Screening and Connecting to Care

Article
Oct 2019

Racial and ethnic disparities in the identification of developmental and behavioral concerns in children are public health problems in the United States. Early identification of developmental delay using validated screening instruments provides a pathway to prevention and intervent...

Authors:

Bevan SL, Liu J, Wallis KE, Pinto-Martin JA

Article
Sep 2019

Universal screening is recommended to reduce the age of diagnosis for autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, there are insufficient data on children who screen negative and no study of outcomes from truly universal screening. With this study, we filled these gaps by examining th...

Authors:

Guthrie W, Wallis K, Bennett A, Brooks E, Dudley J, Gerdes M, Pandey J, Levy SE, Schultz RT, Miller JS

Apr 2019

Behavioral health issues during childhood and adolescence play out every day in homes, schools and health care settings, and are increasingly being highlighted on the national stage: the rise of youth suicide, increases in adolescent depression, social pressures, and many other cha...

Authors:

Boyd RC, Cavello L, Doupnik S, Mautone J, Timko CA, Williamson AA, Young JF

Article
Jan 2018

Traditionally, screening research tests how well a given symptom inventory can identify a concurrent depressive episode. Although developmental psychopathology could inform screening protocols for a myriad of depression outcomes (e.g., prospective depressive episodes), approaches t...

Authors:

Cohen JR, So FK, Hankin BL, Young JF

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