Collaborators

EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE RESEARCH TEAM

The Emotional Competence research team is funded by the Québec research found- Society and culture. It is comprised of five researchers from the fields of psychology and education: Dale Stack (coordinator), Lisa Serbin , Holly Recchia and Erin T. Barker, from Concordia University, and Marie-Hélène Véronneau from UQAM (LÉPSIS director). The team also includes students, postdoctoral fellows and research staff from their respective laboratories. Team members collaborate in the development of several research projects supported by major funding agencies, in publishing of their studies on emotional competence, in the mobilization of knowledge, and in the training of students at all academic levels.

Members :

Dale Stack (coordonnator), Concordia University

Lisa Serbin, Concordia University

Holly Recchia, Concordia University

Erin Barker, Concordia University

Marie-Hélène Véronneau, Université du Québec à Montréal

THOMAS J. DISHION

Professor Dishion, who has been a precious collaborator for several LÉPSIS members, has sadly passed away.

Professor at the Arizona State University, United States

Research Interests

  • Children, adolescents, young adults
  • Family, friends and romantic relationship dynamics underlying psychopathology and competence development
  • Longitudinal data
CÉCILE MATHYS

Professor at the Université de Liège, Belgique

Research Interests

  • Clinical and developmental Psychology
  • Adolescence
  • Peer and relationships influence
  • Group climate
  • Youth crime
  • Iatrogenic effects
ISABELLE PLANTE

Professor and researcher, Université du Québec à Montéal

Research Interests

  • Performance anxiety
  • Classroom management
  • Pedagogic intervention
  • Motivation at school
  • Academic achievement
  • Gender stereotype in school
  • Behavioral disorders in class
ANNIE DUBEAU

Professor and researcher, Université du Québec à Montéal

Research Interests

  • Vocational choice
  • Vocational training
  • Academic motivation
  • Vision of the future
  • Success in college
  • Success in high school