Aubrey Borgen

Aubrey Borgen
Central Michigan University | CMU · Department of Psychology

Master of Arts

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Introduction
My research is focused on identifying the effect of parenting on obesogenic risk factors in childhood, particularly problematic media use. http://sarahdomoff.com/about/members/
Education
August 2017 - May 2022
Central Michigan University
Field of study
  • Clinical Psychology

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Publications (12)
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Adolescents frequently use social media to connect with peers, develop friendships, and explore their identity. However, some adolescents, particularly those with co-occurring mental health concerns or other vulnerabilities, may experience problems or dysfunction related to their social media use. Navigating online social interactions, regulating o...
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The standard of care among youth who are psychiatrically hospitalized typically involves smartphone confiscation for the duration of treatment. However, very little is known regarding how youth respond to this period of smartphone “deprivation,” factors that may influence this response, and ensuing clinical effects. The present exploratory mixed-me...
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, children’s physical health and access to mental health resources have been two critical concerns. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy-Health (PCIT-Health) is a treatment model aimed at helping parents manage children’s general behavior and their behavior in obesogenic contexts (screen time and mealtime). Due to social dis...
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Child screen media use may cause family conflict, and risk factors for such conflict are not well characterized. This study examined risk factors of persistent requesting to use screen media among preschool‐age children, focusing on parent‐reported characteristics of parent and child screen media use. Data were collected through an online survey co...
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Youth with a history of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are more likely to develop risky health behaviors. With the increase of media use in the general population, it is likely that these high-risk youth are developing maladaptive behaviors associated with media use (i.e., problematic media use). The goals of this article are (1) to describe...
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Utilizing the built‐in features of smartphones, a novel app “eMoodie” (www.emoodie.com) was developed which passively collects information on app and smartphone/tablet usage including duration and time of use. Youth in the US and UK participated in piloting and validating eMoodie. In the first study, we evaluated the feasibility and acceptability o...
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Utilizing the built-in features of smartphones, a novel app “eMoodie” (www.emoodie.com) was developed which passively collects information on app and smartphone/tablet usage including duration and time of use. Youth in the US and UK participated in piloting and validating eMoodie. In the first study, we evaluated the feasibility and acceptability o...
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The growth of mobile device access and ownership has yielded many opportunities and challenges for raising healthy digital media consumers. As adoption of mobile and internet‐connected devices has increased among children, concerns for healthy child development have been expressed regarding excessive or problematic use. Although much theoretical an...
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Children's mobile device (e.g., smartphone, tablet) access and ownership has grown substantially in the past decade. Concerns exist regarding excessive use and the impact of frequent consumption of mobile media on children's health and well‐being. We review the literature on the harmful physical health correlates of excessive mobile device use duri...

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