Rojo Romeo, A Fontana, L Pelissier, C
Psychology, health & medicine
Hospital residency is stressful, with a risk of burnout. To assess the prevalence of burnout in medical and surgical residents and identify psycho-organizational and medical risk factors with a view to prevention. A transverse study was conducted in France between September 2018 and November 2018, targeting 633 hospital residents. A self-administer...
RODON, Carole Chin, Jessie Chevalier, Aline
Health literacy (HL) is critical to find, understand and use health information for adopting appropriate health behavior, especially during a pandemic crisis in which people can be exposed to an overwhelming amount of information from different media. To this end, we conducted an online study to first validate the measure of COronaVIrus Disease app...
Background: The purpose of this study was to assess the prevalence of psychological distress in medical students during the COVID-19 health crisis and to identify factors associated with psychological distress. Methods: A cross-sectional observational study was presented to 1814 medical students (from first to sixth year) in a French university hos...
Grison, Elise Jaco, Amandine Afonso
Using new developments of interference paradigm, this paper addresses the raising question of the involvement of sensory-motor information in the construction of elaborate spatial models (Johnson-Laird in Mental models: towards a cognitive science of language, inference, and consciousness Cambridge University Press Cambridge, 1983). In two experime...
MARTI, Paul JALLAIS, Christophe KOUSTANAI, Arnaud Guillaume, Anne Mars, Franck
Driving Simulation Conference Europe 2021 VR, MUNICH, ALLEMAGNE, 14-/09/2021 - 17/09/2021 / International audience
Paire-Ficout, Laurence Lafont, Sylviane Hay, Marion Coquillat, Amandine Fabrigoule, Colette Chavoix, Chantal
The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
Many older drivers incorrectly estimate their driving ability. The present study aimed to determine whether, and if so, to what extent unawareness of cognitive abilities affects self-awareness of driving ability. Two successive studies were conducted in older drivers. A cohort study investigated cognitive self-awareness and an experimental study ex...
mascret, nicolas Nicolleau, Martin Martha, Cécile Naude, Claire Serre, Thierry RAGOT-COURT, Isabelle
Risk taking in driving is a major road safety issue. Understanding the individual psychological differences that may influence risk taking may contribute to better overcome its negative consequences. Recently, four achievement goals were highlighted in the driving domain: striving to drive well or to improve as much as possible (mastery-approach go...
MARIOTTE, Guilhem Leclercq, Ludovic GONZALEZ RAMIREZ, Humberto Krug, Jean BECARIE, Cécile
The development of Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS) with en-route navigation systems has opened the door to new traffic regulation policies such as collective route guidance based on social costs, i.e. routes that minimize total travel time. However, a critical element for their efficiency is the compliance of travelers with route recom...
Naredo Turrado, Juan Orriols, Ludivine Contrand, Benjamin Zins, Marie Salmi, Louis-Rachid Lafont, Sylviane Lagarde, Emmanuel
Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention
To assess crash risk and driving habits associated with chronic medical conditions among drivers entering old age. Prospective cohort study. French cohort GAZEL. 12 460 drivers in the analysis of road traffic crash, among whom 11 670 completed the follow-up period (2007-2014). We assessed driving cessation among 11 633 participants over the same pe...
PELISSIER, Carole LEMAITRE, Josephine MAROTTE, Hubert BONNETERRE, Vincent CHARBOTEL, Barbara DUTHEIL, Frédéric VERCHERIN, Paul FONTANA, Luc
Musculoskeletal complaints are now a growing health problemaffecting both adults and young people. Medical students aremore likely to be affected by increased workload in wards of hos-pitals, stress and long study hours leading sedentary life, duringthe period of their medical training.