PhD. Diane Caussade

The University of Grenoble Alpes 
Topic: “The impact of music workshops on the feelings of well-being and inclusion of people with fewer opportunities”
Many studies have shown the positive impacts of music notably on the acquisition and learning process, psycho-affective aspects, and sociocultural. Therefore, the association Ballade put in place sociocultural actions centered on European traditional musics aimed at PWFO (people with fewer opportunities). A protocol has been put in place in order to evaluate the impact of music workshops on the feelings of well-being and inclusion of PWFO. This research shows European traditional musics seem to be a favourable medium to develop the feelings of well-being and inclusion, and hence participle to the construction if an inclusive Europe.

PhD. Veronique Pardieu

Topic: “The effect of role-playing at school in the moral development of 5 to 7 y/o children”
aître de Conférences of Psychology at the University of Orléans; INSPE Centre Val de Loire. FranceVeronique Pardieu is working at the INSPE “Institut National Superieur du Professorat et de l’Education” Centre Val de Loire. The INSPE is a training teachers school which depends on the university of Orleans. I’m also a permanent member of the research laboratory PAVEA “Psychologie des Ages de la vie et Adaptation”of the University of Tours and an associated member of the Research laboratory ERCAE ” Equipe de Recherche sur les Contextes et Acteurs de l’Éducation” of the University of Orléans.

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