Bosselut Grégoire

Bosselut Grégoire
Université de Montpellier | UM1 · Faculté des Sciences du Sport (STAPS)

PhD

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September 2012 - August 2015
University of Tours
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
September 2011 - August 2012
University Joseph Fourier - Grenoble 1
Position
  • PostDoc Position
August 2007 - July 2010
Laurentian University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

Publications

Publications (34)
Poster
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Synopsis: Unexpected external perturbation influences team performance through its coordination ability. Given the existence of brain rhythms synchronization in two individuals cooperating together, this study aimed at testing the effect of a perturbation on the neurophysiological coordination. Forty-two participants (21 dyads) divided in two grou...
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Purpose This study aims to investigate the relationship between a positive leadership style [i.e. authentic leadership (AL)] and nurses’ psychological health (i.e. nurses’ flourishing and satisfaction with work–family balance), including psychological capital (PsyCap) as a mediational variable. Design/methodology/approach A cross-sectional study w...
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Objectives: Understanding how and when authentic leadership (AL) is related to teams’ performance is an important issue. The objective of the present study was to investigate the potential indirect role of psychological ownership (PO) in the relationship between AL and team sport performance for both athletes and coaches. We also hypothesized that...
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Objectives: Understanding how and when transformational leadership is related to followers’ perceptions is an important issue. The present study aims to investigate the potential mediating role of support for innovation in the relationship between transformational leadership and creativity in team sports. We also propose that players’ team tenure c...
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// Full-text available at: https://rdcu.be/b0HXK // Abstract: Accumulating high volumes of sedentary behaviour is a risk factor for multiple negative health-related outcomes. The objective of this review was to synthesise the evidence on the levels of sedentary behaviour in university students. Screened records from 13 databases were included if (...
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Student engagement has been established as a robust predictor of several positive outcomes related to academic development and success. Increasing our knowledge on what variables affect engagement can assist lecturers and other educational agents in maximizing student engagement within the university setting. The purpose of this study was to invest...
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Le leadership authentique (LA) est un ensemble de comportements visant à promouvoir le potentiel psychologique des collaborateurs et à développer un climat de travail éthique (Avolio et al., 2007). Les leaders authentiques sont conscients d’eux-mêmes, francs et clairs quant à leur identité, et agissent conformément à leurs valeurs, croyances, motiv...
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L’accord national interprofessionnel du 19 juin 2013 souligne le rôle des managers dans la promotion de la qualité de vie au travail. Celle-ci vise conjointement la santé des salariés et la performance de l’entreprise liée à l’engagement. Notre recherche teste l’effet indirect du leadership éthique sur l’engagement affectif et l’épanouissement psyc...
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The aim of the present research was to develop a measure that could be used in future research for in-depth study of the psychological management of career termination. We report the results of six studies involving 1,898 French workers designed to develop and assess the psychometric properties of a new instrument named the Reasons for Workers' Ret...
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The present cross-sectional study aimed to investigate the mediating role of interactional justice, in the relationship between transformational leadership and cohesion in team sports. Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling (MSEM) was employed to test individual- and group-level models using a sample of 315 athletes from 25 team sports. The result...
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Objectives: The current manuscript describes two studies that examined the relationship between athletes' big five personality characteristics and their occupancy of informal roles as identified by self-nominations and teammate-nominations. Design: A cross-sectional design was used to collect data on athlete personality and informal role occupancy....
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Despite evidence that cohesion is a significant determinant of academic outcomes in the university setting, a validated multidimensional measure of cohesion adapted to this context is lacking. The purpose of the present study was to develop and validate a cohesion questionnaire in the university setting based on Carron et al.’s (1985) multidimensio...
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A physically inactive lifestyle is associated with maladaptive patterns of personality development over relatively short follow-up periods. The present study extends existing research by examining whether this association persists over 20 years. Participants (total N = 8723) were drawn from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study Graduates and Siblings sa...
