2022 Top 10 Downloaded Journal Papers

After another successful year for our three journals, the Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry (JCPP), the Child & Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) journal, and JCPP Advances, we are proud to present the top 10 most downloaded papers for each journal, published in 2022, as of 25 November 2022.

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 CommentaryADHD in girls and women: a call to action – reflections on Hinshaw et al. (2021)‘ by Andrea Chronis-Tuscano (Volume 63, Issue 4)


  • Open Access Editorial Perspective: Are treatments for childhood mental disorders helpful in the long run? An overview of systematic reviews‘ by Annelieke M. Roest, Ymkje Anna de Vries, Albert W. Wienen, and Peter de Jonge (Early View)


  • Open AccessMental health and social difficulties of late-diagnosed autistic children, across childhood and adolescence’ by Will Mandy, Emily Midouhas, Mariko Hosozawa, Noriko Cable, Amanda Sacker, and Eirini Flouri (Volume 63, Issue 11)
    • Podcast with Professor Will Mandy on ‘Late-diagnosed Autistic Children: Mental Health & Social Difficulties’


  • Open AccessDevelopment of morning–eveningness in adolescence: implications for brain development and psychopathology‘ by Rebecca Cooper, Maria A. Di Biase, Bei Bei, Nicholas B. Allen, Orli Schwartz, Sarah Whittle, and Vanessa Cropley (Early View)


  • Open AccessPredictors of language regression and its association with subsequent communication development in children with autism‘ by Andrew Pickles, Nicola Wright, Rachael Bedford, Mandy Steiman, Eric Duku, Teresa Bennett, Stelios Georgiades, Connor M. Kerns, Pat Mirenda, Isabel M. Smith, Wendy J. Ungar, Tracy Vaillancourt, Charlotte Waddell, Anat Zaidman-Zait, Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, Peter Szatmari, Mayada Elsabbagh, and Pathways in ASD Study Team (Volume 63, Issue 11)
    • Podcast with Dr. Mandy Steiman on ‘Language Regression, Communication Development, and Autism’


  • Open AccessMother’s and children’s ADHD genetic risk, household chaos and children’s ADHD symptoms: A gene–environment correlation study‘ by Jessica C. Agnew-Blais, Jasmin Wertz, Louise Arseneault, Daniel W. Belsky, Andrea Danese, Jean-Baptiste Pingault, Guilherme V. Polanczyk, Karen Sugden, Benjamin Williams, and Terrie E. Moffitt (Volume 63, Issue 10)


  • Open Access ‘Immediate impact of child maltreatment on mental, developmental, and physical health trajectories’ by Sibylle M. Winter, Katja Dittrich, Peggy Dörr, Judith Overfeld, Imke Moebus, Elena Murray, Gergana Karaboycheva, Christian Zimmermann, Andrea Knop, Manuel Voelkle, Sonja Entringer, Claudia Buss, John-Dylan Haynes, Elisabeth B. Binder, and Christine Heim (Volume 63, Issue 9)


  • Open Access Annual Research Review: Perspectives on progress in ADHD science – from characterization to cause’ by Edmund J.S. Sonuga-Barke, Stephen P. Becker, Sven Bölte, Francisco Xavier Castellanos, Barbara Franke, Jeffrey H. Newcorn, Joel T. Nigg, Luis Augusto Rohde, and Emily Simonoff (Early View)


  • Open Access Annual Research Review: Translational machine learning for child and adolescent psychiatry‘ by Dominic Dwyer, and Nikolaos Koutsouleris (Volume 63, Issue 4)


  • Open AccessResearch Review: The effect of school-based suicide prevention on suicidal ideation and suicide attempts and the role of intervention and contextual factors among adolescents: a meta-analysis and meta-regression‘ by Eibhlin H. Walsh, Jennifer McMahon, and Matthew P. Herring (Volume 63, Issue 8)

CAMH Top 10 Downloaded Papers

  • Open Access ‘Commentary: Bringing together lived experience, clinical and research expertise – a commentary on the May 2022 debate (should CAMH professionals be diagnosing personality disorder in adolescence?)’ by Samantha Hartley, Charley Baker, Michael Birtwhistle, Jennifer L. Burgess, Eleanor Chatburn, Laurence Cobbaert, Maddie Howley, Charlotte Huggett, Charlie MacKenzie-Nash, Alice Newton, Sarah Parry, Jee Smith, Christopher D. J. Taylor, Peter James Taylor, and Robyn Timoclea (Volume 27, Issue 3)


  • Open Access ‘Review: School-based interventions to improve mental health literacy and reduce mental health stigma – a systematic review’ by Karen Kei Yan Ma, Joanna K. Anderson, and Anne-Marie Burn (Early View)


  • Open Access DEBATE: The inevitable decline of mindfulness’ by Miguel Farias (Volume 27, Issue 4)


  • Free Access COVID-related distress, mental health, and substance use in adolescents and young adults‘ by Andrea C. Villanti, S. Elisha LePine, Catherine Peasley-Miklus, Julia C. West, Maria Roemhildt, Rhonda Williams, and William E. Copeland (Volume 27, Issue 2)


  • Open AccessDebate: Young people with personality disorder should be recognised and appropriately managed‘ by Peter Tyrer (Volume 27, Issue 2)


  • Narrative Matters: Encanto and intergenerational trauma‘ by Sydney Conroy (Volume 27, Issue 3) ACAMH members can read the full paper.


