Two LEPSIS Graduate Students Stood for Prevention Research Annual Conference

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Society for Prevention Research Conference

Two LEPSIS Graduate Students Stood for Prevention Research Annual Conference

During the annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research in San Francisco which occurred from May 31st 2016 to June 3rd 2016, two graduate students stood out among the participants of the Student Poster Contest organized by the Early Career Preventionist Network (ECPN).

Marie-Claire Vaillancourt (at the right end of the photo) was one of the three winners of the Poster Contest for her poster titled ” The Influence of the Perceived School Climate on Adolescents’ Academic Achievement: Testing the Mediating Role of Intrinsic School Motivation “. Vanessa Blanchette-Luong, Marie-Hélène Véronneau and Cécile Mathys also collaborated on this project.

Rhea Marshall-Denton (at the left end of the photo) was awarded with an honorable mention at the Poster Contest for her poster entitled ” Parental Monitoring and Young Adolescent Susceptibility to Peer Group Social Norms “. Rhea worked with Marie-Pier Dupré, Marie-Hélène Véronneau and Thomas J. Dishion to develop this project.