Emily McClelland's research while affiliated with Mississippi State University and other places

Publications (12)

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Previous research has shown that media messages affect body image in emerging adults. Furthermore, parental body image messages and parent–child relationship quality have also been shown to affect emerging adult body image. However, little research has examined the relationships among these variables collectively. Thus, the current study examined t...
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Previous research has shown the effect of both media messages and parental feedback on emerging adult body esteem. However, not much research has examined the combined effects of these types of feedback on emerging adult body esteem. Previous research has also shown that mothers and fathers can affect their children differently. Thus, the current s...
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Smoke-free ordinances and policies protect youth from exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) and cigarette use. This study investigated whether smoke-free ordinances also protect youth from the use of other tobacco products. We compared the prevalence of SHS exposure, cigarette smoking, cigar smoking, smokeless tobacco use, and e-cigarette use among hi...
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JUUL e-cigarettes can rapidly deliver nicotine to the brain, are not complicated to maintain and use, and can be used discreetly. These features may be attractive to adult cigarette smokers looking for a product to replace cigarettes, but may also attract nonsmoking youth and young adults. JUUL has changed the e-cigarette landscape in a short span...
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Objective: This study assessed awareness, prevalence of trial, and frequency of Juul use among undergraduate students at three Mississippi universities. Methods: A random sample of students responded to web-based surveys assessing Juul awareness, trial, and use. Results: Most students were aware of Juul (69.5%) and recognized that a Juul pod provi...
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Although Mississippi does not have statewide smoke-free legislation, 157 municipalities in Mississippi have smoke-free ordinances. This study compares hospital admission rates for acute cardiovascular, stroke, and pulmonary events for counties with and without smoke-free county seats.
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Mississippi State University has provided surveillance and evaluation services to Mississippi statewide tobacco control programs since 1999. In addition to informing programmatic decisions and monitoring progress towards outcome objectives, our survey and administrative data have shaped local and state policy decisions and health care practices. Th...
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The field of research associated with this study is clinical psychology; specifically, the focus is on parenting, emerging adulthood, and disruptive behavior. Research indicates that ineffective parenting practices are associated with disruptive behavior in offspring and disruptive behavior in offspring affects parenting practices. However, this re...
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BACKGROUND: Mississippi has implemented several programs and policies to reduce youth tobacco. This study examines trends in youth tobacco use and compares current prevalence rates for cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco, and e-cigarettes.
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Background: Recently, snus and electronic cigarettes have been introduced to the US market, while waterpipes have gained popularity. The purpose is to assess use of these products among youth and identify demographic, behavioral, and situational predictors of use. Methods: We administered the Mississippi Youth Tobacco Survey to high school studen...

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... Although oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is traditionally considered a childhood disorder, research has shown that emerging adults also report ODD symptoms, suggesting that the disorder continues beyond childhood (Burke, Rowe, & Boylan, 2014;Leadbeater, Thompson, & Gruppuso, 2012;Whelan, Stringaris, Maughan, & Barker, 2013). Indeed, individuals with ODD symptoms in childhood experience long lasting negative effects into emerging adulthood, such as poor interpersonal relationships, workplace problems, lower academic attainment, and more injuries (Burke, Waldman, & Lahey, 2010;Loeber, Burke, & Pardini, 2009;McClelland & McKinney, 2016;McKinney, Morse, & Pastuszak, 2016). Individuals with ODD symptoms who have experienced parental emotional and physical maltreatment have been shown to have even worse outcomes, such as poor quality interpersonal relationships (Li et al., 2016). ...