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* : Étudiant(e)s de L. Lemyre

105- Yong*, A. G., Lemyre, L., Pinsent, C., & Krewski, D. (2017). Risk perception and disaster preparedness in immigrants and Canadian-born adults: Analysis of a national survey on similarities and differences. Risk Analysis. http://doi.org/10.1111/risa.12797


104- Presseau, J., Grimshaw, J., Tetroe, J.M., Eccles, M.P, Francis, J.J., Godin, G., Graham, I.D., Hux, J.E., ; Johnston, M., Légaré, F., Lemyre, L., Robinson, N. & Zwarenstein, M. (2016). A theory-based process evaluation alongside a randomized controlled trial of printed educational messages to increase primary care physicians' prescription of thiazide diuretics for hypertension. Implementation Science,11(1):121. doi: 10.1186/s13012-016-0485-4.


103- Yong*, A.G., Lemyre, L., Farrell, S., & Young, M. (2016). Acculturation in preventive health for immigrants: A systematic review on influenza vaccination programs in a socio-ecological framework. Canadian psychology, 57(4), 340-355.


102- Beauregard*, N., Lemyre, L., & Barrette, J. (2016). The healthy learning organizations model: An empirical validation. The Learning Organization Journal.


101- Nicholls, S. G., Etchegary, H., Carroll, J.C., Castle, D., Lemyre, L., Potter, B.K., Craigie, S. & Wilson, B.J. (2016). Attitudes to incorporating genomic risk assessments into population screening programs: The importance of purpose, context and deliberation. BMC Medical Genomics, 9, 25, 1-13.


100- Beauregard*, N., Lemyre, L., & Barrette, J. (2015). The domains of organizational learning practices: An agency-structure perspective. Societies, 5, 713-733.


99- Li, C., Hauck, B., Fraser, A., Burton, G., Cousins, T., Mahilrajan, T., Bliss, T., Richards, A., Sallafranque, R., Conway, B., Lemyre, L., & Kramer, G.H. (2015). Managing children during a radiological or nuclear emergency. Health Physics, 108, S54-59.


98-  Gibson*, S., Lemyre, L., & Lee, J.E.C. (2015). Predicting Emergency Response Intentions Among the Canadian Public in the Context of Terrorism Threats: Examining Sociodemographics and the Mediating Role of Risk Perception. Human and Ecological Risk Assessmen:An International Journal, 21:1, 205-226.


97- O'Sullivan, T.L., Kuziemsky, C.E., Corneil, W., Lemyre, L. and Franco, Z. (2014). The EnRiCH  Community Resilience Framework for High-Risk Populations. PLOS Currents Disasters, 1, 1-15.


96- Laferriere, K.A., Crighton, E.J., Baxter, J., Lemyre, L., Masuda, J.R., & Ursitti, F. (2014). Examining inequities in children’s environmental health: results of a survey on the risk perceptions and protective actions of new mothers. Journal of Risk Research, DOI:10.1080/13669877.2014.961518.


95-Gibson*, S. & Lemyre, L. (2014, in press). The role of neighbourhood context in anticipated     emergency mobilization: A multilevel analysis. Environment & Behavior.


94- Grimshaw, J.M., Presseau, J., Tetroe, J., Eccles, M.P., Francis, J.J., Godin, G., Graham, I.D., Hux, J.E., Johnston, M., Légaré, F., Lemyre, L., Robinson, N., & Zwarenstein, M. (2014). Looking inside the black box: Results of a theory-based process evaluation exploring the results of a randomised controlled trial of printed educational messages to increase primary care physicians' diabetic retinopathy referrals. Implementation Science, 9, 86-93.


93-  Lee*, J.E.C., Dallaire, C., Markon, M.-P.L., Lemyre, L., Krewski, D., & Turner, M.C. (2014). 'I can choose': The reflected prominence of personal control in representations of health risk in Canada. Health, Risk & Society, 16(2), 117-135.


92-  Lauzier, M., Barrette, J., Lemyre, L., & Corneil, W. (2013). Validation francophone de l’Inventaire des facilitateurs de l’apprentissage organisationnel (IFAO) : étude comparative de l’apprentissage perçu au niveau des individus, des groupes et de l’organisation. Revue européenne de psychologie appliquée/ European Journal of Applied Psychology, 63(6), 353-362.