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Within the framework of Self-Determination Theory (SDT), the purpose of the present study was to examine adolescents’ perceptions of cohesion in relation to psychological need satisfaction and intrinsic motivation through a cross-sectional design. The study included 264 Canadian youth participants (Mage = 15.50) from eight different team sports who...
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Background: Despite the strong evidence that physical activity (PA) is a key determinant of health, there is limited knowledge on the content and outcomes of PA promotion interventions among individuals with disabilities. Objective: To conduct a scoping review in order to examine the published literature on PA promotion interventions among adult...
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Deficits in sensory functioning, such as poor vision and hearing, take a significant toll on quality of life. Little is known, however, about their relation with personality development across adulthood. This study examined whether baseline and change in vision and hearing were associated with personality change over a four-year period. Participant...
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This study investigated the reasons and psychosociological mechanisms underlying French entrepreneurs' decisions to terminate their career, based on the Push Pull Anti push Anti Pull model (Chevalier et al. 2013). The purpose of this article is (a) to examine naturally occurring profiles of entrepreneurs' motivation to retire using cluster analysis...
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This exploratory study was conducted to illuminate aspects relevant to the emergence and evolution of informal roles in a group during a canoe expedition. Following tenets of ethnography, the first author collected observational and interview (conversational and focus group) data while participating as a member of the expedition. Three general dime...
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Ce chapitre porte sur le processus de décision de l’arrêt de la carrière chez des dirigeants de PME françaises. Plus précisément, il présente dans un premier temps des éléments de compréhension de la gestion psychologique particulièrement complexe de la fin de carrière dans cette population et dans un second temps l’Inventaire des Raisons de la Pri...
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In this study, findings concerned with the association of self-reported global self-esteem, vitality and athletes' moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) in young soccer players and the generalisability of these associations across different European populations are presented. After listwise exclusion of missing cases and the elimination of...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between athletes' perceptions of role ambiguity and two theoretically derived dimensions of coaching competency (i.e., game strategy and technique competencies). A total of 243 players from 26 teams representing various interdependent sports completed French versions of the Role Ambiguity Sc...
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Informal roles evolve as a result of the interactions that take place among members of a group. To date, limited research has focused on these types of roles in sport. The objectives of the present study were three-fold. The first objective was to identify and describe informal roles in a sport setting, as determined by a content analysis of Sports...
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Roles are the pattern of behaviors expected of individuals in a given social situation. The general purpose of the present study was to gain an understanding of the negative informal role of the cancer (i.e., an athlete who expresses negative emotions that spread destructively throughout a team) within sport groups. Semi-structured interviews were...
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Objectives. The present article provides a summary of four studies undertaken to examine the structure of the role ambiguity framework advanced by Beauchamp, Bray, Eys, and Carron (2002) and its validity in another culture (i.e., French culture). Two forms of the Role Ambiguity Scale (Beauchamp et al., 2002) were developed into French: a version di...
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L’objectif de cet article est de presenter une synthese des travaux publies ces dernieres annees en contexte sportif, sur l’un des elements fondamentaux de la structure du groupe (Shaw, 1981), l’ambiguite du role. La premiere approche de l’ambiguite du role proposee par Kahn, Wolfe, Quinn, Snoek et Rosenthal (1964) prend sa source dans le contexte...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the mediational relationships between athletes' perceptions of task cohesion, role ambiguity, and the intensity and direction of cognitive anxiety during a European rugby union championship. A total of 26 athletes from the 'Under 18' French national team completed task cohesion and role ambiguity inventories...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the direction of the effect between cohesion and collective efficacy in elite female handball teams. A total of 84 female handball players completed 2 questionnaires at 2 time periods during the competitive season (i.e., early and midseason). Relationships were examined across time at an individual level aft...
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The present study provides a summary of five investigations undertaken to develop a French short visual analog measure of cohesion. Based on the conceptual model of cohesion and the Questionnaire sur l'Ambiance du Groupe (QAG), this instrument, QAG-a, is designed to capture the dynamic nature of cohesion when it is assessed with repeated and freque...

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