Prospective impact of COVID‐19 on mental health functioning in adolescents with and without ADHD: protective role of emotion regulation abilities

Matt Kempen
Marketing Manager for ACAMH

Posted on

Video abstract from Dr. Rosanna Breaux on her paper ‘Prospective impact of COVID‐19 on mental health functioning in adolescents with and without ADHD: protective role of emotion regulation abilities’.

Authors; 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

First published: 04 February 2021.  .

 

Rosanna Breaux
Rosanna Breaux

Dr. Breaux’s research focuses on the emotional, academic, and social functioning of children and adolescents, particularly those with ADHD, with a focus on emotion regulation. She is also interested in understanding the role parents play in shaping children and adolescent’s social-emotional development. She utilizes a multi-method of assessing emotional development and parenting behaviors. Additionally, Dr. Breaux is working to evaluate and disseminate the RELAX intervention, which targets emotion dysregulation and interpersonal conflict. Image and bio via Virginia Tech

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*