• IFPE 2015

    Dr. Ferro recently spoke at the 2015 International Federation for Psychiatric Epidemiology Congress in Bergen, Norway. At the congress, attendees from across the world heard Dr. Ferro speak about…


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  • New ARCH Research

    A new ARCH Lab paper entitled, “Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms in Canadian Emerging Adults” was recently published in the…


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  • New ARCH Research

    A new ARCH Lab paper entitled, “Major…


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  • New ARCH Research

    A new ARCH Lab paper entitled, “Mediated moderation of the relation between maternal and adolescent depressive symptoms: role of adolescent physical health” was recently published in Social…


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  • ARCH Lab Contributes to Two Measurement Studies

    A paper by Van Lieshout et al. entitled, “Measurement invariance across parent and self-ratings of extremely low birth weight survivors and normal birth weight controls in childhood…


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  • New ARCH Research

    A new ARCH Lab paper entitled, “Association between trajectories of maternal depression and subsequent psychological functioning in youth with and without chronic physical illness” was recently published…


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  • ARCH Lab in the News

    ARCH Lab research was recently featured in the Neurology Advisor, who interviewed Dr. Ferro about the results from a recent paper, “Risk factors for health-related…


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  • New ARCH Research

    A new ARCH Lab paper entitled, “Trajectories of depressive symptoms during the transition to young adulthood: the role of chronic illness” was recently published in the Journal…


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  • New ARCH Research

    A new ARCH Lab paper entitled, “The impact of chronic physical illness, maternal depressive symptoms, family functioning, and self-esteem on symptoms of anxiety and depression in children”…


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  • Hamilton Health Sciences funds two ARCH Lab projects on multimorbidity

    The ARCH Lab has received funding from Hamilton Health Sciences to conduct two important studies on the relationship between mental and physical health in children and youth. For more…


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