Presentation at the European Society for Prevention Research (EUSRP) Conference
The LEPSIS lab presented results from the study “L’univers social des adolescents: Le rôle des pairs, des parents et des enseignants durant les études secondaires” [The social universe of adolescents: the role of peers, parents and teachers during high school] which was conducted in two French Canadian high schools from the region of Montreal. These results were presented at the European Society for Prevention Research (EUSPR) conference held in Berlin, Germany from October 31st 2016 to November 2nd 2016.
Marie-Hélène Véronneau, LEPSIS director, participated, as a panelist, at the preconference of the Early Career Forum of the EUSPR on October 27th 2016.
Increase in Demand for Psychological Services from University Students
Marie-Hélène Véronneau gave an interview for the following article. She has spoken on the rising demand of mental health services from university students.
Blog Post (EUSPR)
Marie-Hélène Véronneau (LEPSIS director) recently published a post on the blog hosted by the European Society for Prevention Research
(EUSPR) Early Career Forum. You can read her post here:
Society for Prevention Research
From May 31st to June 4th, LEPSIS members will participate to the annual meeting of the Society of Prevention Research in San Francisco (CA). They will present their research related to prevention issues.
Société québécoise pour la recherche en psychologie
LEPSIS members will present their recent research at the annual meeting of the Société Québécoise de la Recherche en Psychologie (SQRP) at the Hotel Delta inTrois-Rivières on April 1st to 3rd 2016
Members of our laboratory will participate in the symposium of the «Gestion du stress et adaptation à divers stades du développement humain : Nouvelles découvertes dans le domaine de la compétence émotionnelle, Marie-Hélène Véronneau (UQAM)» on Sunday, April 3rd, at the room Chenaux.
One member of EPSIL will participate at the poster session – Clinical axis on Saturday, April 2nd, from 4pm to 5:30pm.