JCPP Advances

You do not need to be an ACAMH Member to access JCPP Advances through the Wiley site.

JCPP Advances, first issue is in Spring 2021. It is a new, high quality, high impact open access journal in the field of child psychology and psychiatry and related disciplines. It builds on the values and prestige of its sister publication, the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, to advance the field by opening new opportunities for diverse researchers and for the dissemination of innovative science. 

It has a commitment to open science, rapid publication and creating a high-quality publishing experience for authors. It aims to promote ground-breaking research, new theoretical perspectives and methodological innovation. JCPP Advances has a broad remit covering all areas of infant, child and adolescent and early adult development as these relate to mental health and disorder and developmental psychopathology, broadly defined.

It will publish empirical studies and reviews encompassing wide-ranging methodological traditions, including, but not limited to, epidemiology and longitudinal cohorts, experimental psychology, neuroscience, genetics and intervention trials.

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    JCPP Advances goes from Strength to Strength with Scopus

    ACAMH are delighted to announce that our publication JCPP Advances has been accepted by Scopus, a comprehensive abstract and citation database launched by Elsevier. Scopus offers various analytics tools that allow journal editors and publishers to track their journal’s performance, analyse trends, and make data-driven decisions to improve the journal’s quality and impact.

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    Leading Child and Adolescent Mental Health Journals Achieve Impressive Impact Factors in 2023

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    How to Optimize the Systematic Review Process using AI Tools

    In this Papers Podcast, Dr. Nicholas Fabiano discusses his JCPP Advances Methodological Review ‘How to optimize the systematic review process using AI tools’. Nicholas is a co-first author of the paper, along with Arnav Gupta and Nishaant Bhambra. There is an overview of the paper, methodology, key findings, and implications for practice.

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    Embracing Excellence in Child and Adolescent Psychology: Why Your Research Belongs in JCPP Advances

    In the rapidly evolving field of child and adolescent psychology and psychiatry, the dissemination of high-quality research is crucial for advancing our understanding and improving clinical practices. JCPP Advances, a well respected Open Access journal, provides a platform for researchers to share their work with a global audience. Find out about the various ways of contributing to the journal with this blog.

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  • Dimitris Tsomokos

    Chronotype and Depressive Symptoms in Adolescence

    In this Papers Podcast, Dimitris Tsomokos discusses his JCPP Advances paper ‘Chronotype and depression in adolescence: Results from a UK birth cohort study’. Dimitris is the first author of the paper. There is an overview of the paper, methodology, key findings, and implications for practice.

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  • Tom Cawhthorne

    The Hierarchy of Evidence: Single-Case Experimental Designs and CBT Interventions for Anxiety

    In this Papers Podcast, Dr. Tom Cawthorne and Professor Roz Shafran discuss their JCPP Advances paper ‘Do single-case experimental designs lead to randomised controlled trials of cognitive behavioural therapy interventions for adolescent anxiety and related disorders recommended in the National Institute of Clinical Excellence guidelines? A systematic review’.

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    Chronotype and Depression in Adolescence

    We know that there is a bidirectional association between sleep duration/quality and depressive symptoms in youth. In adult populations depressive symptoms and circadian rhythms (sleep chronotype) have also been linked. In this paper, we established an association between chronotype and depressive symptoms in middle adolescence, independently of poor sleep and prior mental health difficulties.

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    ACAMH Awards 2024 open for nominations

    6th Annual ACAMH Awards. The ACAMH Awards aim to recognise high quality work in evidence-based science, both in publication and practice, in the field of child and adolescent mental health.

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  • Cameron Hecht

    When do the Effects of Single-Session Interventions Persist?

    In this Papers Podcast, Cameron Hecht discusses his JCPP Advances paper ‘When do the effects of single-session interventions persist? Testing the mindset + supportive context hypothesis in a longitudinal randomized trial’.

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    Breaking Down Barriers and Improving Understanding – Autism Acceptance Week 2024

    This World Autism Acceptance Week (2 April to 8 April 2024), we encourage you to explore the FREE learning opportunities available on our website, and to share with your networks.

    Together we can work towards ‘sharing best evidence, improving practice’ to help create a society that works for autistic children and young people.

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