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  • A comparison of communication tone and responding across users and developers in two R mailing lists 

    Lanovaz, Marc; Adams, Bram (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2019-06-19)
    The R programming language has an active community of both users and developers, which maintain mailing lists to communicate. Given their differences in training and stability, the effects of communication tone on responding may differ across these ...
  • Comparison of tablet-delivered and instructor-delivered teaching on receptive identification in children with autism spectrum disorders 

    Tablet vs. instructor teaching
    Chebli, Sabine S.; Lanovaz, Marc; Dufour, Marie-Michèle (SAGE, 2018-06)
    The purpose of our study was to compare the effectiveness of tablet- and instructor-delivered teaching (i.e., prompting and reinforcement) on the receptive identification of one-word concepts in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). To this ...
  • Complex effects of dyslexia risk factors account for ADHD-traits : evidence from two independent samples 

    Mascheretti, Sara; Trezzi, Vittoria; Giorda, Roberto; Dionne, Ginette; Plourde, Vickie; Vitaro, Frank; Brendgen, Mara; Boivin, Michel; Marino, Cecilia (Wiley, 2016-08-08)
    Background: Developmental dyslexia (DD) and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are among the most common neurodevelopmental disorders, whose etiology involves multiple risk factors. DD and ADHD co-occur in the same individuals much more ...
  • Contagion of anxiety symptoms among adolescent siblings : a twin study 

    Serra Poirier, Catherine; Brendgen, Mara; Vitaro, Frank; Dionne, Ginette; Boivin, Michel (Wiley, 2017-03)
    This study examined whether social contagion of anxiety symptoms is present between siblings during early adolescence and whether this process is moderated by sex, relationship quality, and zygosity. Based on 634 monozygotic and dizygotic twins (336 ...
  • Critique du modèle neurophysiologique de la desphinothérapie. Sonophorèse et écholocation 

    Baribeau, Jacinthe; David, Geneviève; Larivée, Serge (Revue de psychoéducation (Université de Montréal. École de psychoéducation.), 2006-06)
    Un certain nombre de chercheurs (Birch, 1996; Cole, 1995, 1996; De Bergerac, 1998) fondent sur un modèle neurophysiologique leurs arguments en faveur de la delphinothérapie pour traiter divers désordres (DSM-IV) cognitifs et émotifs chez les enfants ...
  • Croire : une tendance lourde 

    Larivée, Serge (2009-01)
    Au moins trois motifs sont susceptibles d’expliquer pourquoi la raison baisse les bras devant la croyance quelle qu’en soit la nature (religieuse, paranormale) : la satisfaction de l’homme à l’égard de sa propre pensée, la prééminence des émotions ...
  • La croyance au Père Noël a une date de péremption 

    Belief in Santa Claus has an expiry date
    Larivée, Serge; Sénéchal, Carole (2009-12)
    La plupart des enfants en Occident sont en contact avec le Père Noël au cours de leur enfance. Pour la plupart des parents, il s’agit d’une croyance anodine destinée à conférer à la fête de Noël un certain mystère. Certains parents considèrent ...
  • The dark side of friends : a genetically informed study of victimization within early adolescents’ friendships 

    Brendgen, Mara; Girard, Alain; Vitaro, Frank; Dionne, Ginette; Boivin, Michel (Taylor & Francis, 2015)
    Using a genetically informed twin design, this study examined (a) whether, in line with gene–environment correlation (rGE), a genetic disposition for anxiety puts children at risk of being victimized by a close friend or by other peers, and (b) whether, ...
  • Des célébrités "psy" continuent d'écoper 

    Larivée, Serge; Van Gijseghem, Hubert (Revue de psychoéducation (Université de Montréal. École de psychoéducation.), 2003)
  • Des classes sociales aux classes cognitives 

    From social classes to cognitive classes
    Larivée, Serge (2009-06)
    Dans ce texte, l’auteur poursuit deux objectifs. Première- ment, il tente de montrer que, désormais, les compétences cognitives priment la classe sociale lorsqu’il s’agit d’obtenir un emploi prestigieux. Pour ce faire, il examine cinq aspects : le ...
  • Developmental pathways linking childhood temperament with antisocial behavior and substance use in adolescence : explanatory mechanisms in the peer environment 

    Temperament, peer social processes and antisocial behavior & substance use
    Buil, J. Marieke; Van Lier, Pol A. C.; Brendgen, Mara; Koot, Hans M.; Vitaro, Frank (American Psychological Association, 2017-06)
    This study investigated three developmental pathways involving the peer environment that may explain how certain temperamental dispositions in childhood may become manifested in later antisocial behavior and substance use. A total of 411 (52% boys) ...
  • Does cortisol moderate the environmental association between peer victimization and depression symptoms? a genetically informed twin study 

