Jonathan Bronchain

Jonathan Bronchain
Université Toulouse II - Jean Jaurès | UTM · Département Psychopathologie, psychologie de la santé, neurosciences

PhD

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Introduction
Our team addresses issues about psychopathology of adolescent and young adult. More specifically, we focus on the risks and determinants of antisocial behavior, substance use and personality characteristics. My PhD project aimed to better understand implications of psychopathic personality traits in non-institutionalized settings.
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September 2018 - June 2021
Université Toulouse  II - Jean Jaurès
Position
  • PhD
Education
September 2013 - September 2020
Université Toulouse  II - Jean Jaurès
Field of study
  • Psychopathology

Publications

Publications (19)
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The relationships between borderline and schizotypal traits are still debated. Borderline traits, schizotypal traits, and several psychopathological symptoms were assessed among 2,341 college students. A factor analysis was performed on borderline and schizotypal personality measures, leading to 10 factors. Borderline factors were largely intercorr...
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The relationships between dispositional mindfulness and cannabis use remain understudied. The aim of the present study was to link cannabis use and problematic use with different profiles based on dispositional mindfulness facets. A sample of 1572 college students completed self-report questionnaires assessing dispositional mindfulness, cannabis us...
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Previous research suggests that the association of psychopathic and borderline traits increases overall psychopathology (e.g., depression, anxiety, emotional distress, impulsivity, and aggressive behavior). This study aimed to investigate self- and other-directed aggression in personality profiles characterized by different levels of psychopathic a...
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La psychopathie est une organisation de la personnalité caractérisée par des dispositions affectives (ex., dureté-insensibilité), interpersonnelles (ex., manipulation, égocentrisme), et comportementales (ex., impulsivité, antisocialité). Les conséquences délétères associées aux traits de personnalité psychopathique ont été largement documentées. Ce...
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Sex-specific manifestations of psychopathy remain highly debated both at the dimensional and structural levels. The network theory provides a promising framework for investigating this question. Thus, our study aimed to explore the network structure of psychopathy across sex. Participants were 1,990 college students (male: 43%, female: 57%) who rec...
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Schizotypy has been associated with impairment in social cognition (e.g., emotional processing, social perception, Theory of Mind). To our knowledge, no study has investigated these processes in terms of dispositional mindfulness. This study aimed to use network theory to explore the relationship between dispositional mindfulness dimensions and sch...
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The links between schizotypy and creativity remain ill-defined. This study assessed creative competencies and cognitive processes associated with creativity in groups of individuals with distinct levels of schizotypy dimensions. Groups were obtained through cluster analysis of a large student sample (N = 946). All dimensions of creative competencie...
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Psychopathic traits and heroic behaviors seem to display atypical relationships. Some have argued that fearless temperament could underlie both psychopathic and heroic dispositions. However, the relative contribution of narcissism and identity threat has received little attention in explaining these behaviors. We hypothesized that individuals exhib...
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Résumé Objectifs Le but de cette étude était d’évaluer l’influence de la pleine conscience dispositionnelle sur les idéations suicidaires, les troubles dépressifs et les traits de personnalité limite. Méthodes Au total, 1034 étudiants (818 femmes, 216 hommes) ont rempli le Five Facets Mindfulness Questionnaire-Short Form (FFMQ-SF) pour évaluer la...
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The aim of the present study was to evaluate the contri-bution of the maturity of moral judgment on cannabis use among college students. Participants were 1572 col-lege students who completed self-report questionnaires measuring cannabis use, maturity of moral judgment, and emotional and personality variables. Thirty five percent of men and 30% of...
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Background: The Marijuana Motives Measure (MMM) is commonly used to explore the role of motives in cannabis use and related problems. A recent study suggested that a new Health motives subscale (using cannabis to improve sleep, form, energy, appetite, health) was the strongest motive associated with problematic use among high-school students. The a...
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Psychopathic personality traits can be conceptualized as a complex network of adaptive and maladaptive traits. Although general positive adjustment has been related to primary psychopathy and increased emotional stability, no study focused on the distribution of specific adaptive traits through psychopathy variants. Participants were 2,291 French c...
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The presence of positive outcomes observed in some individuals with high psychopathic traits remains relatively unexplained. This study aimed at examining the contribution of specific adaptive psychopathic traits to the emergence of positive behavioral and psychopathological consequences. Participants were 2291 French college students who completed...
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Women’s religious radicalization and the specific factors at play in this process remain largely understudied. Psychopathic, narcissistic, Machiavellian, and sadistic traits constitute the Dark Tetrad of personality, which has been shown to be associated with several antisocial tendencies. Concretely, it has been found that the Dark Tetrad traits p...
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Introduction: Mindfulness skills and sensation seeking have been found to be differently associated with antisocial behavior in young adult. On the one hand, dispositional mindfulness is negatively associated with verbal aggression behaviors, anger, hostility and impulsivity (Brown and Ryan, 2003; Heppner et al., 2008), and, on the other hand, it c...
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Schizotypal and borderline personality traits seem to be differently associated to alcohol use in young adult. However, no study has explored co-occurring schizotypal and borderline traits in their link with alcohol consumption. Participants were 1572 students from different French universities who completed self-report questionnaires assessing the...

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