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Axe(s) of research

The Health and Development Psychology Research Team works on the development of studies which explore the psychological processes involved in life-crisis situations causing psychological and psycho-sociological vulnerability and fragility in both individuals and/or groups.

The impact of the subject's health on his/her psyche as well as the influence of the subject's personality and individual psychological conditions of life on his/her ability to mobilise his/her capacity of psychological reasoning and development are at the heart of the Psychology of Health and Development Laboratory's research programme.

Research is concentrated mainly on psychological and socio-psychological factors liable to affect the subject's health and conditions which affect his/her health. These factors can be related to ageing, handicap, psychopathologies (especially in the case of depression with suicidal tendencies), to social difficulties (illiteracy etc.), as well as inter cultural issues.

The Health and Development Psychology Research Team formulates and combines  various epistemological disciplines such as psychodynamics, social psychology, systematic or psycho/socio-cognitive tools, depending on the case objectives and operational circumstances, with a view of developing knowledge in the domain of  community health.

Research work is conducted jointly with numerous partners, regional hospitals, health-care teams, social workers as well as associate networks linking the organisation to the world of health and/or security. Furthermore, the Laboratory is part of a large national network of prominent health bodies (CNAM, CRAM-Rhône-Alpes...), the rehabilitation organisation (CREAI...), and those of social designation (National Agency for Literacy). The Laboratory also participates in the international university network for psychological research (Canadian Age Institute, Canadian Population Health Institute, the REMI Inter-culture network, University of Lisbon, University of Athens etc.), with which it organises, or participates in, several annual congresses. 


The concept of Development is applied to the general issue of health and more particularly to problems of risks arising from ageing, handicap, education or inter-culture, whereby the subject's position in relation to these risks, as well as the ways he/she reacts to them, is determined depending on his/her development and conditions.
The main axes of different groups' research are based on the following :


1. Psychological aspects of health and risks (managed by Prof. Jean-Louis Terra).

The main subject areas being:
  • the relationship between vulnerability during infancy and adult life and the risk of suicide. Researchers concentrate on the development of life, psychopathology and development of care aimed at providing support in prevention.
  • the follow-up of persons burdened by suicide and conditions in which their psychological health is being maintained (the studied population consists of aged persons and those kept in custody or psychiatric care).

2. Health and ageing psychology (managed by Prof. Jacques Gaucher and Prof. Louis Ploton)

  • the psychological processes in successful ageing (Prof. J. Gaucher).  Research work is concentrated on resilience in the aged: retrospective analysis of life events, recalling one's life and the recording of memories (Prof. J-M Besse).
  • psychological and psycho-social conditions of institutional and family support of dependent aged subjects (Prof. J. Gaucher & Prof. G. Ribes).development of psycho-dynamic hypotheses on Alzheimer's disease and associated problems (Prof. L/ Ploton)
  • non-verbal communication with the demented: research based on video recordings of clinical interviews with Alzheimer patients and evaluation of the life quality of the subjects: contribution to the work of the INSERM network Dementia and Quality of Life (Prof. L Ploton). 

3. Perception, cognition & handicap (PCH) (managed by Prof. Serge Portalier)
  • health: DMLA cognitive-behaviour study and quality of life in conjunction with the team studying the aged (Prof. J. Gaucher) and INSERM U. 371 with the *Ecole pratique des hautes études (Prof. F. Vital-Durand).
  • education: the Leonardo Programme Distance and life training for the deaf with the University of Loanina (Greece, Prof. Lambros Stavrou).
  • development: The Rhône-Alpes Resource Research Centre for the visually impaired in partnership with the illiteracy team (J. M. Besse, Illettrisme et déficience visuelle).

4. Education and prevention for the vulnerable (PsyEF) (managed by Prof. Jean-Marie Besse)
Health and development psychology deals with the following issues of illiteracy, characteristic for vulnerable members of society:
  • construction and approval of evaluation tools for illiteracy used in the national illiteracy evaluation effort [study of information and everyday life (IVQ) by the INSEE, the INSEE management group, the INED, Ministry of National Education (DPD), National Agency for Literacy (ANLCI)].
  • methodological coordination of IVQ research.
  • research amongst youth perceived to be in great difficulty as part of the Defence Preparation Awareness Day of action (JAPD).

5. Psychology and inter-culture (managed by Prof. Mohamed Lahlou)
The work of this team is concentrated on subject areas pertaining to identity disorders, family memories, inter-generational transfer, implicit discrimination and social psychopathy. Scientific agreements have been concluded with research teams of the University of Geneva (Prof. C. Bolzman), Warsaw (Prof. P. Boski), Lund (Prof. R. Sagés), Algiers (Prof. M. Boucenna) and Sherbrooke (Prof. M. Vatz Laaroussi) founding the REMI network.


