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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  • Lizzy Winstone

    Adolescent social media user types and their mental health

    Video abstract from Lizzy Winstone on her JCPP Advances paper ‘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’.

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  • Associate Professor Dr. Catharina A. Hartman

    Open Science, Rapid Publication, and Collaboration

    JCPP Advances is already causing waves in the research sector with 38 papers published, and 4 papers having found policy mentions making a difference in the real world. In this podcast, we hear from Dr. Catharina Hartman about our Open Access journal, JCPP Advances, as well as her recent work with the CoCA (Comorbid Conditions of ADHD) project.

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  • Top 10 Downloaded Journal Papers

    2021 Top 10 Downloaded Journal Papers

    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.

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  • Dr. Karen Mansfield

    COVID & the impact on Mental Health of School Closures – CAMHS around the Campfire recording

    For this session we welcomed Dr. Karen Mansfield, a postdoctoral research scientist from the School Mental Health Project, Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oxford, to discuss her JCPP Advances paper ‘‘Covid-19 partial school closures and mental health problems: a cross sectional survey of 11,000 adolescents to determine those most at risk’’. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.

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  • Dr. Thorhildur Halldorsdottir

    Adolescent well-being amid the COVID-19 pandemic

    In this podcast, we talk to Dr. Thorhildur Halldorsdottir about her JCPP Advances paper ‘Adolescent well-being amid the COVID-19 pandemic: Are girls struggling more than boys?’.

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    Celebrating the first year of submissions for JCPP Advances

    See what a huge success we have had with the JCPP Advances first year of submissions.

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  • Jessica Armitage

    Positive Wellbeing and Resilience following Adolescent Victimisation

    In this podcast, we talk to Jessica Armitage about her research into genetic and environmental influences underlying resilient functioning, as well as her JCPP Advances paper ‘Positive wellbeing and resilience following adolescent victimisation: An exploration into protective factors across development’.

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  • Dr. Karen Mansfield

    The Mental Health Impact of COVID-19 School Closures

    The focus of this podcast is on the JCPP Advances paper ‘Covid-19 partial school closures and mental health problems: a cross sectional survey of 11,000 adolescents to determine those most at risk’, written by Dr. Karen Mansfield, Associate Professor Mina Fazel, and colleagues.

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  • ACAMH Awards 2021

    ACAMH Awards 2021 Results

    Congratulations to all winners and nominees of the ACAMH Awards 2021.

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  • Congratulations and thanks to our top reviewers

    In recognition of the exceptional commitment and service to our journals, and in turn the wider scientific community, carried out by our peer reviewers, we are proud to present the list of top reviewers for 2020.

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