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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Canadian Media’s Discourse on Older Workers: Reinforcing the Dichotomy of “Good” vs. “Bad” Old Age?

Public discourses partly shape individual and collective perceptions. Discourse analysis of Canadian print media of aging in the workplace suggest that such a discourse reinforces ageist attitudes.

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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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How Ageism Contributes to the Second-Level Digital Divide: The Case of Canadian Seniors

Senior's attitudes toward new technologies may be partly influenced by age based stereotypes. Results of the current quantitative study suggest a correlation between ageism and ICT attitudes among Canadian seniors.

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Published Online: November 10, 2015

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