Chloé Tolmatcheff

Chloé Tolmatcheff
University of Turku | UTU · Division of Psychology

PhD

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Introduction
Chloé Tolmatcheff won a PhD grant from the National Funds for Scientific Research of Belgium in 2017. She makes her PhD on school bullying prevention under the supervision of Benoit Galand and Isabelle Roskam (UCLouvain, Belgium). Her main research interests are moral disengagement, group norms, programs’ implementation and Social Network Analyses. She fosters diverse collaborations with field actors and is involved in several side projects. (For more details, see "Projects" in the Research tab)

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Although Bandura conceptualized moral disengagement as a global dimension encompassing a set of mechanisms, the validated factorial structures of the existing scales have not fully matched the conceptual model so far. The present study attempts to narrow the gap between the moral disengagement conceptual model and its measurement tools by testing f...
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This booklet on cyberbullying was developed and published by the Bullying Prevention Network (Réseau Prévention Harcèlement) of the French-speaking part of Belgium.
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This paper presents two studies assessing the effectiveness of a new anti-bullying programme. The programme involves redesigning the school playground, holding daily discussion forums led by teachers, and setting up a disciplinary board. These studies use a quasi-experimental research plan, with an intervention group and a control group, and a pre-...
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The negative consequences faced by students who are victims of school bullying are clearly documented. Nevertheless, few studies have examined the victim’s reactions and strategies to cope with bullying. Yet a better understanding of these reactions would allow better support from health professionals and to improved prevention actions. This study...
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Phénomène international, le harcèlement scolaire fait beaucoup parler de lui depuis quelques années. Sa prévalence particulièrement élevée en Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles et les conséquences qu’il entraîne pour la scolarité et la santé (physique et mentale) des enfants impliqués ont motivé la conception de nombreux programmes et interventions anti...
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Two competing views have coexisted for years. The first one explains bullying behaviours in terms of social skills' deficiencies, whereas in the second one, bullying is thought to be strategic and effective behaviour allowing to reach social domination goals. The discrepancy between the empirical results gathered since the 90s by both of the sides...
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This article assesses the size of gender differences in involvement in school bullying. Two studies conducted with students from grade 6 to grade 9 using anonymous questionnaires indicate that boys reported to be more often perpetrators of harassment than girls, and that 6th graders reported to be more often victims than 8th and 9th graders, with n...

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Moral disengagement and the group norms have both been suggested as promising directions for anti-bullying prevention. This project aims at testing the distinct effects of these two variables on school bullying and victimisation in a quasi-experimental design of research (pre-, post-test and control group) while controlling for the impact of the implementation's quality. (N = 1216 4th, 5th and 6th graders + N = 57 class teachers)