The CSBYD is grateful to the many colleagues, community agencies, public agencies, teachers, administrators, parents, and students without whose collaboration the Center could not do its work and seek to make a contribution to science and enhanced developmental outcomes for all youths. We express special thanks to our core long-term research partners.

Numerous research reports involving these research partnerships are forthcoming. Contact us for information about SEHS translations.

Selected SEHS International Studies

  • Ito, A., Smith, D. C., You, S., Shimoda, Y., & Furlong, M. J. (2015). Validation of the Social Emotional Health Survey–Secondary for Japanese students. Contemporary School Psychology, 19, 243–252. 
  • Lee, S., You, S., & Furlong, M. J. (2016). Validation of the Social Emotional Health Survey for Korean school students.  Child Indicators Research, 9, 73–92.
  • Telef, B. B., & Furlong, M. J., (2016). Adaptation and validation of the Social Emotional Health Survey-Secondary into Turkish culture. International Journal of School & Educational Psychology, 1-11. Published online: 13 Oct 2016. Doi:10.1080/21683603.2016.1234988
  • Telef, B. B., & Furlong, M. J., (2017, in press). Social and emotional psychological factors associated with subjective well-being: A comparison of Turkish and California adolescents. Cross-Cultural Research.
  • Pineda, D., Piqueras, J. A., Martinez, A., Rodriguez-Jimenez, T., Martínez Gonzalez, A. E., Santamaria, P., & Furlong, M. J. (2017).  A new instrument for covitality: The revised Social Emotional Health Survey–Primary in a Spanish sample of children. 14th European Conference on Psychological Assessment, Lisbon, Portugal, July.
  • Rodriguez-Jimenez, T., Piqueras, J. A., Martínez Gonzalez, A. E., Garcia-Oliva, C., Garcia-Olcina, Mariola M., Leticia Chacon, L., Furlong, M. J., & Marzo, J. C. (2017).  Covitality among adolescents: Psychometric properties of the Social Emotional Health Survey–Secondary for Spanish students.  14th European Conference on Psychological Assessment, Lisbon, Portugal, July.    
  • Pan Yan-Gu, Zhang Da-Jun, Chen Wan-Fen, Liu Guang-Zeng (2016). Preliminary validation of the Social and Emotional Health Survey in Chinese secondary school students. Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 24, 680–683. doi:10.16128/j.cnki.1005-3611.2016.04.024
  • Liu Hai-ning, HAN Bu-xin, LI Xiao-min, WANG Lu-yao, XIAO Qiao-ling. (2016). Reliability and validity of Social Emotional Health Survey-Elementary in Chinese children. Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 24, 450–457. doi:10.16128/j.cnki.1005-3611.2016.03.015  
  • Petrulytė, A., & Guogienė, V. (2017). Paauglių psichologinės sveikatos vertinimas vykdant tiriamąją ir prevencinę veiklą mokykloje (Adolescent’ psychological health evaluation using investigative and preventive activities at school). Pedagogika / Pedagogy 2017, t. 126, Nr. 2, p. 99–114 / Vol. 126, No. 2, pp. 99–114.
  • Wang, C., Yang, C., Jiang, X., & Furlong, M. J. (2017). Validation of Social Emotional Health Survey-Primary for Chinese students. International Journal of School & Educational Psychology. Online first, 09 Jan 2017,

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