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Craig J.R. Sewall
Craig J.R. Sewall
Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Pittsburgh
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A systematic review and meta-analysis of discrepancies between logged and self-reported digital media use
DA Parry, BI Davidson, CJR Sewall, JT Fisher, H Mieczkowski, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (11), 1535-1547, 2021
3822021
How psychosocial well-being and usage amount predict inaccuracies in retrospective estimates of digital technology use
CJR Sewall, TM Bear, J Merranko, D Rosen
Mobile Media & Communication 8 (3), 379-399, 2020
1182020
Excessive opioid prescribing after major urologic procedures
KM Theisen, JM Myrga, N Hale, G Cochran, C Sewall, LC Macleod, ...
Urology 123, 101-107, 2019
702019
Social media use and deliberate self-harm among youth: a systematized narrative review
C Biernesser, CJR Sewall, D Brent, T Bear, C Mair, J Trauth
Children and youth services review 116, 105054, 2020
622020
Social media and well-being: A methodological perspective
DA Parry, JT Fisher, H Mieczkowski, CJR Sewall, BI Davidson
Current Opinion in Psychology 45, 101285, 2022
492022
Objectively measured digital technology use during the COVID-19 pandemic: Impact on depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation among young adults
CJR Sewall, TR Goldstein, D Rosen
Journal of Affective Disorders 288, 145-147, 2021
282021
Measurement discrepancies between logged and self-reported digital media use: A systematic review and meta-analysis
DA Parry, BI Davidson, C Sewall, JT Fisher, H Mieczkowski, D Quintana
Preprint, 2020
252020
Sleep influences daily suicidal ideation through affective reactivity to interpersonal events among high‐risk adolescents and young adults
JL Hamilton, A Tsypes, J Zelazny, CJR Sewall, N Rode, J Merranko, ...
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 64 (1), 27-38, 2023
232023
Does objectively measured social-media or smartphone use predict depression, anxiety, or social isolation among young adults?
CJR Sewall, TR Goldstein, AGC Wright, D Rosen
Clinical Psychological Science 10 (5), 997-1014, 2022
23*2022
The role of depression in the discrepancy between estimated and actual smartphone use: A cubic response surface analysis
CJR Sewall, DA Parry
PubPub, 2021
172021
Ecologies of juvenile reoffending: A systematic review of risk factors
LA Jacobs, LE Ashcraft, CJR Sewall, BL Folb, C Mair
Journal of criminal justice 66, 101638, 2020
142020
Interpersonal Relationships and Suicidal Ideation in Youth with Bipolar Disorder
CJR Sewall, TR Goldstein, RH Salk, J Merranko, MK Gill, M Strober, ...
Archives of Suicide Research 24 (2), 236-250, 2020
122020
A Bayesian multilevel analysis of the longitudinal associations between relationship quality and suicidal ideation and attempts among youth with bipolar disorder
CJR Sewall, JM Girard, J Merranko, D Hafeman, BI Goldstein, M Strober, ...
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 62 (7), 905-915, 2021
82021
Opioid use patterns and risk characteristics among injured patients
G Cochran, ML Pacella, W Ringwald, M Repine, V Hruschak, C Beaugard, ...
Substance abuse 41 (1), 24-28, 2020
82020
A risk calculator to predict suicide attempts among individuals with early‐onset bipolar disorder
TR Goldstein, J Merranko, D Hafeman, MK Gill, F Liao, C Sewall, H Hower, ...
Bipolar disorders 24 (7), 749-757, 2022
62022
What is the role of depression in the discrepancy between estimated and actual iPhone use? An exploratory analysis using cubic response surface analysis
C Sewall, DA Parry
Open Science Framework, 2021
52021
Recidivism in context: A meta-analysis of neighborhood concentrated disadvantage and repeat offending
LA Jacobs, LE Ashcraft, CJR Sewall, D Wallace, BL Folb
Criminal Justice and Behavior 49 (6), 783-806, 2022
42022
Preliminary findings of a ten-item scale to assess the commitment of low-income owners to their companion animals
ME Rauktis, J Hoy-Gerlach, CJR Sewall, H Lee, L Bickel
Anthrozo÷s 34 (1), 109-126, 2021
42021
Personalizing suicidology.
CJR Sewall, AGC Wright
Hogrefe Publishing 42 (6), 405, 2021
32021
How consistent are smartphone application preferences? A descriptive study of mobile application repertoires using behavioral data
DA Parry, C Sewall
SocArXiv, 2021
12021
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