Something new: What’s next for child psychology and psychiatry?
The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry’s Annual Research Review is a must-read special issue of the journal that presents a series of major reviews of key topics in the field. This year the ARR consists of 9 reviews, each accompanied by a commentary from leading experts in the field.
The Annual Research Review will have free online access until the end of February 2020!
Annual Research Reviews
Annual Research Review: Umbrella synthesis of meta‐analyses on child maltreatment antecedents and interventions: differential susceptibility perspective on risk and resilience
Marinus H. van IJzendoorn, Marian J. Bakermans‐Kranenburg, Barry Coughlan, Sophie Reijman
Annual Research Review: A meta‐analytic review of worldwide suicide rates in adolescents
Catherine R. Glenn, Evan M. Kleiman, John Kellerman, Olivia Pollak, Christine B. Cha, Erika C. Esposito, Andrew C. Porter, Peter A. Wyman, Anne E. Boatman
Annual Research Review: Defining and treating pediatric treatment‐resistant depression
Jennifer B. Dwyer, Argyris Stringaris, David A. Brent, Michael H. Bloch
Annual Research Review: Adolescent mental health in the digital age: facts, fears, and future directions
Candice L. Odgers, Michaeline R. Jensen
Commentary: An updated agenda for the study of digital media use and adolescent development – future directions following Odgers & Jensen (2020)
Mitchell J. Prinstein, Jacqueline Nesi, Eva H. Telzer
Annual Research Review: Critical windows – the microbiota-gut-brain axis in neurocognitive development
Caitlin S. M. Cowan, Timothy G. Dinan, John F. Cryan
Annual Research Review: Ecological momentary assessment studies in child psychology and psychiatry
Michael A. Russell, Jamie M. Gajos
Commentary: Ecology momentary assessment as a tool for understanding dynamic patterns in child and adolescent health and development – reflections on Russell and Gajos (2020)
Jessica J. Chiang, Phoebe H. Lam
Sara is the Annual Research Reviews Editor for JCPP. She is Professor in Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. She is also a faculty director for The Field Center and has consulted for NIH R25 Summer Training Institute.