LaMarsh Member Publications
LaMarsh members show outstanding research/scholarly productivity. In 2018-2019, members of LaMarsh published 16 books and 95 peer reviewed papers in prestigious scientific journals. Selected publications are listed here.
Kate Tilleczek (2019). "Youth Have a Love-Hate Relationship with Tech in the The Digital Age." https://theconversation.com/youth-have-a-love-hate-relationship-with-tech-in-the-digital-age-109453
Ellis, Desmond, (2019). Book: Managing Domestic Violence: A practical handbook for family lawyers accepted for publication by Lexis-Nexis: Toronto.
Flicker, S., et al (2019). The Impact of Indigenous Youth Sharing Digital Stories About HIV Activism. Health Promotion Practice. https://doi.org/10.1177/1524839918822268.
Flicker, S., et al (2018). Teaching and learning about the relationships between land, violence and women's bodies; the possibilities of participatory visual methods as pedagogy. Agenda, ISSN 1013-0950 print/ISSN 2158-978X online p 1-13 DOI: 10.1080/10130950.2018.1544436.
Beesley, T. & Fraser-Thomas, J. (2019). Claims of positive youth development: A content analysis of mixed martial arts gyms' websites. Leisure/Loisir, 43(1), 1-25. DOI: 10.1080/14927713.2019.1582356.
Calero, C., Beesley, T. & Fraser-Thomas, J. (2018). Growing pains? Examining developmental claims of preschooler sport programs. PHEnex Journal, 10(1), 1-20.
Harlow, M., Wolman, L., & Fraser-Thomas, J. (2018). Should toddlers and preschoolers participate in organized sport? A scoping review of developmental outcomes associated with young children's sport participation. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology. DOI: 10.1080/1750984X.2018.1550796.
Beesley, T., Riddell, M., & Fraser-Thomas, J. (2018). More than diabetes self-management: Positive youth development at an inclusive type 1 diabetic sport camp. Journal of Youth Development, 13(4), 81-99. DOI: 10.5195/jyd.2018.644.
Khanlou, N. (2019). Guest Editorial Special Issue: Post-secondary student mental health and well being: A systems and intersectionality informed approach. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.
Khanlou, N. & Vazquez, L. M. (2018). Social Determinants of Immigrant and Refugee Youth Mental Health in Canada. In Este, D., Lorenzetti, L., & Sato, C. (Editors). Racism and anti-racism in Canada. Halifax & Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing (pp. 260-281).
Pashang, S., Khanlou, N. & Clarke, J. (Editors), (2018). Today's youth and mental health: Hope, power and resilience. Advances in Mental Health and Addiction (Series Editor: Masood Zanganeh). New York: Springer.
Hagel, B.E., Macpherson, A, Howard, A., Fuselli, P. et al (2019). The built environment and active transportation safety in children and youth: a study protocol. BMC Public Health. 2019 Jun 11;19(1);728. DOI: 10.1186/s12889-019-7024-6.
Abdullah, P., Landy, C.K., McCague, H. Macpherson, A., Tamim, H. (2019). Factors associated with the timing of the first prenatal ultrasound in Canada. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2019 May, 10:19(1);164. DOI: 10.1186/s12884-019-2309-4.
Rothman, L., Macarther, C., Wilton, A., Howard, A.W., Macpherson, A.K. (2019). Recent trends in child and youth emergency department visits because of pedestrian motor vehicle collisions by socioeconomic status in Ontario, Canada. Injury Prevention 2019, April 11. pii:injuryprev-2018-043090. DOI: 10.1136/injuryprev-2018-043090.
Rothman, L., Pike, I., Fuselli, P., Belton, K., Olsen, L., Fridman, L., & Macpherson, A. (2018). Policy Makers' Perceptions of the Role of Research in Injury Prevention Legislation. Toronto: Parachute. http://www.parachutecanada.org/downloads/research/reports/Policy-Makers-Perceptions Rothman et al.pdf.
Fridman, L.,, Rothman, L., Hagel, B., Howard, A., & Macpherson, A., (2018). An Environmental Scan of Road Safety Policies in Toronto, Canada. Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals, May, 2019.