40th Anniversary Collection
2015 marks the 40th anniversary of the Journal of Pediatric Psychology . To celebrate, enjoy a selection of the top ten most cited articles and popular special issues from the past 40 years.
The articles below are free to access.
The development and validation of the Children's Hope Scale
C.R. Snyder, Betsy Hoza, William E. Pelham, et al.
I get by with a little help from my family and friends - adolescents support for diabetes care
Annette M. La Greca, Wendy F. Auslander, Peggy Greco, et al.
Family-centered caregiving and well-being of parents of children with disabilities: Linking process with outcome
Gillian King, Susanne King, Peter Rosenbaum, et al.
Post-hoc probing of significant moderational and mediational effects in studies of pediatric populations
Grayson N. Holmbeck
Families surviving childhood cancer: A comparison of posttraumatic stress symptoms with families of healthy children
Lamia P. Barakat, Anne E. Kazak, Anna T. Meadows, et al.
Psychological aspects of childhood obesity: A controlled study in a clinical and nonclinical sample
Caroline Braet, Ivan Mervielde and Walter Vandereycken
Risky Health Behavior Among Adolescents in the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study Cohort
James L. Klosky, Carrie R. Howell, Zhenghong Li, et al.
Comparison of a Family-Based Group Intervention for Youths with Obesity to a Brief Individual Family Intervention: A Practical Clinical Trial of Positively Fit
Ric G. Steele, Brandon S. Aylward, Chad D. Jensen, et al.
What Does It Take? Comparing Intensive Rehabilitation to Outpatient Treatment for Children With Significant Pain-Related Disability
Laura E. Simons, Christine B. Sieberg, Melisa Pielech, et al.
Special Issue: Evidence-Based Interventions in Pediatric Psychology