La douance à l’âge adulte : perspectives issues de la psychologie positive

par Catherine Cimon-Paquet

Si vous êtes intéressé.e par la douance durant l’enfance: vous pouvez télécharger une liste de ressources pertinentes en cliquant ICI.

Le 15 avril 2021, j’ai fait un webinaire nommé « La douance à l’âge adulte : perspectives issues de la psychologie positive » avec la psychologue Marine Miglianico (Clinique de Psychologie Positive de Montréal). L’enregistrement est disponible pour les membres de l’Association canadienne de psychologie positive.

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Voici les références de la présentation organisée par les ambassadeurs étudiants de l’Association canadienne de psychologie positive :

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van Casteren, P. A., Meerman, J., Brouwers, E. P., van Dam, A., & van der Klink, J. J. (2021). How can wellbeing at work and sustainable employability of gifted workers be enhanced? A qualitative study from a capability approach perspective. BMC Public Health, 21(1), 1-10.

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