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    Non-compliance with COVID-19-related public health measures among young adults in Switzerland: Insights from a longitudinal cohort study

    Nivette, Amy, Ribeaud, Denis, Murray, Aja, Steinhoff, Annekatrin, Bechtiger, Laura, Hepp, Urs, Shanahan, Lilly, Eisner, Manuel
    Social science & medicine (1982), 16 September 2020, Vol.268, pp.113370 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Sanctions, short‐term mindsets, and delinquency: Reverse causality in a sample of high school youth

    Gelder, Jean‐Louis, Averdijk, Margit, Ribeaud, Denis, Eisner, Manuel
    Legal and Criminological Psychology, September 2020, Vol.25(2), pp.199-218 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Assessing the measurement invariance and antecedents of legal cynicism in São Paulo, Zurich, and Montevideo

    Nivette, Amy, Trajtenberg, Nico, Eisner, Manuel, Ribeaud, Denis, Tourinho Peres, Maria Fernanda
    Journal of adolescence, August 2020, Vol.83, pp.83-94 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Emotional distress in young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence of risk and resilience from a longitudinal cohort study

    Shanahan, Lilly, Steinhoff, Annekatrin, Bechtiger, Laura, Murray, Aja L, Nivette, Amy, Hepp, Urs, Ribeaud, Denis, Eisner, Manuel
    Psychological medicine, 23 June 2020, pp.1-10 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Emotional distress in young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence of risk and resilience from a longitudinal cohort study
    Auteur: Shanahan, Lilly; Steinhoff, Annekatrin; Bechtiger, Laura; Murray, Aja L; Nivette, Amy; Hepp, Urs; Ribeaud, Denis; Eisner, Manuel
    Sujet: Covid-19 ; Distress ; Mental Health ; Resilience ; Stress ; Young Adults
    Description: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and associated lockdown could be considered a 'perfect storm' for increases in emotional distress. Such increases can only be identified by studies that use data collected before and during the pandemic. Longitudinal data are also needed to examine (1) the roles of previous distress and stressors in emotional distress during the pandemic and (2) how COVID-19-related stressors and coping strategies are associated with emotional distress when pre-pandemic distress is accounted for. Data came from a cohort study (N = 768). Emotional distress (perceived stress, internalizing symptoms, and anger), COVID-19-related stressors, and coping strategies were measured during the pandemic/lockdown when participants were aged 22. Previous distress and stressors were measured before COVID-19 (at age 20). On average, participants showed increased levels of perceived stress and anger (but not internalizing symptoms) during the pandemic compared to before. Pre-COVID-19 emotional distress was the strongest predictor of during-pandemic emotional distress, followed by during-pandemic economic and psychosocial stressors (e.g. lifestyle and economic disruptions) and hopelessness, and pre-pandemic social stressors (e.g. bullying victimization and stressful life events). Most health risks to self or loved ones due to COVID-19 were not uniquely associated with emotional distress in final models. Coping strategies associated with reduced distress included keeping a daily routine, physical activity, and positive reappraisal/reframing. In our community sample, pre-pandemic distress, secondary consequences of the pandemic (e.g. lifestyle and economic disruptions), and pre-pandemic social stressors were more consistently associated with young adults' emotional distress than COVID-19-related health risk exposures.
    Fait partie de: Psychological medicine, 23 June 2020, pp.1-10
    Identifiant: 1469-8978 (E-ISSN); 32571438 Version (PMID); 10.1017/S003329172000241X (DOI)

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    Self-injury from early adolescence to early adulthood: age-related course, recurrence, and services use in males and females from the community

    Steinhoff, Annekatrin, Ribeaud, Denis, Kupferschmid, Stephan, Raible-Destan, Nesrin, Quednow, Boris B, Hepp, Urs, Eisner, Manuel, Shanahan, Lilly
    European child & adolescent psychiatry, 22 June 2020 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Self-injury from early adolescence to early adulthood: age-related course, recurrence, and services use in males and females from the community
    Auteur: Steinhoff, Annekatrin; Ribeaud, Denis; Kupferschmid, Stephan; Raible-Destan, Nesrin; Quednow, Boris B; Hepp, Urs; Eisner, Manuel; Shanahan, Lilly
    Sujet: Adolescence ; Longitudinal ; Self-Injury ; Services Use ; Sex Differences ; Young Adulthood
    Description: Adolescent self-injury is a widespread public health problem, but long-term longitudinal studies from European countries are rare. Self-injury in males and sex differences are poorly understood. This study describes the prevalence, frequency, age-related course, and recurrence of, and mental health services use related to adolescent self-injury. Data came from a Swiss prospective-longitudinal cohort study (N = 1482). Adolescents (52% male) reported frequency of self-injury and mental health services use (including reasons for and types of services use, hospitalizations) at ages 13, 15, 17, and 20. Between ages 13-20, 27% of adolescents reported self-injury at least once. In males, prevalence decreased from 12 to 5%; in females self-injury peaked at age 15 (16%) and then decreased (11% at age 20). In males, recurrence of self-injury increased after age 15 (from odds ratio [OR]  10); in females, recurrence was high from age 13 onwards (OR > 5). Predictors of recurrence included...
    Fait partie de: European child & adolescent psychiatry, 22 June 2020
    Identifiant: 1435-165X (E-ISSN); 32572615 Version (PMID); 10.1007/s00787-020-01573-w (DOI)

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    A Longitudinal Examination of the Role of Self-Control in the Relation between Corporal Punishment Exposure and Adolescent Aggression

