Noémie Carbonneau
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Formation

Stage postdoctoral en psychologie sociale, Université McGill, Canada

Doctorat en psychologie, UQAM, Canada

Baccalauréat en psychologie, Université Laval, Canada

Champ d'intérêt / Domaine d'expertise
  • Psychologie sociale/de la santé
  • Comportements alimentaires (régulation du comportement alimentaire, alimentation intuitive, alimentation émotionnelle)
  • Relations interpersonnelles (relations amoureuses, soutien social)
  • Poursuite de buts (buts personnels et buts pour autrui)
  • Motivation et Théorie de l'audétermination (TAD)

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  • Social/Health Psychology
  • Eating Behaviours (Regulation of Eating Behaviour, Intuitive Eating, Emotional Eating)
  • Interpersonal Relationships (Romantic Relationships, Social Support)
  • Goal Pursuit (Personal Goals and Goals for Others)
  • Motivation and Self-Determination Theory (SDT)
Liste des cours enseignés
Sigle Titre
PLS1010 Psychologie sociale appliquée
PSY1010 Méthodes de recherche en psychologie II
PSY1022 Activité de recherche en psychologie I
PSY1023 Activité de recherche en psychologie II
PSY1024 Psychologie sociale II
PSY1025 Psychologie sociale appliquée
PSY1050 Psychologie positive : bonheur et santé optimale
Publications

Quelques articles récents :

- Gettens, K., Carbonneau, N., Koestner, R., Powers, T., & Gorin, A. (2018). The role of partner autonomy support in motivation, well-being, and weight loss among women with higher baseline BMI. Families, Systems, & Health, 36, 347-356.

- Rapaport, M., Carbonneau, N., St-Louis, A., Rochette, S., & Vallerand, R. J. (2018). More than shared love: Does sharing a passionate activity with a romantic partner strengthen the relationship?. International Journal of Applied Positive Psychology, 2, 61-78.

- Carbonneau, N., & Milyavskaya, M. (2017). Your goals or mine? Women’s personal and vicarious eating regulation goals and their partners’ perceptions of support, well-being, and relationship quality. Motivation and Emotion, 41, 465-477.

- Carbonneau, É., Carbonneau, N., Lamarche, B., Provencher, V., Bégin, C., Bradette-Laplante, M., Laramée, C., & Lemieux, S. (2016). Validation and cross-cultural adaptation of the Intuitive Eating Scale-2 for the French-Canadian adult populationAppetite, 105, 37-45.

- St-Louis, A., Carbonneau, N., & Vallerand, R. J. (2016). Passion for a cause: How it affects health and well-being. Journal of Personality, 84, 263-276.

Carbonneau, N., Vallerand, R. J., Lavigne, G., & Paquet, Y. (2016). “I’m not the same person since I met you”: The role of romantic passion in how people change when they get involved in a romantic relationship. Motivation and Emotion, 40, 101-117.

- Chua, S. N., Carbonneau, N., Milyavskaya, M., & Koestner, R. F. (2015). Beyond the self in self-control: The role of relational interdependent self-construal in goal pursuit. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 32, 330-343.

Carbonneau, N., Carbonneau, É., Cantin, M., & Gagnon-Girouard, M.-P. (2015). Examining women's perceptions of their mother's and romantic partner's interpersonal styles for a better understanding of their eating regulation and intuitive eatingAppetite, 92, 156-166.

Prix et distinctions
  • Nommée "Rising Star" 2018 par l'Association for Psychological Science (APS)