National Scientific Council on Adolescence member Jacqueline Nesi talks about how sharing online can be a way for young people to find social support.
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In April 2023, our Co-Executive Director Dr. Adriana Galván talked at the Utah Youth in Transition Policy Summit about what we know about adolescent brain development, and how we can use that knowledge to improve policies for transition-age youth.
NCSA member Jackie Nesi spoke with Greater Good Magazine about what parents can do to make sure social media use is beneficial for adolescents, and how they can help minimize the negative aspects of technology.
NSCA member David Yeager talked with NPR about why schools should help young people cultivate a sense of purpose.
This is a scenario where we just need to know more," says NSCA member Jacqueline Nesi, in an article for The New York Times Upshot about what the research really says about social media and youth mental health.
NSCA member Candice Odgers and CDA Communications Director Meghan Forder write for Child and Family Blog about how parents can support positive online experiences for their young adolescents.
NSCA member Stephen Russell, University of Texas at Austin, talked with The New York Times about the experiences of LGBTQ youth in the US today.
Prof. Jacqueline Nesi, part of the leadership of the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health and member of the NSCA, talked with Washington Post reporter Teddy Amenabar about putting the Surgeon General's social media advisory into context.
NPR science corresponded Jon Hamilton spoke with our Co-Executive Director Adriana Galván and other researchers about why the adolescent brain is "a marvel."