Publications, Analysis Code & Data

Published (*shared first author)

 1. Pollmann, A., Fritz, J., Barker, T., & Fuhrmann. D. (2022). A Topology of Adversities in Adolescence: Networks of Adversity in Childhood and Adolescence and their Relationship to Adult Mental Health. Manuscript in print in Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology. preprint & R code
 2. Jefferies, P., Höltge, J., Fritz, J., & Ungar, M. (2021). A cross-country network analysis of resilience systems in young adults. Emerging Adulthood. link & R code
3. Schlechter, P.,* Fritz, J.,* Cassels, M.,* Neufeld, S. A. S., & Wilkinson, P. O. (2021). Youth and Childhood Adversity Scale: A Step towards Developing a New Measure of Adversity and its Severity. European Journal of Psychotraumatology. link & R code & data
4. Schueler, K., Fritz, J., Dorfschmidt, L., van Harmelen, A.-L., Strömer, E., & Wessa, M. (2021). Psychological Network Analysis of General Self-Efficacy in High vs Low Resilient Functioning Healthy Adults. Frontiers in Psychiatry: Public Mental Health. link & code
 5. Stochl, J., Soneson, S., Stuart, F., Fritz, J., Walsh, A. E. L., Croudace, T., … Perez, J. (2021). Determinants of Patient-Reported Outcome Trajectories and Symptomatic Recovery in Improving Access to Psychological Treatment (IAPT) Services. Psychological Medicine. link & R code & synthetic data
6. Fritz, J., Stochl, J., Kievit, R. A., van Harmelen, A.-L., & Wilkinson, P. O. (2021). Tracking Stress, Mental Health and Resilience Factors in Medical Students, Before, During and After a Stress-Inducing Exam Period: Protocol and Proof of Principle Analyses for the RESIST Cohort-Study. JMIR Formative Research. link & R code & data
 7. Fritz, J. (2020). Shedding Light on the Complex Picture of Psychosocial Factors that Promote Mental Health in Young People (Doctoral thesis). link
 8. Stochl, J., Fried, E., Fritz, J., Croudace, T., Knight, C., Jones, P., Perez, J. (2020). On Dimensionality, Measurement Invariance and Suitability of Sum Scores for the PHQ-9 and the GAD-7. Assessmentlink & R code & synthetic data
 9. Fritz, J., Stochl, J., Goodyer, I. M., van Harmelen, A.-L., & Wilkinson, P. O. (2020). Embracing the Positive: An Examination of How Well Resilience Factors at Age 14 Can Predict Distress at Age 17. Translational Psychiatry. link & R code & data
 10. Fritz, J., Stochl, J., Fried, E. I., Goodyer, I. M., van Borkulo, C. D., Wilkinson, P. O., & van Harmelen, A.-L. (2019). Unravelling the Complex Nature of Resilience Factors and their Changes between Early and Later Adolescence. BMC Medicine. link & R code & data & Are resilience and risk factors opposing sides of the same coin?
 11. Kalisch, R., Cramer, A. O. J. Binder, H., Fritz, J., Leertouwer, I., Lunansky, G., … & van Harmelen, A.-L. (2019). Deconstructing and Reconstructing Resilience: A Dynamic Network Approach. Perspectives on Psychological Sciences. link
 12. Fritz, J., Stretton, J., Askelund, A. D., Schweitzer, S., Walsh, N., Elzinga, B. E., … van Harmelen, A.-L. (2019). Mood and Neural Responses to Social Rejection Do Not Seem to Be Altered in Resilient Adolescents with a History of Adversity. Development and Psychopathology. link
 13. Fritz, J., Fried, E. I., Goodyer, I. M., Wilkinson, P. O., van Harmelen, A.-L. (2018). A Network Model of Resilience Factors for Adolescents with and without Exposure to Childhood Adversity. Scientific Reports. link & R code & data
 14. Fritz, J., de Graaff, A. M., Caisley, H., van Harmelen, A.-L., & Wilkinson, P. O. (2018). A Systematic Review of Amenable Resilience Factors that Moderate and/ or Mediate the Relationship between Childhood Adversity and Mental Health in Young People. Frontiers in Psychiatry. Special Issue: Resilience, Life Events, Trajectories and The Brain. link

 

Under review, submitted & preprints

1. Wiedemann, A., Stochl, J., Neufeld, S.A.S, Fritz, J., Bhatti, J., Hook, R., NSPN Consortium, Goodyer, I.M., Dolan, R., Bullmore, E.T., Chamberlain, S.R., Fonagy, R., Perez, J., & Jones, P.B. A Longitudinal Study of Mental Health Related Risk and Resilience in Young People during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Manuscript  under review. 
2. Jefferies, P., Fritz, J., Deighton, J. & Ungar, M. The dual-factor model of mental health in schoolchildren in England: An examination of levels and interrelations of protective factors. In submission.
3. Fritz, J., Kievit, R., Stochl, J., van Harmelen, A.-L., & Wilkinson, P. O. (2020). On the Dynamics and Mutual Relations of Mental Distress, Brooding and Self-Esteem from Before to After Naturally Occurring Exam Stress. Manuscript in preprint. link: chapter 7 code data
 4. Fritz, J., Stochl, J., Goodyer, I. M., van Harmelen, A.-L., & Wilkinson, P. O. (2020). An Empirical Examination of How Resilience Factors Mitigate the Effect of Childhood Adversity on Adolescent Mental Health. Manuscript in preprint. link & R code & data

 

In preparation

1. Fritz, J., Haslbeck, J.M.B., Stochl, J., Galante, J., Widmer, B., Moore, M., White, S.R., Allen, C., Acton, N., Jones, P.B., & Ford, T.J. Mental Health Ecosystem: Exploring the Dynamic Landscape of Psychosocial Factors, Wellbeing and Mental Distress During the Covid-19 Pandemic. Manuscript in preparation.
 2. Fritz, J.,* Piccirillo, M.,* Cohen, Z., Frumkin, M., Kirtley, O. J., Moeller, J., Neubauer, A. B., Norris, L., Schuurman, N. K., Snippe, E., and Bringmann, L. F.So you want to do ESM? A brief overview on ESM design and implementation. Manuscript in preparation. link to open materials
 3. Piccirillo, M.,* Fritz, J.,* Cohen, Z., Frumkin, M., Kirtley, O. J., Moeller, J., Neubauer, A. B., Norris, L., Schuurman, N. K., Snippe, E., and Bringmann, L. F.So you want to do ESM? A momentary assessment on the future of ESM research. Manuscript in preparation. link to open materials

 

Preregistrations

  1. Fritz, J., Krüger, E.-M., Venhoff, L., Dayani, Z., & Salzmann, S. (2022). How promising are I-PROMs (idiographic patient-reported outcome measures)? A systematic review on how they work, whether they can be leveraged as feedback tools, and on their generalizability. PROSPERO: International prospective register of systematic reviews. CRD42022361535. link
  2. Fritz, J., Kievit, R. A., Stochl, J., van Harmelen, A.-L., & Wilkinson, P. O. (2020). Exploring the Case of Mental Health Mutualism: Do Resilience Factor Levels and Mental Health Problems Change Mutualistically, from Before to During and After Exam Stress Exposure? OSF preregistration link
  3. Fritz, J., de Graaff, A. M., Caisley, H., van Harmelen, A.-L., & Wilkinson, P. O. (2016). Resilience Following Childhood Adversity (CA): A Systematic Review of Resilience Factors which Mitigate the Risk of Psychopathology after the Exposure to CA. PROSPERO: International prospective register of systematic reviews.  CRD42016051978. link

 

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