91-  Nicholls, S.G., Wilson, B.J., Craigie, S.M., Etchegary, H., Castle, D., Carroll, J.C., Potter, B.K., Lemyre, L., & Little, J. (2013). Public attitudes towards genomic risk profiling as a component of routine population screening. Genome, 56 (10), 626-633.


90- Crighton, E.J., Brown, C., Baxter, J., Lemyre, L., Masuda, J.R., & Ursitti, F. (2013). Perceptions and experiences of environmental health risks among new mothers: A qualitative study in Ontario, Canada. Health, Risk and Society, 15(4), 295-312.


89-  Markon*, M.P.L. & Lemyre, L. (2013). Examining Uncertainties in Government Risk Communication: Citizens’ Expectations, Health, Risk & Society, 15(4), 313-332.


88-  Markon*, M.P.L. & Lemyre, L. (2013). Public Reactions to Risk Messages Communicating Different Sources of Uncertainty: An Experimental Test, International Journal of Human and Ecological Assessment, 19(4), 1102-1126Award: Best paper of the Year


87-Lemyre, L., Corneil, W. & Boutette, P. (2013). Zero-Responders: Expanding the responders Community. HazNet, 4, 6-8.


86-  Gosselin, E., Lemyre, L., Corneil, W. (2013). Presenteeism and absenteeism: Differentiated    understanding of related phenomena. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 18(1), 75-86


85- Bussières, A., Patey, A., Francis, J., Sales, A., Grimshaw, J., Brouwers, M., Godin, G., Johnston, M., Lemyre, L., Pomey, MP, Zwarestein, M. (2012). Identifying factors likely to influence compliance with diagnostic imaging guideline recommendations for spine disordres among chiropractors in North America: A focus group study using the Theoretical Domains Framework. Implementation Science, 31, 7, 82. 11p.


84- Dallaire, C., Gibbs, L., & Lemyre, L. (2012) The Gap between Knowing and Doing: How   Canadians Understand Physical Activity as a Health Risk Management Strategy. Sociology of Sport Journal, 29(3), 325-347.


83- O’Sullivan, T., & Lemyre, L. (2012). “We Don’t Have a Back-up Plan”… An Exploration of Family Contingency Planning for Emergencies Following Stroke. Social Work in Health Care, 51(6), 531-551.


82- Krewski, D., Turner, M.C., Lemyre, L., & Lee*, J. E. C. (2012). Expert vs. public perception of population health risks in Canada. Journal of Risk Research, 15(1), 1-25.



81- Barrette, J., Lemyre, L., Corneil, W., Beauregard*, N. (2012) Organizational Learning Facilitators in the Canadian Public Sector. International Journal of Public Administration, 35(2), 137-149.


80- Lemus*, C., Lemyre, L., Pinsent, C., Boutette, P., Riding, J., Riding, D., Johnson, C., Blust*, S. (2011) Video Conference Platforms: A Tool to Foster Collaboration During Inter-Organizational in vivo Simulations, Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 9(5), 86-90.


79- Lemus*, C., Lemyre, L., Pinsent, C., Boutette, P., Riding, J., Riding, D., Johnson, C. (2011) Fuzzy Logic: A Link for Behavioural Computer Simulations of Collaboration in Emergency Management.  Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics.


78- Barrette, J., Lauzier, M., Lemyre, L. & Corneil, W. (2011). Étude comparative de validation de l’inventaire des facilitateurs de l’apprentissage organisationnel : impacts individuel, équipe et organisationnel. Actes publiés. Cahiers de l’Association des sciences administratives canadiennes (ASAC) 2011.


77- Lemyre, L., Pinsent, C., Johnson, C., Boutette, P., Corneil, W., Riding, J., Lemus*, C., Blust*, S., Riding, D. (2011). Developing collaboration in complex events: A model for civil-military inter-organizational problem-solving and decision-making. Proceedings of the 16th ICCRTS “Collective C2 in Multinational Civil-Military Operations”.


76- Markon*, M.-P., Lemyre, L., Krewski, D. (2011). Uncertainty Beyond Probabilities of BSE: Appraisals Predicting Worry and Coping Strategies in the Canadian Public, Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. Part A, 74(2), 226-240


75 - Etchegary, H., Lemyre, L., & Wilson, B. (2010). Bringing the social into genetics: the Psychosocial genetics risk assessment and management framework (PG-RAM). Current Psychology, 29, 171-187.


