Undergraduate students

Honor students

GUILLAUME GAGNÉ-LEGAULT

Education

  • 2017 –  …    : Bachelor Degree in Psychology, Université du Québec à  Montréal

Research Interests

My interests revolve around suicide prevention and mood disorders in adolescents. I’m also interested in mental health self-management and the factors influencing academic success in this population. The Honors thesis I’m going to write this autumn under the direction of Marie-Hélène Véronneau and her PHD student Catherine Cimon-Paquet is going to be explore the links between parental monitoring and school adjustment in adolescents of the secondary level. Outside the LEPSIS, I work in centers for homeless people and for those with psychiatric disorders. I also volunteer at Suicide Action Montreal since 2018.

Observation internship students

The Observation Workshop in Psychology in Education (PSM4606) is a three-credit internship open to students in the bachelor of Psychology program at UQAM, normally taking place over the fall and winter semesters. During this internship, students participate in the activities of a research laboratory. These activities include lectures, data collection, laboratory meetings, informal meetings with doctoral students, participation in conferences, etc. The internship also includes a number of other activities. These activities vary depending on the laboratory selected by the trainee. Students can register for this internship upon successful completion of the pre-requisite course Sensiblilisations aux pratiques de la psychologie (PSM4300).

MÉLANIE CORTEZ

Academic Background

  • 2019 – … : Bachelor Degree in Psychology, Université du Québec à Montréal
  • 2004 – 2006 : Certificate in Human Ressources Management, Université du Québec à Montréal
  •  2001 – 2002 : Certificate in Management of Documents and Archives, Université du Québec à Montréal
  • 1998 – 2000 : Bachelor Degree in Art History, Université du Québec à Montréal

Research Interests

My research interests are mainly oriented towards the factors which enable young people to achieve overall well-being. Whether these factors are social, environmental or linked to family, school or other, I wish to contribute to the development of knowledge in order to enable children, adolescents and young adults to be able to face adversities with as much support and resources as possible.

JULIA NOUVEL

Research Interests

My research interests remain in the field of Child’s psychology. I want to study the role which emotions play in the social and cognitive development of children. Also, I would like to study the effects of interactions, of any kind, between high potential children and others. The main objective of this would be to make integration easier for children with high potential in environments that are not well adapted for them.

LAURENCE KOSLOSKY

Research Interests

To come.