For this study adolescents with anxiety or OCD were recruited from 2 community mental health clinics in Norway.
Researchers used data from a European sample of teens from the IMAGEN Consortium study, which measured resting-state fMRI activity at age 14, 16, and 18.
Participants in this study were evaluated for sleep features using a combined heart rate and movement sensor and a subset of participants underwent semi-structured interviews to assess demographics and psychosocial measures.
Investigators searched publication databases through April 2020 for studies of psychosocial interventions for adolescents with disruptive behavior disorders.
During the first pandemic year, there were increases in the proportion of pediatric patients presenting to hospital with suicidal ideation/suicidal attempts, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, substance use disorders, and obsessive compulsive and related disorders.
Stress, isolation, and untreated mental health struggles can have a profound effect on people. As a result, early intervention is needed for improved mental health care. How are adolescents and young adults doing with their mental health, and what is the state of youth mental health care?
The researchers compared depression and anxiety scores before and during the pandemic.
Participants of the Adolescent Social Development and Sleep study which recruited patients in Texas between 2019 and 2020 before local quarantine restrictions were asked to participate in this study about COVID-19 behaviors and opinions.
Investigators evaluated cognitive outcomes in children with intestinal failure (IF) and at risk for IF as a result of conditions that affect the small intestine.
School mental health service use increased among adolescents in 2019 compared with previous years.