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Meng X, D'Arcy C.  2015.  Coping strategies and distress reduction in psychological well-being? A structural equation modelling analysis using a national population sample. Epidemiol Psychiatr Sci. :1-14.
Meng X, Turecki G, Liu A, D'Arcy C, Caron J..  2017.  Risk factor modifications and depression incidence: a 4-year longitudinal Canadian cohort of the Montreal Catchment Area Study.. BMJ Open. 7(6):e015156.
Meng X, D'Arcy C.  2015.  Comorbidity between lifetime eating problems and mood and anxiety disorders: results from the Canadian Community Health Survey of Mental Health and Well-being.. Eur Eat Disord Rev. 23(2):156-62.
Meng X, Liu A, D'Arcy C, Caron J.  2020.  Baseline income, follow-up income, income mobility and their roles in mental disorders: a longitudinal intra-generational community-based study.. BMC Psychiatry. 20(1):181.
Meng X, Muggli T, Baetz M, D'Arcy C.  2017.  Disordered lives: Life circumstances and clinical characteristics of very frequent users of emergency departments for primary mental health complaints.. Psychiatry Res. 252:9-15.
Meng X, MJ Fleury, Bamvita JM, Grenier G, Caron J..  2018.  Changes in percentages of perceived met needs for care over time in a Canadian longitudinal cohort.. Psychiatry Res. 269:579-584.
Meng X, D'Arcy C.  2016.  Gender moderates the relationship between childhood abuse and internalizing and substance use disorders later in life: a cross-sectional analysis.. BMC Psychiatry. 16(1):401.
Meng X, MJ Fleury, Xiang Y-T, Li M, D'Arcy C.  2018.  Resilience and protective factors among people with a history of child maltreatment: a systematic review.. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 53(5):453-475.
Meng X, D'Arcy C, G Adams C.  2015.  Associations between adult attachment style and mental health care utilization: Findings from a large-scale national survey.. Psychiatry Res. 229(1-2):454-61.
Meng X.  2017.  What characteristics are associated with earlier onset of first depressive episodes: A 16-year follow-up of a national population-based cohort.. Psychiatry Res. 258:427-433.