Academic Journals

LaMarre, A. & Rice, C. (2017). Hashtag Recovery: #Eating Disorder Recovery on Instagram. Social Sciences, 6(3), 68.

LaMarre, A., Rice, C. & Jankowski, G. (2017). Eating disorder prevention as biopedagogy. Fat Studies

de Vos, J.A., LaMarre, A., Radstaak, M., Bijkerk, C.A., Bohlmeijer, E.T. & Westerhof, G.J. (In press). Identifying Fundamental Criteria for Eating Disorder Recovery: A Systematic Review and Qualitative Meta-Analysis. Journal of Eating Disorders.

Sutherland, O., LaMarre, A. & Rice, C. (2017). The primacy of discourse in the study of gender in family therapy. Family Process. Online early view. DOI: 10.1111/famp.12294

Sutherland, O., LaMarre, A., Rice, C., Hardt, L. & LeCouteur, A. (2017). New sexism in couple therapy: A discursive analysis. Family Process. Online early view. DOI: 10.1111/famp.12292

Pileggi, V., Holliday, J., de Santis, C., LaMarre, A., Jeffrey, N., Tetro, M. & Rice, C. (2017). Becoming scholars in an interdisciplinary, feminist learning context. The Feminist Teacher, 26(1).

Sutherland, O., LaMarre, A., Rice, C., Jeffrey, N. & Hardt, L. (2016). Gendered Patterns of Interaction: A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis of Couple Therapy. Contemporary Family Therapy, 38(4), 385–399.

Rinaldi, J., Rice, C., LaMarre, A., Pendleton Jiménez, K., Harrison, E., Friedman, M., McPhail, D. & Tidgwell, T. (2016). Through Thick and Thin: Storying queer women’s experiences of idealized body images and expected body management practices. Psychology of Sexualities Review, 7(2), 63-77.

Sutherland, O.A., Couture, S., Gaete Silva, J., Strong, T., LaMarre, A. & Hardt, L. (2016). Social justice oriented diagnostic discussions: A discursive perspective. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy.

LaMarre, A., Bishop-Williams, K., Racey, M., Day, L. & Meeks, T. (2016). Designing a culture of co-learning: Mobilizing knowledge about KMb amongst graduate students. Scholarly Research and Communication, 7(1), 1-15. 

LaMarre, A. & Rice, C. (2016). Embodying critical and corporeal methodology: Digital storytelling with young women in eating disorder recovery. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 17(2), Art. 7

LaMarre, A., Robson, J. & Dawczyk, A. (2015). Mothers' use of blogs while engaged in family based treatment for a child's eating disorder. Families, Systems & Health, 33(4), 390-4.

LaMarre, A. & Rice, C. (2015). Normal eating is counter-cultural: Embodied experiences of eating disorder recovery. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. DOI: 10.1002/casp.2240

LaMarre, A. & Sutherland, O. (2014). Expert opinion? A micro-analysis of eating disorder talk on Dr. Phil. The Qualitative Report, 19(86), 1-20. http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR19/lamarre86.pdf

LaMarre, A., Bergen, A. & Devereaux, R. (2012). Youth harm reduction programs in Ontario: Report and expansion report. CES4Health.info, 2013.

LaMarre, A. & Hunter, L. (2012). The use of community engaged learning in the teaching of the sociology of deviance. Teaching and Learning Innovations Journal, 15, 1-23.

Book Chapters

Gazzola, N., LaMarre, A. & Sutherland, O. (In press). Social justice and advocacy: Critical issues in counsellor education. In Paré, D. & Audet, C. Social justice in counselling. Routledge.

Rinaldi, J., LaMarre, A. & Rice, C. (2016). Recovering bodies: The production of the recoverable subject in eating disorder treatment regimes. (pp. 157-170). In Coffey, J., Budgeon, S. & Cahill, H. Learning bodies: The body in youth and childhood studies. Singapore: Springer Press.

LaMarre, A., Rice, C., & Bear, M. (2015). Unrecoverable? Prescriptions and possibilities for eating disorder recovery. (Pp. 145-160) In Khanlou, N. & Pilkington, B. Women's mental health: International perspectives on resistance and resilience in community and society. Toronto: Springer Press.