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  • Normative developmental trajectories of actigraphic sleep variables during the preschool period : a three-wave longitudinal study 

    Preschool sleep trajectories
    Tétreault, Émilie; Bernier, Annie; Matte‐Gagné, Célia; Carrier, Julie (Wiley, 2018-02)
    Important changes in sleep are believed to occur in the preschool years, but studies that have documented these changes were generally cross‐sectional or based on subjective sleep measures. The current longitudinal study modeled the developmental ...
  • Norms of concept familiarity and emotional valence for 3,596 French nouns and their contribution in lexical decision 

    Chedid, Georges; Wilson, Maximiliano A.; Bedetti, Christophe; Rey, Amandine E.; Vallet, Guillaume; Brambati, Simona Maria (Springer, 2018-08-20)
    In the last decade, research has shown that word processing is influenced by the lexical and semantic features of words. However, norms for a crucial semantic variable-that is, conceptual familiarity-have not been available for a sizeable French database. ...
  • A novel computerized assessment of manual spatial exploration in unilateral spatial neglect 

    Pierce, Jordan E.; Ronchi, Roberta; Thomasson, Marine; Rossi, Irene; Casati, Carlotta; Saj, Arnaud; Vallar, Giuseppe; Vuilleumier, Patrik (Routledge, 2021-01-21)
    Unilateral spatial neglect is a neuropsychological syndrome commonly observed after stroke and defined by the inability to attend or respond to contralesional stimuli. Typically, symptoms are assessed using clinical tests that rely upon visual/perceptual ...
  • Objective and subjective measures of sleep among preschoolers: Disentangling attachment security and dependency 

    Attachment and sleep among toddlers: disentangling attachment security and dependency.
    Bélanger, Marie-Ève; Bernier, Annie; Simard, Valérie; Bordeleau, Stéphanie; Carrier, Julie (2015-03)
    Many scholars have proposed that parent-child attachment security should favor child sleep. Research has yet, however, to provide convincing support for this hypothesis. The current study used objective measures of sleep and attachment to assess the ...
  • Obstructive sleep apnea and the risk of cognitive decline in older adults 

    Gosselin, Nadia; Baril, Andrée-Ann; Osorio, Ricardo S.; Kaminska, Marta; Carrier, Julie (American Thoracic Society, 2019-01-15)
    Obstructive sleep apnea causes intermittent hypoxia and sleep fragmentation and affects at least 20% of individuals after the age of 65. There is accumulating evidence that obstructive sleep apnea may impact brain structure and function. Recent cohort ...
  • Obstructive sleep apnea during REM sleep and daytime cerebral functioning : a regional cerebral blood flow study using high-resolution SPECT 

    Baril, Andrée-Ann; Gagnon, Katia; Brayet, Pauline; Montplaisir, Jacques-Yves; Carrier, Julie; Soucy, Jean-Paul; Lafond, Chantal; Blais, Hélène; d’Aragon, Caroline; Gagnon, Jean-François; Gosselin, Nadia (SAGE, 2018-11-22)
    Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) predominantly during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep may have impacts on brain health, even in milder OSA cases. Here, we evaluated whether REM sleep OSA is associated with abnormal daytime cerebral functioning using ...
  • Parallel recovery of consciousness and sleep in acute traumatic brain injury 

    Duclos, Catherine; Dumont, Marie; Arbour, Caroline; Paquet, Jean; Blais, Hélène; Menon, David K.; De Beaumont, Louis; Bernard, Francis; Gosselin, Nadia (American Academy of Neurology, 2017)
    Objective: To investigate whether the progressive recuperation of consciousness was associated with the reconsolidation of sleep and wake states in hospitalized patients with acute traumatic brain injury (TBI). Methods: This study comprised 30 ...
  • Parenting and preschoolers’ executive functioning : A case of differential susceptibility? 

    Rochette, Émilie; Bernier, Annie (2016-03)
    A growing body of theoretical and empirical work has been attempting to answer the questions of how and how much of the effects of children’s early experience may depend on their inner characteristics. Theory and evidence suggest that some children, ...
  • Parent–child relationships and child executive functioning at school entry: the importance of fathers 

    Hertz, Sarah; Bernier, Annie; Cimon-Paquet, Catherine; Regueiro, Sophie (Taylor & Francis, 2017-06-21)
    This study aimed to examine the unique and interactive contributions of the quality of mothers’ and fathers’ relationships with their toddlers to the prediction of children’s subsequent executive functioning (EF). The sample included 46 low-risk ...
  • Partner behavioral responses to pain mediate the relationship between partner pain cognitions and pain outcomes in women with provoked vestibulodynia 

    Davis, Seth; Bergeron, Sophie; Sadikaj, Gentiana; Corsini-Munt, Serena; Steben, Marc (2015-06-01)
    Partner behavioral responses to pain can have a significant impact on patient pain and depression, but little is known about why partners respond in specific ways. Using a cognitive-behavioral model, the present study examined whether partner cognitions ...
  • Pathways of association between childhood irritability and adolescent suicidality 

    Orri, Massimiliano; Galera, Cedric; Turecki, Gustavo; Boivin, Michel; Tremblay, Richard Ernest; Geoffroy, Marie-Claude; Côté, Sylvana (Elsevier, 2018-10-30)
    Objective Childhood irritability predicts suicidal ideation/attempt (suicidality), but it is unclear whether irritability is an independent and direct risk factor for suicidality or a marker of intermediate mental health symptoms associated with ...
  • 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 ...
  • Posterior cortical atrophy : impact on daily living activities and exploration of a cognitive rehabilitation approach 

    Bier, Nathalie; El-Samra, Ali; Bottari, Carolina; Vallet, Guillaume; Carignan, Mathieu; Paquette, Guillaume; Brambati, Simona Maria; Demers, Louise; Génier-Marchand, Daphné; Rouleau, Isabelle (Cogent OA, 2019-07-11)
    Posterior cortical atrophy (PCA) is a neurodegenerative disease affecting the posterior region of the brain. Little is known about both the impact of PCA on functioning and how to support patients on a daily basis. The purpose of this study was to ...
  • La prématurité et le développement moteur 

    Noiseux-Lush, Camille; Landry, Catherine; Lippé‬, ‪Sarah (Éditeur Pleiomédia, 2020-11-01)
    La prématurité (< 37 semaines de gestation) est un facteur de risque qui influence de manière significative le pronostic développemental de l’enfant. Les déficits moteurs sont parmi les conséquences à long terme de cette condition. Ce chapitre ...
  • 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 ...

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