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-Dima, J., Gilbert, M.-H., Dextras-Gauthier, J., & Giraud, L. (2024). The effects of artificial intelligence on human resource activities and the roles of the human resource triad: opportunities and challenges. Frontiers in Psychology, 15. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2024.1360401

-Haines, V. Y., Patient, D. et Guerrero, S. (2024). The fairness of human resource management practices: an assessment by the justice sensitive. Frontiers in Psychology, 15. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2024.1355378

-Haines III, V.Y., Guerrero, S. & Marchand, A. (2024). Flexible work arrangements and employee turnover intentions: contrasting pathwaysThe International Journal of Human Resource Management, doi : 10.1080/09585192.2024.2323510

-Boucher, F. , Dextras-Gauthier, J. , Gilbert, M.-H. , Fournier P.-S. & Dima J. (2024). One down, fifty to go: managers’ perceptions of their workload and how they cope with it to maintain their psychological health. Frontiers in Psychology, Vol.14. doi : 10.3389/fpsyg.2023.1336560

-Parent-Lamarche, A., Marchand, A. & Saade, S. (2024).  A Multilevel Analysis of Changes in Psychological Demands over Time on Employee BurnoutMerits, 4, no. 1: 19-34. doi : 10.3390/merits4010002

-Afota, M.-C., Provost Savard, Y., Léon, E., & Ollier-Malaterre, A. (2024). Changes in belongingness, meaningful work, and emotional exhaustion among new high-intensity telecommuters: Insights from pandemic remote workers. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 00, 1–24. doi : 10.1111/joop.12494

-Gilbert, M.-H., Dextras-Gauthier, J., Boulet, M., Auclair, I., Dima, J. and Boucher, F. (2024), Leading well and staying psychologically healthy: the role of resources and constraints for managers in the healthcare sector, Journal of Health Organization and Management, 38 (1), pp. 70-9. doi : 10.1108/JHOM-12-2021-0442


-Parent-Lamarche, A., Hallée, Y. (2023), Exploring the effects of predominantly female jobs on demands and resources at work and consequently on health and performance in the Province of Québec, Canada. Int Arch Occup Environ Health 96, 1267–1281. doi : 10.1007/s00420-023-02005-3

-Hamouche, S., Rofa, N. and Parent-Lamarche, A. (2023), Systematic bibliometric review of artificial intelligence in human resource development: insights for HRD researchers, practitioners and policymakersEuropean Journal of Training and Development, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. doi : 10.1108/EJTD-10-2023-0152

-Hamouche, S., Chabani, Z. and Shamout, M.D. (2023), Foresight study about the use of blockchain to prevent employees’ psychological distress: research avenues and insights for HRM practitionersForesight, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. doi : 10.1108/FS-02-2022-0009

-Dextras-Gauthier J, Gilbert M-H, Dima J and Adou LB (2023) Organizational culture and leadership behaviors: is manager’s psychological health the missing piece? Frontiers in Psychology 14:1237775. doi : 10.3389/fpsyg.2023.1237775

-Parent-Lamarche, A. and Saade, S. (2023), Interpersonal conflict and psychological well-being at work: the beneficial effects of teleworking and emotional intelligence, International Journal of Conflict Management, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. doi : 10.1108/IJCMA-06-2023-0117

-Moulin, S. (2023) Cultural and outdoor activities in Canada: Who does what?. Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue Canadienne de Sociologie, 60, 53– 68. doi : 10.1111/cars.1241

-Hamouche, S. and Marchand, A. (2023) Unraveling the effects of occupational identity verification, self-esteem and identity salience on managers’ mental health: examining psychological distress and depression in the workplace. Management Research Review, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. doi : 10.1108/MRR-03-2023-0224

-Hamouche, S. & Parent-Lamarche, A. (2023) Employees’ performance, work organization conditions and human resource management practices in the era of crisis: the role of emotional exhaustion and organizational communication.  Performance Improvement Quarterly 2023; doi : 10.56811/PIQ-22-0017

-Merkouche, W., Renaud, S. & Marchand, A. (2023). Towards a multilevel integrative theoretical model of organizational withdrawal. @GRH, 46, 71-93. doi : 10.3917/grh.046.0071

-Parent-Lamarche A, Marchand A. (2023) Trajectories of Teleworking via Work Organization Conditions: Unraveling the Effect on Work Engagement and Intention to Quit with Path Analyses. Sustainability, 15(11), 8476. doi : 10.3390/su15118476

–Parent-Lamarche, A., Dextras-Gauthier, J. and Julien, A.S. (2023) “Toward a new model of human resource management practices: construction and validation of the High Wellbeing and Performance Work System Scale“, Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 14 doi : 10.3389/fpsyg.2023.1151781 

-Hamouche, S., Koritos, C. and Papastathopoulos, A. (2023), “Quiet quitting: relationship with other concepts and implications for tourism and hospitality“, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. 35 No. 12, pp. 4297-4312. doi : 10.1108/IJCHM-11-2022-1362

