McCarthy, M., Homel, J., Ogilvie, J., & Allard, T. (2021). Initial impacts of COVID-19 on youth offending: An exploration of differences across communities. Journal of Criminology, 54(3), 323–343.
Feinberg, M. E., Fang, S., Fosco, G. M., Sloan, C. J., Mogle, J., & Spoth, R. L. (2022). Long-term Effects of Adolescent Substance Use Prevention on Participants, Partners, and their Children: Resiliency and Outcomes 15 Years Later During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Prevention Science, Prépublication.
Whiteman, S. D., Maiya, S., Cassinat, J. R., Serang, S., Kelly, B. C., Mustillo, S. A., & Maggs, J. L. (2022). Sibling influences on adolescent alcohol use during the spring 2020 COVID-19 pandemic shutdown. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors: Journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors, Prépublication.
Markoulakis, R., Da Silva, A., Kodeeswaran, S., & Levitt, A. (2022). Youth mental health and/or addiction concerns and service needs during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative exploration of caregiver experiences and perspectives. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, 16(1), 35.
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Gassman-Pines, A., Ananat, E. O., Fitz-Henley, J. I., & Leer, J. (2022). Effect of daily school and care disruptions during the COVID-19 pandemic on child behavior problems. Developmental Psychology, Prepublication.
MacGregor, J. C. D., Burd, C., Mantler, T., McLean, I., Veenendaal, J., Rodger, S., Wathen, C. N., & Violence Against Women Services in a Pandemic Research Team. (2022). Experiences of Women Accessing Violence Against Women Outreach Services in Canada During the COVID-19 Pandemic: a Brief Report. Journal of Family Violence, Prepublication.
Wong, B. H., Vaezinejad, M., Plener, P. L., Mehdi, T., Romaniuk, L., Barrett, E., Hussain, H., Lloyd, A., Tolmac, J., Rao, M., Chakrabarti, S., Carucci, S., Moghraby, O. S., Elvins, R., Rozali, F., Skouta, E., McNicholas, F., Baig, B., Stevanovic, D., … Ougrin, D. (2022). Lockdown stringency and paediatric self-harm presentations during COVID-19 pandemic: retrospective cohort study. BJPsych Open, 8(2).
Wake, A. D., & Kandula, U. R. (2022). The global prevalence and its associated factors toward domestic violence against women and children during COVID-19 pandemic—“The shadow pandemic”: A review of cross-sectional studies. Women’s Health, 18, 17455057221095536.
Wilkinson, D., Price, J., & Crossley, C. (2022). Developing creative methodologies: using lyric writing to capture young peoples’ experiences of the youth offending services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, Prepublication.
Burgard, S. S. C., Liber, J. M., Geurts, S. M., & Koning, I. M. (2022). Youth Sensitivity in a Pandemic: The Relationship Between Sensory Processing Sensitivity, Internalizing Problems, COVID-19 and Parenting. Journal of Child and Family Studies, Prepublication.
McNeil, A., Hicks, L., Yalcinoz-Ucan, B., & Browne, D. T. (2022). Prevalence & Correlates of Intimate Partner Violence During COVID-19: A Rapid Review. Journal of Family Violence, Prepublication.
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Panovska-Griffiths, J., Szilassy, E., Johnson, M., Dixon, S., De Simoni, A., Wileman, V., Dowrick, A., Emsley, E., Griffiths, C., Barbosa, E. C., & Feder, G. (2022). Impact of the first national COVID-19 lockdown on referral of women experiencing domestic violence and abuse in England and Wales. BMC Public Health, 22(1), 504.
Pérez, Y. M., Gama, A., Pedro, A. R., de Carvalho, M. J. L., Guerreiro, A. E., Duarte, V., Quintas, J., Aguiar, P., Keygnaert, I., & Dias, S. (2022). The links of stress, substance use and socio-demographic factors with domestic violence during the Covid-19 pandemic in Portugal. Journal of Public Health (Oxford, England), Prépublication, fdac024.
