Sarah Le Vigouroux

Sarah Le Vigouroux
Université de Nîmes | Unimes · Psychology, Languages and History

PhD

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March 2019 - September 2019
Université de Nîmes
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  • Maître de Conférence

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Projects (6)
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Since the beginning of the pandemic, university students have faced many challenges and without any preparation. Studies conducted during the first lockdown all show a deterioration in students' mental health and an increase in unhealthy lifestyles. Yet, we have no knowledge of the long-term effects of the pandemic on university students. To provide a better understanding of the short- and long-term consequences on the health and well-being of university students a first line of research of this project aims to identify the role of individual factors and situational factors on students' psychological health and lifestyle, at different times of the pandemic (with four measurement times). To provide decision support for universities to reduce the impact of the pandemic on students, a second line of research will evaluate the health effects of two innovative programs (one focused on stress and learning, the other on physical activity). To realize these two axes of research, our project adopts a pluridisciplinary approach based on clinical psychology, health psychology, cognitive psychology, social innovation by design, nutrition and physical activity.
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This project aims at identifying mechanisms linked to upward positive spiral and downward negative spiral of affect, cognition, and emotion regulation strategies, under the influence of a mindfulness-based intervention, as well as inter- and intra-individual differences in affective dynamic changes.
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L'impact psychologique de l’exposition à un risque majeur tel que l’inondation reste mal évalué, alors même que ce sont les secondes catastrophes naturelles les plus fréquentes en France. La région Occitanie est particulièrement touchée. Notre recherche se propose d’évaluer d’un côté les signes de souffrance chez les personnes vulnérables et de les mettre en lien avec des dimensions individuelles et sociales.