Cyberbullying Prevalence Among US Middle and High School–Aged Adolescents: A Systematic Review and Quality AssessmentCyberbullying (CB) has established links to physical and mental health problems including depression, suicidality, substance use, and somatic symptoms. Quality reporting of CB prevalence is essential to guide evidence-based policy and prevention priorities. The purpose of this systematic review was to investigate study quality and reported prevalence among CB research studies conducted in populations of US adolescents of middle and high school age.
Child Sexual Abuse Revisited: A Population-Based Cross-Sectional Study Among Swiss AdolescentsChild sexual abuse (CSA) is one of the most serious public health problems among children and adolescents, owing to its widespread prevalence and serious health consequences. The present study aimed to assess the prevalence of, and characteristics and circumstances associated with, CSA.
Mental Health Problems and Help-Seeking Behavior Among College StudentsMental disorders are as prevalent among college students as same-aged non-students, and these disorders appear to be increasing in number and severity. The purpose of this report is to review the research literature on college student mental health, while also drawing comparisons to the parallel literature on the broader adolescent and young adult populations.
Gambling and Health Risk Behaviors Among U.S. College Student-Athletes: Findings from a National StudyTo examine prevalence and associations of gambling problems and health risk behaviors among college athletes from the first national survey of gambling among U.S. college student-athletes.