Olivier Cosnefroy

Olivier Cosnefroy
Ministère de l'Éducation nationale · Office of assessment of educational policies and experimentations

PhD

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September 2011 - September 2015
Université Pierre Mendès France - Grenoble 2
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  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (27)
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Developmental processes are a central feature of educational theories. These developmental processes can relate to evolutions across time for a given individual (within-person changes) or to evolutions across time in the differences between individuals (between-person changes). Although theories mostly focus on within-person processes of change, tr...
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This study aims at investigating which cues teachers detect and process from their students during instruction. This information capturing process depends on teachers’ sensitivity, or awareness, to students’ needs, which has been recognized as crucial for classroom management. We recorded the gaze behaviors of two pre-service teachers and two exper...
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L’objectif général de cette recherche est de mieux comprendre l’évolution de la motivation des élèves en début de scolarité obligatoire (cours préparatoire) tout en interrogeant les facteurs sur lesquels il est possible d’intervenir afin d’influencer le niveau de motivation et son évolution au cours de l’année, tels que la qualité de la relation él...
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Cet article présente les résultats de l’évaluation des effets du dispositif expérimental d’enseignement intégré de science et technologie (EIST). Ce dispositif a été évalué à partir de la rentrée 2008. Pendant quatre ans, une cohorte composée d’élèves ayant bénéficié de l’EIST en classe de sixième et d’élèves n’en ayant pas bénéficié, été suivie ju...
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For more than fifty years, research in psychology has demonstrated that our evaluation of others may be influenced by their surname or first name. In this study, we evaluated the impact of the attractiveness and frequency of names in situations of recruitment for low qualification level jobs. Using data from a recruitment agency, we tested (binomia...
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The parent and teacher forms of the French version of the Behavioral Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF) were used to evaluate executive function in everyday life in a large sample of healthy children (N = 951) aged between 5 and 18. Several psychometric methods were applied, with a view to providing clinicians with tools for score inter...
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BACKGROUND: Pattern analysis can aid understanding of trajectories of symptom evolution. However, most studies focus on relatively homogeneous disorders with a restricted range of outcomes, prescribed a limited number of classes of medication. We explored the utility of pattern analysis in defining short-term outcomes in a heterogeneous clinical sa...
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Few studies have explored the evolution of perinatal depressive symptoms (PNDS) throughout the perinatal period. To evaluate in a low-risk sample, whether different evolutive profiles of PNDS exist from pregnancy to 2-years postpartum, and whether the subgroups differ regarding psychopathological and demographic characteristics. In a prospective, l...
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The research examines the effects of a bilingual pedagogical program (French/Tahitian) on the acquisition of oral and written French as well as the Tahitian language itself in primary schools in French Polynesia. 125 children divided into an experimental group (partially schooled in Tahitian for 300 min per week) and a control group (schooled in Fr...
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Group-based trajectory modeling (GBTM) is a statistical method created to explore the heterogeneity of clinical groups based on their longitudinal outcomes by identifying distinct trajectories of change. This model can be applied to assess heterogeneity in responses to treatment. This pilot study explored the relevance of the GBTM associated with t...
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The aim of this research was to study different types of absenteeism in vocational secondary school taking into account the specificity of the school context. Participants were 523 students. First, three school absenteeism groups were established: Students with no absenteeism (nearly 64% of the sample), students with absenteeism (26%), and students...
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In an attempt to explain individual behaviors and well-being, researchers in psychology try to quantify and to compare the importance of several predictors in multiple regression model. Typically, standard regression coefficients serve to assess the best predictor(s) within the series. Yet for over 50 years, many alternatives have been proposed to...
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In an attempt to explain individual behaviors and well-being, researchers in psychology try to quantify and to compare the importance of several predictors in multiple regression model. Typically, standard regression coefficients serve to assess the best predictor(s) within the series. Yet for over 50 years, many alternatives have been proposed to...
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Because French law says that pupils must enter at elementary school in September of the calendar year when they reach age six, there is in a same classroom, a difference of 12 months between pupils born at the beginning and those born at the end of the year. This research examines the links between age at school entry, self-regulation in the contex...
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Objective: The aim of the present study was to investigate the psychometric properties of the French adaptation of the Family Relationship Index (FRI) from Moos and Moos. The FRI is a self-report inventory which consists of 27 items assessing family relations. It is composed of three dimensions: family cohesion, family expressiveness (of feelings...
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We explore the psychometric properties of the French version of the Ways of Coping Checklist Revised (WCC-R) for a cancer patient sample. The WCC-R was completed by 622 patients and 464 completed the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI). A confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) on the original factor structure did not fit the data. The sample was rando...
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Because French law says that pupils must enter at elementary school in September of the calendar year when they reach age six, there is in a same classroom, a difference of 12 months between pupils born at the beginning and those born at the end of the year. The analysis of the effect of these differences of age at elementary school entry on the pu...
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This exploratory study aims to compare the diagnostic value of a brief assessment of school behaviors conducted by teachers at the beginning of grade 1 with an academic assessment given at the same time to identify pupils at risk of grade retention, one or two years later. The results obtained from an initial sample of 2056 pupils and analyzed usin...
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The present study aims to investigate the relationship between the components of the Karasek model and burnout somatic complaints and job satisfaction in teachers. First, the present study examines the psychometric properties and factor structure of the Leiden Quality of Work Questionnaire adapted for teaching profession, in a sample of 260 French...
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Un des objectifs du dispositif d’annonce en cancérologie concerne l’orientation, si nécessaire, des patients vers les soins de support et notamment vers les consultations psychologiques. La question se pose de savoir selon quels critères orienter les patients et quels outils proposer aux médecins ou aux infirmiers chargés de l’annonce et du temps d...
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The current study compares the capacity of a teacher rating and of a cognitive standardized evaluation to predict the future pupils’ academic performances and their later school pathways. 5 549 pupils coming from a panel built up by the Evaluation and Forecasting Directorate from the French Ministry of National Education, were followed longitudinal...
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This article examines the effect of quarter of birth on school years during kindergarten and primary school from data of several recent researches realized in France. Results show that pupils born at the beginning of the civil year obtain best academic performances that these born at the end of the year and have a more high probability to follow sc...
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Incl. bibl., résumé en français, anglais, allemand et espagnol, tableaux, graphiques. Cet article synthétise un ensemble d'analyses effectuées sur la question du redoublement au cours de la scolarité obligatoire. Fondées sur des données actuelles, issues des panels d'élèves et des évaluations nationales et internationales de leurs acquis et de leur...
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Les élèves français doivent légalement entrer à l'école élémentaire au mois de septembre de l'année civile où ils atteignent l'âge de six ans. Cela implique que, dans une même classe, il puisse exister une différence d'âge de 12 mois entre les élèves nés en début et en fin d'année. L'analyse de l'effet de ces différences d'âge d'entrée à l'école él...

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