74- Chen, J., Lemyre, L., Wilkins, R. & Wikinson, D. (2010). Preface to Workshops on biological dosimetry; increasing capacity for emergency response; on medical preparedness for CBRNE events; and preparedness for children. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 142,1.


73- Lemyre, L., Johnson, C. and Corneil, W. (2010). Psychosocial considerations for mass decontamination. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 142(1), 17-23.


72- Leiss, W., M, Tyshenko, M., Krewski, D., Cashman, N., Lemyre, L., Al-Zoughool, M. & Amaratunga C. (2010). Managing the Risks of BSE: A Canadian Perspective. International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 14(5), 381-436


71- Lemyre, L., Corneil, W., Johnson, C. & Boutette, P. (2010). Psychosocial considerations about children and radiological events. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 142, 70-76.


70- Lee*, J.E.C., Lemyre, L., & Krewski D. (2010). A Multi-method, Multi-Hazard Approach to Explore the Uniqueness of Terrorism Risk Perceptions and Worry. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 40 (1), 241-272


69- Markon*, M.P.L. & Lemyre, L. (2009). Représentation et imagerie à long terme d’un désastre naturel chez les enfants. Revue Santé Mentale au Québec, 30 (2), 197-217.


68- Lee*, J.E.C., Dallaire, C. & Lemyre. L. (2009). Qualitative Analysis of Cognitive and Contextual Determinants of Canadians’ Individual Response to Terrorism: Towards a Descriptive Model. Health, Risk & Society, 11(5), 431-350


67- O’Connor, E., O’Sullivan, T., Amaratunga, C., Thille, P., Phillips, K., Carter, M., Lemyre, L., (2009). Risk Communication with Nurses during Infectious Disease Outbreaks: Learning from SARS. Journal of Emergency Management, 7(5), 48-56


66- Lemyre, L., Gibson*, S., Markon*, M.P.L., Lee*, JEC, Brazeau, I., Carroll, A., Boutette, P., & Krewski, D. (2009). Survey of Public Perceptions of Prion Disease Risks in Canada: What Does the Public Care About? Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A, 72(17), 1113-1121


65- Lemyre, L., Boutette, P., Karyakina, N., Markon*, M.P.L., Brazeau, I., & Krewski, D. (2009). International Case Studies of Psychosocial Effects of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) in European Countries, Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A, 72:17, 1092-1095


64- Lemyre, L. & Markon*, M.P. (2009) Integration of an evidence-based approach to assessment, monitoring, and evaluation of stress in physical therapy practice. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 22(5-6), 453-462


63- Lee*, J.E.C & Lemyre L., (2009) A social-cognitive perspective of Terrorism risk perception and individual response to terrorism in Canada. Risk Analysis, 29(9), 1265-1280


62- O’Sullivan, T.L., Amaratunga, C.A., Phillips, K.C., Corneil, W., O’Connor, E., Lemyre, L., Dow, D. (2009). If schools are closed, who will watch our kids? Family caregiving and other sources of role conflict among Nurses During Large Scale Outbreaks. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine: 24(4), 321-325.


61- Lemyre, L., Gibson*, S., Zlepnig, J., Meyer-Macleod, R., Boutette, P. (2009). Emergency Preparedness for Populations with Vulnerabilities: Psychosocial Considerations. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 1-8.


60- Etchgary*, H., Lemyre, L., Wilson, B. & Krewski, D. (2009). Is genetic make-up a perceived health risk: analysis of a national survey of Canadians. Journal of Risk Research, 12:2, 223-237


59- Lee, J.E.C., Gibson*, S., Markon*, M.P.L., & Lemyre, L. (2009). A Preventive Coping Perspective of Individual Response to Terrorism in Canada. Current Psychology, 28, 69-84.


58- Fortier, M.S., Kowal, J., Lemyre, L., & Orpana*, H. (2009). Intentions and Actual Physical Activity Behavior Change in a Community-Based Sample of Middle-aged Women: Contributions from the Theory of Planned Behavior and Self-Determination Theory. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 7, (1), 46-67.


57- Krewski, D., Lemyre, L., Turner, M.C., Lee*, J.E.C., Dallaire, C. et al. (2009) Public Perception of Population Health Risks in Canada: Health Hazards and Health Outcomes. International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 11( 3-4), 299-318.


