Published on in Vol 23, No 6 (2021): June

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/28892, first published .
Mental Health and Behavior of College Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Longitudinal Mobile Smartphone and Ecological Momentary Assessment Study, Part II

Mental Health and Behavior of College Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Longitudinal Mobile Smartphone and Ecological Momentary Assessment Study, Part II

Mental Health and Behavior of College Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Longitudinal Mobile Smartphone and Ecological Momentary Assessment Study, Part II

Journals

  1. Kulkarni P, Kirkham R, McNaney R. Opportunities for Smartphone Sensing in E-Health Research: A Narrative Review. Sensors 2022;22(10):3893 View
  2. Mendes J, Moura I, Van de Ven P, Viana D, Silva F, Coutinho L, Teixeira S, Rodrigues J, Teles A. Sensing Apps and Public Data Sets for Digital Phenotyping of Mental Health: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(2):e28735 View
  3. Zhang H, Morris M, Nurius P, Mack K, Brown J, Kuehn K, Sefidgar Y, Xu X, Riskin E, Dey A, Mankoff J. Impact of Online Learning in the Context of COVID-19 on Undergraduates with Disabilities and Mental Health Concerns. ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing 2022;15(4):1 View
  4. Larson J, Crowell H, Walsh L, Davis Rabosky A. The Batrachian Barf Bowl: An authentic research experience using ecological data from frog diets. Ecology and Evolution 2022;12(7) View
  5. Baetens I, Vanderfaeillie J, Soyez V, Vantilborgh T, Van Den Meersschaut J, Schotte C, Theuns P. Subjective wellbeing and psychological symptoms of university students during the COVID-19 pandemic: Results of a structured telephone interview in a large sample of university students. Frontiers in Psychology 2022;13 View
  6. Currey D, Hays R, Torous J. Digital Phenotyping Models of Symptom Improvement in College Mental Health: Generalizability Across Two Cohorts. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 2023;8(4):368 View
  7. Hovey J, Roley-Roberts M, Hurtado G, Seligman L, Levine J, Kene P, Gonzalez R. Coping competence and hopelessness moderate the influence of perceived burdensomeness on suicidal ideation in undergraduate college students. Current Psychology 2023;42(36):31775 View
  8. YAZICI H, TOSUN C, ÖZDEMİR M, KARSANTIK Y, AYDIN B, SAKİ V. COVID-19 Salgın Döneminde Üniversite Öğrencilerinde Kişisel Sağlık Davranışları ve Öznel İyi Oluş. Toplum ve Sosyal Hizmet 2021;Covid-19 Özel Sayı Cilt 1:141 View
  9. Júdice P, Sousa-Sá E, Palmeira A. Discrepancies Between Self-reported and Objectively Measured Smartphone Screen Time: Before and During Lockdown. Journal of Prevention 2023;44(3):291 View
  10. Filindassi V, Pedrini C, Sabadini C, Duradoni M, Guazzini A. Impact of COVID-19 First Wave on Psychological and Psychosocial Dimensions: A Systematic Review. COVID 2022;2(3):273 View
  11. Valenzuela R, Velasco R, Jorge M. Impact of COVID‐19 pandemic on sleep of undergraduate students: A systematic literature review. Stress and Health 2023;39(1):4 View
  12. Hammoudi Halat D, Younes S, Safwan J, Akiki Z, Akel M, Rahal M. Pharmacy Students’ Mental Health and Resilience in COVID-19: An Assessment after One Year of Online Education. European Journal of Investigation in Health, Psychology and Education 2022;12(8):1082 View
  13. ElTohamy A, Hyun S, Macaranas A, Chen J, Stevens C, Liu C. Testing positive, losing a loved one, and financial hardship: Real-world impacts of COVID-19 on US college student distress. Journal of Affective Disorders 2022;314:357 View
  14. Brogly C, Bauer M, Lizotte D, Press M, MacDougall A, Speechley M, Huner E, Mitchell M, Anderson K, Pila E. An App-Based Surveillance System for Undergraduate Students’ Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Protocol for a Prospective Cohort Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2021;10(9):e30504 View
  15. Neely A, Lopez P. The Differential Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Geography in the United States. The Professional Geographer 2022;74(3):430 View
  16. Cooper J, Scarf D, Conner T. University students’ opinions towards mobile sensing data collection: A qualitative analysis. Frontiers in Digital Health 2023;5 View
  17. Velez G. College and COVID-19: The Pandemic's reverberations on adolescents and emerging adults on campus. Current Opinion in Psychology 2023;51:101592 View
  18. Roberts M, Bell E, Meyer J. Mental health and academic experiences among U.S. college students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Frontiers in Psychology 2023;14 View
  19. Du X, Xiang G, Xiao M, Liu X, Sun J, Ding C, Chen H. The relationship between loneliness and problematic smartphone use among adolescents during the COVID‐19 pandemic: The mediating role of negative emotions and maladaptive coping. Journal of Adolescence 2023;95(7):1449 View
  20. Vallone F, Galvin J, Cattaneo Della Volta M, Akhtar A, Chua S, Ghio E, Giovazolias T, Kazakou Z, Kritikou M, Koutra K, Kovacevic S, Lee-Treweek G, Mašková I, Mavritsaki E, Nastic J, Plassova M, Stuchlíková I, Zurlo M. Technostress and academic motivation: direct and indirect effects on university students' psychological health. Frontiers in Psychology 2023;14 View
  21. Rocha S, Fuligni A. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on adolescent sleep behavior. Current Opinion in Psychology 2023;52:101648 View
  22. Dupuis M, Studer J, Wicki M, Marmet S, Gmel G, Righi L. Was retrospective change measurement conducted with Covid-19 containment inconsistent? Comparing prospective and retrospective change measures using data from a national survey on substance use and addictive behaviors. PLOS ONE 2023;18(6):e0286597 View
  23. Torquati J, Lombardi C, Chazan Cohen R, Matthews A, Brophy-Herb H. Mindfulness, coping, and disruptions as predictors of college student distress at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of American College Health 2023:1 View
  24. Brunette M, Erlich M, Edwards M, Adler D, Berlant J, Dixon L, First M, Oslin D, Siris S, Talley R. Addressing the Increasing Mental Health Distress and Mental Illness Among Young Adults in the United States. Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease 2023;211(12):961 View
  25. Chamarro A, Díaz-Moreno A, Bonilla I, Cladellas R, Griffiths M, Gómez-Romero M, Limonero J. Stress and suicide risk among adolescents: the role of problematic internet use, gaming disorder and emotional regulation. BMC Public Health 2024;24(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Bediou B, Wac K. Encyclopedia of Child and Adolescent Health. View