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Girard R, Joober R.  2017.  Treatment of ADHD in patients with bipolar disorder.. J Psychiatry Neurosci. 42(6):E11-E12.
Garel N, Joober R.  2019.  Treatment of first-episode psychosis in patients with autism-spectrum disorder and intellectual deficiency. J Psychiatry Neurosci. 44(6):E31-E32.
Seitz R, Vracotas N, Bechard-Evans L, King S, Abadi S, Joober R, Shah JL, Malla A, Pruessner M.  2019.  The Trier Social Stress Test in first episode psychosis patients: Impact of perceived stress, protective factors and childhood trauma.. Psychoneuroendocrinology.
[Anonymous].  2021.  Understanding Components of Duration of Untreated Psychosis and Relevance for Early Intervention Services in the Canadian Context: Comprendre les Composantes de la Durée de la Psychose Non Traitée et la Pertinence de Services D'intervention Précoce Dan. Can J Psychiatry. :706743721992679.
Boksa P, Joober R.  2014.  Update on the review process and publishing at the Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience. J Psychiatry Neurosci. 39:147-148.
Traicu A, Joober R.  2017.  The value of a skeptical approach to neurosciences in psychiatric training and practice.. J Psychiatry Neurosci. 42(6):363-365.
Williams R, Malla A, Roy M-A, Joober R, Manchanda R, Tibbo P, Banks N, Agid O.  2017.  What Is the Place of Clozapine in the Treatment of Early Psychosis in Canada? Can J Psychiatry. 62(2):109-114.
Boksa P, Joober R.  2018.  Who should be "controls" in studies on the neurobiology of psychiatric disorders? J Psychiatry Neurosci. 43(5):292-297.
Lal S, Malla A, Marandola G, Thériault J, Tibbo P, Manchanda R, Williams R, Joober R, Banks N.  2017.  "Worried about relapse": Family members' experiences and perspectives of relapse in first-episode psychosis.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Malla A, Shah JL, Iyer SN, Boksa P, Joober R, Andersson N, Lal S, Fuhrer R.  2018.  Youth Mental Health Should Be a Top Priority for Health Care in Canada.. Can J Psychiatry. 63(4):216-222.

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