Our research is part of a developmental approach to psychopathology. We focus in particular on the study of the processes underlying trajectories of the typical and atypical psychological development of the child and the adolescent, based on a prospective and longitudinal methodology. These works aim at a better apprehension of the psychological suffering, and specifically to identify the risk factors and conversion to the psychopathology, but also the protective factors supporting the resilience in the face of the adversity.
Self-Blame Mediates the Link between Childhood Neglect Experiences and Internalizing Symptoms in Low-Risk Adolescents.
Social cognition in individuals with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome and its link with psychopathology and social outcomes: a review.
Clinical Characteristics of Suicidal Youths and Adults: A One-Year Retrospective Study.
Cortical thickness of the insula and prefrontal cortex relates to externalizing behavior: Cross-sectional and prospective findings.
Faculté de psychologie et sciences de l’éducation
Université de Genève