Jérémie B. Dupuis
Jérémie B. Dupuis is Acting Director General of the Université de Moncton’s Centre de recherche et de développement en éducation. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in science with a specialization in psychology from the Université de Montréal and a master’s in psychology from the Université de Moncton. His research focuses on the mental health of youth living in official language minority communities in Canada and on the use of Bayesian statistics in social sciences.
Although in the early stages of his career, Dupuis has been editor-in-chief of an international research journal dealing with interpersonal relations, intergroup relations and identity. He was also guest editor for the Linguistic Minorities and Society journal and the Journal of Human Development, Disability and Social Change.
Dupuis has received many accolades for his research and work in recent years. Most notably, he has twice been named Fellow of the O’Brien Humanitarian Foundation for his research on the mental health of New Brunswick youth and on the effects of Acadian identity on mental health.
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