-Hamouche, S., Kammogne, C.L. and Merkouche, W. (2023), “Workforce’s crisis-induced career shock, career preferences, job insecurity, layoff and perceived employability: examining variations based on gender, education level and ethnic origin“, Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, Vol. 13 No. 2, pp. 264-282. doi : 10.1108/HESWBL-05-2022-0101

-Mohd. Shamsudin, F., Hamouche, S., Abdulmajid Cheikh Ali, D., Bani-Melhem, S. and Jamal Bani-Melhem, A. (2023), “Why do employees withhold knowledge? The role of competitive climate, envy and narcissism“, Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. 27 No. 7, pp. 1925-1947. doi:10.1108/JKM-02-2022-0133

-Hamouche, S. and Parent-Lamarche, A. (2023), “Teleworkers’ job performance: a study examining the role of age as an important diversity component of companies’ workforce“, Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, Vol. 10 No. 2, pp. 293-311. doi:10.1108/JOEPP-03-2022-0057

-Boulet, M., Parent-Lamarche, A. (2023)  Workers’ well-being and job performance in the context of COVID-19: a sector-specific approachEvidence-based HRM, Vol. 11 No. 3, pp. 377-394. doi:10.1108/EBHRM-07-2021-0139

-Hamouche, S. (2023), Crisis and mental health of working women: risk factors and integrated care interventions based on organizational, individual, and institutional partnershipJournal of Integrated Care, Vol. 31 No. 1, pp. 26-34. doi: 10.1108/JICA-02-2022-0014


-Registre, F.R., Danthine, É., Ouellet, A.-M., Cachat-Rosset, G.and Saba, T. (2022) Effet du télétravail sur la santé psychologique et la performance des travailleurs durant la pandémie de la Covid-19, Psychologie du Travail et des Organisations, Volume 28, Issue 3, Pages 151-165, ISSN 1420-2530,

-Haines III, V. Y., Ricardeau Registre, J. F. & Guerrero, S. (2022). Challenging (-Hindering) Employment and Employee HealthRelations industrielles/Industrial Relations77(4). doi:10.7202/1097689ar

-Merkouche, W., Girard, J.-A., Belisle, L. (2022). Rétention du personnel: Le cas d’une organisation manufacturière témiscabitibienne qui tire son épingle du jeu. Ad Machina, 6(1), 87-117. doi : 10.1522/radm.no6.1506

–Parent-Lamarche, A & Laforce, S. (2022) A Moderated Mediation Analysis of New Work-Related Stressors, Psychological Distress, and Absenteeism in Health Care During a Pandemic: Is Recognition the Cure for Preventing Falling in Battle? Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. doi: 10.1097/JOM.000000000000269

-Boulet M, Parent-Lamarche A. (2022) Paradoxical Effects of Teleworking on Workers’ Well-Being in the COVID-19 Context: A Comparison Between Different Public Administrations and the Private SectorPublic Personnel Management. doi:10.1177/00910260221102943

–Parent-Lamarche A, Marchand A, Saade S. (2022) Psychological distress in the workplace: The indirect contribution of work organization conditions to work performance. Work. Vol. 72(4):1469-1480. doi: 10.3233/WOR-210843.

-Saade, S., Parent-Lamarche, A., Bazarbachi, Z., Ezzeddine, R., & Ariss, R. (2022). Depressive symptoms in helping professions: a systematic review of prevalence rates and work-related risk factors. International archives of occupational and environmental health, 95(1), 67-116. doi: 10.1007/s00420-021-01783-y. 

–Rawashdeh, A.M., Elayan, M.B., Shamout, M.D. and Hamouche, S. (2022), “Human resource development and turnover intention: organizational commitment’s role as a mediating variable“, European Journal of Management and Business Economics, Vol. 31 No. 4, pp. 469-484. doi: 10.1108/EJMBE-12-2021-0343

-AlHamada A., Alshuridehb M., Alomaric K. , Al Kurdid B., Alzoubie H. , Hamouche S. and Al-Hawaryg S. (2022) The effect of electronic human resources management on organizational health of telecommunications companies in Jordan, International Journal of Data and Network Science 6 (2), 429–438. doi: 10.5267/j.ijdns.2021.12.011

-Hamouche, S. and Marchand, A. (2022), Occupational identity, work, psychological distress and gender in management: results from SALVEO studyGender in Management, Vol. 37 No. 5, pp. 638-658. doi: 10.1108/GM-01-2021-0010

-El Kholti, R., Soltani, S.K., Durand, P., & El Kholti, A. (2022). Why we need to bridge the gap between research in occupational health and safety and human resources management? Safety and Health at Work. Volume 13, Supplement, Pages S203-S204, ISSN 2093-7911,

-Montreuil, V.-L., Dextras-Gauthier, J., Gilbert, M.-H., Dima, J., & Boulet, M. (2022). Remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic: How do digital technology use affects mental fatigue, psychological distress and well-being? Safety and Health at Work, 13. doi : 10.1016/

-Parent-Lamarche, A., Marchand, A., & Saade, S. (2022). Does salivary cortisol secretion mediate the association of work-related stressors with workers’ depression? International archives of occupational and environmental health95(2), 477–487. doi : 10.1007/s00420-021-01792-x

-Parent-Lamarche, A. (2022). Teleworking, Work Engagement, and Intention to Quit during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Same Storm, Different Boats? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health19(3), 1267, doi: 10.3390/ijerph19031267.

