Good news for the LEPSIS – Funding awarded

Good news !!

Three members of the LEPSIS lab received a research scholarship.

More precisely, Florence Tsakpinoglou obtained a research grant at the Masters level from the Human Science Research Council as well as from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC) for her project entitled “Comprendre la compétence émotionnelle pour promouvoir la réussite des élèves en formation professionnelle”.

Olivier Gaudet was awarded a doctoral research scholarship from the FRQSC for his project entitled “L’effet de la centralité dans la clique et de l’appartenance à une clique populaire sur l’estime de soi des jeunes adolescents”.

Rhéa Marshall-Denton received a doctoral research scholarship from the FRQSC for her project entitled “Perceived Peer Group Social Norms as Underlying Mechanisms of Friend and Parental Influence on Youth Psychosocial Adjustment”.

Furthermore, the Research Team Support Program of the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture renewed a grant awarded to the Emotional Competence Research Team entitled “Compétence émotionnelle et transition réussie à l’âge adulte : une approche développementale”. Dale Stack is the coordinator of this team, which also includes Lisa Serbin, Holly Recchia, Erin Barker and Marie-Hélène Véronneau. This grant is awarded for a period of four years.