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L2B Publications 2009 – Present
Broderick, P.C. & Metz, S. (2009). Learning to BREATHE: A pilot trial of a mindfulness curriculum for adolescents. Advances in School Mental Health, 2, 36-46.
Broderick, P., Pinger, L. & Worthen, D., (2012). Case study of Learning to BREATHE. In Brown, P., Corrigan, M. & Higgins-D’Alessandro (Eds), A Handbook of Prosocial Education (pp. 399-408). N.Y. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
Broderick, P. C. & Jennings, P. A. (2012). Mindfulness for adolescents: A promising approach to supporting emotion regulation and preventing risky behavior. New Directions for Youth Development, Winter, Issue 136, 111-126.
Metz, S., Frank, J., Reibel, D., Cantrell, T., Sanders, R., & & Broderick, P.C. (2013) The effectiveness of the Learning to BREATHE program on adolescent emotion regulation, Research in Human Development, 10:3, 252-272.
Frank, J.L., Reibel, D., Broderick, P.C., Cantrell, T. & Metz, S. (2013). The effectiveness of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction on educator stress and well being: Results from a pilot study. Mindfulness, 6(2), 208-216.
Broderick, P. C., & Frank, J. L. (2014). Learning to BREATHE: An intervention to foster mindfulness in adolescence. New Directions for Youth Development, 2014 (142), 31-44.
Bluth, K., Campo, R. A., Pruteanu-Malinici, S., Reams, A., Mullarkey, M., & Broderick, P. C. (2016). A school-based mindfulness pilot study for ethnically diverse at-risk adolescents. Mindfulness, 7, 90-104.
Broderick, P.C. & Metz, S. (2016). Working on the inside: Mindfulness for adolescents. In K. Schonert-Reichl & R. Roeser (Eds.) Handbook of research on mindfulness in education. N.Y.: Springer. 355-382.
Fung, J., Guo, S., Jin, J., Bear, L., & Lau, A. (2016). A pilot randomized trial evaluating a school-based mindfulness intervention for ethnic minority youth. Mindfulness, 7, 819-828.
Dvorakova, K., Kishida, M., Elavsky, S., Li,, J. Broderick, P.C., Agrusti, M.R. & Mark T. Greenberg. (2017). Promoting healthy transition to college through mindfulness training with 1st year college students: Pilot randomized controlled trial. Journal of American College Health, 64, 259-267.
Shomaker, L.B., Bruggink, S., Pivarunas, B., Skoranski, A., Foss, J., Chaffin, E., Damager, S., Annameier, S., Quaglia, J., Brown,K.W., Broderick, P.C. & Bell, C. (2017). Pilot randomized controlled trial of a mindfulness-based group intervention in adolescent girls at risk for type 2 diabetes with depressive symptoms. Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 32, 66-74.
Levitan, J., Schussler, D., Mahfouz, J., Frank, J., Kohler, K., Broderick, P.C., Mitra, J., Oh, Y., Berrena, & Greenberg, M., (2018). Evaluating student cognitive and social-emotional growth during a high school mindfulness course using mixed-method design. Sage Research Method Cases. doi.org/10.4135/978152446428.
Mahfouz, J. , Levitan, J., Schussler, D., Broderick, P. Dvorakova, K., Agrusti, M., & Greenberg, M (2018). Ensuring college-student success through mindfulness-based classes: Just BREATHE. College Student Affairs Journal, 36, 1-16.
Broderick, P.C., Frank, J.L., Berrena, E., Mitra, J., Oh. Y., Schussler, D.L., , Kohler, K.M., Roeser, R.W. & Greenberg. M.T. Evaluating the Quality of Mindfulness Instruction Delivered in School Settings: Development and Validation of the Teaching Mindfulness in Education Observation Scale. Mindfulness.
Felver, J., Clawson, A., Morton, M., Brier- Kennedy, Janack, P. & DiFlorio, R. (2018). School-based mindfulness intervention supports adolescent resiliency. International Journal of School and Educational Psychology.
Dalager, S., Annameier, S. Bruggink, S. Pivarunas, Coatsworth, J., Schmid, A., Bell, C. Broderick, P. Brown, K., Quaglia, J., & Shomaker, L. (accepted 2018). Mindfulness-Based Group Intervention for an Adolescent Girl at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes: A Case Report.
Lucas-Thompson, R.G., Broderick, P.C., Coatsworth, J.D. & Smyth, J.M. (2018). New avenues for promoting mindfulness in adolescence using mHeath. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 28, 131-139.