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Effects of puberal development on self-regulation of behaviour and its relation with present and past life condition

Grant number: 16/14750-0
Support type:Research Projects - Thematic Grants
Duration: April 01, 2017 - March 31, 2022
Field of knowledge:Humanities - Psychology
Principal Investigator:Sabine Pompéia
Grantee:Sabine Pompéia
Home Institution: Escola Paulista de Medicina (EPM). Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP). Campus São Paulo. São Paulo , SP, Brazil
Co-Principal Investigators:Hugo Cogo Moreira ; Mônica Carolina Miranda
Assoc. researchers:Ana Regina Noto ; Débora Cristina Hipólide ; Hanna Karen Moreira Antunes ; Juliana Nery de Souza Talarico ; Marcia Lurdes de Cacia Pradella Hallinan ; Maria Laura Nogueira Pires ; Mauro Fisberg ; Vânia D'Almeida
Associated scholarship(s):19/11706-8 - Systematic review of the literature on the development of self-regulation of behavior during pubertal development, BP.PD
19/15681-0 - Effects of puberal development on self-regulation of behaviour and its relation with present and past life condition, BP.TT
19/03616-9 - Recruitment, collection and tabulation of cognitive and biological data, BP.TT
18/15836-0 - Effects of puberal development on self-regulation of behaviour and its relation with present and past life condition, BP.TT
18/17483-8 - Recruitment, collection and tabulation of cognitive and biological data, BP.TT

Abstract

The theme of this study is centered on the effects of pubertal development on a range of biopsychosocial factors and their consequences in modulating the ability of adolescents to self-regulate their behavior, which impacts mental and physical health and quality of life in adulthood. The proposal is innovative because: 1) unlike the literature, which considers only age in behavioral development, we will examine the role of sexual maturation, which determines neurological changes in this phase of life; 2) we will use behavioral measures that are in the public domain, which will be made available, and cost-effective biomarkers that are only slightly invasive or not so (saliva, capillary blood, hair), in order to democratize the reproducibility of findings. The biopsychosocial factors investigated in the light of pubertal development will include sleep quality, chronotype, mood and how they are affected by socioeconomic status, gender, family environment, etc.; biological measures related to health and allostatic load during pubertal development will include metabolic, endocrine and immunological markers of low cost collected with minimally invasive procedures. The effects of these factors on the development of differentiable functions of self-regulation [based on logical reasoning (cool functions) and emotions (hot functions)] will then be studied. The study will be cross-sectional and will include 330 9-15 year-old participants from a wide range of backgrounds. Factors susceptible to interventions to improve self-regulation in adolescence will be determined and the results will be disseminated to the scientific community and the general public. (AU)

Scientific publications
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
POMPEIA, SABINE; VALVERDE ZANINI, GISLAINE DE ALMEIDA; DE FREITAS, RAFAELLA SALES; CABANA INACIO, LUANNA MARISTELLA; DA SILVA, FLAVIA CALANCA; DE SOUZA, GIOVANA RIBEIRO; DE SOUZA VITALLE, MARIA SYLVIA; NISKIER, SHEILA REJANE; COGO-MOREIRA, HUGO. Adapted version of the Pubertal Development Scale for use in Brazil. Revista de Saúde Pública, v. 53, 2019. Web of Science Citations: 0.
POMPEIA, SABINE; INACIO, LUANNA MARISTELLA; DE FREITAS, RAFAELLA SALES; ZANINI, GISLAINE VALVERDE; MALLOY-DINIZ, LEANDRO; COGO-MOREIRA, HUGO. Psychometric Properties of a Short Version of the Impulsiveness Questionnaire UPPS-P in a Brazilian Adult Sample: Invariance for Effects of Age, Sex and Socioeconomic Status and Subscales Viability. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, v. 9, JUN 27 2018. Web of Science Citations: 0.

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