A well-established risk factor for emotional and behavioural psychopathology is the experience of chronic stress. However, there are large inter-individual differences in outcome. Elucidation of the factors that determine the impact of chronic stress on psychopathology may further our understanding of who is most at risk and may have implications for prevention or early intervention. Our overall goal is to identify biological markers that may be associated with a favourable or unfavourable long-term outcome in adolescents that are exposed to chronic stress. This study is embedded within TRacking Adolescents’ Individual Lives Surveys (TRAILS).
Zandstra, A.R.E., Hartman, C.A., Nederhof, E., Van den Heuvel, E.R., Dietrich, A., Hoekstra, P.J., & Ormel, J. (2014). Chronic stress and adolescents' mental health: Modifying effects of basal cortisol and parental psychiatric history. The TRAILS study. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. Accepted for publication.
Zandstra, A.R.E., Ormel, J., Nederhof, E., Hoekstra, P.J., & Hartman, C.A. (2014). The role of basal cortisol in predicting change in mental health problems across the transition to middle school. Journal of Adolescent Health. Accepted for publication.
Wessel, I., Zandstra A.R.E., Hengeveld, H.M.E., & Moulds, M.L. (2014). Collaborative recall of details of an emotional film. Memory. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/09658211.2014.895384
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