Effects of a Digital Mental Health Program Designed for Adolescents: Preliminary Results on Perceived Stress and Brooding

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Title: Effects of a Digital Mental Health Program Designed for Adolescents: Preliminary Results on Perceived Stress and Brooding

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This study examined differences in perceived stress and brooding among adolescents aged 13 to 17 who were randomly assigned to a digital mental health intervention designed for adolescents or to a waitlist control. The current data represent preliminary findings from this ongoing study, focusing on changes at 4 weeks.

Type: Research Poster Presentation


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