Martine Hebert

Universite Laval (Canada) 
Developmental Psychology
"Martine Hebert"
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Couture S, Fernet M, Hébert M, et al. (2023) "I Just Want to Feel Good Without Making You Feel Bad": Sexual Assertiveness Negotiation in Adolescent Romantic Relationships. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Wallace A, Langevin R, Hébert M. (2023) An Analysis of Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Cyber-Dating Violence Victimization of Adolescent Girls: An Ecological Perspective. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma. 1-13
Dion J, Attard V, Guyon R, et al. (2023) Implementing a sexual violence prevention program in two Canadian Indigenous communities: Challenges and lessons learned. Child Abuse & Neglect. 106271
Dion J, Hébert M, Sadikaj G, et al. (2023) Dating Violence Trajectories in Adolescence: How Do They Relate to Sexual Outcomes in Canada? Archives of Sexual Behavior
Gauthier-Duchesne A, Hébert M, Blais M, et al. (2023) Differential Profiles of Sexually Abused Adolescent Boys. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. 1-19
Gilbert M, Fernet M, Hébert M, et al. (2023) Diversity of Profiles and Coping Among Adolescent Girl Victims of Sexual Dating Violence. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. 1-19
Lafortune D, Girard M, Dussault É, et al. (2023) Who seeks sex therapy? Sexual dysfunction prevalence and correlates, and help-seeking among clinical and community samples. Plos One. 18: e0282618
De Champlain A, Tremblay-Perreault A, Hébert M. (2023) Gender Differences in Behavioral Problems in Child Victims of Sexual Abuse: Contribution of Self-Blame of the Parent and Child. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. 1-18
Bouchard S, Langevin R, Vergunst F, et al. (2023) Child Sexual Abuse and Employment Earnings in Adulthood: A Prospective Canadian Cohort Study. American Journal of Preventive Medicine
Dubé V, Tremblay-Perreault A, Allard-Cobetto P, et al. (2023) Alexithymia as a Mediator between Intimate Partner Violence and Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms in Mothers of Children Disclosing Sexual Abuse. Journal of Family Violence. 1-9
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