56- Orpana*, H., Lemyre, L. & Gravel, R. (2009). Revenu et détresse psychologique: le rôle de l’environnement social. Rapport sur la santé, 20 (1), 1-9 (traduction)


55- Orpana*, H., Lemyre, L. & Gravel, R. (2009). The Income Gradient in Psychological Distress in Canada. Health Reports., 20 (1), 1-9


54- Barrette, J., Lemyre, L., Corneil, W., Beauregard, N.,& Legault, L. (2008). Le superviseur : un facteur déterminant de l,engagement organisationnel. Regards sur le travail,4, 25-28.


53- O’Sullivan, T., Dow., D., Turner, M.C., Lemyre, L., Corneil, W., Krewski, D., Phillips, K.P., Amaratunga, C. (2008) Disaster and Emergency Management: Canadian Nurses’ Perceptions of Preparedness on Hospital Front Lines. Prehospital and Disaster Management, 23(3), s11-s18


52- Lee*, J.E.C., Lemyre, L., Turner, M., Orpana*, H. & Krewski, D. (2008). Health Risk Perceptions as Mediators of Socioeconomics Differentials in Health Behaviors. Journal of Health Psychology, 13(8), 1082-1091


51- Etchegary*, H., Lee*, J.E.C., Lemyre, L. & Krewski, D. (2008). Canadian’s Representations of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) Terrorism: A Content Analysis. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 14, 3, 479-494.


50- Krewski, D., Lemyre, L., Turner, M.C., Lee*, J.E.C., Dallaire, C. Bouchard, L., Brand, K. & Mercier, P. (2008). Public Perception of Population Health Risks in Canada: Risk Perception Beliefs. Health, Risk and Society, 10, 2, 167-179.


49- O’Connor, E., & Lemyre, L. (2008). Towards an Enhanced Understanding of Risks through Webgames. College Teaching & Learning & International Applied Business Research Conference Proceedings, San Juan, Puerto Rico.


48- Lee*, J.E.C., Lemyre, L., Legault, L., Turner, M. & Krewski, D. (2008). Factor analytic investigation of Canadians’ population health risk perceptions: The role of locus of control over health risks. International Journal of Global Environmental Issues-Special Issue on Risk Perception and Social Trust 8,1-/2, 112-131.


47- Gosselin*, E., Lemyre, L., Corneil, W., Barrette, J. & Beauregard*, N. (2007) Lien entre les stresseurs organisationnels et l’état de santé: Vérification du rôle médiateur du stress psychologique. Association des sciences administratives du Canada, 112-128


46- Barrette, J., Lemyre, L., Corneil, W. & Beauregard*, N. (2007). Organizational learning among senior public service executives: An empirical investigation of culture, decision latitude and supportive communication. Canadian Public Administration, 50, 3, 333-353.


45- Grimshaw, J., Zwarenstein, M., Tetroe, J., Godin, G., Graham, I., Lemyre, L., Eccles, M., Johnston, M., Francis, J., Hux, J, O’Rourke, K., Légaré, F. & Presseau, J. (2007). Looking Inside the Black Box: A Theory Based Process Evaluation alongside a Randomised Controlled Trial of Printed Educational Materials. The Ontario Printed Educational Message (OPEM) Trial. Implementation Science, 2, 38.


44- Amaratunga, C.A., O’Sullivan, T.L., Phillips, K.P., Lemyre, L., O'Connor, E., Corneil, W. & Dow, D. (2007). Ready Aye Ready? Support Mechanisms for Health Care Workers in Emergency Planning: A Critical Gap Analysis of Three Hospital Emergency Plans. American Journal of Disaster Medicine, 2, 4, 195-210.


43- Amaratunga, C.A., O’Sullivan, T.L., Phillips, K.P., Lemyre, L., O'Connor, E., Corneil, W. & Dow, D. (2007). Ready Aye Ready? Support Mechanisms for Health Care Workers in Institutional Emergency Planning: Gap Analysis of Three Hospital Emergency Plans. Journal of Emergency Management, 5, 4, 23-38.


42- Lemyre, L., Turner, M., Lee*, J.E.C. & Krewski, D. (2007). Differential Perception of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Terrorism in Canada. International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management, 7, 8, 1191-1208.


41- Lemyre, L. (2007). Psychosocial Risk Assessment and Management for CBRN Terrorism: A PRiMer tool. Human Security Bulletin, 5, 2, 308.


