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Selected Publications
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Hamilton, J. L.,  Dreier, M. J., and Boyd, S. I., (2023). Social media as a bridge and a window: The changing relationship of adolescents with social media and digital platforms. ACCESS PDF HERE

Evans, S. C., Hamilton, J. L.,  Boyd, S. I., Karlovich, A. R.,·Ladouceur, C. D., Silk, J. S., Bylsma, L. M. (2023). Daily Associations Between Sleep and Affect in Youth at Risk for Psychopathology: The Moderating Role of Externalizing Symptoms. ACCESS PDF HERE

Hamilton, J. L., Jorgensen, S. L., Crichlow, Z., Biernesser, C., Zelazny, J., Franzen, P. L., Goldstein, T. R., and Brent, D. A. (2023). Social Media Use and Sleep Outcomes among Adolescents at High Risk for Suicide. ACCESS PDF HERE

Hamilton, J. L., Hutchinson, E., Evankovich, M. R., Ladouceur, C. D., Silk, J. S., (2022). Daily and average associations of physical activity, social media use, and sleep among adolescent girls during the COVID-19 pandemic. ACCESS PDF HERE

Hamilton, J. L., Tsypes, A., Zelazny, J., Sewall, C. J. R., Rode, N., Merranko, J., Brent, D. A., Goldstein, T. R., and Franzen, P. L. (2022). Sleep influences daily suicidal ideation through affective reactivity to interpersonal events among high-risk adolescents and young adults. ACCESS PDF HERE

Hamilton, J. L., Biernesser, C., Moreno, M. A., Porta, G., Hamilton, E., Johnson, K., Poling, K. D., Sakolsky, D., Brent, D. A., & Goldstein, T. G. (2021). Social media use and prospective suicidal thoughts and behaviors among adolescents at high risk for suicide. Suicide & life-threatening behavior, 51(6), 1203–1212. https://doi.org/10.1111/sltb.12801. ACCESS PDF HERE

Hamilton, J.L., Nesi, J., & Choukas-Bradley, S. (In Press). Re-examining adolescent social media use and socioemotional well-being through the lens of the COVID-19 pandemic: A theoretical review and directions for future research. Perspectives on Psychological Science. ACCESS PDF HERE

Hamilton, J.L. & *Lee, W. (2021). Associations between social media, bedtime technology use rules, and daytime sleepiness among adolescents: Cross-sectional findings from a nationally-representative sample. JMIR-Mental Health. Theme Issue: Voices in Adolescent Technology Use and Mental Wellness. ACCESS HERE

 

Hamilton, J.L., *Do, Q., Ladouceur, C., Choukas-Bradley, S., & Silk, J.S. (2021). Where it hurts the most: Peer interactions on social media and in person are differentially associated with emotional reactivity and sustained affect among adolescent girls. Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, 49, 155-167. doi: 10.1007/s10802-020-00725-5. ACCESS PDF HERE

Levenson, J., Thoma, B., Hamilton, J.L., Choukas-Bradley, S., & Salk, R. (In Press). Sleep among gender minority adolescents, Sleep, 44.  doi: 10.1093/sleep/zsaa185

 

Liu, R., Steele, S., Hamilton, J.L., *Do, Q, Burke, T.A. (2020). Sleep and suicide: A systematic review and meta-analysis of longitudinal studies. Clinical Psychology Review, 81, 101895. doi:10.1016/j.cpr.2020.101895 

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Burke, T.A., Ammeriman, B., Piccarillo, M., Hamilton, J.L., & Stange, J.P. (2020). Nonsuicidal self-injury scar concealment from the self and others. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 130, 313-320. doi:10.1016/j.jpsychires.2020.07.040

Hamilton, J.L., *Chand, S., *Reinhardt, L., Ladouceur, C., Silk, J.S., Moreno, M., Franzen, P.L & Bylsma, L.M. (2020). Social media use predicts later sleep timing and greater sleep variability: An ecological momentary assessment study among youth at high and low familial risk for depression. Journal of Adolescence, 83, 122-130. Doi: 10.1016/j.adolescence.2020.07.009. ACCESS PDF HERE

 

Stange, J.P., Hamilton, J.L., Shepard, R., Wu, J. Fresco, D., & Alloy, D. (2020). Inflexible autonomic responses to sadness predict habitual and real-world rumination: A multi-level, multi-wave study. Biological Psychology, 153, 107886. Doi: 10.1016/j.biopsycho.2020.107886

 

Hamilton, J.L., Ladouceur, C.D., Silk, J.S., Franzen, P.L., & Bylsma, L.M. (2020). Higher rates of sleep disturbance among offspring of parents with recurrent depression compared to offspring of non-depressed parents. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 45,1-11. doi: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsz079  ACCESS PDF HERE

*Gepty, A., Hamilton, J.L., Abramson, L.Y., & Alloy, L.B. (2019). The combination of living in high crime neighborhoods and high rumination predicts depressive symptoms among adolescents. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 48, 2141-2151. doi:10.1007/s10964-019-01150-8 ACCESS PDF HERE

 

Hamilton, J.L., Stange, J.P., Burke, T.A., Franzen, P.L., & Alloy, L.B. (2019). Sleep and physiological regulation among young adults with prior depression. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 115, 75-81. doi: 10.1016/j.jpsychires.2019.05.016 ACCESS PDF HERE

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