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Each month JAACAP highlights a selected article found within the pages of the Journal by providing a podcast interview with the author. Tune in regularly to this feature of JAACAP, where we strive for a relaxed 'fireside chat' atmosphere in which authors can share aspects of their science that we are less often privy to. Podcasts are typically 15 to 20 minutes in length.

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Each month JAACAP highlights a selected article found within the pages of the Journal by providing a podcast interview with the author. Tune in regularly to this feature of JAACAP, where we strive for a relaxed 'fireside chat' atmosphere in which authors can share aspects of their science that we are less often privy to. Podcasts are typically 15 to 20 minutes in length.

    Association Between the Release of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why and Suicide Rates in the United States: An Interrupted Time Series Analysis: JAACAP February 2020

    Association Between the Release of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why and Suicide Rates in the United States: An Interrupted Time Series Analysis: JAACAP February 2020

    JAACAP February 2020: Contributing Editor Dr. Christopher Hammond interviews Dr. Jeffrey A. Bridge on the association between the release of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why and suicide rates in the United States.

    Meta-Analysis: 13-Year Follow-up of Psychotherapy Effects on Youth Depression: JAACAP January 2020

    Meta-Analysis: 13-Year Follow-up of Psychotherapy Effects on Youth Depression: JAACAP January 2020

    JAACAP January 2020: Contributing Editor Dr. Gerrit van Schalkwyk interviews Dr. Dikla Eckshtain on the need for treatment development and research to improve both immediate and longer-term benefits in depressed youths.

    Early Pubertal Timing and Testosterone Associated With Higher Levels of Adolescent Depression in Girls: JAACAP December 2019

    Early Pubertal Timing and Testosterone Associated With Higher Levels of Adolescent Depression in Girls: JAACAP December 2019

    JAACAP December 2019: Contributing Editor Dr. Jerome H. Taylor interviews Dr. William E. Copeland on the relative contributions of pubertal timing, pubertal status, and
    sex hormones on the increases in female depression.

    Brain Development and Stochastic Processes During Prenatal and Early Life: You Can't Lose It if You've Never Had It; But It's Better to Have It and Lose It, Than Never to Have Had It at All: JAACAP November 2019

    Brain Development and Stochastic Processes During Prenatal and Early Life: You Can't Lose It if You've Never Had It; But It's Better to Have It and Lose It, Than Never to Have Had It at All: JAACAP November 2019

    JAACAP Contributing Editor Dr. Gerrit van Schalkwyk interviews Dr. Tonya J.H. White on her In Context article, which discusses the role of stochastic, or
    chance, events that take place during neurodevelopment. 2019: Contributing Editor Dr. Gerrit van Schalkwyk interviews Dr. Tonya J.H. White on her In Context article, which discusses the role of stochastic, or
    chance, events that take place during neurodevelopment.

    Growing Up With an Undocumented Parent in America: Psychosocial Adversity in Domestically Residing Immigrant Children: JAACAP October 2019

    Growing Up With an Undocumented Parent in America: Psychosocial Adversity in Domestically Residing Immigrant Children: JAACAP October 2019

    JAACAP October 2019: Contributing Editor Dr. Kara Bagot interviews Dr. Shawn S. Sidhu on his Clinical Perspectives article, which discusses how child and adolescent psychiatrists can effectively help children and families with an undocumented parent.

    A Multisite Randomized Controlled Two-Phase Trial of the Early Start Denver Model Compared to Treatment as Usual: JAACAP September 2019

    A Multisite Randomized Controlled Two-Phase Trial of the Early Start Denver Model Compared to Treatment as Usual: JAACAP September 2019

    JAACAP September 2019: Contributing Editor Dr. John Erik Leikauf interviews Dr. Sally J. Rogers on a randomized treatment study of the effects of 27 months of an intervention for early autism (ages 14-27 months), compared to 2 years of community intervention.

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