Evidence-based Prevention and Treatment

Article
Jul 2018

Adolescence represents a vulnerable developmental period for depression and an opportune time for prevention efforts. In this study, 186 adolescents with elevated depressive symptoms (M age = 14.01, SD = 1.22; 66.7% female; 32.2% racial minority) were randomized to receive either I...

Authors:

Young JF, Jones JD, Sbrilli MD, Benas JS, Spiro CN, Haimm CA, Gallop R, Mufson L, Gillham JE

Article
Oct 2018

Despite interest in psychosocial vulnerabilities to depression, little is known about reliable and valid individualized risk profiles that can be used to match individuals to evidence-based interventions for depression. This study investigated well-established cognitive and interpe...

Authors:

Hankin BL, Young JF, Gallop R, Garber J 

Article
Feb 2018

This paper presents the first findings of an integrative data analysis of individual-level data from 19 adolescent depression prevention trials (n = 5210) involving nine distinct interventions across 2 years post-randomization. In separate papers, several interventions have been fo...

Authors:

Brown CH, Brincks A, Huang S, Perrino T, Cruden G, Pantin H, Howe G, Young JF, Beardslee W, Montag S, Sandler I

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