40- Lemyre, L., Lee*, J.E.C., Turner, M.C., Krewski, D. (2007). Terrorism preparedness in Canada: A public survey on perceived institutional and individual response to terrorism. International Journal of Emergency Management, 4, 2, 296-315.


39- Gibson*, S., Lemyre, L., Clément, M., Markon*, M.P.L. & Lee*, J.E.C. (2007). Terrorism Threats and Preparedness in Canada: The Perspective of the Canadian Public. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism, 5, 2, 133-134.


38- Orpana*, H., Lemyre, L., & Kelly, S. (2007). Do stressors explain the association between income and declines in self-rated health? A longitudinal analysis of the National Population Health Survey. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 14, 1, 40-47.


37- Lemyre, L. & Lee*, J.E.C. (2006). Triangulation of Self-report and Investigator-rated Coping Indices as Predictors of Psychological Stress: A Longitudinal Investigation among Public Utility Workers. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation, 27, 89–100.


36- Lemyre, L., Lee*, J.E.C., Mercier, P., Bouchard, L. & Krewski, D. (2006). The Structure of Canadian’s Health Risk Perceptions: Environmental, Therapeutic and Social Health Risk. Health, Risk & Society, 8, 2, 185-195.


35- Amaratunga, C.A., Waverly, L., Amarasinghe, S., Perera, M., Lemyre, L., Martinez, A., Greaves, L., Vanderplaat, M., Tugwell, P., Andersson, N. & Baksh, R. (2006). Youth in Transitional Societies: The search for health, safety and personal security. Global Health Research Casebook: Canadian Institutes of Health Research, 7-10.


34- Lemyre, L., Turner, M.C., Lee*, J.E.C. & Krewski, D. (2006). Public Perception of Terrorism Threats and Related Information Sources in Canada: Implications for the Management of Terrorism Risks. Journal of Risk Research, 9, 7, 755-774.


33- Krewski, D., Lemyre, L., Turner, M.C., Lee*, J.E.C., Dallaire, C., Bouchard, L., Brand, K.P. & Mercier, P. (2006). Public Perception of Population Health Risks in Canada: Health Hazards and Sources of Information. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 12, 626-644.


32- Barrette, J., Lemyre, L., Corneil, W. & Beauregard*, N. (2005). Culture, Decision Latitude and Superior-Subordinate Communication: A Systematic Analysis of Organizational Learning by Senior Federal Public Service Executives. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.


31- Amaratunga, C., O’Sullivan, T., Felix-Bortolotti, M., Corneil, W., Phillips, K., Clarke, R., O’Connor, E., Smith Fowler, H. & Lemyre, L. (2005). Caring About Health Care Workers as First Responders: Building Research Capacity to Enhance Resiliency Through Emergency Preparedness Planning. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 20 (Suppl. 1), s38.


30- Corneil, W., Lemyre, L. & Clément, M. (2005). Leadership during a crisis. Canadian Government Executive, 2005, 4, 20-22.


29- Lee*, J.E.C., Lemyre, L., Mercier, P., Bouchard, L. & Krewski, D. (2005). Beyond the Hazard: The role of beliefs in health risk perception. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 11, 6, 1111-1126.


28- Lemyre, L., Clément, M., Corneil, W., Craig, L., Boutette, P., Tyshenko, M.G., Karyakina, N., Clarke, R. & Krewski, D. (2005). A Psychosocial Risk Assessment and Management Framework to Enhance Response to CBRN Terrorism Threats and Attacks. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism, 3, 4, 316-330.


27- Lin, M., Chen, Y., Villeneuve, P.J., Burnett, R.T., Lemyre, L., Hertzman, C., McGrail, K.M. & Krewski, D. (2004). Gaseous Air Pollutants and Asthma Hospitalization of Children with Low Household Income in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. American Journal of Epidemiology, 159, 294-303.


26- Barrette, J., Lemyre, L., Corneil, W. & Beauregard*, N. (2004). Culture, habilitation et communication supérieur-subordonné : analyse systémique de l’apprentissage organisationnel. (Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences) Revue canadienne des sciences de l’administration


25- Orpana*, H. & Lemyre, L. (2004). Explaining the Social Gradient in Health in Canada: Using the National Population Health Survey to Examine the Role of Stressors. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 11, 3, 143-151.


24- Lemyre, L. & Tessier, R. (2003). Measuring psychological stress: Concept, model, and measurement instrument in primary care research. Canadian Family Physician, 49, 1159-1160.


