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Stephen Ellenbogen's Publications

Peer Reviewed

Ellenbogen, S., Trocmé, N., & Wekerle, C. (2012). Self-generated outcome expectancies concerning violence in intimate relationships: A comparison of aggressive and nonaggressive adolescents in a sample of Child Protective Services users. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des Sciences du comportement. doi: 10.1037/a0028690

Ellenbogen, S., Trocmé, N., & Wekerle, C. (in press). The relationship between dimensions of physical abuse and aggressive behavior in a Child Protective Services involved sample of adolescents. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma. 35 p.

Ellenbogen, S., Jacobs, D., Derevensky, J., Gupta, R., & Paskus, T. (2008). Gambling behavior among college student-athletes. Journal of Applied Sports Psychology 20(3), 349-362.

Ellenbogen, S., Gupta, R., & Derevensky, J. (2007). A cross-cultural study of gambling behavior among adolescents. Journal of Gambling Studies, 23(1), 25-39.

Ellenbogen, S., Derevensky, J., & Gupta, R. (2007). Gender differences among adolescents with gambling-related problems. Journal of gambling Studies, 23(2), 133-143.

Lussier, I., Derevensky, J., Gupta, R., Bergevin, T., & Ellenbogen, S. (2007). Youth gambling behaviors: An examination of the role of resilience. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 21(2), 165-173.

Gupta, R., Derevensky, J., & Ellenbogen, S. (2006). Personality characteristics and risk-taking tendencies among adolescent gamblers. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 38(3), 201-213.

Wright, R., John, L., Ellenbogen S., Offord, D., Duku, E.K. & Rowe, W. (2006). Effect of a structured arts program on the psychosocial functioning of youth from low-income communities: findings from a Canadian longitudinal study. Journal of Early Adolescence, 26(2), 186-205.

Ellenbogen, S. & Gratton F. (2001). Do they suffer more?: Reflections on research comparing suicide survivors to other survivors. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 31(1), 83-90.

Ellenbogen, S. & Chamberland, C. (1997). The peer relations of dropouts: a comparative study of at-risk and not at risk youths. Journal of Adolescence, 20, 355-367.

Manuscript submitted for publication

Ellenbogen, S., Trocmé, N., & Wekerle, C. (revised and submitted). Self-generated outcome expectancies concerning violence in intimate relationships: A comparison of aggressive and nonaggressive adolescents in a sample of Child Protective Services users. 28 p.

Peer reviewed conference presentations

Ellenbogen, S. (2011, September). Understanding and treating aggression problems in child protective services-involved youth. Paper presented at the International Conference on Violence, Abuse, & Trauma: San Diego, CA.

Ellenbogen, S., Trocmé, N., & Wekerle, C. (2011, January). Adding a layer of Depth to Quantitative Research. Paper presented at the Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference: Tampa Bay. (session moderator: Measurement Innovations with Vulnerable Populations)

Ellenbogen, S. (2010, June). Caseworker-reported resilience in neglected children and youth. Paper presented at the Pathways to Resilience II International conference: Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Ellenbogen, S., Trocmé, N., & Wekerle, C. (2010, January). Testing a shame-rage explanation for increased aggressiveness among physically abused youth. Poster presented at the Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference: San Francisco.

Ellenbogen, S., Trocmé, N., Wekerle, C., the MAP research team (2008, September). Violence outcome expectancies among maltreated adolescents: Motivations and implications of aggressive behaviour. Paper presented at the WorldForum 2008: Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom.

Ellenbogen, S, Trocmé, N., Wekerle, C., & the MAP research team (2008, March). What do adolescents think will happen if they behave aggressively: examining the cognitions of maltreated youth. Paper presented at the First Biennial Conference of the International Family Aggression Society: Preston, UK.

Ellenbogen, S, Trocmé, N., Wekerle, C., & the MAP research team (2008, March). Are higher levels of child physical abuse a risk factor for later aggression problems, over and above other maltreatment? Poster presented at the First Biennial Conference of the International Family Aggression Society: Preston, UK.

Ellenbogen, S., McBride J., Derevensky, J., & Gupta, R. (2007, May). Youth gambling problems: Should we be concerned? Paper presented at SocialWork2007: Parma, Italy.

Janosz, M., Ellenbogen, S., LeBlanc, M., Schwartzman, A., & Tremblay, R.E. (1996, August). Sex Differences in Early Predictors of School Dropout. Poster Presentation at the XIVth Biennial ISSBD Conference, Québec.

Ellenbogen, S., & Chamberland, C. (1996, August). The Peer Relations of Students At Risk of Early School Departure. Poster Presentation at the XIVth Biennial ISSBD Conference, Québec.

Selected non-reviewed publications

Ellenbogen, S.  & Trocmé, N. (2012, June) Promising results from evaluation of Family TIES, In the Know.

