The results are in, and in recognition of the success of our three journals, the JCPP, the CAMH and JCPP Advances, we are proud to present the top 10 most downloaded papers for each journal, published in 2021, as of 8 December 2021.
ACAMH would like to offer our sincere gratitude to all our peer reviewers, paper authors, and members for contributing to the ongoing success of ACAMH’s journals. We look forward to the new year and continuing to work towards our vision of ‘Sharing best evidence, improving practice’.
JCPP Top 10 Downloaded Papers
- Free Access – ‘Prospective impact of COVID-19 on mental health functioning in adolescents with and without ADHD: protective role of emotion regulation abilities’ by Rosanna Breaux, Melissa R. Dvorsky, Nicholas P. Marsh, Cathrin D. Green, Annah R. Cash, Delshad M. Shroff, Natalie Buchen, Joshua M. Langberg, & Stephen P. Becker
- 7 minute video abstract with Dr. Rosanna Breaux
- Open Access – Commentary: Does ‘cry it out’ really have no adverse effects on attachment? Reflections on Bilgin and Wolke (2020) by Abi M. B. Davis, & Robin S. S. Kramer
- Open Access – Annual Research Review: The transdiagnostic revolution in neurodevelopmental disorders by Duncan E. Astle, Joni Holmes, Rogier Kievit, & Susan E. Gathercole
- Open Access – Annual Research Review: Immersive virtual reality and digital applied gaming interventions for the treatment of mental health problems in children and young people: the need for rigorous treatment development and clinical evaluation by Brynjar Halldorsson, Claire Hill, Polly Waite, Kate Partridge, Daniel Freeman, & Cathy Creswell
- Open Access – Effects of methylphenidate on executive functioning in children and adolescents with ADHD after long-term use: a randomized, placebo-controlled discontinuation study by Paul T. Rosenau, Thaïra J. C. Openneer, Anne-Flore M. Matthijssen, Gigi H. H. van de Loo-Neus, Jan K. Buitelaar, Barbara J. van den Hoofdakker, Pieter J. Hoekstra, & Andrea Dietrich
- Open Access – Ethical dimensions of translational developmental neuroscience research in autism by Arianna Manzini, Emily J.H. Jones, Tony Charman, Mayada Elsabbagh, Mark H. Johnson, & Ilina Singh
- Open Access – Early language screening and intervention can be delivered successfully at scale: evidence from a cluster randomized controlled trial by Gillian West, Margaret J. Snowling, Arne Lervåg, Elizabeth Buchanan-Worster, Mihaela Duta, Alexandra Hall, Henrietta McLachlan, & Charles Hulme
- ‘Delivering early language screening and intervention at scale’ – CAMHS around the Campfire with Gillian West
- Open Access – Analysis of structural brain asymmetries in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in 39 datasets by Merel C. Postema et al.
- Open Access – A randomised controlled trial (MindChamp) of a mindfulness-based intervention for children with ADHD and their parents by Nienke M. Siebelink, Susan M. Bögels, Anne E. M. Speckens, Janneke T. Dammers, Thomas Wolfers, Jan K. Buitelaar, & Corina U. Greven
CAMH Top 10 Downloaded Papers
- Free Access – Review: Mental health impacts of the COVID‐19 pandemic on children and youth – a systematic review by Hasina Samji, Judy Wu, Amilya Ladak, Caralyn Vossen, Evelyn S. Stewart, Naomi Dove, David Long, & Gaelen Snell
- Open Access – Editorial Perspective: Cabin fever – the impact of lockdown on children and young people by Paul Crawford
- Open Access – Debate: Is there a true global children and young people’s mental health crisis, fact or fiction? by Tamsin Ford, & Lauren Cross
- ‘Mental Wellbeing in Schools, and the Global Mental Health Crisis’ podcast with Lauren Cross
- Open Access – Self-harm as the first presentation of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in adolescents by John Headley Ward, & Sarah Curran
- Open Access – Debate: Behavioural addictions and technology use – risk and policy recommendations for problematic online gambling and gaming by Daria Kuss, & Sally Gainsbury
- Open Access – ‘The world somehow stopped moving’: impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on adolescent psychiatric outpatients and the implementation of teletherapy by Mercedes M. Huscsava, Christian Scharinger, Paul L. Plener, & Oswald D. Kothgassner
- Free Access – Debate: The toll of the COVID-19 pandemic on children’s risk for suicidal thoughts and behaviors by Nadine M. Melhem, & David A. Brent
- Open Access – How are parenting practices associated with bullying in adolescents? A cross-sectional study by Ana Pascual-Sanchez, Ainoa Mateu, Maria Martinez-Herves, Nicole Hickey, Tami Kramer, & Dasha Nicholls
- ‘How are parenting practices associated with bullying in adolescents?’ – CAMHS around the Campfire with Ana Pascual-Sanchez
- Free Access – Editorial Perspective: A call to collective action – improving the implementation of evidence in children and young people’s mental health by Tim Clarke, & Melanie Barwick
- Free Access – Editorial: Evidence, policy and practice – gold standard, good enough or doing it differently? by Bernadka Dubicka
JCPP Advances Top 10 Downloaded Papers
- Open Access – Acetaminophen use during pregnancy and offspring attention deficit hyperactivity disorder – a longitudinal sibling control study by Kristin Gustavson et al.