-Simard, K., & Parent-Lamarche, A. (2022). Abusive leadership, psychological well-being, and intention to quit during the COVID-19 pandemic: a moderated mediation analysis among Quebec’s healthcare system workers. International archives of occupational and environmental health95(2), 437–450. doi : 10.1007/s00420-021-01790-z


-Carillo, K.D., Cachat-Rosset, G., Marsan, J., Saba, T., & Klarsfeld, A. (2021). Adjusting to epidemic-induced telework: empirical insights from teleworkers in France. European Journal of Information Systems, 30, 69 – 88.

-Dufour, M-E., Saba, T., & Ballesteros Leiva, F. (2021). Planned retirement age: do attachment to work and expectations relating to workplace adjustments matter? Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal.

-Guiliani, F., Cisneros, L., Saba, T. & Cachat-Rosset, G. (2021). Entre le marteau et l’enclume : le rôle de l’optimisme situé. Revue internationale P.M.E.34(2), 13–35. doi :10.7202/1079176ar

-Saba, T., Bezu, S., & Hauder, M. (2021). New working arrangements. Public Policy Forum.

-Saba, T., Blanchettte, S., & Kronfli, C. (2021). Supporting Entrepreneurship and SMEs: A Post Pandemic Skills and Training Agenda. Public Policy Forum.

-Saba, T., Ozbilgin, M., Ng, E. and Cachat-Rosset, G. (2021), “Guest editorial: Ineffectiveness of diversity management: lack of knowledge, lack of interest or resistance?“, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Vol. 40 No. 7, pp. 765-769. doi : 10.1108/EDI-09-2021-374

-St-Onge, S., Beauchamp Legault, M., Ballesteros-Leiva, F., Haines, V., & Saba, T. (2021). Exploring the Black Box of Managing Total Rewards for Older Professionals in the Canadian Financial Services Sector. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue Canadienne Du Vieillissement, 1-14. doi : 10.1017/S0714980821000362

-Blanc, M-E., & Beauregard, N. (2021). La consommation de médicaments psychotropes chez les agriculteurs : un révélateur des besoins en santé mentale? Quintessence, 12 (12).

-Sekkay, F., Imbeau, D., Chinniah, Y., Dubé, P. A., Marcellis-Warin, N. D., Beauregard, N., &  Trépanier, M. (2021). Ergonomic Assessment of Exposure to Musculoskeletal Disorders Risk Factors Among Canadian Truck Drivers. Dans Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (pp. 829-836).

-Sekkay, F., Imbeau, D., Dubé, P. A., Chinniah, Y., de Marcellis-Warin, N., Beauregard, N., &  Trépanier, M. (2021). Assessment of physical work demands of long-distance industrial  gas delivery truck drivers. Applied Ergonomics90, 103224.

-Thompson, J. A., Fraser, S. L., Archambault, I., Beauregard, N., Dupéré, V., & Frohlich, K. L.  (2021). Schooling, Interrupted: A Critical Account of Motivation and Education during the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Quebec. Journal of Teaching and Learning15(2), 60-80.

-Afota, M. C., & Vandenberghe, C. (2021). Supervisors’ Work Hours, Abusive Supervision and Leader-Member Exchange. In Academy of Management Proceedings (Vol. 2021, No. 1, p. 10073). Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510: Academy of Management.

-Afota, M.-C., & Vandenberghe, C. (2021). Supervisors’ work hours, abusive supervisionand leader-member exchange. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2021(1), 10073. doi : 10.5465/ambpp.2021.10073abstract

-Afota, M.-C., Provost Savard, Y., Ollier-Malaterre, A., & Leon, E. A. (2021). Work-from-home adjustment in the covid-19 pandemic: The role of psychological climate for face time. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2021(1), 15562. doi : 10.5465/ambpp.2021.81

-Hamouche, S., & Chabani, Z. (2021). COVID-19 and the new forms of employment relationship: implications and insights for human resource development. Industrial and Commercial  Training.

-Hamouche, S. (2021). Covid-19, physical distancing in the workplace and employees’mental health: implications and insights for organizational interventions-narrative review. Psychiatria  Danubina33(2), 202-208.

-Hamouche, S. (2021). Human resource management and the COVID-19 crisis: implications, challenges, opportunities, and future organizational directions. Journal of Management & Organization1, 16.

-Chabani, Z., Hamouche, S., & Said, R. (2021). Is Blockchain Technology Applicable in Small  and Medium-Sized Enterprises? Dans International Conference on Digital Technologies and Applications (pp. 505-514).

