Nicole Robitaille

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The authors examine the validity of data from the Canadian census for estimating international emigration, with particular reference to estimates by language group. Using the method of residual estimation on official Canadian data, they calculate a negative estimate of -35,848 Anglophones emigrating from Quebec over the period 1971-1976. They conclude(More)
"During the 1981-1986 period, the balance between demographic phenomena was such that the proportion of francophones in the population tended to increase in Quebec. In this article, we project the 1981-1986 situation and other scenarios to see the impact of increasing immigration on the proportion of francophones in Quebec. The results suggest that there(More)
How do individuals perceive paying for goods? Recent behavioral economic theories of purchases suggest a hedonic process underlying the act of paying—that is, that individuals experience a displeasure of paying. We investigated this idea in three incentive-compatible experiments. First, we conducted a brain imaging study, which suggested that there exists a(More)
Peri-implant diseases (peri-implantitis and peri-implant mucositis) are bacterially driven infections. Peri-implantitis leads to aggressive bone resorption and eventual loss of the implant. Traditionally, peri-implantitis was regarded as microbially similar to periodontitis, and translocation of periodontal pathogens into the peri-implant crevice was(More)
"After presenting the various concepts defining the native peoples (registered and non registered Indians, Metis, Inuit), the authors examine the geographical distribution of the native populations in 1981, and their growth since 1901. The evolution of the age structure is also considered, and compared to the one observed for the Canadian population as a(More)
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