Eve-Line Bussières, Ph.D., is a full professor at the Department of Psychology at UQTR since 2015. She is the director of the AURA laboratory. Following her doctoral studies in psychology at Laval University, she carried out a postdoctoral fellowship within the Research Group Focused on Neurodevelopmental Disorders (GRAND) at the University of Sherbrooke, funded by a postdoctoral grant from the Fonds de recherche du Quebec en santé (FRQS).
Her research program, funded by a career award (chercheur boursier FRQS ) , focuses on mother-child interactions in the context of autism. She also conducts research on the role of passions in the optimal functioning of autistic individuals and the role of parental support in the development of passions and fulfillment. This project is carried out in collaboration with an autistic collaborator who is an integral part of the research team.
Doctoral student in psychology, research and intervention profile