DEPARTMENT: EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
NAME OF STAFF: NGUEHAN SIMEON BORIS
Secondary E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 677 02 99 16 – 699 88 19 71
GRADE: Assistant Lecturer
BRIEF EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
M.Sc. in Social Psychology/ “Maîtrise” Sc. Degree in Social Psychology/ B.Sc. in Psychology/
General Academic Studies Degree in Philosophy and Psychology
RESEARCH INTEREST AREA
Social identities – Social representations – Self-concept – Self-efficacy – Socio-cognitive Learning – Identity – Personality – Self-image – Social interactions – Social categorizations – Social influence – Social Science Research Methodology
MASTER DESSERTATIONS SUPERVISED
PhD THESES SUPERVISED
Siméon Boris Nguéhan is a Sociocognitive Psychologist and a School Psychologist while being an Assistant Lecturer. His field of specialization is that of identities and particularly social identities processes and strategies applied to education.
His PhD thesis (nearing completion) focuses on the theme: Influence of social identities and identity strategies for secondary school learners: an ego-ecological comparative approach of urban and rural areas. This research explores the interaction of adolescents and their living environments in terms of social representations, the meanings attached to these affiliations and the impact of these representations on their schooling.
As a Consultant, he conducted numerous environmental and social impact surveys.
He is an associate of the Applied Psychology and Behavioural Sciences Laboratory of the University Douala (LAPSA).
Social sciences research methodologist, and expert in quantitative data processing using software such as SPSS.
Practitioner for nearly a decade in assisting pupils with learning difficulties following cognitive behavioral approach.
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