-Parent-Lamarche, A., Marchand, A., & Saade, S. (2021). A multilevel analysis of the role personality plays between work organization conditions and psychological distressBMC psychology9(1), 200. doi : 10.1186/s40359-021-00703-6

-Voirol, C., Pelland, M. F., Lajeunesse, J., Pelletier, J., Duplain, R., Dubois, J., Lachance, S.,      Lambert, C., Sader, J., & Audetat, M. C. (2021). How Can We Raise Awareness of Physician’s Needs in Order to Increase Adherence to Management and Leadership Training? Journal of healthcare leadership13, 109–117. doi : 0.2147/JHL.S288199

–Guillot-Soulez, C., St-Onge, S., Soulez, S., Merkouche, W. (2021). Le modèle coopératif, un atout à valoriser dans l’identité de marque employeur des coopératives financières ?” Management International, 25 (4), pp.69-83. doi: 10.7202/1083843ar

-Bilodeau, J., Quesnel-Vallée, A., Beauregard, N., Brault, M.C. (2021). Gender, work-family conflict and depressive symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic among Quebec graduate students. Preventive Medicine Reports, Volume 24, 2021, 101568, doi : 10.1016/j.pmedr.2021.101568.

–Cadieux, N., Fournier, P.L., Cadieux, J. Gingues, M. (2021) New Techno-Stressors Among Knowledge Professionals: The Contribution of Artificial Intelligence and Websites that Misinform ClientsInternational Journal of Electronic Commerce, 25:2, 136-153 doi: 10.1080/10864415.2021.1887695

–Eccles, H.;  Nannarone, M.;  Lashewicz, B.;  Attridge, M.; Marchand, A.;  Aitken, A.;  Ho, K.;  Wang, J. (2021). Barriers to the use of web-based mental health programs: A qualitative study. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 57:1-10.

–Olivier, E., Janosz, M., Morin, A.J.S., Archambault, I. Geoffrion, S., Pascal, S., Goulet, J., Marchand, A. et Pagani, L.S. (2021). Chronic and temporary exposure to student violence predicts emotional exhaustion in high school teachers. Journal of School Violence doi: 10.1080/15388220.2021.1875841

–Parent-Lamarche, A., Marchand, A. et Saade, S. (2021). How Do Work Organization Conditions Affect Job Performance? Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. doi: 10.1080/15555240.2021.1872382

–Parent-Lamarche, A. & Boulet, M. (2021). Employee Well-being in COVID-19 Pandemic: The Moderating Role of Teleworking During the First Lockdown in the province of Quebec, Canada, Work (July, 2021).

–Parent-Lamarche, A. & Boulet, M. (2021) Workers’ Stress During the First Lockdown, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 63(6) : 469-475 doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000002172

–Kammogne, C.L. & Marchand, A. (2021) Ethnicité et statut d’immigrant: Quelle association avec le travail et les symptômes dépressifs? Revue d’Épidémiologie et de Santé Publique. 69(3):145-153 doi : 10.1016/j.respe.2021.01.009

–Cloutier, G. & Marchand, A. (2021) L’influence de l’identité professionnelle sur la détresse psychologique dans les métiers spécialisés des secteurs de la construction et manufacturier au Québec. Can J Public Health. 112(2):262-269 doi: 10.17269/s41997-020-00372-9

–Hamouche, S. & Marchand, A. (2021), Occupational identity, work, and burnout among managers: Do high performance human resource management practices play a moderator role?, Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health  doi: 10.1080/15555240.2021.1877553


–Parent-Lamarche A, Fernet C. (2020) The Role of Employee Self-Efficacy in Top-Down Burnout Crossover: A Longitudinal Study. J Occup Environ Med.  62(10), 803-809. doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001924. PMID: 32472850

-Tmimi, S. (2020) Aujourd’hui pour demain : cooccurrence entre le harcèlement et la détresse psychologique, Revue RH, volume 23, numéro 3, septembre/octobre 2020.

–Afota, M. C., & Robinson, M. A. (2020). Mitigating Information Overload: An Experiential Exercise Using Role-Play to Illustrate and Differentiate Theories of Motivation. Management Teaching Review, 2379298120933999.

–Bilodeau, J.; Marchand, A.; Demers, A. (2020). Psychological distress inequality between employed men and women: A gendered exposure model. SSM – Population Health. 11: 1-8. doi: 10.1016/j.ssmph.2020.100626.

–Cloutier, G. ; Marchand, A. (2020). Identité professionnelle et agressions dans les métiers spécialisés de la construction et du secteur manufacturier au Québec. Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations. 75(1), 52–77. doi: 10.7202/1068715ar

–Wang. J.; Eccles. H.; Nannarone, M.; Smail-Crevier, R.; Lashewicz, B.; Aiken, A.; Attridge, M.; Marchand, A.; Friesen, J. (2020). Identifying strategies for decreasing work-related stress among working men: An International Delphi consensus study. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 62: 171-178.  doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001797

–Eccles, H., Nannarone, M., Lashewicz, B., Attridge, M., Marchand, A., Aiken, A., Ho, K., Wang, J. (2020) Perceived Effectiveness and Motivations for the Use of Web-Based Mental Health Programs: Qualitative Study. J Med Internet Res. 22(7):e16961. doi: 10.2196/16961.

