Dr. Nesi is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior. She conducts research on the role of social media in adolescents' mental health and development.
|Massing-Schaffer, M. & Nesi, J. Cybervictimization and Suicide Risk in Adolescence: An Integrative Model of Social Media and Suicide Theories. Adolescent Research Review. 2019;|
|Jennifer C. Wolff Elizabeth Thompson Sarah A. Thomas Jacqueline Nesi Alexandra H. Bettis Briana Ransford Kate Scopelliti Elisabeth A. Frazier Richard T. Liu Emotion dysregulation and non-suicidal self-injury: A systematic review and meta-analysis. European Psychiatry. 2019;|
|Jacqueline Nesi Jennifer C. Wolff Jeffrey Hunt Patterns of Social Media Use Among Adolescents Who Are Psychiatrically Hospitalized. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 2019;|
|Sophia Choukas-Bradley Jacqueline Nesi Laura Widman M.K. Higgins Camera-ready: Young women’s appearance-related social media consciousness.. Psychology of Popular Media Culture. 2018;|
|Choukas-Bradley, Sophia, Nesi, Jacqueline, Widman, Laura, Noar, Seth M. Examining the Roles of Self-Objectification and Appearance Expectations in Young Women’s Indoor Tanning Behavior. Sex Roles/Sex Roles. 2018;|
|Nesi, Jacqueline, Prinstein, Mitchell J. In Search of Likes: Longitudinal Associations Between Adolescents’ Digital Status Seeking and Health-Risk Behaviors. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology/Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology. 2018; : 1-9.|
|Garrett Wagner, Kyla P., Widman, Laura, Nesi, Jacqueline, Noar, Seth M. Intentions to Use Emergency Contraception: The Role of Accurate Knowledge and Information Source Credibility. American Journal of Health Education/American journal of health education / American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. 2018; 49 (4) : 264-270.|
|Widman, Laura, Nesi, Jacqueline, Kamke, Kristyn, Choukas-Bradley, Sophia, Stewart, J.L. Technology-Based Interventions to Reduce Sexually Transmitted Infections and Unintended Pregnancy Among Youth. Journal of Adolescent Health/The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine. 2018; 62 (6) : 651-660.|
|Nesi, Jacqueline, Choukas-Bradley, Sophia, Prinstein, Mitchell J. Transformation of Adolescent Peer Relations in the Social Media Context: Part 1—A Theoretical Framework and Application to Dyadic Peer Relationships. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review/Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review. 2018; 21 (3) : 267-294.|
|Nesi, Jacqueline, Choukas-Bradley, Sophia, Prinstein, Mitchell J. Transformation of Adolescent Peer Relations in the Social Media Context: Part 2—Application to Peer Group Processes and Future Directions for Research. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review/Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review. 2018; 21 (3) : 295-319.|
|Nesi, Jacqueline, Miller, Adam B., Prinstein, Mitchell J. Adolescents' depressive symptoms and subsequent technology-based interpersonal behaviors: A multi-wave study. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology/Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 2017; 51 : 12-19.|
|Nesi, Jacqueline, Rothenberg, W. Andrew, Hussong, Andrea M., Jackson, Kristina M. Friends' Alcohol-Related Social Networking Site Activity Predicts Escalations in Adolescent Drinking: Mediation by Peer Norms. Journal of Adolescent Health/The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine. 2017; 60 (6) : 641-647.|
|Widman, Laura, Choukas-Bradley, Sophia, Noar, Seth M., Nesi, Jacqueline, Garrett, Kyla Parent-Adolescent Sexual Communication and Adolescent Safer Sex Behavior. JAMA Pediatrics/JAMA Pediatrics. 2016; 170 (1) : 52.|
|Nesi, Jacqueline, Widman, Laura, Choukas-Bradley, Sophia, Prinstein, Mitchell J. Technology-Based Communication and the Development of Interpersonal Competencies Within Adolescent Romantic Relationships: A Preliminary Investigation. Journal of Research on Adolescence/Journal of Research on Adolescence. 2016; 27 (2) : 471-477.|
|Nesi, Jacqueline, Prinstein, Mitchell J. Using Social Media for Social Comparison and Feedback-Seeking: Gender and Popularity Moderate Associations with Depressive Symptoms. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology/Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 2015; 43 (8) : 1427-1438.|
|Widman, Laura, Nesi, Jacqueline, Choukas-Bradley, Sophia, Prinstein, Mitchell J. Safe Sext: Adolescents' Use of Technology to Communicate About Sexual Health With Dating Partners. Journal of Adolescent Health/The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine. 2014; 54 (5) : 612-614.|
PDF-0-105-17 The Role of Social Media in Adolescents’ Suicidal Thoughts and Behavior Current
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)
This two-year postdoctoral training grant uses a multi-method approach, incorporating qualitative and semi-structured interviews, self-report measures, and social media data, to examine the role of adolescents’ online peer experiences in suicidal behavior. ($104,000).
DGE-1144081 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship 09/2013 – 05/2018
National Science Foundation (NSF)
This three-year award recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students conducting innovative research in STEM disciplines (including tuition support; $144,000).