You can find a full list of published outputs from SCAMP below:

1.        Air pollution and human cognition: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Thompson R, Smith RB, Karim YB, et al. The Science of the total environment.
2023;859.Pt 2:160234–160234.

2.        Assessing the contributions of outdoor and indoor sources to air quality in London homes of the SCAMP cohort. Vu TV, Stewart GB, Kitwiroon N, et al. Building and Environment. 2022;222:1-8.

3.        Bidirectional associations between sleep problems and behavioural difficulties and health-related quality of life in adolescents: Evidence from the SCAMP longitudinal cohort study. Shen C, Mireku MO, Di Simplicio, et al. JCPP Advances. 2022 Sep;2(3):e12098.

4.         Impact of mobile phones and wireless devices use on children and adolescents’ mental health: A systematic review. Girela-Serrano BM, Spiers ADV, Ruotong L, et al. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 2022 Jun;1-31.

5.        Modulatory effects of SES and multilinguistic experience on cognitive development: A longitudinal data analysis of multilingual and monolingual adolescents from the SCAMP cohort. Filippi R, Ceccolini A, Booth E, et al. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. 2022 Apr;25(9):3489-3506. 

6.        Personal radiofrequency electromagnetic field exposure of adolescents in the Greater London area in the SCAMP cohort and the association with restrictions on permitted use of mobile communication technologies at school and at home. Schmutz C, Bürgler A, Ashta N, et al. Environmental Research. 2022 Sep;212(Pt B):113252.

7.        Noise pollution and human cognition: An updated systematic review and meta-analysis of recent evidence. Thompson R, Smith RB, Bou Karim Y, et al. Environment International. 2022;158:106905-106905.

8.        Digital technology use and BMI: Evidence from a cross-sectional analysis of an adolescent cohort study. Shen C, Dumontheil I, Thomas M, et al. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 2021;23(7):e26485.

9.        Benefit of woodland and other natural environments for adolescents’ cognition and mental health. Maes MJA, Pirani M, Booth ER, et al. Nature Sustainability. 2021;4(10):851-858.

10.       Enabling participation of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) and seldom-heard communities in health research: A case study from the SCAMP adolescent cohort study. Bruton J, Jones K, Jenkins R, et al. Research for All. 2020;4(2):207-219.

11.      Social networking site use in young adolescents: Association with health-related quality of life and behavioural difficulties. Jenkins R, Shen C, Dumontheil I, et al. Computers in Human Behaviour. 2020;109:106320.

12.       Processed data on the night-time use of screen-based media devices and adolescents’ sleep quality and health-related quality of life. Mireku MO, Barker MM, Mutz J, et al. Data in Brief. 2019 Apr;23:103761.

13.       Night-time screen-based media device use and adolescents’ sleep and health-related quality of life. Mireku MO, Barker MM, Mutz J, et al. Environment International. 2019 Mar;124:66-78.

14.      Cohort Profile: The Study of Cognition, Adolescents and Mobile Phones (SCAMP). Toledano MB, Mutz J, Röösli M, et al. International Journal of Epidemiology. 2019 Feb;48(1):25-26l.

15.      Total recall in the SCAMP cohort: Validation of self-reported mobile phone use in the smartphone era. Mireku MO, Mueller W, Fleming C, et al. Environmental Research. 2018 Feb;161:1-8.

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