Editor-in-Chief: Journal of Youth and Adolescence, Adolescence Research Review and the Encyclopedia of Adolescence
“Adolescents live in a rapidly changing world. These changes challenge adolescents, as they transform the experience and nature of adolescence itself. The changes also challenge the institutions that guide adolescents’ development. Their socialization now must include not just efforts to address challenges that come from adolescents’ families, schools and communities but also efforts to prepare them for a globalized society that can be unstable, unpredictable, and unhealthy. Developmental science centered on youth increasingly recognizes and addresses these challenges. As researchers now better understand the adolescent transition, they continue to enhance the ability to respond effectively to youth, their social surroundings and institutions supporting them.”
A Public Health Approach to Address the Mental Health Burden of Youth in Situations of Political Violence and Humanitarian Emergencies
Assessing trauma in a transcultural context: challenges in mental health care with immigrants and refugees
Bisexuality among a cohort of university students: prevalence and psychological distress
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