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  • Spatio-temporal variation in oxidative status regulation in a small mammal. [Journal Article]
    PeerJ 2019; 7:e7801Lemieux V, Garant D, … Bergeron P
  • Life-history allocation trade-offs are dynamic over time and space according to the ecological and demographical context. Fluctuations in food availability can affect physiological trade-offs like oxidative status regulation, reflecting the balance between pro-oxidant production and antioxidant capacity. Monitoring the spatio-temporal stability of oxidative status in natural settings may help und…
  • Feeling the heat: Elevated temperature affects male display activity of a lekking grassland bird. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(9):e0221999Gudka M, Santos CD, … Silva JP
  • Most species-climate models relate range margins to long-term mean climate but lack mechanistic understanding of the ecological or demographic processes underlying the climate response. We examined the case of a climatically limited edge-of-range population of a medium-sized grassland bird, for which climate responses may involve a behavioural trade-off between temperature stress and reproduction…
  • The "Who Do You Tell?"™ Child Sexual Abuse Education Program: Eight Years of Monitoring. [Journal Article]
    J Child Sex Abus 2019; :1-20Tutty LM, Aubry D, Velasquez L
  • School-based programs have been the central strategy to educate children about the serious nature of child sexual abuse (CSA) in the hope of prevention or early intervention. While program evaluations consistently show significant improvement in children's knowledge and skills, it behooves programs to monitor their impacts. Monitoring, or on-going assessments, can take several forms but in the cu…
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