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Milan, A., Hou F., and Wong I. (2006).  Learning disabilities and child altruism, anxiety, and aggression. Canadian Social Trends, 81, 16-22. Abstract
Tompa, E.., Scott H.., Trevithick S.., and Bhattacharyya S.. (2006).  Precarious employment and people with disabilities. (Vosko, L.. F., Ed.),{Precarious Employment: Understanding Labour Market Insecurity in Canada}, 90-114.Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen's University Press.
Stanford, E. A. (2006).  The prevalence, trajectories and predictors of recurrent pain among adolescents: A population-based approach. Department of Psychology. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia. Abstract
Marchand, A., Demers A., and Durand P. (2006).  Social structures, agent personality and workers' mental health: A longitudinal analysis of the specific role of occupation and of workplace constraints-resources on psychological distress in the Canadian workforce. Human Relations, 59 (7), 875-901. Abstract
Kokko, K.., Tremblay R.. E., Lacourse É., Nagin D.. S., and Vitaro F.. (2006).  Trajectories of prosocial behavior and physical aggression in middle childhood: Links to adolescent school dropout and physical violence. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 16 (3), 403-428. Abstract
Breslin, F.. C., Smith P.. M., Mustard C.. A., and Zhao R.. (2006).  Young people and work injuries: An examination of jurisdictional variation in Canada. Injury Prevention, 12, 105-110. Abstract
Potter, B. K. (2003).  Socioeconomic status and acute non-fatal injuries among Canadian adolescents. Department Of Epidemiology And Biostatistics. London, ON: University Of Western Ontario.
Hum, D., and Simpson W. (2002).  Disability onset among aging Canadians: Evidence from panel data. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 21 (1), 117-136. Abstract