Professor and Chair of occupational psychology at the CNAM (Conservatoire national des art et métiers). He is also in charge of the clinical team involved in research on work and development (CRTD - EA 4132). He is a guest speaker for various companies and talks about well-being in the workplace. On a scientific level, he attempts to follow in the footsteps of Lev Vygotski who opened up the way for new ideas in psychology in Russia in the 1920s, discussing topics about the development of activity in real-life situations.
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