Michael Cantinotti

Michael Cantinotti is Full Professor (Research Methods) at the Department of Psychology, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR). After completing a general licentiate degree (M.Sc.) in Psychology at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland), a Ph.D. in Psychology at Laval University (Quebec City) and postdoctoral degree in public health at McGill University (Montreal), he worked as a government researcher (at the regional Public Health Branch, then at the provincial Institute national de santé publique du Québec) before becoming a university professor. In 2013 he founded and then headed for several years the Service of Support and Mutual Assistance in Applied Methodology at his university (www.uqtr.ca/sesame). He is also particularly interested in the role of emotional experience and moral reasoning in situations of dilemmas related to clinical practice. He directs the Research Laboratory: Adaptation, Wellbeing and Psychological Resilience.