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Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties Associated with Persistent Speech Disorder in Children
In this Papers Podcast, Dr. Yvonne Wren and Dr. Emma Pagnamenta discuss their co-authored JCPP Advances paper ‘Social, emotional and behavioural difficulties associated with persistent speech disorder in children: a prospective population study’.
Interplay between maternal depressive symptoms and child inhibitory control
In this Papers Podcast, Dr. Tone Hermansen discusses her JCPP Advances paper ‘Child internalizing and externalizing behaviors: Interplay between maternal depressive symptoms and child inhibitory control’.
Supporting Children and Young People’s Mental Health
In this ‘In Conversation’ podcast, Dr. Mei Simmons discusses some of the factors that affect children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing and provides an overview of her recently published book ‘A Guide to the Mental Health of Children and Young People: Q and A for Parents, Caregivers and Teachers’.
Emotion Processing in Offspring of Mothers with Depression Diagnoses
In this Papers Podcast, Dr. Katie Burkhouse discusses her co-authored JCPP Annual Research Review paper ‘Annual Research Review: Emotion processing in offspring of mothers with depression diagnoses – a systematic review of neural and physiological research’.
Associated Brain Alterations & Future Suicide Ideation in Females with Mood Disorders
In this Papers Podcast, Lejla Colic and Dr. Hilary Blumberg discuss their co-authored JCPP Advances paper ‘Brain grey and white matter structural associations with future suicidal ideation and behaviors in adolescent and young adult females with mood disorders’.
About Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH)
We focus on bridging the gap between rigorous research and best practice relating to children's mental health. We hold a body of knowledge and act as information hub for sharing best practice to benefit all of those who work with children. Visit our website (https://www.acamh.org/) for a host of free evidence-based mental health resources.