Baffsky, R., Beek, K., Wayland, S., Shanthosh, J., Henry, A., & Cullen, P. (2022). “The real pandemic’s been there forever”: qualitative perspectives of domestic and family violence workforce in Australia during COVID-19. BMC Health Services Research, 22(1), 337.
Pelladeau, É., Marchand, J.-B., Styblinski, P., Mouillot, K., Jadot, V., & Roques, M. (2022). Violences conjugales, analyse du lien violent à l’épreuve du confinement. Annales Médico-psychologiques, revue psychiatrique, Prepublication.
Craig, S. G. (2022). Canadian adolescents’ mental health and substance use during the COVID-19 pandemic: Associations with COVID-19 stressors. There Have Been Significant Concerns Regarding the Mental Health Impact of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Due to Isolation, Anxiety around the Pandemic, and Increased Conflict in the Home. The Purpose of This Study Was to Examine the Rates of Mental Health Symptoms of Clinical Concern and Substance Use, and to Assess Which COVID-19 Related Stressors Were Predictors of These Symptoms and Substance Use in a Large Canadian Sample of Adolescents, with Comparisons across Genders. Participants (N = 809, Mage = 15.67, SD = 1.37) Identified as a Girl (56.2%), Boy (38.7%), or Trans/Nonbinary Individuals (TNBI; 5.1%) and Were Recruited via Social Media to Complete an Online Survey. A High Proportion of Adolescents Reported Symptoms of Clinical Concern for Depression (51%), Anxiety (39%), and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (45%). Other Mental Health Problems Ranged from 9% to 20%. Adolescents Were Mainly Concerned with the Health of Family Members and Vulnerable Populations, as Well as the Increased Family Stress at Home during COVID-19. Rates of Substance Use Were Higher than Expected, with over 50% of Youth Engaging in Some Form of Substance Use in the Past 90 Days, and Almost 20% Engaging in Substance Use at Least Once a Week. TNBI and Girls Reported Higher Rates of Mental Health Problems Compared to Boys. Family Stress Due to Confinement and Violence at Home Predicted Higher Mental Health Symptoms, but Not Substance Use Problems. Increased Rates of Mental Health Problems and Substance Use Necessitate Targeted Supports That Encourage Positive Coping amidst the Additional Stresses of COVID-19., Prepublication.
Trucco, E. M., Fallah-Sohy, N., Hartmann, S. A., Cristello, J. V., Comer, J. S., & Sutherland, M. T. (2022). The Impact of COVID-19 Experiences on Adolescent Internalizing Problems and Substance Use Among a Predominantly Latinx Sample. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, Prépublication.
Mayfield, B. L., & Fogger, S. A. (2022). Risk Reduction Strategies for Adolescent Cannabis Use Considering COVID-19 Stressors. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 33(1), 45–50.
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Liu, S., Wang, X., Zou, S., & Wu, X. (2022). Adolescent problematic Internet use and parental involvement: The chain mediating effects of parenting stress and parental expectations across early, middle, and late adolescence. Family Process, Prepublication(n/a).
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Rai, A., Choi, Y. J., Cho, S., Das, U., Tamayo, J., & Menon, G. M. (2021). “#Domestic Violence Isn’t Stopping for Coronavirus …….”: Intimate Partner Violence Conversations on Twitter during the Early Days of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 19(1), 108–128.
Petersson, C. C., & Hansson, K. (2022). Social Work Responses to Domestic Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Experiences and Perspectives of Professionals at Women’s Shelters in Sweden. Clinical Social Work Journal, Prepublication, 1–12.
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Leigh, J. K., Peña, L. D., Anurudran, A., & Pai, A. (2022). “Are you safe to talk?”: Perspectives of Service Providers on Experiences of Domestic Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Family Violence, Prepublication.
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Hails, K. A., Petts, R. A., Hostutler, C. A., Simoni, M., Greene, R., Snider, T. C., & Riley, A. R. (2021). COVID-19 distress, negative parenting, and child behavioral problems: The moderating role of parent adverse childhood experiences. Child Abuse & Neglect, Prepublication, 105450.
