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Malla A, Joober R, Iyer SN, Norman R, Schmitz N, Brown TG, Lutgens D, Jarvis E, Margolese HC, Casacalenda N et al..  2017.  Comparing three-year extension of early intervention service to regular care following two years of early intervention service in first-episode psychosis: a randomized single blind clinical trial.. World Psychiatry. 16(3):278-286.
Malla A, Jordan G, Joober R, Schmitz N, Norman R, Brown TG, Goldberg K, Loohuis H, Vracotas N, Rochford J.  2014.  A controlled evaluation of a targeted early case detection intervention for reducing delay in treatment of first episode psychosis.. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 49(11):1711-8.
Nolin M, Malla A, Tibbo P, Norman R, Abdel-Baki A.  2016.  Early Intervention for Psychosis in Canada: What Is the State of Affairs? Can J Psychiatry. 61(3):186-94.
Manchanda R, Norman R, Malla A, Harricharan R, Northcott S, Richard J.  2014.  Electroencephalographic abnormalities and 5-year outcome in first-episode psychosis.. Can J Psychiatry. 59(5):285-8.
Lutgens D, Iyer SN, Joober R, Brown TG, Norman R, Latimer E, Schmitz N, Baki AAbdel, Abadi S, Malla A.  2015.  A five-year randomized parallel and blinded clinical trial of an extended specialized early intervention vs. regular care in the early phase of psychotic disorders: study protocol.. BMC Psychiatry. 15:22.
Lutgens D, Joober R, Iyer SN, Lepage M, Norman R, Schmitz N, Mustafa S, Abadi S, Malla A.  2018.  Progress of negative symptoms over the initial 5 years of a first episode of psychosis - CORRIGENDUM.. Psychol Med. :1-3.
Lutgens D, Joober R, Iyer SN, Lepage M, Norman R, Schmitz N, Mustafa S, Abadi S, Malla A.  2018.  Progress of negative symptoms over the initial 5 years of a first episode of psychosis.. Psychol Med. :1-9.
Windell DL, Norman R, Lal S, Malla A.  2015.  Subjective experiences of illness recovery in individuals treated for first-episode psychosis.. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 50(7):1069-77.

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