R

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Oct 2021

We identified common and unique barriers and facilitators of evidence-based suicide prevention practices across primary care practices with integrated behavioral health services and specialty mental health settings to identify generalizable strategies for enhancing future implement...

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Davis M, Siegel J, Becker-Haimes EM, Jager-Hyman S, Beidas BS, Young JF, Wislocki K, Futterer A, Mautone JA, Buttenheim AM, Mandell DS, Marx D, Benjamin Wolk C

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Jul 2021

Negative emotionality (NE) and multiple cognitive vulnerabilities (CVs) (negative inferential style, brooding, self-criticism, dependency, dysfunctional attitudes) independently predict internalizing outcomes. The present study examined whether NE and CVs could be structurally inte...

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Schweizer TH, Snyder HR, Young JF, Hankin BL

Article
Apr 2021

Behavioral interventions are well established treatments for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). However, insight into moderators of treatment outcome is limited. We conducted an individual participant data meta-analysis [IPDMA], including data of randomi...

Authors:

Groenman AP, Hornstra R, Hoekstra PJ, Steenhuis L, Aghebati A, Boyer BE, Buitelaar JK, Chronis-Tuscano A, Daley D,  Dehkordian P, Dvorsky M, Franke N, DuPaul GJ, Gershy N, Harvey E, Hennig T, Herbert S, Langberg J, Mautone JA,  Mikami AY, Pfiffner LJ, Power TJ, Reijneveld SA, Schramm SA, Schweitzer JB, Sibley MH, Sonuga-Barke E, Thompson C, Thompson M, Webster-Stratton C, Xie Y, Luman M, van der Oord S, van den Hoofdakker BJ

Article
Nov 2020

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate whether evidence-based depression prevention programs can be optimized by matching youth to interventions that address their psychosocial vulnerabilities. METHOD: This randomized controlled trial included 204 adolescents (M = 14.26 years, SD = 1.65; 56.4% fem...

Authors:

Young JF, Jones JD, Gallop R, Benas JS, Schueler CM, Garber J, Hankin BL

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