Psychology Laboratory: Relational Dynamics and Identity Processes - COMUE Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté

Psychology Laboratory: Relational Dynamics and Identity Processes

The Psy-DREPI focuses on the relationships between the individual and the physical and social environment. Quality of life but also violence and aggression. Psy-DREPI analyzes the adaptation and resilience processes implemented by the individual, to performance, vulnerabilities, stress, trauma, depression, self-esteem, identity and self-disability strategies. Its fields of application are sport, health and work.
The research of the laboratory is structured around 1 transversal axis and 3 thematic areas.

Transversal axis ‘Quality of life, prevention & support, adaptation processes & performance’. The processes at play in the prevention and support of individuals and groups are more specifically studied in relation to situations involving quality of life, violence and aggression (in work, sport, health, migration and in all areas of social life).

Thematic area 1: Relationships between the individual and the environment, vulnerabilities, traumas, resilience, psychopathology, analysis of individual and social regulation processes: vulnerability, stress, depression, management of uncertainty, attachment, self-esteem, feeling of recognition, motivation, self-disability empowerment strategies, quality of life, well-being, recovery strategies, emotional intelligence, emotional regulation.

Thematic area 2: Attitudes and social representations in health behaviors – Representations and narratives of the disease in the health care pathways – prevention and accompaniment – Therapeutic processes and changes – Vulnerabilities, traumas, resilience, psychopathology, attitudes, representations, health behaviors, pre-suasion, decision making, risk perception, stress, depression, anxiety, emotions.

Thematic area 3: Social relations: inter-group & inter-individual, identity processes, stereotypes and discrimination, leadership, sharing of emotions, stereotypes, social comparison, gender projection, Backlash effect.