    Brendgen, Mara; Ouellet-Morin, Isabelle; Girard, Alain; Lupien, Sonia; Vitaro, Frank; Dionne, Ginette; Boivin, Michel (Elsevier, 2017-10-31)
    Many youths who are victimized by peers suffer from depression symptoms. However, not all bullying victims become depressed and individuals’ biological sensitivity may play an important moderating role in this regard. In line with this notion, peer ...
  • Early warm-rewarding parenting moderates the genetic contributions to callous-unemotional traits in childhood 

    Warm-rewarding genetic callous-unemotional
    Henry, Jeffrey; Dionne, Ginette; Viding, Essi; Vitaro, Frank; Brendgen, Mara; Tremblay, Richard Ernest; Boivin, Michel (Wiley, 2018-04-23)
    Background Previous gene–environment interaction studies of CU traits have relied on the candidate gene approach, which does not account for the entire genetic load of complex phenotypes. Moreover, these studies have not examined the role of positive ...
  • Effects of background music on socially reinforced problem behaviors in children with autism spectrum disorders 

    Lanovaz, Marc; Huxley, Sarah C. (Sage, 2017)
    Prior research has shown that background music may be effective at reducing problem behaviors maintained by non-social (sensory) reinforcement in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). However, no study has examined the effects of background ...
  • Effects of multiple interventions for reducing vocal stereotypy: Developing a sequential intervention model 

    Lanovaz, Marc; Rapp, John T.; Maciw, Isabella; Prégent-Pelletier, Émilie; Dorion, Catherine; Ferguson, Stéphanie; Saade, Sabine (Elsevier, 2014)
    Despite the availability of several interventions designed to reduce engagement in vocal stereotypy, few studies have compared two or more interventions together. Consequently, practitioners have limited amount of data to make informed decisions on ...
  • Effects of reducing stereotypy on other behaviors: a systematic review 

    Lanovaz, Marc; Robertson, Kirsty M.; Soerono, Kara; Watkins, Nicholas (Elsevier, 2013)
    Researchers have shown that high levels of stereotypy in individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders were correlated with more significant impairments in social and adaptive functioning. Reducing stereotypy may thus potentially occasion an ...
  • L’égalité des sexes n’a rien à voir avec la science! 

    Science is irrelevant to sex equality!
    Paquette, Daniel; Larivée, Serge; Lemelin, J.-P.; Normandeau, Sylvie; Baril, Daniel; Plusquellec, Pierrich (Revue de psychoéducation (Université de Montréal. École de psychoéducation.), 2013-06)
    Cet article critique un livre récemment écrit dont l’objectif est de défendre l’égalité des sexes en niant l’existence de différences entre les femmes et les hommes. La première partie de l’article affirme que l’égalité des sexes est une valeur ...
  • Égalité et identité ne sont pas synonymes 

    Paquette, Daniel; Larivée, Serge; Lemelin, Jean-Pascal; Baril, Daniel (Revue de psychoéducation (Université de Montréal. École de psychoéducation.), 2014)
    Éditorial en réponse à l'article suivant : Cossette, L. (2014). Science et égalité des sexes ne sont pas inconciliables. Revue de psychoéducation, 43(1), 155-159.
  • Environmental influence of problematic social relationships on adolescents' daily cortisol secretion : a monozygotic twin-difference study 

    Brendgen, Mara; Ouellet-Morin, Isabelle; Girard, Alain; Lupien, Sonia; Vitaro, Frank; Dionne, Ginette; Boivin, Michel (Cambridge University Press, 2017-02)
    BACKGROUND: This study investigated the potential environmental effects of peer victimization and the quality of relationships with parents and friends on diurnal cortisol secretion in mid-adolescence. METHOD: This study used the monozygotic ...
  • Étude longitudinale à propos de l’espace occupé par les pseudosciences dans les librairies du Québec 

    Longitudinal study about the space occupied by the pseudosciences in bookshops of Quebec
    Larivée, Serge; Sénéchal, Carole; Miranda, D.; Vaugon, K. (Revue de psychoéducation (Université de Montréal. École de psychoéducation.), 2013-06)
    Dans cet article, nous présentons les résultats d’une étude longitudinale concernant la proportion d’espace consacrée d’une part aux ouvrages de pseudosciences (paranormal, ésotérisme, nouvel âge, arts divinatoires, etc.) et de sciences pour adultes ...