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  • Pathways to recovery among homeless people with mental illness: Is impulsiveness getting in the way? 

    Leclair, Marichelle C.; Lemieux, Ashley J.; Roy, Laurence; Martin, Michael S.; Latimer, Éric; Crocker, Anne (SAGE, 2019-11-25)
    Objective: This study investigates the association between impulsiveness and six dimensions of recovery among homeless people with mental illness. Method: The sample was composed of 418 participants of a randomized controlled trial of Housing ...
  • La pertinence de l'inquiétude parentale pour le développement langagier du jeune enfant référé en psychiatrie 

    The relevance of parental worry for language development in clinic-referred preschoolers
    Smolla, Nicole; Béliveau, Marie-Julie; Noël, Raphaële; Breault, Chantale; Lévesque, Alain; Berthiaume, Claude; Martin, Véronique (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Département de psychologie, 2015)
    The prevalence of unsuspected language deficits, high in clinical settings, was examined in a sample of 167 clinic-referred preschoolers (aged 3 to 5): 73.1 % were diagnosed with a language disorder, which is consistent with rates reported by the ...
  • A phase 2 study of trametinib for patients with pediatric glioma or plexiform neurofibroma with refractory tumor and activation of the MAPK/ERK pathway 

    Perreault, Sébastien; Larouche, Valérie; Tabor, Uri; Hawkin, Cynthia; Lippé, Sarah; Ellezam, Benjamin; Décarie, Jean-Claude; Théoret, Yves; Métras, Marie-Élaine; Sultan, Serge; Cantin, Édith; Routhier, Marie-Ève; Caru, Maxime; Legault, Geneviève; Bouffet, Éric; Lafay-Cousin, Lucie; Hukin, Juliette; Erker, Craig; Jabado, Nada (BMC, 2019-12-27)
    Background Pediatric low-grade gliomas (PLGG) are the most frequent brain tumors in children. Up to 50% will be refractory to conventional chemotherapy. It is now known that the majority of PLGG have activation of the MAPK/ERK pathway. The same pathway ...
  • A portrait of self-reported health and distress in parents whose child died of cancer 

    Dumont, Émilie; Bourque, Claude Julie; Duval, Michel; Payot, Antoine; Sultan, Serge; Butterflies/Papillons Research Team (SAGE, 2020-09-20)
    Grieving a child following cancer is a substantially difficult task. The objectives of this research were: 1) to describe current quality of life (QoL), psychological distress and symptoms of grief of bereaved parents, and 2) to explore the role of ...
  • Prolonged and unprolonged complex febrile seizures differently affect frontal theta brain activity 

    Thébault-Dagher, Fanny; Deguire, Florence; Knoth, Inga Sophia; Lafontaine, Marc Philippe; Barlaam, Fanny; Côté, Valérie; Agbogba, Kristian; Lippé, Sarah (Elsevier, 2019-11-07)
    Objective: Studies have identified persistent cognitive and functional deficits, which could be linked to each other, in children with complex febrile seizures (FS). Our aim was to investigate differences in brain activity in children with a history ...
  • Promoting autonomy to reduce employee deviance : the mediating role of identified motivation 

    Bureau, Julien; Mageau, Geneviève; Morin, Alexandre; Gagné, Marylène; Forest, Jacques; Papachristopoulos, Konstantinos; Lucas, Ashrah; Thibault Landry, Anaïs; Parenteau, Chloé (Canadian center of science and education, 2018-04-18)
    The organizational environment is purported to have a profound impact on how employees behave at work. In particular, the extent to which the work environment can foster autonomy in employees has been shown to predict several positive outcomes for ...
  • Promoting optimal parenting and children’s mental health : a preliminary evaluation of the How-to Parenting Program 

    Joussemet, Mireille; Mageau, Geneviève; Koestner, Richard (Springer, 2013-04-24)
    Parenting quality is widely accepted as a primary predictor of children’s mental health. The present study examined the effectiveness of a parenting program in fostering optimal parenting and child mental health. The selected program was How to talk ...
  • A prospective two-year examination of cognitive and behavioral correlates of provoked vestibulodynia outcomes 

    Davis, Seth; Bergeron, Sophie; Bois, Katy; Sadikaj, Gentiana; Binik, Yitzchak M.; Steben, Marc (2015-04-01)
    Background: Provoked vestibulodynia (PVD) is a common genital pain disorder in women that is associated with sexual dysfunction and lowered sexual satisfaction. A potentially applicable cognitive-behavioral model of chronic pain and disability is the ...
  • Provoked vestibulodynia : mediators of the associations between partner responses, pain, and sexual satisfaction 

    Rosen, Natalie O.; Bergeron, Sophie; Lambert, Bernard; Steben, Marc (2013-01)
    Provoked vestibulodynia (PVD) is a chronic, recurrent vulvo-vaginal pain condition affecting 12% of the general population, and is associated with sexual dysfunction, psychological distress, and reduced quality of life. There is growing interest in the ...
  • Psychological risk in long-term survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia and its association with functional health status : A PETALE cohort study 

