Christian HESLON - Editor-in-Chief (UCO-Angers, France
This N°8 of PIPER affirms its international dimension and its epistemological diversity: three research articles from Africa, psychoanalytic approaches but also studies on coping strategies, self-image or neuroscience, reading notes on technologies as therapeutic mediations and on the job of school psychologist…
In addition, two « Free Texts » (Varia), where the authors engage their points of view, one on the new faces of the propaganda addressed to the subject in the consumer societies, the other on the therapeutic fictions at the time neuroscience.
Waiting for two online deliveries (and, if possible printed) written from two days of study (New technologies, new technologies and psychology to the test of numbers), which should precede the n ° 9 to be published early 2019 this issue already gives a good overview of the vitality and variety of International Research and Practice in Psychology.
Alain MOUCHES - Talk about Practice. Power of the fiction and therapeutic stories at the time of neurosciences
Julio GUILLIEN et al. (Lille) - A-bording the subject. A reflection on the dynamical foundations of psychoanalytical theory and practice.
Antoine KOUADIO et al. (Abidjan) - Self-image and voluntary body modifications in women traders in Abidjan
Hassan Guy Roger TIEFFY (Abidjan) - Profile and coping strategy of job seekers in Abidjan
Essetchi Narcisse ACHI (Abidjan) - Psychological processes and entrepreneurial intention among ivorian students
Dominique RENIERS and Jean-Jacques LEGRAND (Lille) - The new faces of propaganda
Virginie MARTIN-LAVAUD, Psychologist at school (Érès, 2017). By Laurence Bernard-Tanguy
Serge Tisseron and Frédéric Tordo et al. The child, the robots and the screens. New therapeutic mediations. Collection Unconscious and Culture. DUNOD. 2017. By Laurence Bernard-Tanguy