23- Lemyre, L. & Tessier, R. (2003) La mesure de stress psychologique en recherche de première ligne : Concept, modèle et mesure. Médecin de famille canadien, 49, 1166-1168.


22- Bekker, H.L., Légaré*, F., Stacey, D., O’Connor, A. & Lemyre, L. (2003). Is anxiety a suitable measure of decision aid effectiveness: a systematic review? Patient Education & Counseling, 50, 3, 255-262.


21- Lemyre, L. & Orpana*, H. (2002). Integrating Population Health into Social Ecology: Role of Family Medicine Researchers. Canadian Family Physician, 48, 1349-1350.


20- Lemyre, L. & Orpana*, H. (2002). Intégrer la santé des populations dans l'écologie sociale : Le rôle des chercheurs en médecine familiale. Médecin de famille canadien, 48, 1351-1353.


19- Lemyre, L. & Benzimra* Y. (2000). Les efforts de recouvrements suite à la tempête de verglas: état de stress psychologique chez des travailleurs-es après la crise. Santé Mentale au Québec, 25, 186-209.


18- Sweet*, L., Lemyre, L. & Savoie*, J. (1999). Appraisal, coping and stress strategies in breast cancer screening: A longitudinal investigation of causal structure. Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science, 31, 4, 240-253.


17- Vadeboncoeur, L., Houde, R. & Lemyre, L. (1997). Termium sur CD-ROM: précieux auxiliaire de recherche et de consultation. Cahiers internationaux du GERAS, 10.


16- Fillion*, L., Lemyre, L., Mandeville, R. & Piché, R. (1996). Cognitive appraisal, stress state and cellular immunity responses before and after diagnosis of breast tumor. International Journal of Rehabilitation and Health, 2, 169-188.


15- Fillion*, L., Lemyre, L. & Mandeville, R. (1996). Facteurs cognitifs lors de l'adaptation psychoimmunologique au diagnostic du cancer du sein. Journal de thérapie comportementale et cognitive, 6, 2, 43-51.


14- Lemyre, L. (1995). Étiologie sociale et facteurs de rémission: événements de vie positifs et dégrèvement de difficultés. Santé mentale au Québec, 20, 2, 59-76.


13- Truchon*, M. & Lemyre, L. (1995). Les événements anticipés comme stresseurs. Santé mentale au Québec, 20, 2, 77-98.


12- Fillion*, L., Kirouac, G., Lemyre, L. & Mandeville, R. (1994). Stress et immunité: recension en psychoneuroimmunologie. Psychologie canadienne, 35, 405-426.


11- Lemyre, L. (1994). Synthèse critique d'épidémiologie psychiatrique : Les origines sociales et culturelles des troubles psychologiques. Revue canadienne de santé mentale communautaire, 13, 1, 123-125.


10- Fillion*, L., Belles-Iles, M., Lemyre, L. & Roy, R. (1994). Reliability of lymphocyte blastogenic assays and their relationship with psychological stress. Stress Medicine, 10, 1, 43-48.


9- Fillion*, L., Lemyre, L., Mandeville, R., Piché, R., Poisson, R., Fournelle-Lebuis, F. & Falardeau, M. (1993). Cellular immunity and psychological stress before and after diagnostic surgery of breast cancer. Clinical and Investigative Medicine, 16, 3.


8- Bussières*, O., Lemyre, L. & Labrecque, M. (accepté). Vasectomie ou ligature : Facteurs psychosociaux associés au choix du mode de stérilisation. Revue québécoise de psychologie.


7- Brown, G., Lemyre, L. & Bifulco, A. (1992). Social factors and recovery from anxiety and depressive disorders: A test of specificity. British Journal of Psychiatry, 161, 44-54.


6- Lemyre, L. (1991). Compte rendu de «Femmes et santé : Aspects psychosociaux». Recherches féministes, 4, 171-174.


5- Lemyre, L. (1989). Stresseurs et santé mentale : Analyse contextuelle de la pauvreté. Santé mentale au Québec, 14, 120-127.


4- Lemyre, L. & Tessier, R. (1988). Mesure du stress psychologique (MSP) : Se sentir stressé-e. Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement, 20, 302-321.


3- Lemyre, L. & Tessier, R. (1987). Stress et stresseurs : Une mesure de la dimension chronique. Revue québécoise de psychologie, 8, 54-66.


