This summer, Le Devoir takes you on the crossroads of university life. A proposal that is both scholarly and intimate, to be picked up like a postcard. Today, we invite ourselves into the daily life of a doctoral candidate in psychology who tells how to bounce back from adversity in order to be able to pursue university studies.
Curium, a science magazine for teens, interviews Rémi Thériault on his research on the development of empathy through virtual reality and perspective-taking.
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?