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2020
Ouellet-Morin I, Cantave C, Paquin S, Geoffroy M-C, Brendgen M, Vitaro F, Tremblay R, Boivin M, Lupien S, Cote S.  2020.  Associations between developmental trajectories of peer victimization, hair cortisol, and depressive symptoms: a longitudinal study.. J Child Psychol Psychiatry.
Bolanis D, Orri M, Castellanos-Ryan N, Renaud J, Montreuil T, Boivin M, Vitaro F, Tremblay RE, Turecki G, Côté SM et al..  2020.  Cannabis use, depression and suicidal ideation in adolescence: direction of associations in a population based cohort.. J Affect Disord. 274:1076-1083.
Gifuni AJ, Perret LC, Lacourse É, Geoffroy M-C, Mbekou V, Jollant F, Renaud J.  2020.  Decision-making and cognitive control in adolescent suicidal behaviors: a qualitative systematic review of the literature.. Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry.
Oncioiu SI, Orri M, Boivin M, Geoffroy M-C, Arseneault L, Brendgen M, Vitaro F, Navarro MC, Galera C, Tremblay RE et al..  2020.  Early Childhood Factors Associated With Peer Victimization Trajectories From 6 to 17 Years of Age.. Pediatrics. 145(5)
Orri M, Séguin JR, Castellanos-Ryan N, Tremblay RE, Côté SM, Turecki G, Geoffroy M-C.  2020.  A genetically informed study on the association of cannabis, alcohol, and tobacco smoking with suicide attempt.. Mol Psychiatry.
Orri M, Scardera S, Perret LC, Bolanis D, Temcheff C, Séguin JR, Boivin M, Turecki G, Tremblay RE, Côté SM et al..  2020.  Mental Health Problems and Risk of Suicidal Ideation and Attempts in Adolescents.. Pediatrics. 146(1)
Orri M, Russell AE, Mars B, Turecki G, Gunnell D, Heron J, Tremblay RE, Boivin M, Nuyt A-M, Côté SM et al..  2020.  Perinatal adversity profiles and suicide attempt in adolescence and young adulthood: longitudinal analyses from two 20-year birth cohort studies.. Psychol Med. :1-13.
Geoffroy M-C, Orri M, Girard A, Perret LC, Turecki G.  2020.  Trajectories of suicide attempts from early adolescence to emerging adulthood: prospective 11-year follow-up of a Canadian cohort.. Psychol Med. :1-11.