Joy Gabrielli, Ph.D.

Joy Gabrielli, Ph.D.

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Publications

Exposure to Television Alcohol Brand Appearances as Predictor of Adolescent Brand Affiliation and Drinking Behaviors.
Journal of youth and adolescence
2021

Academic Functioning of Youth in Foster Care: The Influence of Unique Sources of Social Support.
Children and youth services review
2021

The A, B, Cs of Youth Technology Access: Promoting Effective Media Parenting.
Clinical pediatrics
2020

Internet Alcohol Marketing Recall and Drinking in Underage Adolescents.
Academic pediatrics
2020

Acute-on-chronic stress in the time of COVID-19: assessment considerations for vulnerable youth populations.
Pediatric research
2020

Innovative methodological and statistical approaches to the study of child maltreatment: Introduction.
Child abuse & neglect
2019

Emerging trends in cannabis administration among adolescents
Journal of Adolescent Health
2019

A New Recall of Alcohol Marketing Scale for Youth: Measurement Properties and Associations With Youth Drinking Status.
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs
2019

TECH Parenting to Promote Effective Media Management.
Pediatrics
2018

Parental rules on mature movie content and youth drinking and marijuana use outcomes: Restriction prevents substance initiation
Prevention Science
2018

Parental Restriction of Movie Viewing Prospectively Predicts Adolescent Alcohol and Marijuana Initiation: Implications for Media Literacy Programs.
Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research
2018

Media/Marketing Influences on Adolescent and Young Adult Substance Abuse.
Current addiction reports
2018

Maltreatment, Coping, and Substance Use in Youth in Foster Care: Examination of Moderation Models.
Child maltreatment
2018

Aspirational Brand Choice and Underage Alcohol Use.
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs
2018

Validation of commercial business lists as a proxy for licensed alcohol outlets.
BMC public health
2017

U.S. cannabis legalization and use of vaping and edible products among youth.
Drug and alcohol dependence
2017

The blind men and the elephant: Identification of a latent maltreatment construct for youth in foster care.
Child abuse & neglect
2017

Coping styles in youth exposed to maltreatment: Longitudinal patterns reported by youth in foster care.
Child abuse & neglect
2017

Adolescent smoking experimentation as a predictor of daily cigarette smoking.
Drug and alcohol dependence
2017

Industry Television Ratings for Violence, Sex, and Substance Use.
Pediatrics
2016

Child Maltreatment, Trauma, and Physical Health Outcomes: The Role of Abuse Type and Placement Moves on Health Conditions and Service Use for Youth in Foster Care.
Journal of pediatric psychology
2016

Associations Between Physical and Relational Forms of Peer Aggression and Victimization and Risk for Substance Use Among Elementary School-Age Youth.
Journal of child & adolescent substance abuse
2016

Associations Between Maltreatment History and Severity of Substance Use Behavior in Youth in Foster Care.
Child maltreatment
2016

The role of negative life events in comorbid reactive aggression and marijuana use among Latino adolescents
Journal of Aggression Maltreatment & Trauma
2015

Measurement of Behavioral and Emotional Outcomes of Youth in Foster Care: Investigation of the Roles of Age and Placement Type.
Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment
2015

Longitudinal Assessment of Self-Harm Statements of Youth in Foster Care: Rates, Reporters, and Related Factors.
Child psychiatry and human development
2015

Do communication and social interaction skills differ across youth diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or dual diagnosis?
Research in autism spectrum disorders
2015

Using Multiple Informants to Assess Child Maltreatment: Concordance Between Case File and Youth Self-Report.
Journal of aggression, maltreatment & trauma
2014

Untangling the relative contribution of maltreatment severity and frequency to type of behavioral outcome in foster youth.
Child abuse & neglect
2014

Hope as a Moderator of the Associations between Common Risk Factors and Frequency of Substance Use among Latino Adolescents.
Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment
2014

A safety awareness program for women with diverse disabilities: a randomized controlled trial.
Violence against women
2014

Psychological perspectives on ‘Acute on Chronic’ trauma in children: Implications of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti
Children & Society
2014

The role of peer rejection in the link between reactive aggression and academic difficulties
Child & Youth Care Forum
2013

Examining relations between negative life events, time spent in the United States, language use, and mental health outcomes in Latino adolescents
Child & Youth Care Forum
2013

Strategies for Longitudinal Research with Youth in Foster Care: A Demonstration of Methods, Barriers, and Innovations.
Children and youth services review
2012

Prevalence of interpersonal violence against community-living adults with disabilities: a literature review.
Rehabilitation psychology
2011

Development of a safety awareness group intervention for women with diverse disabilities: a pilot study.
Rehabilitation psychology
2010

Screening adolescents for substance use-related high-risk sexual behaviors.
The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine
2009

Alcohol use and religiousness/spirituality among adolescents.
Southern medical journal
2007

Research Interests

The Youth Risk and Resilience Lab is directed by Joy Gabrielli, Ph.D. It is housed in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Florida. Graduate students in the lab work toward doctorate degrees that lead to careers as clinical child psychologists and researchers.

We seek to improve understanding of factors (both environmental and individual) that contribute to youth trajectories of risk and resilience as they progress in development towards adulthood. Within this aim, we look to employ novel technologies and methodologies to promote research engagement and data capture and improve strategies for prevention and intervention efforts. Further, we actively seek to conduct research that benefits underserved and underrepresented youth populations.

For more information, visit Dr. Gabrielli's Lab Page here:
https://phhp-faculty-janicke-a2.sites.medinfo.ufl.edu/current-projects/dr-gabrielli-the-youth-risk-resilience-lab/