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2008
Beswick, J.., and Willms J.. D. (2008).  The critical transition from "learning-to-read" to "reading-to-learn". Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
Willms, J.. D. (2008).  Developmental trajectories of Canadian children and youth. Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
Dahinten, V.. S., Shapka J.., Arim R.. G., Tramonte L.., and Willms J.. D. (2008).  The developmental trajectories of children of young mothers. Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
Brownell, M.., and Willms J.. D. (2008).  Early predictors of childhood outcomes at school entry. Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
Tramonte, L.., and Willms J.. D. (2008).  The effects of early child-care arrangements on children's developmental outcomes. Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
Strohschein, L.., Tramonte L.., and Willms J.. D. (2008).  The effects of family structure on children's developmental outcomes. Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
Letourneau, N.., Tramonte L.., and Willms J.. D. (2008).  The effects of maternal depression and family functioning on children's developmental outcomes. Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
Willms, J.. D., Tramonte L.., and Chin N.. (2008).  NLSCY: Measures document. Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
Boyce, W.. T., and Willms J.. D. (2008).  The persistent effects of SES and poverty on children's developmental outcomes. Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
Willms, J.. D., Tramonte L.., and Chin N.. (2008).  The use of item response theory for scaling behavioural outcomes in the NLSCY for the successful transitions project. Ottawa, ON: Human Resources and Social Development Canada.
2000
Tremblay, M. S., Katzmarzyk P.. T., and Willms J.. D. (2000).  Secular trends in body mass index of Canadian children. Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), 163 (11), 1429-1433. Abstract