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2001
Del, S., and To T. (2001).  Breastfeeding and asthma in young Canadian children: Findings from a population-based study. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 155 (11), 1261-1265., November Résumé
Kopec, J.. A., Schultz S.. E., Goel V.., and Williams J.. I. (2001).  Can the health utilities index measure change?. Medical Care, 39 (6), 562-574., June Résumé
Hansen, J.., and Lofstrom M.. (2001).  The dynamics of immigrant welfare and labor market behavior. Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) Discussion Paper, , September Résumé
Soubhi, H., Raina P., and Kohen D. (2001).  Effects of neighbourhood, family and child behaviour on childhood injury in Canada. Working Paper Series, Ottawa, ON: Applied Research Branch Strategy Policy, Human Resources Development Canada. Résumé
Ravanera, Z. R., and Fernando R. (2001).  Integration at late life: Inclusion, participation, and belonging among the elderly. PSC Discussion Papers Series, 15 (16), , December: University of Western Ontario.
Beaujot, R., and Ravanera Z. R. (2001).  An interpretation of family change, with implications for social cohesion. {Essays in honour of Professor P. Krishnan: Methodological and substantive}, 15 (1), Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta. Résumé
Ibrahim, S. A., Scott F.. E., Cole D.. C., Shannon H.. S., and Eyles J.. (2001).  Job strain and self-reported health among working women and men: An analysis of the 1994/5 Canadian National Population Health Survey. Women and Health, 33 (1 - 2), 105-124. Résumé
Prus, S. G., and Gee E. (2001).  Measuring differences in the effect of social resource factors on the health of elderly Canadian men and women. Social and Economic Dimensions of an Aging Population (SEDAP) Research Papers, Résumé
Tremblay, R. E., Boulerice B., Foster H., Romano É., Hagan J., and Swisher R. (2001).  Multi-level effects on behaviour outcomes in Canadian children. Workling Paper Series, Ottawa, ON: Applied Research Branch, Strategic Policy, Human Resources Development Canada. Résumé
Onyskiw, J.. E., and Hayduk L.. A. (2001).  Processes underlying children's adjustment in families characterized by physical aggression. Family Relations, 50 (4), 376-385., October Résumé
Beauregard, N. (2001).  Une analyse multi-niveaux des déterminants sociaux de la détresse psychologique auprès de la population Canadienne en emploi. Département de Sociologie. Montréal, QC: Université de Montréal.
Lacourse, É. (2001).  The usefulness of latent class models in estimating prevalence and profile of psychopathological states: An example using aggressive antisocial symptoms in young adolescents. Pittsburgh, OH: Center for Research on Health Care and Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion, Veteran's Ad.
Cole, D.. C., Ibrahim S. A., Shannon H.. S., Scott F.. E., and Eyles J.. (2001).  Work correlates of back problems and activity restriction due to musculoskeletal disorders in the Canadian National Population Health Survey (NPHS) 1994-95 data. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 58 (11), 728-734. Résumé
2000
Vermeulen, M., and Mustard C. (2000).  Gender differences in job strain, social support at work, and psychological stress. Journal of Occupational Health, 5 (4), 428-440., October Résumé
Marcil-Gratton, N., Le Bourdais C., and Lapierre-Adamcyk É. (2000).  The implications of parents' conjugal histories for children / Effets de l'histoire conjugale des parents sur les enfants. ISUMA: Canadian Journal of Policy Research / ISUMA : Revue canadienne de recherche sur les politiques, 1 (2), 23-32.
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. Résumé
Tremblay, M. S., and J. Willms D. (2000).  Secular trends in the body mass index of Canadian children. Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ), 163 (11), 1429-1433., November Résumé
1998
Boyle, M. H., and Lipman E. L. (1998).  Do places matter? A multilevel analysis of geographic variations in child behaviour in Canada. HRDC Working Paper, : Human Resources Development Canada, Applied Research Branch. Résumé

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