    Anestin, Annélie S.; Lippé, Sarha; Robaey, Philippe; Bertout, Laurence; Drouin, Simon; Krajinovic, Maja; Michon, Bruno; Rondeau, Émélie; Samoilenko, Mariia; Laverdière, Caroline; Sinnett, Daniel; Sultan, Serge (Wiley, 2018-08-07)
    Background: Recent research has suggested that long-term pediatric cancer survivors were at risk of important physical and psychological morbidities. To date, we do not know to what extent functional health status contributes to psychological risk and ...
  • Psychosexual aspects of vulvovaginal pain 

    Bergeron, Sophie; Likes, Wendy M.; Steben, Marc (2014-10)
    Vulvovaginal pain problems are major health concerns in women of childbearing age. Controlled studies have shown that vulvovaginal pain can adversely affect women and their partners’ general psychological well-being, relationship adjustment and overall ...
  • A qualitative impairment in face perception in Alzheimer’s disease : evidence from a reduced face inversion effect 

    face inversion effect in Alzheimer’s disease
    Lavallée, Marie Maxime; Gandini, Delphine; Rouleau, Isabelle; Vallet, Guillaume; Joannette, Maude; Kergoat, Marie-Jeanne; Busigny, Thomas; Rossion, Bruno; Joubert, Sven (2016-04-12)
    Prevalent face recognition difficulties in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) have typically been attributed to the underlying episodic and semantic memory impairment. The aim of the current study was to determine if AD patients are also impaired at the perceptual ...
  • Quality of life, treatment beliefs, and treatment satisfaction in children treated for primary immunodeficiency with SCIg 

    Sultan, Serge; Rondeau, Émélie; Levasseur, Marie-Claude; Dicaire, Renée; Decaluwe, Hélène; Haddad, Elie (Springer, 2017-06-08)
    Despite the development of subcutaneous treatment, children and adolescents with primary immunodeficiency (PID) are vulnerable to a lower quality of life (QoL) than non-clinical participants. Comparisons have been offered in rare reports with limited ...
  • Reconsidering the links between sibship size, maternal sensitivity, and child attachment : a multidimensional interactive approach 

    Sibship size and maternal sensitivity
    Bernier, Annie; Miljkovitch, Raphaële; Tarabulsy, George M.; Sirois, Marie-Soleil; Bailey, Heidi N. (American Psychological Association, 2018-04)
    Despite being a well-documented predictor of children’s cognitive and social development, sibship has received remarkably little attention in the attachment and maternal sensitivity literature. The only study that has examined both sensitivity and ...
  • Regional brain stem atrophy in idiopathic Parkinson's disease detected by anatomical MRI 

    Jubault, Thomas; Brambati, Simona Maria; Degroot, Clotilde; Kullmann, Benoit; Strafella, Antonio P.; Lafontaine, Anne-Louise; Chouinard, Sylvain; Monchi, Oury (Public Library of Science, 2009-12-10)
    Idiopathic Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by the dysfunction of dopaminergic dependent cortico-basal ganglia loops and diagnosed on the basis of motor symptoms (tremors and/or rigidity and bradykinesia). ...
  • Regional cerebral blood flow during wakeful rest in older subjects with mild to severe obstructive sleep apnea 

    Cerebral perfusion in OSA
    Baril, Andrée-Ann; Gagnon, Katia; Arbour, Caroline; Soucy, Jean-Paul; Montplaisir, Jacques-Yves; Gagnon, Jean-François; Gosselin, Nadia (Oxford University Press, 2015)
    Objectives: To evaluate changes in regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) during wakeful rest in older subjects with mild to severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and healthy controls, and to identify markers of OSA severity that predict altered ...
  • Regional reductions of gray matter volume in familial dyslexia 

    Brambati, Simona Maria; Termine, Cristiano; Ruffino, Milena; Stella, Giacomo; De Fazio, Francesco; Cappa, Stefano F.; Perani, Daniela (American Academy of Neurology, 2004)
    An in vivo anatomic study of gray matter volume was performed in a group of familial dyslexic individuals, using an optimized method of voxel-based morphometry. Focal abnormalities in gray matter volume were observed bilaterally in the planum temporale, ...
  • Relationship satisfaction moderates the associations between male partner responses and depression in women with vulvodynia : a dyadic daily experience study 

    Rosen, Natalie O.; Bergeron, Sophie; Sadikaj, Gentiana; Glowacka, Maria; Baxter, Mary-Lou; Delisle, Isabelle (2014-07)
    Vulvodynia is a prevalent vulvovaginal pain condition that interferes with women’s psychological health. Given the central role of sexuality and relationships in vulvodynia, relationship satisfaction may be an important moderator of daily partner ...
  • Relationships between years of education, regional grey matter volumes, and working memoryrelated brain activity in healthy older adults 

    Boller, Benjamin; Mellah, Samira; Ducharme-Laliberté, Gabriel; Belleville, Sylvie (Springer, 2017-04)
    The aim of this study was to examine the relationships between educational attainment, regional grey matter volume, and functional working memory-related brain activation in older adults. The final sample included 32 healthy older adults with 8 to ...
  • Les représentations d’attachement de mères d’accueil 

    Attachment representations in foster mothers
    Pallanca, Dominique; Béliveau, Marie-Julie; Moss, Ellen; Vandal, Catherine (Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Département de psychologie, 2011)
    Cet article souligne la pertinence de la théorie de l’attachement dans la question du placement en famille d’accueil d’enfants en difficulté. Les résultats présentés sont issus d’un projet de recherche visant à accroître les connaissances sur les ...