Elizabeth A. Lando-King
Johnson, K.E., Bearinger, L.H., Eisenberg, M.E., Fulkerson, J.A., Sieving, R.E., & Lando-King, E.A. (2014). Studying the playbook: Which pathways mediate relationships between sports team participation and health-risk behaviors among alternative high school students?. Children and Youth Services Review.
By Sania Ahmed on June 30, 2014
Alternative high school (AHS) students engage in high levels of substance use and risky sexual behaviors. Sports team participation holds great potential for building resilience and preventing health-risk behaviors. Yet, little is known about sports team participation among this population. We used logistic regression-based path analytic frameworks (multiple mediator models) to simultaneously explore whether measures […]
Garcia, C.M., Hardeman, R.R., Kwon, G., Lando-King, E., Zhang, L., Genis, T., Brady, S.S., & Kinder, E. (2014). Teenagers and texting: Use of a youth ecological momentary assessment system in trajectory health research with Latina adolescents. JMIR mHealth, 2, e3.
By Sania Ahmed on March 27, 2014
Background: Adolescent females send and receive more text messages than any others, with an average of 4050 texts a month. Despite this technological inroad among adolescents, few researchers are utilizing text messaging technology to collect real time, contextualized data. Temporal variables (ie, mood) collected regularly over a period of time could yield useful insights, particularly […]