  • Open Access ‘Life problems in children and adolescents who self-harm: findings from the multicentre study of self-harm in England’ by Ellen Townsend, Jennifer Ness, Keith Waters, Muzamal Rehman, Navneet Kapur, Caroline Clements, Galit Geulayov, Elizabeth Bale, Deborah Casey, and Keith Hawton (Volume 27, Issue 4)


  • Open Access ‘Review: Meta-analysis on mindfulness-based interventions for adolescents’ stress, depression, and anxiety in school settings: a cautionary tale’ by Nilija Fulambarkar, Brian Seo, Alanna Testerman, Mitchell Rees, Kim Bausback, and Eduardo Bunge (Early View)


  • Free AccessEditorial: The climate and ecological mental health emergency – evidence and action’ by Ann Sanson and Bernadka Dubicka (Volume 27, Issue 1)
    • Recorded webinar ‘Hope and courage in the climate crisis’; this was the third session celebrating the launch of the CAMH Special Issue on ‘Child and youth mental health & the global ecological crisis’ (published in January 2022).
    • Recorded webinar ‘Climate Change Impacting Mental Health’; this was part of a series of events leading up to the CAMH Special Issue on ‘Child and youth mental health & the global ecological crisis’, published in January 2022.


  • Open AccessResponse: Personality disorder is here to stay across the lifespan – a response to Commentaries on the May 2022 Debate’ by Peter Tyrer (Volume 27, Issue 3)

JCPP Advances Top 10 Downloaded Papers

  • Open Access The ADHD deficit in school performance across sex and parental education: A prospective sibling-comparison register study of 344,152 Norwegian adolescents’ by Hans Fredrik Sunde, Thomas H. Kleppestø, Kristin Gustavson, Magnus Nordmo, Bjørn-Atle Reme, and Fartein Ask Torvik (Volume 2, Issue 1)


  • Open Access EditorialThe roles of sex and gender in child and adolescent mental health‘ by Joanna Martin and Julie A. Hadwin (Volume 2, Issue 1)


  • Open AccessWellbeing, coping with homeschooling, and leisure behavior at different COVID‐19‐related lockdowns: A longitudinal study in 9‐ to 16‐year‐old German children‘ by Tanja Poulain, Christof Meigen, Wieland Kiess, and Mandy Vogel (Volume 2, Issue 1)


  • Open Access Adolescent social media user types and their mental health and well-being: Results from a longitudinal survey of 13–14-year-olds in the United Kingdom‘ by Lizzy Winstone, Becky Mars, Claire M. A. Haworth, Jon Heron, and Judi Kidger (Volume 2, Issue 2)
    • Podcast with Lizzy Winstone on ‘Social Media Use in Adolescence: User Types and Mental Health’
    • 8-min Video Abstract with Lizzy Winstone on ‘Adolescent social media user types and their mental health’


  • Open Access Research ReviewUnderlying mechanisms of disruptive mood dysregulation disorder in children: A systematic review by means of research domain criteria’ by Astrid Brænden, Pål Zeiner, Marit Coldevin, Jan Stubberud, and Annika Melinder (Volume 2, Issue 1)


  • Open Access Research ReviewA systematic review and meta-analysis investigating the impact of childhood adversities on the mental health of LGBT+ youth‘ by Lucy Jonas, Gonzalo Salazar de Pablo, Mamie Shum, Chiara Nosarti, Chris Abbott, and Julio Vaquerizo-Serrano (Volume 2, Issue 2)
    • Podcast with Lucy Jonas on ‘Impact of Childhood Adversities on the Mental Health of LGBT+ Youth’


  • Open Access ‘Predictors of mental health difficulties and subjective wellbeing in adolescents: A longitudinal study’ by Suzet Tanya Lereya, Praveetha Patalay, and Jessica Deighton (Volume 2, Issue 2)


  • Open Access Research ReviewExamining harmful impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures on parents and carers in the United Kingdom: A rapid review’ by Hope Christie, Lucy V. Hiscox, Sarah L. Halligan, and Cathy Creswell (Volume 2, Issue 3)


  • Open Access Sex-specific vulnerability to depressive symptoms across adolescence and during the COVID-19 pandemic: The role of the cingulum bundle‘ by Rajpreet Chahal, Tiffany C. Ho, Jonas G. Miller, Lauren R. Borchers, and Ian H. Gotlib (Volume 2, Issue 1)


  • Open Access ‘Emotion processing differences mediate the link between sex and autistic traits in young adulthood’ by Lucy A. Livingston, Lucy H. Waldren, Esther Walton, and Punit Shah (Volume 2, Issue 3)

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