This position will be associated with Dr. Prinstein’s NIH grant on peer functioning and suicidality/self-injury in the transition to adolescence. This position is time-limited up to three years. This study examines interpersonal models of depressive symptoms and changes in suicide-related thoughts and behaviors (e.g., suicidal ideation, nonsuicidal self-injury) during the adolescent transition. Current work also includes the study of adolescents with depression diagnoses and data collection during a lab-based assessment and during six phone call follow-up assessments. There are three primary responsibilities associated with this position. First, the holder of this position will be responsible for identifying and recruiting potential research participants. Second, the holder of this position will be responsible for administering the study battery to participants at baseline and follow-up time points. Finally, the holder of this position will be responsible for overall study coordination (e.g., maintaining study files, interfacing with clinicians).
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