Lucille Gibert

Graduate Student
I am part of a joint Master’s program on Social and Cultural Psychology (GLOBAL-MINDS). I did a bachelor’s in Psychology at the University of Bordeaux (France), where I specialized mainly in neuropsychology, cognition, and cultural differences. My main area of research is majority-group acculturation. I aim to write my thesis on this subject under the supervision of Jonas Kunst. I also have a strong interest in: climate justice and anxiety, colonization impacts on identity and later political relationship between the colonized and colonizer (especially within the French overseas territories framework), as well as gender-based violence, and violence in relationships.
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