“Self-Awareness and Escape-thought accessibility”.
I am interested in self-awareness and its negative consequences, such as the increase in escape concept accessibility following exposure to self-related cues. I am currently investigating the cognitive and emotional mechanisms involved in this link between self-awareness and escape-related thoughts.
Leila Selimbegović(Assistant Professor, University of Poitiers)
Monéger, J., Chatard, A., Selimbegović, L. (in prep.). Guilt, Shame, and the Aversive Self: Evidence that First Name Priming Increases Failure- and Escape-Thought Accessibility.
Monéger, J., Chatard, A., Selimbegović, L. (2019). Despicable Me: Self-Awareness and Motivation to Escape From the Self. Talk at the 21st European Social Cognition Network (ESCON), Bordeaux (France), Septembre 2019.
Monéger, J., Chatard, A., Selimbegović, L. (2019). Moi, Moche et Méchant: Quand la Conscience de Soi Pousse à la Fuite. Poster présenté aux 15èmes journées du Groupe de Réflexions en Psychopathologie Cognitive (GREPACO), Reims (France), Juin 2019.