- Open Access – How did the mental health symptoms of children and adolescents change over early lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK? by Polly Waite, Samantha Pearcey, Adrienne Shum, Jasmine A. L. Raw, Praveetha Patalay, & Cathy Creswell
- ‘Mental Health in Lockdown and its Impact on Children, Adolescents and Families’ podcast with Dr. Polly Waite
- Open Access – Understanding why the COVID-19 pandemic-related lockdown increases mental health difficulties in vulnerable young children by Dolapo Adegboye, Ffion Williams, Stephan Collishaw, Katherine Shelton, Kate Langley, Christopher Hobson, Daniel Burley, & Stephanie van Goozen
- ‘Increased mental health difficulties in vulnerable children during lockdown’ podcast with Dolapo Adegboye
- Open Access – COVID-19 partial school closures and mental health problems: A cross-sectional survey of 11,000 adolescents to determine those most at risk by Karen L. Mansfield, Danielle Newby, Emma Soneson, Nemanja Vaci, Christoph Jindra, Galit Geulayov, John Gallacher, & Mina Fazel
- ‘The Mental Health Impact of COVID-19 School Closures’ podcast with Dr. Karen Mansfield, & Associate Professor Mina Fazel
- ‘COVID & the impact on Mental Health of School Closures’ – CAMHS around the Campfire with Dr. Karen Mansfield
- Open Access – Adolescent well-being amid the COVID-19 pandemic: Are girls struggling more than boys? by Thorhildur Halldorsdottir, Ingibjorg Eva Thorisdottir, Caine C. A. Meyers, Bryndis Bjork Asgeirsdottir, Alfgeir Logi Kristjansson, Heiddis B. Valdimarsdottir, John P. Allegrante, & Inga Dora Sigfusdottir
- ‘Adolescent well-being amid the COVID-19 pandemic’ podcast with Dr. Thorhildur Halldorsdottir
- Open Access – Well-being and COVID-19-related worries of German children and adolescents: A longitudinal study from pre-COVID to the end of lockdown in Spring 2020 by Mandy Vogel, Christof Meigen, Carolin Sobek, Peggy Ober, Ulrike Igel, Antje Körner, Wieland Kiess, & Tanja Poulain
- ‘Wellbeing, COVID-19 & Worries of German CYP’ podcast with Dr. Tanya Poulain & Dr. Mandy Vogel
- Open Access – Interplay between long-term vulnerability and new risk: Young adolescent and maternal mental health immediately before and during the COVID-19 pandemic by Nicola Wright, Jonathan Hill, Helen Sharp, & Andrew Pickles
- ‘Adolescent and maternal mental health before and during the pandemic’ podcast with Dr. Nicola Wright
- Open Access – Prevalence of clinical-level emotional/behavioral problems in schoolchildren during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic in Japan: A prospective cohort study by Fumito Takahashi, & Hideo Honda
- Open Access – Relative age and specific learning disorder diagnoses: A Finnish population-based cohort study by Bianca Arrhenius, David Gyllenberg, Miika Vuori, Elina Tiiri, Lotta Lempinen, & Andre Sourander
- ‘Relative Age and Specific Learning Disorder Diagnosis’ podcast with Dr. Bianca Arrhenius
- Open Access – Prediction models for child and adolescent mental health: A systematic review of methodology and reporting in recent research by Morwenna Senior, Thomas Fanshawe, Mina Fazel, & Seena Fazel
Thank you so much! This is one of the best Christmas presents I received this year!
Very kind. Happy New Year!