My primary interest is in exploring digital health, digital stress, and the impact of social media use in adolescents and young adults. Through my research, I aim to contribute to the better understanding of the risk and protective factors of digital stress and social-media related psychopathology in children and adolescents. I am also interested in developing mindfulness and ACT based interventions in pediatric health populations.
Khetawat, D., Proulx, M. J. & McCubbin, I. (under publication) Digital stress in children and adolescents with Visual Impairment. British Journal of Ophthalmology.
Patrini, K. Lees, R. H. & Khetawat, D. (under-review) effect of early vs late social media exposure on anxiety, depression, and distress in 15-17-year-olds. The Psychological Bulletin.
Khetawat, D. (2020). Benefits of Deinstitutionalization for children with Psychopathology: a comparative analysis of India and UK. Institutional Care Exploration and Beyond. Sage Publications.
Khetawat, D. (2020). how much difference does difference make experience of working as an Assistant Psychologist in the NHS. Research Gate, 2, 112-121.