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2006
Lapierre-Adamcyk, É., Marcil-Gratton N., and Le Bourdais C. (2006).  A balancing act: Parents' work arrangements and family time. (McQuillan, K., and Ravanera Z. R., Ed.),{Canada's changing families: Implications for individuals and society}, 49-75.Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press. Abstract
Desrosiers-Drolet, M. (2006).  Estimation d'une fonction de production de résultats cognitifs chez les enfants âgés entre 7 et 11 ans: Pratiques parentales et contribution du milieu scolaire. Département de sciences économiques. Montréal, QC: Université du Québec à Montréal.
Borkosky, A.. J. (2006).  Factors influencing self-esteem in Canadian adolescents. Department of Sociology. Calgary, AB: University of Calgary.
MacCon, K. (2006).  The impact of family context on adolescent emotional health during developmental transitions. {Canada's Changing Families: Implications for Individuals and Society}, 160-178.Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Milan, A., Hou F., and Wong I. (2006).  Learning disabilities and child altruism, anxiety, and aggression. Canadian Social Trends, 81, 16-22. Abstract
Willms, J.. D., Letourneau N.., Fedick C.. B., Dennis C.-L.., Hegadoren K.., and Stewart J. M. (2006).  Longitudinal study of postpartum depression, maternal-child relationships, and children's behaviour at 8 years of age. {Parent-Child Relations: New Research}, Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Ravanera, Z. R., and Fernando R. (2006).  Social integration over the life course: Influences of individual, family and community characteristics. (McQuillan, K., and Ravanera Z. R., Ed.),{Canada's changing families: Implications for individuals and society}, 264-292.Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
2005
Bassani, C.. D. (2005).  A cross-national examination of the effect of family and school social capital on youths: Mathematics scores in Canada, Japan and the United States. Department of Sociology. Calgary, AB: University of Calgary.
Peters, R.. D., Petrunka K.., Angus D.. E., Arnold R.., Belanger J.-M.., Boyce W.., et al. (2005).  Do better beginnings lead to better futures? Three-year follow-up outcomes for grade 6 children and their families (final Report). Kingston, ON: Better Beginnings, Better Futures Research Coordination Unit.
Dooley, M.., Stewart J. M., and Lipman E. L. (2005).  Exploring the good mother hypothesis: Do child outcomes vary with the mother's share of income?. Canadian Public Policy, 123-144. Abstract
Swenson, D.. (2005).  A Neo-functionalist synthesis of theories in family sociology. New York, NY: Edwin Mellin Press.
Strohschein, L.. (2005).  Parental divorce and child mental health trajectories. Journal of Marriage and Family, 67 (5), 1286-1300. Abstract
Pires, P.. R. (2005).  Parenting affect, temperament and peer relations: A model for adolescent use of illicit drugs. Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology. Toronto, ON: University Of Toronto.
Szuch, S.. M. (2005).  Parenting styles, peer factors and indirect and physical aggression: Analyses from the National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth. Department Of Applied Psychology. Calgary, AB: University Of Calgary.
Bernardini, S.. C. (2005).  The unique, independent influence of older siblings' physical aggression on the development of physical aggression in younger children. Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology. Toronto, ON: University Of Toronto.
2004
Hotton, T., and Haans D. (2004).  Alcohol and drug use in early adolescence. Health Reports / Rapports sur la santé, 15 (3), 9-19. Abstract
Bortnik, A.. M. (2004).  Children's family and school capital: Effects of mathematics achievement in Canada. Department Of Sociology. Calgary, AB: University Of Calgary.
Boyle, M. H., Jenkins J. M., Georgiades K., Cairney J., Duku E., and Racine Y. A. (2004).  Differential-maternal parenting behaviour: Estimating within- and between- family effects on children. Child Development, 75 (5), 1457-1476., September Abstract
Franceschini, A.. (2004).  A longitudinal study of family relationships as mediators of children's schooling outcomes. Department Of Family Relations And Applied Nutrition. Guelph, ON: University Of Guelph.
Maclean, J.. C. (2004).  A micro-data analysis of regional differences in health outcomes among Canadian youth: Empirical evidence from CCHS, cycle 1.1. Department Of Economics. Halifax, NS: Dalhousie University.
To, T., Guttmann A., Dick P. T., Rosenfield J. D., Parkin P. C., Tassoudji M., et al. (2004).  Risk markers for poor developmental attainment in young children: Results from a longitudinal national survey. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 158 (7), 643-649., July Abstract
To, T., Guttmann A., Dick P. T., Rosenfield J. D., Parkin P. C., Cao H., et al. (2004).  What factors are associated with poor developmental attainment in young Canadian children?. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 95 (4), 258-263. Abstract
2003
Hotton, T. (2003).  Childhood aggression and exposure to violence in the home. Crime and Justice research paper series, 85 (2), 1-24., June Abstract

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