–Kammogne, C.L. & Marchand, A. (2020) Travail et symptômes de détresse psychologique: Quel est le rôle des traits d’identité culturelle en lien avec l’ethnicité et le statut d’immigrant dans la main-d’oeuvre canadienne? Revue Canadienne de Santé Mentale Communautaire, 39(3): 1-17 doi: 10.7870/cjcmh-2020-023

–Hamouche, S. & Marchand, A. (2020), Linking work, occupational identity and burnout: the case of managers, International Journal of Workplace Health Management  doi: 10.1108/IJWHM-01-2020-0008

–Marchand, A. & Blanc, M.-E. (2020) Chronic diseases, age and gender: examining the contribution to burnout symptoms in a sample of 2075 Canadian workers. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health  doi: 10.1007/s00420-020-01534-5

–Parent-Lamarche, A., Marchand, A. & Saade, S. (2020) Does Depression Mediate the Effect of Work Organization Conditions on Job Performance? Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: January 20, 2020 – Volume Publish Ahead of Print – Issue   doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001822


–Bilodeau, J. Marchand, A. & Demers, A. (2019) Work, family, work-family conflict and psychological distress: A revisited look at the gendered vulnerability pathways. Stress and Health.  1-19. DOI: 10.1002/smi.2916

–Parent-Lamarche, A. & Marchand, A. (2019). Well-being at work from a multilevel perspective : What is the role of personality traits? International Journal of Workplace Health Management. 12(5):298-317. DOI:10.1108/IJWHM-05-2019-0066

–Parent-Lamarche, A. & Marchand, A. (2019). Work and depression: the moderating role of personality traits. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health.

–Beauregard, N., Lemyre, L., & Barrette, J. (2019). The Healthy Learning Organizations Model: Lessons Learned From the Canadian Federal Public ServicePublic Personnel Management. First Published July 2, 2019

– Kammogne, C.L. & Marchand, A. (2019). Les traits d’identité culturelle en lien avec le statut d’immigrant et l’ethnicité : quel lien avec les symptômes de détresse psychologique et les symptômes dépressifs dans la main-d’œuvre canadienne? Résultats des neuf cycles de l’ENSPRevue Canadienne de Santé Publique/Canadian Journal of Public Health.

– Haines III, V.Y., Bilodeau, J., Demers, A., Marchand, A., Beauregard, N., Durand, P. et Blanc, M. E. (2019). Sex, Gender Dynamics, and Work-Family Conflict: A Differential Exposure Explanation. Journal of Family Issues, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 215-239.


– Zhou, B., Marchand, A., Guay, S. (2018). Gender Differences on Mental Health, Work-Family Conflicts and Alcohol Use in Response to Abusive Supervision. Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.

– Parent-Lamarche, A., Marchand, A. (2018) Work stress, personality traits, and cortisol secretion: Testing a model for job burnout, Work, vol. 60, no. 3, pp. 485-497. DOI: 10.3233/WOR-182755

– Marchand, A., Blanc, M.-E., Beauregard, N. (2018) Do age and gender contribute to workers’ burnout symptoms?Occupational Medicine, , kqy088,

– Beauregard, N., Marchand, A., Bilodeau, J., Durand, P., Demers, A., & Haines, V.Y. (2018) Gendered Pathways to Burnout: Results from the SALVEO StudyAnnals of Work Exposures and Health, wxx114 (published 19 February 2018).


– Haines, V.Y. III, Patient, D.L., Marchand, A. (2017) Systemic justice and burnout: A multilevel modelHuman Resource Management Journal, First published: 13 September 2017. DOI: 10.1111/1748-8583.12166.

– Sousa, A.C.P.A., Marchand, A., Garcia, A., Gomez, J.F., Ylli, A., Guralnik, J.M., Guerra, R.O. (2017) Cortisol and physical performance in older populations: Findings from the international mobility in aging study (IMIAS). Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 2017 Jul; 71:50-58. doi: 10.1016/j.archger.2017.03.002.

– Marchand, A., Blanc, M.-E., Beauregard, N. (2017). Exposure to Work and Nonwork Stressors and the Development of Heart Disease Among Canadian workers Aged 40 Years and Older: A 16-year Follow-up Study (1994 to 2010)Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 59(9):894–902. DOI: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001095.

– Zhou, B., Marchand, A., Guay, S. (2017) I See so I Feel: Coping With Workplace Violence Among Victims and Witnesses. Work, 57(1), 125-135.

– Patricio de Albuquerque Sousa, A.C., Marchand, A., Garcia, A., Gomez, J.F., Ylli, A., Guralnik, J.M., Zunzunegui, M.-V., Oliveira Guerra, R. (2017) Cortisol and physical performance in older populations: Findings from the international mobility in aging study (IMIAS)Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 71: 50-58.

– Dansereau, V., Beauregard, N., Marchand, A. & Durand, P. (2017). Une typologie de la comorbidité en santé mentale au travail : résultats de l’étude SALVEOSanté mentale au Québec,42(1), 65–83. DOI : 10.7202/1040244ar.

