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Jerel P. Calzo
developmental psychologist, faculty researching adolescent health, lgbtq youth, eating disorders, and substance use.
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Jerel P. Calzo Jun 10
Our study highlighting how media, policy, and environment perpetuate the stigma of homelessness and exacerbate health was featured yesterday.
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STRIPED Apr 7
Check out 's 's take on the latest celebrity detox tea feud : Opinion | How the Kardashian family’s detox ads feed into the scams and lies of diet culture via
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Jerel P. Calzo Mar 20
Check out the new study on adolescent boys and body image ideals by in . Was honored to be invited to provide an editorial on this important work.
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Jerel P. Calzo Mar 17
Replying to @jaclynasiegel
I see you. I’ve been dealing with depression and burnout recently, too. Academia will always be hard on us. One thing my therapist has reminded me to do is to always make space EVERY DAY to do something nourishing and kind just for myself. It’s replenishing.
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Jerel P. Calzo Mar 16
So honored to be a part of the 2019 AED Fellows Class, especially along with my dear friend and collaborator from the start, . Thanks for mentoring us along the way, Bryn Austin, AED President 2019-2020 !
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Jerel P. Calzo Mar 16
Congratulations Bryn Austin, assuming role as President of AED 2019-2020 Looking forward to your visionary leadership!
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ED Research Program Mar 15
Watching as really starts to get a nuanced view of intersectionality. We as a field need to lean into these complexities per Dr. Calzo (and the applause that he elicited).
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Kyle T. Ganson Mar 15
Well done 👏🏻👏🏻 Key points: Sexual orientation is multidimensional Everyone has gender identity irrespective of sexual orientation You can’t group all sexual minority youth together as a risk group for . Intersectional identities matter!
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Jerel P. Calzo Mar 15
A call to action!— Did you know NIH only allocates $1 per person who is affected by an eating disorder? Important advocacy and research by Bryn Austin
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STRIPED Mar 15
of & takes the podium at in excellent plenary on & in . Great work, Jerel!
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Jerel P. Calzo Mar 4
It's such an honor to be included in such a prestigious group of awardees and honorees!
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Jerel P. Calzo Mar 1
Shout out to Ethan Lopez presenting important and research on the need for community informed and led, evidence-based approaches to eating disordered treatment and prevention for trans folx.
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STRIPED Jan 27
Leading researchers in and looking for who work with men & boys to fill out BRIEF survey to share your experience & knowledge! Plz RT to interested others!
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Jerel P. Calzo Nov 12
Packed session on what public health professionals need to know about racism
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Jerel P. Calzo Sep 13
Thanks to for reporting on our work 1% of children aged 9-10 self identify as gay or transgender. Need to support these youth.
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Amy Gower Sep 10
More evidence today, along with 's paper, bolstering the need for LGBTQ supportive climates in elementary schools.
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Jerel P. Calzo Sep 10
Roughly 1% of US 9-10 year-old children self-identify as sexual or gender minority. New in w/
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Jerel P. Calzo Aug 23
Ran into my son’s teacher at WF today and we commiserated over back to school prep. She had useful reminder— we’ll always be more prepared than our students. I’ll drink to that!
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Jerel P. Calzo Aug 23
Replying to @kendrinrae
You have to teach me!
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Kendrin Sonneville, ScD, RD Aug 20
Learned how to make a website on my summer vacation... Sonnevile Lab website up and running!
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