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2016
Veru F, Jordan G, Joober R, Malla A, Iyer SN.  2016.  Adolescent vs. adult onset of a first episode psychosis: Impact on remission of positive and negative symptoms.. Schizophr Res. 174(1-3):183-8.
Makowski C, Bodnar M, Malla A, Joober R, Lepage M.  2016.  Age-related cortical thickness trajectories in first episode psychosis patients presenting with early persistent negative symptoms.. NPJ Schizophr. 2:16029.
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.
Malla A, Ota A, Nagamizu K, Perry P, Weiller E, Baker RA.  2016.  The effect of brexpiprazole in adult outpatients with early-episode schizophrenia: an exploratory study.. Int Clin Psychopharmacol. 31(6):307-14.
Bodnar M, Malla A, Makowski C, M Chakravarty M, Joober R, Lepage M.  2016.  The effect of second-generation antipsychotics on hippocampal volume in first episode of psychosis: longitudinal study.. BJPsych Open. 2(2):139-146.
Malla A, Iyer SN, McGorry P, Cannon M, Coughlan H, Singh S, Jones P, Joober R.  2016.  From early intervention in psychosis to youth mental health reform: a review of the evolution and transformation of mental health services for young people.. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 51(3):319-26.
Jordan G, Malla A, Iyer SN.  2016.  Posttraumatic growth following a first episode of psychosis: a mixed methods research protocol using a convergent design.. BMC Psychiatry. 16:262.
Jordan G, Pope M, Lambrou A, Malla A, Iyer SN.  2016.  Post-traumatic growth following a first episode of psychosis: a scoping review.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Guimond S, Lepage M, Benoit A, Charbonneau G, Hawco C, Malla A, Joober R, Brodeur MB.  2016.  Recollection rejection of new items in individuals with first-episode psychosis.. J Abnorm Psychol. 125(1):104-13.
Azar M, Pruessner M, Baer LH, Iyer SN, Malla A, Lepage M.  2016.  A study on negative and depressive symptom prevalence in individuals at ultra-high risk for psychosis.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Malla A, Mustafa S, Rho A, Abadi S, Lepage M, Joober R.  2016.  Therapeutic effectiveness and tolerability of aripiprazole as initial choice of treatment in first episode psychosis in an early intervention service: A one-year outcome study.. Schizophr Res. 174(1-3):120-5.
2015
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.
Rho A, Traicu A, Lepage M, Iyer SN, Malla A, Joober R.  2015.  Clinical and functional implications of a history of childhood ADHD in first-episode psychosis.. Schizophr Res. 165(2-3):128-33.
Buchy L, Hawco C, Joober R, Malla A, Lepage M.  2015.  Cognitive insight in first-episode schizophrenia: further evidence for a role of the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex.. Schizophr Res. 166(1-3):65-8.
Lyne J, Joober R, Schmitz N, Lepage M, Malla A.  2015.  Duration of active psychosis and first-episode psychosis negative symptoms.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Iyer SN, Jordan G, MacDonald K, Joober R, Malla A.  2015.  Early intervention for psychosis: a Canadian perspective.. J Nerv Ment Dis. 203(5):356-64.
Malla A, Joober R, Garcia A.  2015.  Exit exceptionalism: mental disease is like any other medical disease - Author response.. J Psychiatry Neurosci. 40(6):E36-7.
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, Malla A, Joober R, Iyer SN.  2015.  The impact of caregiver familiarity with mental disorders on timing of intervention in first-episode psychosis.. Early Interv Psychiatry. 9(5):388-96.

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