– Saba T. (2017) Les valeurs des générations au travail : les introuvables différencesGérontologie et société, vol. 39, no 153, p.27-41.


– Genin, E., Haines, V.Y., Pelletier, D., Rousseau, V., Marchand, A. (2016) Why the long hours? Job demands and social exchange dynamicsWork, 55(3), 539-548.

– Wang, J.L., Patten, S.B., Raymond, W.L., Attridge, M., Ho, K., Schmitz, N. Marchand, A., Lashewicz, B.M. (2016) The Effects of an E-Mental Health Program and Job Coaching on the Risk of Major Depression and Productivity in Canadian Male Workers: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled TrialJMIR Research Protocols, 5(4), e218.

– Wang, J.L., Lam, R.W., Ho, K., Attridge, M., Lashewicz, B., Patten, S., Marchand, A., Aiken, A., Schmitz, N. Gundu, S. Rewari, N., Hodgins, D., Bulloch, A., Merali, Z. (2016) Preferred Features of E-Mental Health Programs for Prevention of Major Depression in Male Workers: Results From a Canadian National SurveyJournal of Medical Internet Research, 16(6), e132.

– Parent-Lamarche, A. & Marchand, A. (2016) The effect of working conditions on salivary cortisol secretion and the moderating role of personality traits: OR1380International Journal of Psychology, 51 (supplement 1):770, July 2016.

–  Marchand, A., Bilodeau, J., Demers, A., Beauregard, N., Durand, P. & Haines, V.Y. III (2016) Gendered depression: Vulnerability or exposure to work and family stressors?Social Science & Medicine, 166: 160-168.

– Parent-Lamarche, A. & Marchand, A. (2016) Travail et épuisement professionnel: le rôle modérateur des traits de la personnalitéPsychologie du travail et des organisations, 22: 187-204.

– Cloutier, G. & Marchand, A. (2016) La relation entre la culture organisationnelle et les agressions au travailPsychologie du travail et des organisations, 22: 160-172.

– Dextras-Gauthier, J. & Marchand, A. (2016) Does organizational culture play a role in the development of psychological distress?The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-30 pp., DOI: 10.1080/09585192.2016.1216874.

– Dextras-Gauthier, J. & Marchand, A. (2016) Culture organisationnelle, condition de l’organisation du travail et épuisement professionnelRelations Industrielles/Industrial Relations, 71(1), 156-187.

– Marchand, A., Juster, R.P., Lupien, S. & Durand, P. (2016) Psychosocial Determinants of Diurnal Alpha-Amylase among Healthy Quebec Workers, Psychosocial Determinants of Diurnal Alpha-Amylase among Healthy Quebec Workers , Psychoneuroendocrinology, 66:65-74.

– Marchand, A., Juster, R.-P., Durand, P., Lupien, S. J. (2016) Work Stress Models and Diurnal Cortisol Variations: The SALVEO Study. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 21(2), 182-193.


– Parent-Lamarche, A. & Marchand, A. (2015) The moderating role of personality traits in the relationship between work and salivary cortisol: a cross-sectional study of 401 employees in 34 Canadian companiesBMC Psychology, 3:45. DOI: 10.1186/s40359-015-0102-3.

– Marchand, A. , Haines, V.Y. 3rd, Harvey, S., Dextras-Gauthier, J. & Durand, P. (2015) Health and Stress Management and Mental-health Disability Claims. Stress & Health. Article first published online: 8 DEC 2015, DOI: 10.1002/smi.2663.

– Cadieux, N. & Marchand, A. (2015) Détresse psychologique chez les professionnels et professionnelles exerçant une profession réglementée: facteurs explicatifs et pistes de réflexionRevue Canadienne de Santé Mentale Communautaire/Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 34(3), 15-35.

– Marchand, A., Blanc, M.-E. & Durand, P. (2015) Genre, âge, profession, secteur économique et santé mentale en milieu de travail : les résultats de l’étude SALVEORevue Canadienne de Santé Publique/Canadian Journal of Public Health, 106(4): mai-juin, e223-e229.

– Marchand, A., Beauregard, N. & Blanc, M.-E. (2015) Work and non-work stressors, psychological distress and obesity: evidence from a 14-year study on Canadian workers. BMJ Open ;5:e006285. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2014- 006285.

– Marchand, A., Durand, P., Haines, V. & Harvey, S. (2015) The multilevel determinants of workers’ mental health: results from the SALVEO study. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 50(3), 445-459.

– Boulet, M. et Boudarbat, B. (2015). The Economic Performance of Immigrants with Canadian Education, Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies, Vol. 15(2), 23-40.

– Boulet, M. et  Boudarbat, B. (2015). Qualité de l’emploi et santé mentale des travailleurs au Québec : une comparaison entre les immigrants et les natifs, Canadian Public Policy, Vol. 41, pp. S53-S60.


– Cadieux, N. & Marchand, A. (2014) Psychological distress in the workforce: a multilevel and longitudinal analysis of the case of regulated occupations in Canada. BMC Public Health, 14:808.

