Clinical Child and School Psychology Lab
The mission of the clinical child and school psychology research laboratory is to improve the academic, emotional, and behavioral functioning of the children and adolescents by:
· Contributing new knowledge regarding various topics in clinical child and school psychology to the academic community in the form of original research.
· Critically reviewing current knowledge in the fields of clinical child and adolescent psychology as well as school psychology.
· Involving undergraduate and graduate students in the research process in order to provide a service to the community as well as assist in the training of these students as future psychologists.
Here are examples of Dr. Jewell’s most recent research:
Jewell, J. D. & Elliff, S. J. (in press). An investigation of the effectiveness of the Relaxation Skills Violence Prevention (RSVP) Program with juvenile detainees. Criminal Justice and Behavior.
Brown, D. L., Jewell, J. D., Stevens, A. L., Crawford, J. L, & Thompson, R. (2012). Suicidal risk in adolescent residential treatment: Being female is more important that a depression diagnosis. Journal of Child and
Family Studies, 21, 359-367.
Jewell, J. D., Brown, D., Smith, G., & Thompson, R. (2010). Examining the influence of caregiver ethnicity on youth placed in out of home care: Ethnicity matters – for some. Children and Youth Services Review, 32,