Armand Chatard

Professeur de Psychologie Sociale, Université de Poitiers
CeRCA/MSHS
Bat A5 – 5, rue Théodore Lefebvre
TSA 21103
F-86073 Poitiers cedex 9
Courriel : armand.chatard@univ-poitiers.fr

 

 


Équipe de recherche :

SoCog : Cognition Sociale

Thématiques de recherches :

  • Cognition sociale (comparaison sociale, stéréotypes et préjugés)
  • Cognition implicite (associations implicites et biais automatiques)
  • Applications cliniques (suicide et addiction)

Responsabilités administratives :

  • Responsable de l’équipe Cognition Sociale (SoCog) du CeRCA
  • Co-responsable des relations internationales du CeRCA
  • Président de la commission d’expertise scientifique section 16

Collaborations (internationales) :

  • Tom Pyszczynski (USA: University of Colorado)
  • Xavier Noël (Belgique: Université Libre de Bruxelles)
  • Joël Billieux (Suisse: Université de Lausanne)

Publications récentes (* étudiants en thèse)

Tello, N.,* Harika-Germaneau, G.,* Serra, W., Jaafari, N., & Chatard, A. (2019). Forecasting a fatal decision: Direct replication of the predictive validity of the suicide-implicit association test. Psychological Science.

 Landrault, H.,* Jaafari, N. Amine, M., Malka, G., Selimbegovic, L. & Chatard, A. (2019). Suicidal ideation in elite schools: A test of the interpersonal theory and the escape theory of suicide. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior.

 Schuhl, J.,* Lambert, E., & Chatard, A. (2019). Can imagination reduce prejudice over time? A preregistered test of the imagined contact hypothesis. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 41, 122-131.

Harika-Germaneau, G.,* Rachid, F., Chatard, A., Lafay-Chebassier, C., Solinas, M., Thirioux, B., & Jaafari, N. (2019). Continuous theta burst stimulation over the supplementary motor area in refractory obsessive-compulsive disorder treatment: A randomized sham-controlled trial. Brain stimulation.

Serra, W., Chatard, A., Tello, N.,* Harika-Germaneau, G.,* Noël, X., & Jaafari, N. (2019). Mummy, daddy, and addiction: Implicit insecure attachment is associated with substance use in college students. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology.

Lannoy, S., Chatard, A., Selimbegovic, L., Tello, N.,* Van der Linden, M., Heeren, A., Billieux, J. (2019). Too good to be cautious: High implicit self-esteem predicts self-reported dangerous mobile phone use. Computers in Human Behavior.

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