– Beauregard, N., Demers, A. & Marchand, A. (2014). La santé mentale des agriculteurs, une situation complexe. Quintessence, 6(3), 1-2.

– Beauregard, N., Demers, A. & Marchand, A. (2014). The mental health of farmers, a complex situation. Quintessence, 6(3), 1-2.

– Cadieux, N., & Marchand, A. (2014) A longitudinal and comparative study of psychological distress among professional workers in regulated occupations in CanadaWork. 49: 73-86.

– Marchand, A., Durand, P., Juster, R. P., & Lupien, S. J. (2014). Workers’ psychological distress, depression, and burnout symptoms: Associations with diurnal cortisol profiles. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment, & Health, 40(3):305-314.

– Marchand, A.; Juster, R.P.; Durand, P., Lupien, S. (2014). Burnout symptom sub-types and cortisol profiles: What’s burning most? Psychoneuroendocrinology. 40: 27-36.

– Boudarbat, B. et Egel, D. (2014). The Effectiveness of Vocational Training in Morocco: Quasi-experimental evidence, Regional and Sectoral Economic Studies, Vol. 14-2, pp. 129-140.

– Boudarbat, B. et Lemieux, T. (2014). Why are the Relative Wages of Immigrants Declining? A Distributional ApproachIndustrial and Labor Relations Review, 67(4), pp.1127-1165.

– Saba T. (2014)  Les multiples trajectoires à l’approche de la retraite: des opportunités, des contraintes ou un casse-tête, Le Point en administration de la santé et des services sociaux, Vol. 10, no 3, p.48-52.

– Haines V.Y., Hamouche S. & Saba T. (2014), Career Success: Fit or Marketability?Career Development International, vol. 19, no. 7, 779-793.


– Haines, V.Y., Harvey, S., Durand, P. & Marchand, A. (2013) Core self-evaluations, work-family conflict, and burnout. Journal of Marriage and Family, 75 (June 2013): 778-793.

– Marchand, A., Durand, P., Lupien, S. (2013) Work hours and cortisol variation from non-working to working days. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health 86(5), 553-559.

– Marchand, A., Haines, V.Y. & Dextras-Gauthier, J. (2013) Quantitative analysis of organizational culture in occupational health research: a theory-based validation in 30 workplaces of the organizational culture profile instrument. BMC Public Health 13:443.

– Saade, S., & Marchand, A. (2013). Work organisation conditions, alcohol misuse: The moderating role of personality traits. Work, 44, 191-200.

– Saade, S., & Marchand, A. (2013). Work organization conditions and prescribed psychotropic drug use in Canada: The moderating role of personality traits. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 28(1), 62-80.

– Boudarbat, B. & Connolly Pray, M. (2013). The gender wage gap among recent post-secondary graduates in Canada: a distributional approach, Canadian Journal of Economics, Volume 46, Issue 3, pp. 1037-1065.

– Boudarbat, B. & Grenon, L. (2013). Attrition and the estimation of employment and wage equations: the Canadian survey of labour and income dynamics, Applied Economics Letters, 20(12), 1139-1144.


– Barrette, J., Lemyre L., Corneil W., & Beauregard, N. (2012). Organizational learning facilitators in the Canadian public sector. International Journal of Public Administration, 35, 137–149.

– Bedi, A., Courcy, F., Paquet, M., Harvey, S. (2012). Interpersonal Aggression and Burnout: The Mediating Role of Psychological Climate. Stress Health, Dec 2012.

– Dextras-Gauthier, J., Marchand, A., & Haines, V. Y., III. (2012). Organizational Culture, Work Organization Conditions, and Mental Health: A proposed Integration. International Journal of Stress Management, 19(2), 81-104.

– Haines, V.H., Marchand, A., Genin, E., & Rousseau, V. (2012). A balanced view of long work hours. International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 5 (2), 104 – 119.

– Haines, V. Y., Rousseau, V., Grimard-Brotheridge, C., & Saint-Onge, È. (2012). A qualitative investigation of employee business awareness. Personal Review, 41, (1).

– Boudarbat, B. & Chernoff, V. (2012). Education–job match among recent Canadian university graduates, Applied Economics Letters, 19:18, 1923-1926.

– Haines V.Y. III & Saba, T. (2012), Challenges to professional identities and emotional exhaustion, Career Development International, vol. 17, no. 2-3, 120-136.


– Beauregard, N., Marchand, A., & Blanc, M-E. (2011). What do we know about the non-work determinants of occupational mental health? A systematic review of longitudinal studies. BMC Public Health. 11, 439.

– Harrisson, D., Roy, M., & Haines, V. Y., III (2011). Union representatives in labour-management partnerships: roles and identities in flux. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 49, (3), 411–435.

– Marchand, A., & Blanc, M-E. (2011). Occupation, work organisation conditions and the development of chronic psychological distress. Work, 40, 425-435.

– Marchand, A., Drapeau, A., & Beaulieu-Prévost, D. (2011). Psychological distress in Canada: The role of employment and reasons of non-employment. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 1-9.

