CCFW’s team published this article in Frontiers in Psychology. While appraisal and coping are known to impact adolescent psychopathology, more vulnerable or resilient responses to stress may depend on individual temperament. This study examined early life temperament as a moderator of the prospective relations of pre-adolescent appraisal and coping with adolescent psychopathology.
The Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology (JCCAP) has accepted an abstract from CCFW’s research team. The abstract, entitled Supporting the Well-being of Early Learning Providers with a Mindfulness and Coping Program, by Robyn Long, Katie Malloy Spink, & Liliana J. Lengua, will be a part of the Future Directions Forum, a virtual series hosted online July – December 2022.
CCFW Director, Dr. Liliana Lengua’s research publication on Social Science & Medicine (1967).
These primers developed by the Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education provide information for classroom teachers to help them identify behaviors in the classroom that are symptomatic of mental health and other psychological issues, with the goal of directing teachers to appropriate resources for the students.
This study examined bidirectional relations between television exposure and effortful control accounting for the effects of family contextual risk factors.
A new research article on how access to “green space” may affect child mental health. This article is a product of collaboration across disciplines, something CCFW aims to encourage and contribute to. Authored by Jessica Acolin, UW School of Public Health in collaboration with Anjum Hajat, UW School of Public Health, Paula Nurius, UW School of Social Work, and CCFW Director, Liliana Lengua, UW Department of Psychology.