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Release Date: 12/13/2022

Multi-tiered systems of support for school attendance and its problems: An…

School attendance problems (SAPs) are a vexing challenge for many educational districts given their complexity, heterogeneity, and opacity. One potential coordinated, integrated approach to ameliorate SAPs and boost school attendance is to leverage existing school-based systems already designed to address multiple individual domains of functioning in students.


Release Date: 12/13/2022

Dr. Judith Cook, Jessica Jonikas, and colleagues invited to present a poster at…

Dr. Judith Cook and colleagues conducted a national online survey of young adults with mental illnesses about their personal experiences, emotional wellness, physical health, coping, and missed milestones during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Release Date: 12/13/2022

Dr. Stiles-Shields presented at the International Society for Research on…

Dr. Colleen Stiles-Shields presented and chaired a symposium at the International Society for Research on Internet Interventions in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in September 2022.


Release Date: 12/13/2022

Searching for consistency in attendance data recording, reporting, and…

Dr. Patricia Graczyk, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology, co-authored and presented a paper titled "Searching for consistency in attendance data recording, reporting, and utilisation in the United States" as part of a symposium at the International Network for School Attendance Annual Conference in Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands. 


Release Date: 12/13/2022

Dr. Cope Feurer awarded National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) K23 grant

This project will utilize fMRI and ecological momentary assessment to examine brain-behavioral affective reactivity within negative social interactions as a prospective predictor of interpersonal stress generation and depression symptoms in adolescent girls.


Release Date: 12/13/2022

Dr. Judith Cook's team awarded a grant to study an immune health…

Federal agency NIDILRR awarded a Field-Initiated Research grant to Dr. Judith Cook, her staff, and colleagues at the Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey entitled, Enhancing Immune Health Literacy and Behaviors among People with Psychiatric Disabilities.