– Marchand, A., Parent-Lamarche, A., & Blanc, M-E. (2011). Work and high-risk alcohol consumption in the Canadian Workforce. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 8, 2692-2705.

– Marchand, A., & Durand, P. (2011). Psychosocial and biological indicators in the evaluation and intervention on mental health problems at work. Healthcare Papers, 11, 6-19.

– Marchand, A., & Durand, P. (2011). Psychological Distress, Depression, and Burnout. Similar contribution of the Job Demand-Control and Job Demand-Control-Support models? Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 53, 185-189.

– Marchand, A., & Blanc, M-E. (2011). Occupation, Work Organization Conditions and Alcohol Misuse in Canada: An Eight Year Longitudinal Study. Substance Use and Misuse, 46, 1003–1014.

– Rousseau, V., Haines, V.Y. III, & Saint-Onge, È. (2011). Le talent de l’acteur : L’art de prendre conscience de l’environnement d’affaires: exploration et prise en compte du concept. Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie, 17, 147-155.

– Boulet, M. et Boudarbat, B. (2011). La qualité d’emploi des immigrants ayant un diplôme postsecondaire canadien, Diversité canadienne, volume 8:5, hiver, pp. 46-51.

– Wils, T., Saba, T., Waxin, M.-F. & Labelle, C. (2011), Intergenerational and intercultural differences in work value in Quebec and the Unites Arab Emirates. Relations industrielles/Industrial Relations, vol. 66, no. 3, p. 445-469.


– Blanc, M-E., & Marchand A. (2010). Quel est le rôle du travail dans l’incidence de la consommation de médicaments psychotropes au Canada? Revue Canadienne de Santé Publique/Canadian Journal of Public Health, 101 (S-1), S63-S68.

– Drapeau A., Beaulieu-Prévost D., Marchand A., Boyer R., Préville M., & Kairouz, S. (2010). A life-course and time perspective on the construct validity of psychological distress in women and men. Measurement invariance of the K6 across gender. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 10, 68.

– Haines, V. Y., Jalette, P., & Larose, K. (2010). The influence of human resource management practices on employee voluntary turnover rates in the Canadian nongovernmental sector. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 63, 228-246.

– Haines, V. Y., III, Brouillard, S., & Cadieux, N. (2010). Une analyse longitudinale (1975-2005) de l’évolution de la profession ressources humaines. Relations industrielles, 65, (3), 491-513.

– Keay E, Macdonald S., Durand P., Csiernik R., Wild T.C. (2010). Reasons for adopting and not adopting : Employee assistance programs in Canada. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 1555-5259, Volume 25, Issue 1, Pages 65 – 71.

– Marchand, A. & Blanc, M-E. (2010). Chronicité de la consommation de médicaments psychotropes dans la main-d’œuvre canadienne: Quelle est la contribution de la profession et des conditions de l’organisation du travail? Revue d’Épidémiologie et de Santé Publique, 58, 89–99.

– Marchand, A., & Blanc, M-E. (2010). The contribution of work and non-work factors to the onset of psychological distress: An eight-year prospective study of a representative sample of employees in Canada. Journal of Occupational Health, 52, 176-185.

– Parent-Lamarche, A. & Marchand, A. (2010). Une étude sur le rôle modérateur des traits de personnalité sur la relation entre les conditions de l’organisation du travail et la détresse psychologique. PTO, 16, (1).

– Smith, P.M, Stock, S., McLeod, C., Koehoorn, M., Marchand, A., & Mustard, C. (2010). Research opportunities using administrative databases and existing surveys for new knowledge in occupational health and safety in Canada, Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia. Revue canadienne de santé publique/Canadian Journal of Public Health, 101 (S-1), S23-S28.

– Vézina, M., Bourbonnais, Renée, Marchand, A., Arcand, R. (2010). Contraintes psychosociales de travail et problèmes de santé mentale au Québec : un portrait défavorable aux femmes. Revue Canadienne de Santé Publique/Canadian Journal of Public Health, 101 (S-1), S23-S28.

– Boulet, M. et  Boudarbat, B. (2010). Un diplôme postsecondaire canadien : un tremplin vers des emplois de qualité pour les immigrants ?, Étude IRPP, no 8, Montréal, Institut de recherche en politiques publiques.

– Boudarbat, B. et Cousineau, J.-M. (2010). Un emploi correspondant à ses attentes personnelles? Le cas des nouveaux immigrants au Québec. Journal of International Migration and Integration – Revue de l’intégration et de la migration internationale, Volume 11(2), pp. 155-172.

– Boudarbat, B., Lemieux, T. & Riddell, C. (2010). The Evolution of the Returns to Human Capital in Canada, 1980-2005, Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques, vol. 36(1), pp. 63-89.

– Boudarbat, B., Boulet, M. et Zhu, N. (2010). Participation au marché du travail et revenus d’emploi des immigrants au Québec par rapport au reste du Canada, Nos diverses cités, numéro 7, pp. 60-66.

– Saba, T. (2010) Promouvoir une stratégie viable en faveur d’un vieillissement actif. Vie et vieillissement, vol. 8, no. 2, 31-38.

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