Publications:
The Influence of Ingroup Contact and Collective Memory on the Social Identity of a Minority Group: The Case of Quebecers Living in a Predominantly English Speaking Country

This study investigates the role of collective memory, and ingroup contact, in the strength of attachment to one’s group (Quebecers as a minority group).

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Facilitators and Moderators of Psychological Disengagement among Older Workers: The Contribution of Group Status, Meaning of Work and Collective Self-Esteem

This study assesses how the meaning of work and collective self-esteem contribute to the adoption of psychological disengagement as well as how group status moderates its progression.

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A Meta-analysis of the Relationship Between Psychological Disengagement and Self-esteem: The Role of Domain and Group Status

A meta-analysis was conducted to further understand the association between psychological disengagement (more precisely the mechanisms of discounting and devaluing) and self-esteem, using domain and group status as moderators.

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Published online: June 30, 2015

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