Skip to main page content
Access keys NCBI Homepage MyNCBI Homepage Main Content Main Navigation

Search Page

MyNCBI Filters
Results by year

Table representation of search results timeline featuring number of search results per year.

Year Number of Results
1971 1
1993 9
1994 36
1995 38
1996 20
1997 80
1998 126
1999 243
2000 291
2001 356
2002 371
2003 443
2004 452
2005 479
2006 468
2007 581
2008 581
2009 633
2010 680
2011 922
2012 860
2013 1017
2014 1156
2015 1330
2016 1168
2017 1250
2018 1230
2019 541
2020 1
Text availability
Article attribute
Article type
Publication date

Search Results

13,003 results
Results by year
Filters applied: . Clear all
Page 1
Adolescent Risk Behavior: Differentiating Reasoned And Reactive Risk-taking.
Maslowsky J, et al. J Youth Adolesc 2019. PMID 30617743 Free PMC article.
Although explanatory models of adolescent risk behavior have predominantly focused on adolescents' limited ability to self-regulate impulsive and/or reward-driven behavior (reactive risk behavior), recent arguments suggest that a significant proportion of adolescent risk behavior may actually be strategic and planned in advance (reasoned risk behavior). ...These results support the distinction between reasoned and reactive risk behavior as meaningful subtypes of adolescent risk behavior and challenge prevailing frameworks that attribute adolescent risk behavior primarily to poor response inhibition....
Although explanatory models of adolescent risk behavior have predominantly focused on adolescents' limited ability to self-reg …
The Cost of Being Cool: How Adolescent Pseudomature Behavior Maps onto Adult Adjustment.
Gordon Simons L, et al. J Youth Adolesc 2018. PMID 28913676
Although past research has examined the consequences of adolescent delinquency, what remains unclear is the long-term fate of adolescents who are both popular and antisocial. ...Our results identified four classes of adolescents: the conventionals, the pseudomatures, the delinquents, and the detached. ...
Although past research has examined the consequences of adolescent delinquency, what remains unclear is the long-term fate of adol
An experimental test of the impact of adolescent anxiety on parental sick role reinforcement behavior.
Bilsky SA, et al. Behav Res Ther 2018. PMID 30096451 Free PMC article.
A large body of work links parental sick role reinforcement behavior to adolescent panic vulnerability. To date, however, little work has examined the role of the adolescent in this process. ...An unselected sample of 51 early adolescents (26 female, 10-14 years) and their parents participated in the study. Adolescents were trained to mimic a straw-breathing task, and adolescent reactions to the task were scripted. ...
A large body of work links parental sick role reinforcement behavior to adolescent panic vulnerability. To date, however, little work …
Adolescent Psychosocial Assessment: The HEEADSSS.
Smith GL and McGuinness TM. J Psychosoc Nurs Ment Health Serv 2017. PMID 28460146
Despite robust physical health, adolescent risky behaviors may result in lifelong consequences as well as increased morbidity and mortality. The HEEADSSS review of systems is a tool to understand adolescent behavior and assess risk-taking behaviors to provide appropriate interventions. ...
Despite robust physical health, adolescent risky behaviors may result in lifelong consequences as well as increased morbidity and mor …
Social connectedness, mental health and the adolescent brain.
Lamblin M, et al. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2017 - Review. PMID 28506925
In this review, we consider the links between adolescent brain development and the broader social environment. We examine evidence that individual differences in social ability, partly determined by genetic influences on brain structure and function, impact the quality and quantity of social ties during adolescence and that, conversely, the structure of one's social network exerts complex yet profound influences on individual behavior and mental health. ...
In this review, we consider the links between adolescent brain development and the broader social environment. We examine evidence th …
Clinical adolescent psychology: what it is, and what it needs to be.
Steinberg L. J Consult Clin Psychol 2002. PMID 11860038
Second, drawing on the literature on normative adolescent development, the study of clinical adolescent psychology must proceed with an explicit recognition of the unique biological, cognitive, psychosocial, and contextual features that define adolescence as a developmental period. ...Although the study of clinical adolescent psychology, as evidenced by this collection of articles, is appropriately grounded in the broader enterprise of developmental psychopathology, less progress has been made with respect to the integration of the study of clinical phenomena in adolescence with the study of normative adolescent development....
Second, drawing on the literature on normative adolescent development, the study of clinical adolescent psychology must procee …
The role of perceived injunctive alcohol norms in adolescent drinking behavior.
Pedersen ER, et al. Addict Behav 2017. PMID 27978424 Free PMC article.
Most of the research on perceived norms among adolescents focuses on perceived descriptive norms only, or perceptions about peers' behavior, and correcting these perceptions are a major focus of many prevention programs with adolescents. ...Findings suggest that consideration of perceived injunctive norms may be important in models of adolescent drinking. Prevention programs that do not include injunctive norms feedback may miss an important opportunity to enhance effectiveness of such prevention programs targeting adolescent alcohol use....
Most of the research on perceived norms among adolescents focuses on perceived descriptive norms only, or perceptions about peers' be …
Is sexual behavior healthy for adolescents? A conceptual framework for research on adolescent sexual behavior and physical, mental, and social health.
Vasilenko SA, et al. New Dir Child Adolesc Dev 2014 - Review. PMID 24962359
Although research has increasingly emphasized how adolescent sexual behavior may be associated with aspects of health beyond unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, no current theoretical or conceptual model fully explains associations between sexual behavior and multiple facets of health. We provide a conceptual model that explicates possible processes of how adolescent sexual behavior may influence physical, mental, and social health. ...
Although research has increasingly emphasized how adolescent sexual behavior may be associated with aspects of health beyond unwanted …
Adolescence With Freud and Flaubert
Bernard D and Medina O. Rev Colomb Psiquiatr 2018 - Review. PMID 30017042
That feeling of strangeness the adolescent experiences on waking up in a dream, with a new feeling and desire of the love object. ...For this reason, it is so simple, the adolescent would be a representation of the division of the subject, the cut made by their unconscious, which their body, in certain cases, will carry the marks. ...
That feeling of strangeness the adolescent experiences on waking up in a dream, with a new feeling and desire of the love object. ... …
Community intervention to prevent adolescent health behavior problems: Evaluation of communities that care in Australia.
Toumbourou JW, et al. Health Psychol 2019. PMID 30998065
To reduce high rates of adolescent alcohol use and related health problems, trials of the Communities That Care (CTC) prevention process were implemented in Australia beginning in 2001. ...CONCLUSION: Implementation of the CTC process in Australia was associated with more rapid community reductions in adolescent health behavior problems. ...
To reduce high rates of adolescent alcohol use and related health problems, trials of the Communities That Care (CTC) prevention proc …
13,003 results
Jump to page
Feedback