JCPP Advances: Volume 03, Issue 01, March 2023

Louie Sandys
Journal Operations Manager at ACAMH

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The latest Issue of JCPP Advances is now available; we have a fantastic selection of papers. All articles are freely available as JCPP Advances is a fully Open Access journal.

Please see below for the full list of papers and follow the links to read the articles.

JCPP Advances: Volume 03, Issue 01, March 2023

Editorial: How to advance the understanding of multimorbidity in neurodevelopmental disorders using longitudinal research?

Henrik Larsson

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Measuring general mental health in early-mid adolescence: A systematic meta-review of content and psychometrics

Louise Black, Margarita Panayiotou, Neil Humphrey

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The network structure of posttraumatic stress symptoms in war-affected children and adolescents

Florian Scharpf, Laura Saupe, Anselm Crombach, Roos Haer, Hawkar Ibrahim, Frank Neuner, Kirsi Peltonen, Samir Qouta, Regina Saile, Tobias Hecker

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Executive function profiles of preschool children with autism spectrum disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: A systematic review

Marina Christoforou, Emily J. H. Jones, Philippa White, Tony Charman

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IQ trajectories in autistic children through preadolescence

Marjorie Solomon, An-Chuen (Billy) Cho, Ana-Maria Iosif, Brianna Heath, Apurv Srivastav, Christine Wu Nordahl, Emilio Ferrer, David Amaral

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Mental health impact of autism on families of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities of genetic origin

Jeanne Wolstencroft, Ramya Srinivasan, Jeremy Hall, Marianne B. M. van den Bree, Michael J. Owen, IMAGINE Consortium , F. Lucy Raymond, David Skuse

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Social, emotional and behavioural difficulties associated with persistent speech disorder in children: A prospective population study

Yvonne Wren, Emma Pagnamenta, Faith Orchard, Tim J. Peters, Alan Emond, Kate Northstone, Laura Louise Miller, Susan Roulstone

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The interpretation of discrepancies between peer victimization experiences reported by different informants in capturing victimization-related genetic liability. A commentary on Armitage et al. (2022)

Annalisa Lella, Linda A. Antonucci, Giulio Pergola

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Epigenetics applied to child and adolescent mental health: Progress, challenges and opportunities

Charlotte A. M. Cecil, Alexander Neumann, Esther Walton

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Prenatal exposure to ambient air pollution and autism spectrum disorders: Results from a family-based case-control study

Nima Ghahari, Fatemeh Yousefian, Ehsan Najafi

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Factors mitigating the harmful effects of intimate partner violence on adolescents’ depressive symptoms—A longitudinal birth cohort study

Dawid Gondek, Gene Feder, Laura D. Howe, Ruth Gilbert, Emma Howarth, Jessica Deighton, Rebecca E. Lacey

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The typical and atypical development of empathy: How big is the gap from lab to field?

Chiara Bulgarelli, Emily J. H. Jones

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Childhood trajectories of internalising and externalising problems associated with a polygenic risk score for neuroticism in a UK birth cohort study

Ilaria Costantini, Hannah Sallis, Kate Tilling, Daniel Major-Smith, Rebecca M. Pearson, Daphne-Zacharenia Kounali

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Pre-pragmatic language use in toddlerhood: Developmental antecedents, aetiological factors, and associations to autism

Maja Rudling, Ana Maria Portugal, Sven Bölte, Terje Falck-Ytter

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Why we need families in genomic research on developmental psychopathology

Rosa Cheesman, Ziada Ayorech, Espen M. Eilertsen, Eivind Ystrom

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Factors related to retention in a longitudinal study of infants at familial risk for autism

Sally Ozonoff, Monique M. Hill, Alesha Hill, Kevin Ashley, Gregory S. Young

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