A new REACH article entitled, “Use of multiple social media platforms in relation to psychological functioning in emerging adults” is now available online in Emerging Adulthood. Check out more of our publications here!
The REACH article entitled, “Parental problem drinking and emerging adult problem behavior: The moderating role of parental support” is now available in print in the Journal of Child and Family Studies. Check out the publications page for more details!
Kelly Nedorostek recently received the Connecticut Academy of Family Practice Award for her poster that she presented based on REACH data at UConn’s Medical/Dental Student Scientific Research Day. The PDF of the poster can be found here.
Laura Finan’s dissertation, using REACH data, has just been accepted for publication in Developmental Psychology! The dissertation is entitled, “Trajectories of depressive symptoms from adolescence to emerging adulthood: the influence of parents, peers, and siblings.” Please check out the Publications page for the full reference.
We have just returned from Providence, where we presented our latest REACH findings at the Society for the Study of Human Development conference. Check out our posters on the Presentations page!
Our new REACH article entitled, Using Time-Varying Affect Modeling to examine age-varying gender differences in coping throughout adolescence and emerging adulthood is in press in the Journal of Adolescent Health. For a list of all REACH publications, please visit the Publications page
A REACH research article regarding social media use and anxiety levels in emerging adults was recently featured in TIME. Authors Anna Vannucci and Christine McCauley Ohannessian were interviewed for the article.
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