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Research Laboratory led by Dr. Laurin : Trajectories of Motivation and Family Wellness. Dr Laurin is interested in the systemic influences of parental and couple well-being, including the bidirectional links between couples, parents, and children, examined through a Self-Determination Theory lens. Her current research project examines dyadic and longitudinal adjustment of primiparous families during the transition to parenthood.
June 2016 - February 2021
Université de Montréal
- Professor (Assistant)
- Graduate courses: PSY6928 - 3rd Wave CBT (mindfulness-based & mindfulness-informed interventions) & PSY6253 - Family Interventions; Undergraduate courses: PSY3096 - Family Development & PSY1045 - Motivation & Emotion
A plethora of research supports the idea that mindfulness aids in individuals' self-regulation. Yet, its dyadic influence remains mixed. In a dyadic journal study, some of my students are exploring how mindfulness can aid new parent couples' relationship satisfaction and well-being.
This research project examines dyadic and longitudinal adjustment of primiparous families during the transition to parenthood and at the end of Quebec’s parental leave (QPIP). It is an SDT outlook onto triadic family transitions. https://www.facebook.com/julieclaurin/