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Welcome to the HAL Collection of the Parisian Laboratory of Social Psychology (LAPPS)

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Parisian Laboratory of Social Psychology (LAPPS in French)

Created in 2009, the Parisian Laboratory of Social Psychology (LAPPS in French) is a Francilien research unit under the double tutelage of the Paris Nanterre University and the Paris 8 University.

The LAPPS aims to understand how individuals mobilize, more or less consciously, cognitive, affective and motivational resources to accomplish their activities in a normative context. The unit has a dual fundamental and applied orientation. On the one hand, a fundamental orientation oriented towards the modeling of socio-cognitive processes (stereotypes, intergroup relations, organizational justice, etc.), processes associated with behavioral change (habits, cognitive dissonance, etc.) and processes associated with transitions and professional adjustments throughout life. On the other hand, applied research contributes to individual and collective issues in the framework of strategic partnerships beyond academia (health, environment, consumption, organizations, work, etc.).

The LAPPS is divided in 3 research teams:


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Contact Information

Postal address:
Paris Nanterre University
LAPPS - Building Zazzo
200 Avenue de la République
92001 Nanterre Cedex, France
Website : lapps.parisnanterre.fr
E-mail : lapps[at]parisnanterre.fr

Leadership

Director : Patrick Mollaret
Associate Director: Thierry Meyer
Director Team PS2C : Peggy Chekroun
Director Team ENOSIS : Patrick Mollaret
Director Team TE2O : Anne-Marie Vonthron

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Number of Records

1 289

Latest deposits with file

265

Key figures

265 Publications with fulltext

Open Access

26 %

HAL-LAPPS Referents Team

Team ENOSIS : Anne-Laure de Place
Team PS2C : Jordane Boudesseul
Team TE2O : Marco Peña-Jimenez