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Child trauma exposure and psychopathology: mechanisms of risk and resilience

McLaughlin, K.A., Lambert, H.K. (2017) Child trauma exposure and psychopathology: mechanisms of risk and resilience. Current Opinion in Psychology. 14, 29-34. (Open access). Keywords: Trauma, threat processing, risk factors, resilience. This short article presents a biopsychosocial model of risk factors and resilience following childhood trauma. The authors examine some of the mechanisms responsible for the […] suite ›
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A New Framework for Addressing Adverse Childhood and Community Experiences: The Building Community Resilience Model

Ellis, W.R., Dietz, W.H. (2017). Academic Pediatrics, 17. (Article libre d’accès). http://www.academicpedsjnl.net/article/S1876-2859(16)30552-6/fulltext  Keywords: Adverse childhood experiences. Child health services, community resilience, integrated clinical and community care, toxic stress. This paper presents the Building Community Resilience Model, an approach aiming to foster collaboration across different health services (child health, public health and community-based agencies) to address […] suite ›
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Concurrent and Longitudinal Contribution of Exposure to Bullying in Childhood to Mental Health: The Role of Vulnerability and Resilience

Singham, T., Viding, E., Schoeler, T., Arseneault, L., Ronald, A., Cecil, C.M., McCrory, E.,  Rijsdijk, F., Pingault, J.B. JAMA Psychiatry. 2017;74(11):1112-1119. (Open Access) https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapsychiatry/fullarticle/2656182 Keywords: Bullying, mental health, resiliency, prevention. Using a twin difference design and multi-informant, multiscale data, this study explore the contribution of exposure to bullying in childhood and mental health. Findings suggest […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Delphine Collin-Vézina – Au-delà du comportement : Approches sensibles au vécu traumatique des enfants et des jeunes

Delphine Collin-Vézina : Au-delà du comportement : Approches sensibles au vécu traumatique des enfants et des jeunes Delphine Collin-Vézina, Ph.D, is a licensed clinical psychologist. She is the Director of McGill University’s Centre for Research on Children and Families and Associate Professor at the McGill School of Social Work and Department of Pediatrics. She is also […] suite ›
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Adversity, Maltreatment and Resilience in Young Children

Dubowitz, H., Thompson, R., Proctor, L., Metzger, R., Black M.M., English, D., Poole, G., & Magder, L. (2016). Adversity, Maltreatment and Resilience in Young Children. Academic Pediatrics, doi: 10.1016/j.acap.2015.12.005. This study focuses on resilience in young children at risk of maltreatment. Using a sample of preschool children from high-risk environment, researchers measured development in three […] suite ›
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Case Study – Catherine, vulnerability and resilience

In this short video, Dr. Julien describes how community social pediatrics will leverage on Catherine’s strengths and resilience to address the state of vulnerability in which she finds herself. suite ›
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The transgenerational transmission of childhood adversity: behavioral, cellular, and epigenetic correlates

Gröger et al., 2016. In: Journal of Neural Transmission Interaction between early adverse experiences and genes have a great and detrimental influence on brain maturation and, as a result of, behavioral development and regulation. The paper focuses on the transgenerational transmission of the behavioral phenotype and modulation by epigenetic mechanisms. Individual differences such as resilience […] suite ›
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The construct of resilience: A critical evaluation and guidelines for future work

Luthar S.S., Cicchetti D. and Becker B. (2000). The construct of resilience: A critical evaluation and guidelines for future work. Child Development, 71(3) : 543-562. This article examines the concept of resilience as it is used in research on the phenomenon of resilience. It concludes that one of the main problems is variation in definition: different […] suite ›
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A systematic review of strengths and resilience outcome literature relevant to children and adolescents

Brownlee et coll. (2013) A systematic review of strengths and resilience outcome literature relevant to children and adolescents, Child and Adolescent Social Work, 1573-2797. This systematic review of the scientific literature examines existing data on the benefits of strength and resilience-based interventions for children and adolescents. In total, 11 studies were reviewed for the analysis: […] suite ›