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  • Religion/spirituality and Adolescent Health outcomes: a review.
    Journal of Adolescent Health, 2006
    Co-Authors: Sian Cotton, Kathy Zebracki, Susan L. Rosenthal, Joel Tsevat, Dennis Drotar

    Abstract:

    Religion/spirituality is important to Adolescents, is usually considered a protective factor against a host of negative Health outcomes, and is often included in Adolescent Health outcomes research. Previous reviews of the relationship among spirituality, religion, and Adolescent Health have been limited by scope, focusing primarily on distal aspects of religion/spirituality (e.g., attendance at religious services). We reviewed the literature examining proximal domains of religion/spirituality (e.g., spiritual coping) in Adolescent Health outcomes research. Constructs such as spiritual coping and religious decision-making were the ones most often studied and were generally positively associated with Health outcomes. Measurement of proximal domains, associations of proximal domains with Health outcomes, methodological issues and recommendations for future research were covered in this review.

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  • religion spirituality and Adolescent Health outcomes a review
    Journal of Adolescent Health, 2006
    Co-Authors: Sian Cotton, Kathy Zebracki, Susan L. Rosenthal, Joel Tsevat, Dennis Drotar

    Abstract:

    Religion/spirituality is important to Adolescents, is usually considered a protective factor against a host of negative Health outcomes, and is often included in Adolescent Health outcomes research. Previous reviews of the relationship among spirituality, religion, and Adolescent Health have been limited by scope, focusing primarily on distal aspects of religion/spirituality (e.g., attendance at religious services). We reviewed the literature examining proximal domains of religion/spirituality (e.g., spiritual coping) in Adolescent Health outcomes research. Constructs such as spiritual coping and religious decision-making were the ones most often studied and were generally positively associated with Health outcomes. Measurement of proximal domains, associations of proximal domains with Health outcomes, methodological issues and recommendations for future research were covered in this review.

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Paula Cody – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Social Media and Adolescent Health
    Current Pediatrics Reports, 2018
    Co-Authors: Megan A. Moreno, Maria Standiford, Paula Cody

    Abstract:

    Purpose of Review Social media is used nearly ubiquitously by youth. Over the past decade, research has investigated ways in which social media may affect Adolescent Health both positively and negatively. Recent Findings We highlight five areas of work with newly emerging evidence in Adolescent Health: eating disorders, suicide, sexual Health, substance use, and prevention. We also highlight new tools to promote safe social media use. Summary Social media is a set of digital tools that influences Adolescent Health. By understanding current evidence around challenges and opportunities, we can leverage these tools to improve patient care.

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  • Social Media and Adolescent Health
    Current Pediatrics Reports, 2018
    Co-Authors: Megan A. Moreno, Maria Standiford, Paula Cody

    Abstract:

    Social media is used nearly ubiquitously by youth. Over the past decade, research has investigated ways in which social media may affect Adolescent Health both positively and negatively. We highlight five areas of work with newly emerging evidence in Adolescent Health: eating disorders, suicide, sexual Health, substance use, and prevention. We also highlight new tools to promote safe social media use. Social media is a set of digital tools that influences Adolescent Health. By understanding current evidence around challenges and opportunities, we can leverage these tools to improve patient care.

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Sian Cotton – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Measurement of Religiosity/Spirituality in Adolescent Health Outcomes Research: Trends and Recommendations
    Journal of Religion and Health, 2010
    Co-Authors: Sian Cotton, Meghan E. Mcgrady, Susan L. Rosenthal

    Abstract:

    The relationship between religious/spiritual (R/S) factors and Adolescent Health outcomes has been studied for decades; however, the R/S measurement tools used may not be developmentally relevant for Adolescents. A systematic literature review was conducted to review and evaluate trends in measuring R/S in Adolescent Health outcomes research. In this review a total of 100 articles met criteria for inclusion. Relatively few ( n  = 15) included Adolescent-specific R/S measures or items accounting for developmentally relevant issues such as parental religiosity or age-appropriate language. Future R/S and Health research with Adolescents would be strengthened by incorporating developmentally relevant R/S measurement tools, psychometrics, and multidimensional measures.

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  • Religion/spirituality and Adolescent Health outcomes: a review.
    Journal of Adolescent Health, 2006
    Co-Authors: Sian Cotton, Kathy Zebracki, Susan L. Rosenthal, Joel Tsevat, Dennis Drotar

    Abstract:

    Religion/spirituality is important to Adolescents, is usually considered a protective factor against a host of negative Health outcomes, and is often included in Adolescent Health outcomes research. Previous reviews of the relationship among spirituality, religion, and Adolescent Health have been limited by scope, focusing primarily on distal aspects of religion/spirituality (e.g., attendance at religious services). We reviewed the literature examining proximal domains of religion/spirituality (e.g., spiritual coping) in Adolescent Health outcomes research. Constructs such as spiritual coping and religious decision-making were the ones most often studied and were generally positively associated with Health outcomes. Measurement of proximal domains, associations of proximal domains with Health outcomes, methodological issues and recommendations for future research were covered in this review.

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  • religion spirituality and Adolescent Health outcomes a review
    Journal of Adolescent Health, 2006
    Co-Authors: Sian Cotton, Kathy Zebracki, Susan L. Rosenthal, Joel Tsevat, Dennis Drotar

    Abstract:

    Religion/spirituality is important to Adolescents, is usually considered a protective factor against a host of negative Health outcomes, and is often included in Adolescent Health outcomes research. Previous reviews of the relationship among spirituality, religion, and Adolescent Health have been limited by scope, focusing primarily on distal aspects of religion/spirituality (e.g., attendance at religious services). We reviewed the literature examining proximal domains of religion/spirituality (e.g., spiritual coping) in Adolescent Health outcomes research. Constructs such as spiritual coping and religious decision-making were the ones most often studied and were generally positively associated with Health outcomes. Measurement of proximal domains, associations of proximal domains with Health outcomes, methodological issues and recommendations for future research were covered in this review.

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