Publications scientifiques

 

Publications dans des revues à comité de lecture :

  • Gravier B, Lustenberger Y (2005). Assessment of the risk of violent behaviours: State of the discipline. Annales Medico-Psychologiques, 163(8), 668-680.

  • Lustenberger Y, Fenton B, Rothen S, Vandeleur C, Gamma F, Matthey ML, Chouchena O, Ferrero F, Preisig M (2009). Spouse Similarity for Perception of Received Parenting in a Non-Clinical Sample. Swiss Journal of Psychology.

  • Rougemont-Buecking A, Rothen S, Jeanprêtre N, Lustenberger Y, Vandeleur CL, Ferrero F, Preisig M (2008) Inter-informant agreement on diagnoses and prevalence estimates of anxiety disorders: direct interview versus family history method. Psychiatry Research, 157, 211-223

  • Rothen S, Vandeleur CL, Lustenberger Y, Jeanprêtre N, Ayer E, Sisbane F, Fornerod D, Chouchena O, Gamma F, Halfon O , Ferrero F, Preisig M (2008) Validation of the French version of the EPQ-Junior, Personality and Individual Differences, 44, 464-474

  • Vandeleur C L, Rothen S, Jeanprêtre N, Lustenberger Y, Gamma F, Ayer E, Ferrero F, Fleischmann A, Besson J, Sisbane F, Preisig M (2008) Inter-Informant Agreement and Prevalence Estimates for Substance Use Disorders: Direct Interview versus Family History Method. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. Drug Alcohol Depend, 92(1-3):9-19

  • Hegi P, Vandeleur C L, Ayer E, Chouchena O, Jeanprêtre N, Lustenberger Y, Rothen S, Sisbane F, Ferrero F, Preisig M (submitted for publication). The inter-generational transmission of personality traits in families with young adolescents. Personality and individual differences

  • Rothen S, Vandeleur C L, Lustenberger Y, Ayer E, Ferrero F, Preisig M (2009) Inter-informant agreement and prevalence estimates of childhood diagnoses: Direct interview versus family history method. Int J Methods Psychiatry Res, 18(2), 96-109

  • Vandeleur C L, Rothen S, Lustenberger Y, Ayer E, Ferrero F, Preisig M (2015) Inter-informant agreement and prevalence estimates for mood syndromes: direct interview vs. family history method. Affect Disord, 171, 120-7

Autres publications :

  • Lustenberger Y, Gasser J, Gravier B (2005). Propositions pour l’amélioration de la prise en charge des situations de violence. Etude de faisabilité : rapport final. Service de Médecine et Psychiatrie Pénitentiaires, Département de Psychiatrie / Hospices – CHUV, Lausanne.

Présentations orales lors de congrès internationaux :

  • 11e Symposium de l’AEP, Section Epidémiologie et Psychiatrie Sociale, Aarhus, DK :
    Lustenberger Y, Rothen S, Ferrero F, Preisig M (2002). Is poor parenting an independent risk factor for child psychopathology in the offspring of bipolars ? (Acta Psy Scand, Vol 105, i. s411, p. 29).

  • 12e Symposium de l’AEP, Section Epidémiologie et Psychiatrie Sociale, Mannheim, DE :
    Lustenberger Y, Rothen S, Ferrero F, Preisig M (2004). Depression and anxiety in offspring of bipolars and depressives: inverse effects of received parenting (Acta Psy Scand, Vol 110, i. s421, p. 37)

  • 13e Congrès de l’AEP, Munich, DE:
    Lustenberger Y, Rothen S, Ferrero F, Preisig M (2005). Parental bonding attitudes of bipolar, depressive, and substance dependent subjects as assessed by parent and offspring.

  • 3e Conférence biennale de l’ International Society for Affective Disorders, Lisbonne, PT :
    Lustenberger Y, Rothen S, Ferrero F, Preisig M (2006). Parental bonding attitudes of bipolars and unipolar depressives as assessed by parent and offspring: influence of present mood state.

  • 13e Symposium de l’AEP, Section Epidémiologie et Psychiatrie Sociale, Bordeaux, FR : Lustenberger Y, Rothen S, Ferrero F, Preisig M (2006). Hospitalization, suicidal attempts, psychotic symptoms and global functioning in unipolar depressives and bipolars: effect on parenting attitude.

Posters présentés lors de congrès internationaux :

  • 5e Conférence de l’ IAFMHS (International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services), Melbourne, AU:Gravier B, Lustenberger Y (2005). Violence in the community: a public mental health program aimed at improving the management of violent behaviors by first-line, non-psychiatric professionals.