le professeur TERRA de dos - photo prise au Vinatier

Publications

  • Acioly-Regnier N.M., "Compétences mathématiques et identité sexuelle : exemples de situations scolaires et extra scolaires de représentations des mathématiques" in Houel et Mosconi (org.). Bulletin de L'ANEF, numéro spécial, 2001
  • Anaut M., La résilience : surmonter les traumatismes, Collection 128 Psychologie, ss dir. Pedinielli J.L., (éd.) Nathan Universités, Paris, 2003
  • Anaut M., "Vulnérabilité et résilience dans le placement des enfants : approche de la répétition transgénérationnelle". Revue Internationale du Réseau de Prévention de l'Abus et de la Négligence de l'Enfant, n° 11,Timisoara (Roumanie), Paris, septembre 2002
  • Besse J.M., Gargiulio S., Ricci A., "Phonologie, phonographie et morphographie à l'épreuve de la production écrite", in (éd.) Brissaud C. et Jaffré J.P., Regards nouveaux sur la lecture et l'écriture, Rev. franç. de linguistique appliquée, 2003, VIIII
  • Besse J.M., Petiot-Poirson K., Petit-Charles E., Qui est illettré ? Paris, Retz, 2003 (sous presse).
  • Besse J.M., Petiot K., Petit Charles E., "Lecture(s) productions écrites et isolement : le rapport à l'écrit de personnes "illettrées" au début de leur incarcération", in (éd.) Dabène M., Pratiques de lecture et cheminements du sens, Cahiers du français contemporain, Lyon, ENS Editions, novembre 2001
  • Gaucher J., Ribes G., Ploton L., "Les vulnérabilisations en miroir professionnels/familles dans l'accompagnement des personnes âgées", Les Cahiers Critiques de Thérapie Familiale et Pratiques de Réseaux, Bruxelles P., 2004
  • Gaucher J., "La maladie, le handicap ou la régression...Quelle vieillesse - La question éthique dans le soin et l'intervention gérontologiques", Gérontologie et Société, n° 101, juin 2002
  • Lahlou M., Histoires familiales, identité et citoyenneté, Lyon, L'Interdisciplinaire, 2002
  • Lahlou M.,Transmission et création, Lyon, l'Interdisciplinaire
  • Ploton L., Gaucher J., Ribes G., Talpin J.M., Joubert C., Blanchard F., "La pathologie hystérique", Neurologie-Psychiatrie-Gériatrie, novembre-décembre 2003
  • Milliery M., Aupetit J., "L'identification des visages : Efficacité d'une technique de recontextualisation mentale sur la reconnaissance", Revue Francophone de Clinique Comportementale et Cognitive, vol. V, n° 3, 2000
  • Ploton L., "La question de l'articulation neuro-psychique illustrée par le débat sur la psychogénèse de la maladie d'Alzheimer ", Gérontologie et Société,n°97, 2001
  • Portalier S., "Réorganisation neuro-sensorielle : vicariance et/ou transfert intermodal. Etude sur le sujet pathologique : dans le cas de l'héminégligence et dans celui de la déficience visuelle" in Daniel Mellier et Jean Caston, Récupération post-lésionnelle d'activités cognitives, approches structurales et fonctionnelles, from : www.arobase.to/v5/portalier.pdf, 2001
  • Portalier S., "Développement de la personne déficiente visuelle, Déficits visuels, dépistage et prise en charge chez le jeune enfant", in Expertise collective, INSERM, 2002
  • Ribes G., "Sexualité et vieillissement", Dictionnaire de la sexualité (à paraître), (éd.) L'Harmatan, printemps 2004
  • Richard F., Vaz-Cerniglia C., Portalier S., "Evolution des procédures d'exploration haptique chez des sujets voyants, aveugles tardifs et aveugles précoces". (Revue Européenne de Psychologie Appliquée, Nancy 2, 2003
  • Terra J.L., Prévention du suicide des personnes détenues, évaluation des actions mises en place et propositions pour développer un programme complet de prévention, Rapport de mission remis au Garde des Sceaux, Ministre de la Justice et au Ministre de la Santé, de la Famille et des Personnes Handicapées, décembre 2003
  • Terra J.L., "La problématique de la mesure du risque dans les établissements de santé" in Autour de la mesure du risque, un questionnement multidisciplinaire, Actes de la troisième séance du séminaire. Le risque de défaillance et son contrôle par les individus et les organisations dans les activités à hauts risques, Publications de la MSH, 6 Alpes, 2003
  • Vaz-Cerniglia C., Anaut M., Portalier S., "Spécificité de l'organisation de la figure de Rey chez des enfants TDA", Bulletin de Psychologie, Paris, Sorbonne, 2003

Partnership

  • University of Ottawa (Canada)
  • Universities of Montreal (Mc Gill, UDM, UQAM)
  • Laval University (Quebec)
  • Heidelberg University (Germany)
  • University of Coïmbra (Portugal)
  • University of Porto (Portugal)
  • University of Lisbon (Portugal)
  • University of Dublin (Eyre)
  • University of Lund (Sweden)
  • Hospices Civils' of Lyon (HCL)
  • AGIRA-APICIL Group
  • National Sickness Insurance fund (CNAM)
  • Regional Sickness Insurance fund (CRAM-RA)
  • CREAI
  • French Geriatric and Gerontology Society (SFGG)
  • National Agency for Literacy (ANLCI)
  • Mediterranean Inter-cultural Research Network (REMI)

[en]ORGANISATION

  • 15 lecturers/researchers
  • 10 researchers
  • 1 iresearch engineer
  • 44 PhD students
  • 2 ATER's (Temporary Teaching and Research Posts)
  • 1 engineering, technical and administrative staff

Statutory members
Acioly-Regnier Nadja - Anaut Marie - Aupetit Jacques - Besse Jean-Marie - Bruni Hervé - Chevret-Measson Marie - Clavel-Inzirillo Béatrice - Gaucher Jacques - Ginet Dominique - Gonthier Régis - Laxer Gloria - Lahlou Mohamed - Ploton Louis - Portalier Serge - Ribes Gérard - Terra Jean-Louis
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[en]Infos pratiques

[en]Coordonnées

  • 5, avenue Pierre Mendès France
    69676 Bron cedex
  • [en]Téléphone : +33 (0)4 78 77 44 58
  • Internet : http://www.lab-psd.net

    2nd address
    Service du Pr Jean-Louis Terra
    Hôpital du Vinatier
    95 bd Pinel
    F 69500 Bron

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