In this video, I explain how open science can help solve the problem of the replicability crisis in psychology, but how other solutions are also needed since there are deeper structural problems.
At the CPPA we love not only to see our members flourishing, but also to celebrate them and everything they achieve. In this member spotlight interview, Louisa Jewell, CPPA President, interviews CPPA member and student ambassador Rémi Thériault.
Curium, a science magazine for teens, interviews Rémi Thériault on his research on the development of empathy through virtual reality and perspective-taking.
Journalist Monic Néron of Radio-Canada’s radio program Le genre humain interviews Rémi Thériault on courtesy in times of post-COVID. “Monic Néron and Rémi Thériault, PhD student in social psychology, walk the streets of Montréal to observe signs of good citizenship and courtesy among citizens.
Journalist Émilie Perreault from the Télé-Québec program L’Avenir nous appartient interviews Rémi Thériault to better understand the mixed reactions to acts of altruism. “At age 69, Marie Gendron decided to donate a kidney to a stranger.
La Presse journalist Catherine Handfield interviews Rémi Thériault, among others, on solidarity and individualism in times of post-COVID. “In the spring of 2020, the word ‘solidarity’ was in vogue in the media.
Québec Science journalist Mélissa Guillemette interviews Rémi Thériault on his research on embodiment and body-swapping. “The adage goes that we shouldn’t judge someone’s life without walking a mile in their shoes.
La Presse journalist Isabelle Morin interviews Rémi Thériault, among others, on courtesy in times of COVID-19. “Our vision of the other no longer passes only by its presence in our environment, but by the two-meter radius which surrounds them.
La Presse journalist Isabelle Morin interviews Rémi Thériault, among others, on our relationship to one another in times of COVID-19. “Have we become more concerned with others or, on the contrary, more suspicious?
Workshop with the SSHRC’s Storytellers Finalists: An Opportunity to Learn about and Practice the Art of Presenting. Organized by the CRIR (Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal).
sshrc_crsh @mcgillu Stortyellers finalist Rémi Thériault gives us one tip for communicating research effectively.
A brief introduction to another one of my main research programs.
A brief introduction to one of my main research programs.
One of the Top 25 finalists in the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council’s 2019 Storytellers competition.
This week, Émanuelle and her guests discuss limits: do you know your limits well? With around the table: Jean-Marie Lapointe, actor, author, speaker and host of the program Face à la rue, as well as Rémi Thériault, doctoral student in social psychology, who works on prosocial behaviour.
This week, Émanuelle and her guests discuss the themes of altruism and self-giving. Around the table: Justin Kinsley, creative strategist and author of Le livre du don: Récits et visages, Yvonne Sénéchal, vice-president, philanthropic development, at Vues et Voix, as well as Rémi Thériault, doctoral student, whose thesis is entitled ‘Transforming Habits of the Heart and Mind: From Good Intentions to a Reliable Prosocial Response’.
In this episode of The Happiness Legacy podcast, we chat with Rémi, a graduate student in psychiatry from McGill University (Montréal). Rémi is passionate about positive psychology and recently became a regional representative of the student-focused division of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA).