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Malla A, Iyer SN, Shah JL, Joober R, Boksa P, Lal S, Fuhrer R, Andersson N, Abdel-Baki A, Hutt-MacLeod D et al..  2018.  Canadian response to need for transformation of youth mental health services: ACCESS Open Minds (Esprits ouverts).. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Iyer SN, Anderson KK, Malla A, Shah JL, Norman R.  2020.  The Case for Cautious Interpretation and Replication: Lead-Time Bias as a Potential Explanation for the Link Between Duration of Untreated Psychosis and Outcome.. Am J Psychiatry. 177(12):1180-1181.
Pruessner M, Faridi K, Shah JL, Rabinovitch M, Iyer SN, Abadi S, Pawliuk N, Joober R, Malla A.  2015.  The Clinic for Assessment of Youth at Risk (CAYR): 10 years of service delivery and research targeting the prevention of psychosis in Montreal, Canada.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Shah JL, Crawford A, Mustafa SS, Iyer SN, Joober R, Malla A.  2017.  Is the Clinical High-Risk State a Valid Concept? Retrospective Examination in a First-Episode Psychosis Sample. Psychiatr Serv. 68(10):1046-1052.
Shah JL, Tandon N, Montrose DM, Mermon D, Eack SM, Miewald J, Keshavan MS.  2017.  Clinical psychopathology in youth at familial high risk for psychosis.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Sauvé G, Kline RB, Shah JL, Joober R, Malla A, Brodeur MB, Lepage M.  2019.  Cognitive capacity similarly predicts insight into symptoms in first- and multiple-episode psychosis.. Schizophr Res. 206:236-243.
Dhandapani VRaghavan, Chandrasekaran S, Singh S, Sood M, Chadda RK, Shah JL, Iyer SN, Meyer C, Mohan M, Birchwood M et al..  2020.  Community stakeholders' perspectives on youth mental health in India: Problems, challenges and recommendations.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Shah JL, Scott J.  2016.  Concepts and misconceptions regarding clinical staging models.. J Psychiatry Neurosci. 41(6):E83-E84.

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