LÉPSIS team picture, 2019
Congratulations to Marie-Hélène Véronneau who received the prize of excellence in research « young researcher » from the Faculty of Human Sciences. From left to right, Josée Lafond (Dean, FSH), Marie-Hélène Véronneau and Jean-Philippe Waaub (Vice-Dean, FSH). The award was given november 27th.
Photo credit : David Ospina
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Alexandra Oliveira Paiva presenting « Buffering the impacts of low emotional competence : Friendship satisfaction and parental warmth as moderators of the connexion between adolescents’ peer difficulties and depressive symptoms » at the annual meeting Development 2018.
Florence Tsakpinoglou and Marie-Hélène Véronneau next to Florence’s poster called « Rule-breaking and affective disorders in adolescents : The moderating effect of gender » at the annual meeting Development 2018.
The members of the Emotional competence team, affiliated with Concordia University and UQAM at the annual meeting Development 2018.
Olivier Gaudet presenting his poster at the annual meeting of Société Québécoise pour le Recherche en Psychologie in Québec, 2018.
Olivier and Marie-Hélène next to Olivier’s poster at the annual meeting of Société Québécoise pour le Recherche en Psychologie (SQRP) in Québec, 2018.
Never too early to go in scientific congresses…
Last day of Marie-Hélène as a president of the Early Career Prevention Network, associated with the annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research, 2017.
Sarah Lindstrom Johnson (left), Jessica Cance (center), Marie-Hélène Véronneau (right)
Marie-Hélène Véronneau and Olivier Gaudet at the annual meeting of the Société Québécoise pour la Recherche en Psychologie, 2017.
Alexandra Oliveira Paiva at the annual meeting of the Société Québécoise pour la Recherche en Psychologie, 2017. She is presenting her poster « Les parents et les amis protègent-ils les adolescents à risque contre la dépression? »
Marie-Claire Vaillancourt and Olivier Gaudet after their oral presentation at the annual meeting of the Société Québécoise pour le Recherche en Psychologie, 2016. Their presentation is called « L’appartenance à une clique ou à une dyade amicale en tant que variables protectrices des répercussions des résultats scolaires sur l’estime de soi des adolescents ».
Marie-Claire Vaillancourt and Rhea Marshall-Denton at the annual meeting of Society for Prevention Research in Washington (DC), 2015. They are presenting their poster « Best friends’ drinking behavior in middle school: Moderator of the influence of peer group norms on young adolescent substance use ».
Marie-Claire Vaillancourt at the annual meeting of Society for Prevention Research in Washington (DC), 2015. She is presenting her poster « Friends’ deviancy and academic adjustments: Predictors and consequences on early adolescents’ academic adjustment and behavior ».
Sophie-Caroline Tempe and Vanessa Blanchette-Luong at the annual meeting of Society for Prevention Research in Washington (DC), 2015. They are presenting their poster « The influence of deviant friends on adolescent behavior: Testing the role of parental control ».