Ellenbogen, S. & Haire, S. Evaluation of the 4-year Social Work BSW Program at Memorial University: preliminary results. School of Social Work, Memorial University: St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, 9 pp.

 Coneen, J., Ellenbogen, S. and Sullivan, M. (August, 2010). Evaluation of the 4-year Social Work BSW Program at Memorial University: feasibility. School of Social Work, Memorial University: St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, 16 pp.

Ellenbogen, S. (December, 2009). Tracking change among Family TIES Participants: Final report. Batshaw Youth and Family Centres and the Centre for Research on Children and Families, McGill University: Montreal, 23 pp.

Gallo, S. & Ellenbogen, S. (December, 2009). Data analysis of Neglect Survey. Batshaw Youth and Family Centres and the Centre for Research on Children and Families, McGill University: Montreal, 66 pp.

Abrams, S. & Ellenbogen, S. (November, 2009). Client Satisfaction Survey. Batshaw Youth and Family Centres, Division of Professional Services: Montreal, 42 pp.

Ellenbogen, S. (August, 2009). Study raises doubts about Multisystemic Therapy as gold-standard treatment for delinquents. Research Watch Newsletter, Centre of Excellence in Child Welfare.

Ellenbogen, S. (June, 2009). Cognitive-behaviour therapy a somewhat effective treatment for young offenders in residential care. Research Watch Newsletter, Centre of Excellence in Child Welfare.

Ellenbogen, S. & Wekerle, C. Visiting practices in child welfare organization. (2008). Ontario association of Children’s Aids Societies, 52(1), 18-24.

Ellenbogen, S. (2008, March 6). Violence prevention program implemented in Ontario high school shows promise. Research Watch Newsletter, Centre of Excellence in Child Welfare.

Ellenbogen, S. (2007, May 3). Parenting programs for maltreated infants lead to increased secure attachments. Research Watch Newsletter, Centre of Excellence in Child Welfare.

Ellenbogen, S. & Trocmé, N. (2007) Risk indicators in child maltreatment research. Briefing Notes: Volume 1, Centre for Research on Children & Families, Montreal, 6pp.

Derevensky, J., Gillespie, M., Ellenbogen, S., Messerlian, C., & Gupta, R. (2006). Adolescent Problem Gambling: Evaluating the Role of Outcome Expenctancies and Passsion. Report prepared for the Fonds de recherche en santé du Québec (FRSQ), Québec, 52 pp.

Derevensky, J., Lussier, I., Ellenbogen, S., Gupta,R., Wynne, H., & Messerlian, C. (2005). The Identification of Risk, Cultural and Protective Factors Associated with Youth Gambling Problems. (L’identification des variables culturelles et des facteurs de risque et de protection associés aux problèmes de jeu chez les jeunes). Report prepared for the Fonds de recherche en santé du Québec (FRSQ), Québec, 30 pp.

Ellenbogen, S. (1999, Dec. 31). Losing job causes grief. The Montreal Gazette, Careers & Education, 1.

Ellenbogen, S. (1999, Feb. 13). Tips for job hunters. The Montreal Gazette, Careers & Education, 1.

Ellenbogen, S. (1999, Feb. 6). The changing face of work. The Montreal Gazette, Careers & Education, 1.

Ellenbogen, S. (1998, Nov. 14). Passing the Job Interview. The Montreal Gazette, Careers & Education, 1.

Ellenbogen, S. (1998, Nov. 7). Creative job hunting. The Montreal Gazette, Careers & Education, 1.

Ellenbogen S. (1995). Safer Sex/Street Work Project: Report and Animation Guide. Head & Hands, Montreal, Quebec.

Selected non reviewed presentations

Ellenbogen, S. (2011, January) Evaluating a family-centered treatment program for youth aggression and interconnected problems. Lunchtime Presentation Series.

Ellenbogen, S. and Calame, R. (2009). Preventing violence by strengthening vulnerable families: Evaluation of a family-centred intervention for aggressive youth in child protection. paper presented at the Centre for Research on Children and Families (CRCF) Seminars: Montreal March 18.

Ellenbogen, S. and Calame, R. (2008). Victim or perpetrator? Aggressive youth in child protection. paper presented at the Centre for Research on Children and Families (CRCF) Seminars: Montreal November 19.

Ellenbogen, S., Trocmé, N., Wekerle, C. (2009). Revisiting the shame-rage explanation of violence. Poster presented at the Knowledge Exchange in Family Violence Research Stakeholder Researcher Meeting (funded by CIHR): Toronto, January 29.

Ellenbogen, S., Trocmé, N., & Wekerle, C. (2007). The self-generated violence outcome expectancies of maltreated adolescents. Paper presented at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research New Emerging Team "The effects of child maltreatment on adolescent and adult outcomes" Final Meeting: Toronto Nov 17.