    Neaverson, Aimee, Murray, Aja Louise, Ribeaud, Denis, Eisner, Manuel
    Journal of youth and adolescence, June 2020, Vol.49(6), pp.1245-1259 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: A Longitudinal Examination of the Role of Self-Control in the Relation between Corporal Punishment Exposure and Adolescent Aggression
    Auteur: Neaverson, Aimee; Murray, Aja Louise; Ribeaud, Denis; Eisner, Manuel
    Sujet: Adolescent Aggression ; Corporal Punishment ; Longitudinal Design ; Protective Factors ; Self-Control
    Description: Prior research has demonstrated the importance of low self-control and corporal punishment exposure as risk factors for the development of aggressive behaviors. However, much less is known about the interplay between these two factors, that is, the extent to which they each contribute uniquely to aggression and/or interact synergistically to create a profile of particularly severe risk. Similarly, high self-control may be a moderating protective factor that helps explain why only a subset of individuals exposed to corporal punishment develop high levels of aggression. Data from the longitudinal Zurich Project on the Social Development from Childhood to Adulthood (z-proso) were used to address this question. Students completed self-report surveys at three time points; ages 11 (n = 1144; 51% males, 49% females), age 13 (n = 1366; 51% males, 49% females) and age 15 (n = 1447, 52% males and 48% females). An autoregressive cross-lagged panel model was used to examine self-control as a protective...
    Fait partie de: Journal of youth and adolescence, June 2020, Vol.49(6), pp.1245-1259
    Identifiant: 1573-6601 (E-ISSN); 32166652 Version (PMID); 10.1007/s10964-020-01215-z (DOI)

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    Longitudinal Risk Factors of Selling and Buying Sexual Services Among Youths in Switzerland

    Averdijk, Margit, Ribeaud, Denis, Eisner, Manuel
    Archives of sexual behavior, May 2020, Vol.49(4), pp.1279-1290 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Longitudinal Risk Factors of Selling and Buying Sexual Services Among Youths in Switzerland
    Auteur: Averdijk, Margit; Ribeaud, Denis; Eisner, Manuel
    Sujet: Compensated Dating ; Prostitution ; Sexuality ; Transactional Sex ; Crime Victims -- Psychology ; Sexual Behavior -- Psychology
    Description: The aim of this study was to examine the longitudinal predictors of buying and selling sexual services among youths in a high-income country. We used data from Switzerland (target sample: N = 1675 children, 52% male), where no prior studies have examined the trading of sexual services among representative samples of youths. Selling and buying sexual services were measured using novel, three-item measures at age 17. The predictors were measured at ages 13 and 15. In the regressions, multiple imputation was used to treat the missing values. Two-year point prevalence estimates of selling sexual services were 2.5% for females and 1.5% for males. Prevalence estimates of buying sexual services were 0.0% for females and 5.4% for males. Findings from logistic regressions revealed some support for prior findings from cross-sectional studies in high-income countries. New findings included evidence for prospective relations of having a disability, low generalized trust, and endorsing masculinity norms...
    Fait partie de: Archives of sexual behavior, May 2020, Vol.49(4), pp.1279-1290
    Identifiant: 1573-2800 (E-ISSN); 31720938 Version (PMID); 10.1007/s10508-019-01571-3 (DOI)

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    A Longitudinal Study on Stability and Transitions Among Bullying Roles

    Zych, Izabela, Ttofi, Maria M, Llorent, Vicente J, Farrington, David P, Ribeaud, Denis, Eisner, Manuel P
    Child development, March 2020, Vol.91(2), pp.527-545 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Evaluating the shared and unique predictors of legal cynicism and police legitimacy from adolescence into early adulthood

    Nivette, Amy, Eisner, Manuel, Ribeaud, Denis
    Criminology, February 2020, Vol.58(1), pp.70-100 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Evaluating the shared and unique predictors of legal cynicism and police legitimacy from adolescence into early adulthood
    Auteur: Nivette, Amy; Eisner, Manuel; Ribeaud, Denis
    Sujet: Latent Growth Curve Analysis ; Legal Cynicism ; Legal Socialization ; Low Self‐Control ; Police Legitimacy
    Description: In different theoretical traditions, negative social conditions, attachments, and interactions shape the way individuals view the law and its agents. Although most researchers acknowledge the conceptual distinction between different legal attitudes such as legal cynicism and police legitimacy, it remains unclear to what extent these attitudes stem from the same social sources. In the current study, therefore, we evaluate the social and individual factors that influence trajectories of legal cynicism and police legitimacy using a diverse community sample of youths in Zurich, Switzerland. Latent growth curve models were employed to examine patterns of change in legal cynicism and police legitimacy between 13 and 20 years of age. The findings show that legal cynicism and police legitimacy both decline into early adulthood and exhibit high rank‐stability over time. Furthermore, we find that legal cynicism is closely related to individual characteristics that reflect one's inability to recognize...
    Fait partie de: Criminology, February 2020, Vol.58(1), pp.70-100
    Identifiant: 0011-1384 (ISSN); 1745-9125 (E-ISSN); 10.1111/1745-9125.12230 (DOI)

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    Patterns of Homotypic and Heterotypic Continuity Between ADHD Symptoms, Externalising and Internalising Problems from Age 7 to 15

    Obsuth, Ingrid, Murray, Aja Louise, Di Folco, Simona, Ribeaud, Denis, Eisner, Manuel
    Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 2020, Vol.48(2), p.223-236 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]