The GRISE has given itself the mission to produce useful knowledge for the continuum of interventions that are offered during the developmental periods of childhood, adolescence and transition to adulthood.

Our team

The GRISE brings together regular and associate researcher members, postdoctoral researcher members, graduate research students, interns and research staff. It is also home to three Canada Research Chairs (CRCs): one in placement and rehabilitation of adolescent girls and young women in difficulty (holder: Nadine Lanctôt); a second one in stigmatization and psychosocial development of youth (holder: Alexa Martin-Storey); and a third in school readiness, inclusion of vulnerable populations and social adjustment (holder: Gabrielle Garon-Carrier). Two teams are funded by the Research Team Support Program of the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC). One is directed by Nadine Lanctôt (Team Rehabilitation Approaches for Youth with Adjustment Problems – RAYAP; 2022-2026) and the other one, by Mélanie Lapalme (Team for Research on Sex-/Gender-Based Behavioural Difficulties and Social Adjustment: Understanding the Risk and Protection Factors, Including the Impact of Services, That Model Youth’s Adjustment Pathways; 2020-2024).

Researchers

The GRISE is composed of 30 regular researcher members from the Université de Sherbrooke, 9 associate members and 6 external members


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Postdoctoral researchers

Stagières postdoctoraux

Each year, the GRISE welcomes postdoctoral members who contribute to the Centre’s scientific activities by sharing their expertise with all the members


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Students

More than 70 students of all university levels from various disciplines conduct their research work under the supervision of regular researcher members


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Research staff

Personnel de recherche

The GRISE relies on a dynamic support team that is responsible for the coordination and administration of the Centre and that provides support for the analyses as well as for the transfer and use of knowledge


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Research projects

Canada Research Chair in Digital Media Use by Children and Its Implications for Promoting Togetherness: An Ecosystemic Approach

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November 2021 - October 2026


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Encourage the development of adaptive capacities in children who are at risk due to personal or environmental characteristics.
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Research projects

#sansfiltre: PhotoVoice method to promote mental health in high school

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April 2022 - March 2025


Axe 1:
Encourage the development of adaptive capacities in children who are at risk due to personal or environmental characteristics.
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