After twenty years of serving as a trusted and valued publication, The Prevention Researcher will come to an end in September. We are currently collaborating with our parent organization, The Foundation for Global Sports Development, to create a new online resource with a stronger focus on youth and the culture of sport. This site will feature research, stories, and helpful information about young people and the many ways sport and athletic involvement can affect their lives.
While we are sad to see The Prevention Researcher end, we are also very much looking forward to this new endeavor. The final issue of The Prevention Researcher will be published in September of 2013. At that time, all current subscribers will receive notification and reimbursement for unpublished issues. For those of you desiring to further develop your professional library, we have reduced the prices of our issues, articles, and bundles. All previous issues are now $5, all bundles are half-off, and articles are available for free download.
Volume 20, Issue 2
Exploring how professionals in school and community environments can support youth with disabilities in the successful transition to adulthood.
We print our final issue in September.
After 20 years of publishing youth-related research, The Prevention Researcher will print its last... Read More
New! Supporting Youth in Recovery
Our newest issue is now available! "Supporting Youth in Recovery" can be found here, where you can... Read More
"Smut Page Survivor": A new Youth Story
Our latest Youth Story is now available! Read "Smut Page Survivor" about the effects of... Read More
Saying Goodbye as Our Journey Changes
These past few weeks, the staff and I at The Prevention Researcher have had the most difficult task of letting our ... Read More
Promoting Healthy Relationships Among LGBT Youth
The topic of promoting healthy relationships among LGBT youth is one that is still not addressed very often. Little ... Read More
Free Article: Help-seeking and Help-giving for Teen Dating Violence
How do teens typically get help for dating violence, and how can adults and other teens best respond to dating ... Read More
#011 - Respectful and Healthy Teen Break-Ups: An Interview with Nicole Daley and Ricky Smith
February is "Relationship Wellness Month," and this special edition podcast turns the focus on... More...
#010 - Changing School Culture with Restorative Practices: An Interview with Dr. Christopher Plum
A few years ago, the Plymouth Educational Center in Detroit, Michigan began using mandatory,... More...
#009 - The Effectiveness of Internet-based Depression Interventions: An Interview with Dr. Joshua Fogel
Depression remains a problem for today's teens, with 25% of youth reporting depressive symptoms.... More...