Development of brief, mechanism-targeted intervention and prevention programs to reduce youth mental health problems and promote positive youth development
Identification of cognitive and behavioral mechanisms of youth mental health interventions
Harnessing mobile technology to enhance scalability, feasibility, and precision of youth mental health services
Evaluation of the relation between dissemination and implementation processes, intervention outcomes, and intervention design
Leveraging entrepreneurial and business approaches for the large-scale dissemination and implementation of feasible and effective youth mental health interventions in real-world settings and conditions
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