Philippe Cappeliez

philippe.cappeliez@uottawa.ca

Emeritus Professor, School of Psychology, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada

AFFILIATIONS:

  • International Reminiscence and Life Review (IIRLR)

EDUCATION:

  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, McGill University, Montreal (Qc)
  • Licence in Psychology, Faculty of psychology and sciences of education, Catholic University of Psychology of Leuwen, Belgium
  • Candidature in Psychology and in Sciences of Education, Faculty of psychology and sciences of education, University in Catholic Psychology of Leuwen, Belgium

AWARDS:

  • Robert Butler and Myrna Lewis Exemplar Research Award (awarded by the IIRLR)
  • Professor of the Year, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ottawa
  • Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and Ministère de l’Éducation Nationale et de la Culture Française, Belgique, doctoral scholarship/bourse doctorale.
  • H. Hoover Fund for the Relief of Belgium (Belgian-American Educational Foundation and Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique ( Belgium), doctoral Scholarship/bourse doctorale (declined/déclinée)

DISCIPLINE:

  • Psychology

HISTORY:

  • 29 years in psychology education

PRACTICE:

  • Psychology

AREAS OF RESEARCH INTERESTS:

  • Clinical Geropsychology
  • Health and Aging
  • Reminiscence and Autobiographical Memory

Complete list of Research

PRODUCTS:

P Cappeliez Complete Publication List

Publications:

  • Vézina, J., Cappeliez, P., & Landreville, P.  (2007).  Psychologie gérontologiqueThis link points to an external webpage and will open in a new browser window or tab..  Montréal : Gaëtan Morin éditeur-Chenelière Éducation. (232 pages)
  • Cappeliez, P., Landreville, P., & Vézina, J. (Éds.) (2000). Psychologie clinique de la personne âgéeThis link points to an external webpage and will open in a new browser window or tab.. Ottawa & Paris: Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa & Masson.
  • Cappeliez, P. (en préparation). La dépression. In P. Voyer (Dir.), Soins infirmiers aux aînés en perte d’autonomie. 2e édition. Saint-Laurent (Québec): Éditions du renouveau pédagogique.
  • Cappeliez, P. & Webster, J.D. (2011). Mneme and anamnesis: The contribution of involuntary reminiscences to the construction of a narrative self in older age. In G. Kenyon, E. Bohlmeijer, & W. L. Randall (Eds.), Storying later life:  Issues, investigations, and interventions in narrative gerontology. (pp. 177- 194). New York: Oxford University Press.

Manuscripts:

  • 1986; Normal aging and memory. University of Ottawa
  • 1985; Guidelines for the assessment of depression. University of Ottawa

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