2- Lemyre, L. & Smith, P. M. (1985). Intergroup Discrimination and Self-Esteem in the Minimal Group Paradigm. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 49, 3, 660-670.


1- Rousseau, R., Poirier, J. & Lemyre, L. (1983). Duration Discrimination of Empty Time Intervals Marked by Intermodal Pulses. Perception and Psychophysics, 34, 6, 541-548.


Chapitres de livres

* : Students of L. Lemyre


13- Lemyre, L., Beaudry*, M & Yong*, A.G. (2017). Chapitre 4. Les aspects psychosociaux de la perception et de la communication des risques. Dans B. Motulsky, J. B. Guindon et F. Tanguay-Hébert. Communication des risques météorologiques et climatiques. Montréal : Presses de l’Université du Québec.


12- Beauregard*, N. & Lemyre, L. (2014). Organisation saine et apprenante. In F. Guornieri and P. Zawieja (Ed.), Dictionnaire des risques psychosociaux. Paris: Seuil. pp. 532-535.

Prix René-Joseph Laufer de l’Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques de l'Institut de France.


11- Lemyre, L., & O’Sullivan, T. (2013). Chapter 14: Enhancing community resilience: A matter of multi-level framework, mixed methods and multi-sectoral tools. In N. Kapucu (Ed.), Disaster resiliency and sustainability: interdisciplinary perspectives. New York: Routledge. pp. 271-290.


10- Lemyre, L., Johnson, C., & Corneil, W. (2013). Psychosocial issues in disasters. In D. Kollek (Ed.), Disaster Preparedness for Healthcare Facilities. Shelton, CT: PMPH-USA. (pp. 500-509).


9- Amaratunga, C., Phillips, K.P., O’Connor E., O’Sullivan T., Boscoe M., Lemyre L., & Krewski D., (2010). Chapter 7: The Need for Healthcare Worker Sex and Gender-Sensitive Supports During Infectious Disease Outbreaks. Dans M.G. Tyshenko & C. Paterson (Éds.), SARS Unmasked: Risk Communication of Pandemics and Influenza in Canada. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.


8- Lemyre, L., Clément, M., Corneil, W. & Russo-Garrido, S. (2005). Les impacts psychosociaux du terrorisme. Dans D. Maltais & MA Rheault, Interventions sociales en cas de catastrophe. Québec : PUQ. pp351-368.


7- Lemyre, L. & Benzimra*, Y. (2002). Le stress associé à l’Opération Verglas chez les travailleurs d’Hydro-Québec: Suivi longitudinal. Dans D. Maltais, Catastrophes et état de santé des individus, des intervenants et des communautés. Québec: GRIR-UQAC. pp. 435-449.


6- Lemyre, L. (2000). Contextual and subjective appraisal. Dans T. Harris (Ed), When inner and outer worlds meet: Psychosocial Research in the Tradition of George W. Brown. UK: Routledge. pp. 111-119.


5- Lemyre, L. & Smith, P.M. (1999). Csoportkozi diszkriminacio es onertekeles minimalis csoportparadigmaban. Dans G. Hunyady, D.L. Hamilton & N.L.L. Anh (Eds), A csoportok percepcioja. Budapest: Akademiai Kiado. pp. 431-445.


4- Lemyre, L. & Smith, P.M. (1997). Intergroup relations. In M. Hewstone, A. Manstead and W. Stroebe (Eds), The Blackwell Reader in Social Psychology. Oxford: Blackwell. pp. 558-575.


3- Fillion*, L., Mandeville, R. & Lemyre, L. (1995). Psychoneuroimmunologie et cancer du sein. Dans L. Bessette (Ed), Le deuil comme processus de guérison. Beauport: Publication MNH. pp. 120-125.


2- Brown, G. W., Harris, T. O. & Lemyre, L. (1991). Now you see it, now you don't: Some considerations on multiple regression. Dans D. Magnusson, L. R. Bergman, G. Rudinger & B. Torestad (Éds.), Problems and Methods in Longitudinal Research: Stability and Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 67-94.


1- Lemyre, L. (1987). Le stress : Bilan et intégration sommaire. Dans L. Fillion, L. Laroche, L. Lemyre, & R. Tessier (Éds.), Le stress : Bilan et interventions Québec. Fédération des CLSC (Centre de recherches sur les services communautaires). pp. 8-28.