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Duranceau, S., Zamorski M. A., and R. Carleton N. (2019).  Access to Internet-based mental health resources in a nationally representative sample of Canadian active duty military personnel. Journal of Military, Veteran, and Family Health, 5 (2), 27-39. Abstract
Watson, B., and Osberg L. (2019).  Can positive income anticipations reverse the mental health impacts of negative income anxieties?. Economics and Human Biology, 35 (December), 107-122. Abstract
Afifi, T. O., Fortier J., MacMillan H. L., Gonzalez A., Kimber M., Georgiades K., et al. (2019).  Examining the relationships between parent experiences and youth self-reports of slapping/spanking: A population-based cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 19 (1345), 1-8. Abstract
Jessiman-Perreault, G., and McIntyre L. (2019).  Household food insecurity narrows the sex gap in five adverse mental health outcomes among Canadian adults. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (3), 319-334. Abstract
Bartram, M. (2019).  Income-based inequities in access to mental health services in Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 110 (August), 395-403. Abstract
Bartram, M. H., and Stewart J. M. (2019).  Income-based inequities in access to psychotherapy and other mental health services in Canada and Australia. Health Policy, 123 (1), 45-50. Abstract
Fortier, J., Turner S., Taillieu T., Sareen J., and Afifi T. O. (2019).  Positive functioning and emotional well-being among military personnel and the general population with and without a child abuse history in Canada. Journal of Military, Veteran and Family Health, 5 (1), 105-114. Abstract
Kingsbury, M., Clayborne Z., Colman I., and Kirkbride J. B. (2019).  The protective effect of neighbourhood social cohesion on adolescent mental health following stressful life events. Psychological Medicine, 50 (8), 1292-1299. Abstract
Sinclair, I., St-Pierre M., Elgbeili G., Bernard P., Vaillancourt C., Gagnon S., et al. (2019).  Psychosocial stress, sedentary Behavior, and physical activity during pregnancy among Canadian women: Relationships in a diverse cohort and a nationwide sample. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (24), 1-13. Abstract
St-Pierre, M., Sinclair I., Elgbeili G., Bernard P., and Dancause K. Needham (2019).  Relationships between psychological distress and health behaviors among Canadian adults: Differences based on gender, income, education, immigrant status, and ethnicity. Social Science and Medicine - Population Health, 7 (April), 1-12. Abstract

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