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Cao, S., Dong, C., & Li, H. (2021). Digital parenting during the COVID-19 lockdowns: how Chinese parents viewed and mediated young children’s digital use. Early Child Development and Care, Prepublication(0), 1–16.
Runkle, J. D., Yadav, S., Michael, K., Green, S., Weiser, J., & Sugg, M. M. (2022). Crisis Response and Suicidal Patterns in U.S. Youth Before and During COVID-19: A Latent Class Analysis. Journal of Adolescent Health, 70(1), 48–56.
Masonbrink, A., Middlebrooks, L., Gooding, H. C., Abella, M., Hall, M., Burger, R. K., & Goyal, M. K. (2021). Substance Use Disorder Visits among Adolescents at Children’s Hospitals During COVID-19. Journal of Adolescent Health, Prépublication.
Valdez-Santiago, R., Villalobos, A., Arenas-Monreal, L., González-Forteza, C., Hermosillo-de-la-Torre, A. E., Benjet, C., & Wagner, F. A. (2022). Comparison of suicide attempts among nationally representative samples of Mexican adolescents 12 months before and after the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Journal of Affective Disorders, 298, 65–68.
Zetterqvist, M., Jonsson, L. S., Landberg, Å., & Svedin, C. G. (2021). A potential increase in adolescent nonsuicidal self-injury during covid-19: A comparison of data from three different time points during 2011 – 2021. Psychiatry Research, 305, 114208.
van Loon, A. W. G., Creemers, H. E., Vogelaar, S., Miers, A. C., Saab, N., Westenberg, P. M., & Asscher, J. J. (2021). Prepandemic Risk Factors of COVID-19-Related Concerns in Adolescents During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 31(3), 531–545.
Kamaşak, T., Topbaş, M., Ozen, N., Esenülkü, G., Yıldız, N., Şahin, S., Acar Arslan, E., Çil, E., Kart, P. Ö., & Cansu, A. (2021). An Investigation of Changing Attitudes and Behaviors and Problematic Internet Use in Children Aged 8 to 17 Years During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Clinical Pediatrics, Prepublication, 00099228211065842.
Richter, L., & Vuolo, L. (2021). The Importance of Restricting Youth Access to Marijuana in the Age of Legalization: Lessons Learned From Tobacco Control Efforts and COVID-19 Restrictions. Journal of Adolescent Health, 69(4), 538–539.
Wiguna, T., Minayati, K., Kaligis, F., Ismail, R. I., Wijaya, E., Murtani, B. J., & Pradana, K. (2021). The Effect of Cyberbullying, Abuse, and Screen Time on Non-suicidal Self-Injury Among Adolescents During the Pandemic: A Perspective From the Mediating Role of Stress. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 12, 2038.
Clark, D., & Jordan, R. (2021). Recognizing Resilience: Exploring the Impacts of COVID-19 on Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence. Gender Issues, Prépublication, 1–15.
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Dollberg, D. G., Hanetz-Gamliel, K., & Levy, S. (2021). COVID-19, child’s behavior problems, and mother’s anxiety and mentalization: A mediated moderation model. Current Psychology, Prepublication.
Laufer, A., & Bitton, M. S. (2021). Parents’ Perceptions of Children’s Behavioral Difficulties and the Parent–Child Interaction During the COVID-19 Lockdown. Journal of Family Issues, Prépublication, 0192513X211054460.
Matthews, A., Kramer, R. A., Peterson, C. M., & Mitan, L. (2021). Higher admission and rapid readmission rates among medically hospitalized youth with anorexia nervosa/atypical anorexia nervosa during COVID-19. Eating Behaviors, 43, 101573.
Katzman, D. K. (2021). The COVID-19 Pandemic and Eating Disorders: A Wake-Up Call for the Future of Eating Disorders Among Adolescents and Young Adults. Journal of Adolescent Health, 69(4), 535–537.
Ballarotto, G., Marzilli, E., Cerniglia, L., Cimino, S., & Tambelli, R. (2021). How Does Psychological Distress Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Internet Addiction and Instagram Addiction in Emerging Adults? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(21), 11382.