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Prévenir les radicalisations violentes : de nouvelles pistes fondées sur les recherches en psychologie positive

Abstract : Our thesis is an interdisciplinary work (educational sciences - psychology) which aims to study whether mental health education can prevent violent radicalization. We then assume that meditation both could develop psychosocial skills and indicators relating to the openminded model as well as connection to nature and cognitive flexibility and therefore decrease indicators of closure. of spirit like dogmatism, mental rigidity or emotional cutoff. In this perspective, we have carried out three empirical studies: the first is of the relational type aiming at the evaluation of the impact of the “connected” meditation program while the second and the third study two other programs including meditation. The results were significant in the first study at the level of focus on details and connection to nature, while they were significant in the third study at the level of connection to nature, responsibility and dogmatism. Knowing that for the last two variables, the observed difference goes in the opposite direction of our assumptions. Our research result could be a starting point for other projects to promote mental health and foster open-mindedness.
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Ilyas Mazani. Prévenir les radicalisations violentes : de nouvelles pistes fondées sur les recherches en psychologie positive. Education. Université de Limoges, 2021. Français. ⟨NNT : 2021LIMO0093⟩. ⟨tel-03550604⟩

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