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Line Tremblay

Line Tremblay 

Associate Vice-President, Academic and Francophone Affairs

Human Kinetics

Health

 

 

Biography

  • Dr. Line Tremblay, is a registered clinical psychologist, a full professor at Laurentian University, and an associate professor in Clinical Sciences Division at Northern Ontario School of Medicine. She is currently the acting Vice-President Academic and Francophone Affairs. She was previously the Associate Dean of Laurentian University Faculty of Health. She is the co-founder of the Human Movement and Perception Virtual Reality Laboratory where she is currently conducting applied health research. 

Education

  
  • Ph.D., C.Psych, University of Montreal, 2002
  • Masters level in clinical community psychology (1995)
  • B.Sc in psychology (1994)

Academic Appointments

Acting Associate Vice-President Academic and Francophones Affairs

On The Web

http://hmpvirtualreality.jimdo.com/ 

Teaching

Anatomy and Kinesiology, Stress Management, Social Psychology, Research Method and Statistics, Psychology of Motivation, Psychology of Emotion (French and English), Introduction to Psychology, Learning, Human Development, Introduction to Psychological Assessment and Treatment; Theory and Practice.

Awards

2006            C.Psych, College of Psychologists of Ontario

2002            Ph.D. in Psychology, University of Montreal, Montreal.

1995           Masters level in clinical Community Psychology, University of Quebec in Montreal, Montreal, Quebec.

1994           B.Sc., Psychology, University of Quebec in Montreal, Montreal, Quebec

Publications


  • Selected publications (last 5 years). 

  • Sheppard, G., & Tremblay, L., (Eds) (2016).  Diversity in Research - La diversité dans la recherche - Nooch Gegoo Ndagkendma-daa 2015. Sudbury: Laurentian University. ISBN 978-0-88667-091-7 (PDF).

  • Tremblay, L., Roy-Vaillancourt, M., Chebbi, B., Bouchard, S., Dénommée, J., & Thorpe, M., (2016). Body Image and Anti-Fat Attitudes: An Experimental Study Using a Haptic Virtual Reality Environment to Replicate Human Touch. Submitted to the Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking Journal.

  • Tremblay, L., Thorpe, M., Daoust, M., Larivière,C.,  Chebbi, B., and Theriault, V., (2016). Description and Features of a New Computerized Gross Motor Skills Measurement, submitted to Journal of Technologies and Human Usability, 12(3), 31-49.

  • Garg, R., Levin, E., & Tremblay, L., (2016). Emotional Intelligence: Impact on post-secondary academic achievment. Social Psychology of Education. online version DOI. 10.1007/s11218-016-9338-x

  • Tremblay, L., Chebbi, B., Bouchard, S., Cimon-Lambert, K., & Carmicael, J., (2014). Learning Disabilities and Visual-Motor Skills; Comparing Assessment from a Hapto-Virtual Reality Tool and Bender-Gestalt Test. Virtual Reality Journal: SI: Cyberintervention, 18, 49-60. DOI: 10.1007/s10055-014-0242-4.

  • Cimon-Lambert, K., Tremblay, L., Coté, D., Larivière, M., & Kosmerly, S., (2014). Perceptions, attitudes et connaissances des mères d’enfant d’âge préscolaire au sujet de  l’alimentation, de la santé, de l’obésité et de l’activité physique; une approche qualitative [The Perceptions, Attitudes and knowledge of Mothers of Preschool Children Regarding Eating, Health, Obesity, and Physical Activity : A Qualitative Approach]. Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale, 10, 317-335. 

  • Tremblay, L., Chebbi, B., Bouchard, S., Wei, L., Monthuy-Blanc, J., & Boulanger, D., (2013). The development of a haptic virtual relity environment to study body image and affect. In B.K. Wiederhold and G.Riva (Eds), Annual Review of Cybertherapy and Telemedicine: Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, IOS Press, (pp.80-84). DOI: 10.3233/978-61499-282-0-80

  • Kosmerly, S., Tremblay, L., & Boudreau- Larivière (2013). The predictive effect of attachment style, emotion regulation, body comparison, media internalization and BMI on muscle-oriented body image dissatisfaction in men. In Leroy B.Sams and Janet, A. Keels (Eds), Handbook on Body Image: Gender Differences, Sociocultural Influences and Health Implications (pp. 277-296). Hauppauge, NY:Nova Science Publishers Inc.

  • Tremblay, L., Shihan, J., Pajuluoma, J., & Koren, S., (2013). Body Image, Explicit and Implicit Anti-Fat Attitudes: The Implications of False Feedback and Participants Weight Status.  In Leroy B.Sams and Janet, A. Keels (Eds), Handbook on Body Image: Gender Differences, Sociocultural Influences and Health Implications (pp. 297-316). Hauppauge, NY:Nova Science Publishers Inc.

  • Tremblay, L. Boudreau-Lariviere, C., & Cimon-Lambert, K., (2012). Promoting Physical Activity in Preschoolers: A Review of the Guidelines Barriers and Facilitators for Implementation of Policies and Practices. Canadian Psychology: Special Issue on Sport and Exercise Psychology. 53(4), 280-290.

    Tremblay, L., Rinaldi, C., Lovsin, T., & Zecevic, C. (2012). Parents’ perceptions of children’s weight: The accuracy of ratings and associations to strategies for feeding Early Child Development and Care Journal, 182(8), 1027-1040.