Fayant, Marie-Pierre

Marie-Pierre Fayant (MC)

Marie-Pierre Fayant

email : marie-pierre.fayant@parisdescartes.fr 
Tel : +33(0)1.76.53.30.37
Bureau/Office : 3051


Thèmes de recherche

Processus évaluatifs et auto-régulation :

  • Comparaison sociale, exclusion sociale
  • Auto-évaluation, formation d’impression, préjugés
  • Comportements d’approche et évitement

 

Responsabilités

Pédagogiques : directrice des études du master de Psychologie sociale : gestion des menaces sociales et environnementales
Scientifiques : co-responsable des séminaires du laboratoire de Psychologie sociale
 

Contrats de recherche

ANR ESPRIT
 

Publications

Articles dans des revues à comité de lecture

  1. Blaison, C., Fayant, M.-P., & Hess, U. (in press). Contrast Effect in Spatial Context: Robustness and Practical Significance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.
  2. Fayant, M.-P., Sigall, H. Lemonnier, A., Retsin, E., & Alexopoulos, T. (2017). On the Limitations of Manipulation Checks: An Obstacle Toward Cumulative Science. International Review of Social Psychology, 30(1), 125–130, DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/irsp.102
  3. Le Lec, F., Alexopoulos, T., Boulu-Reshef, B., Fayant, M-.P., Zenasni, F., Lubart, T., & Jacquemet, N. (2017). The « out-of-my-league » effect. Commentary on Maestripieri et al., Explaining financial and prosocial biases in favor of attractive people: Interdisciplinary perspectives from economics, social psychology, and evolutionary psychology. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 27-28. doi:10.1017/S0140525X16000534, e32
  4. Colpaert, L., Muller, D., Fayant, M.-P., & Butera, F. (2015) A Mindset of Competition versus Cooperation Moderates the Impact of Social Comparison on Self-Evaluation. Psychol. 6:1337. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01337
  5. Fayant M.-P., Muller, D., Hartgerink, C. H. J., & Lantian, A. (2014) Is ostracism by a despised outgroup really hurtful? A replication and extension of Gonsalkorale and Williams (2007). Social Psychology, 45, 489-494.
  6. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, T., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2011). Moving forward is not only a metaphor: Approach and Avoidance Lead to Self-Evaluative Assimilation and Contrast. Journal of Experimental and Social Psychology, 47, 241-245.
  7. Muller, D. & Fayant, M.-P. (2010). On being exposed to superior others: Consequences of self-threatening social comparison. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 4(8), 621-634.

Chapitres

  1. Antanassova, R., Quiamzade, A., Fayant, M.-P., & Mugny, G. (2017). Le conflit de compétences : Enjeux identitaires dans la confrontation entre pairs compétents. Confilts contructifs, Conflits Destructifs. C. Staerkle & F. Butera, Antipode : p 51-65.
  2. Muller, D., Fayant, M.-P., & Lastrego, S. (2011). Evaluation et comparaison sociale. L’évaluation, une menace ? F. Butera, C. Buchs., & C. Darnon. Presses Universitaires de France: 15 – 23. Download the paper

 

Communications

Communications orales dans des conférences internationales

  1. Nuel, I., Fayant, M.-P., & Alexopoulos, T. (2017). I approach therefore I am: Linking social information to the self via approach behavior. “18th EASP General Meeting”, Granada, July.
  2. Alexopoulos, T., Fayant, M.-P., Lemonnier, A., Retsin, E, & Sigall, H. (2017). On the necessity and usefulness of measures of independent variables to social psychology. “18th EASP General Meeting”, Granada, July.
  3. Fayant, M-.P., Sommet, N., Quiamzade, A., & Mugny, G. (2016). L’Effet Ascenseur S’Explique par une Réduction de la Menace de l’Auto-Evaluation. « 11ème Congrès International de Psychologie Sociale en Langue Française », Genève, Juin.
  4. Alexopoulos, T., Fayant, M-.P., Muller, D., & Ric., F. (2016). Impact de stimuli affectifs sur les réponses électromyographiques faciales et le ressenti conscient : rôle de la focalisation sur le soi. « 11ème Congrès International de Psychologie Sociale en Langue Française », Genève, Juin.
  5. Angel, V. & Fayant, M-P. (2014). Approach/avoidance: Theoretical confusions analysis as a function of self-regulation levels. “10ème Congrès International de Psychologie Sociale en Langue Française” (ADRIPS), Paris, August. (Discussant).
  6. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, T., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2014) Open path toward a superior other decreases the psychological distance: self-evaluative assimilation, self-inclusion, and self-construal. “17th EASP General Meeting”, Amsterdam, July.
  7. Angel, V. & Fayant, M-P. (2012). Approach/avoidance motivations and regulatory focus: Where are we? Empirical progress and theoretical confusions. “9ème Congrès International de Psychologie Sociale en Langue Française” (ADRIPS), Porto, July. (Discussant).
  8. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, T., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2011). Moving forward is not only a metaphor: Approach and Avoidance Lead to Self-Evaluative Assimilation and Contrast. “16th EASP General Meeting”, Stockholm, July.
  9. Muller, D. Fayant, M.-P., Lastrego, S., & Butera, F. (2011). From social facilitation to social comparison. “2011 European Association of Social Psychology (EASP)Self & Identity Preconference”, Stockholm, Sweden.
  10. Muller, D., Fayant, M.-P., Lastrego, S., & Butera, F. (2011). Combining Social Comparison and Social Facilitation: The Self-evaluation Threat Model. “2011 SPSP Self & Identity Preconference”, San Antonio, January.
  11. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Butera, F., & Pieramatteo, A. (2010). Being inferior to others: risk of social exclusion and discrepancy focus. “8ème Congrès International de Psychologie Sociale en Langue Française” (ADRIPS), Nice, August.
  12. Muller, D., Fayant, M.-P., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, T., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2010). Moving forward is not only a metaphor: Approach and Avoidance Lead to Self-Evaluative Assimilation and Contrast. “8ème Congrès International de Psychologie Sociale en Langue Française” (ADRIPS), Nice, August.

Communications orales dans des conférences nationales

  1. Nuel, I., Fayant, M.-P., & Alexopoulos, T. (2017). I approach therefore I am: Linking social information to the self via approach behavior. “14ème Colloque Jeunes Chercheurs en Psychologie Sociale” (ADRIPS), Paris Nanterre, June.
  2. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, T., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2012). How to transform threatening upward comparisons in inspiring ones: When approaching someone activates him/her as a self-goal.“Journées de Réflexion de la menace”, Paris, September.
  3. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, T., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2011). ‘I want to become like you!’ Approach others make them to become a self-goal. “10ème Colloque Jeunes Chercheurs en Psychologie Sociale” (ADRIPS), Aix en Provence, June.
  4. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Toutain, M., & Sénéchal, M. (2009). Does coaction lead to ruminations? Empirical supports to self-evaluative threat model. “9ème Colloque Jeunes Chercheurs en Psychologie Sociale” (ADRIPS), Aix en Provence, June.

Communications affichées dans des conférences internationales

  1. Fayant, M.-P., Quiamzade, A., & Mugny, G. (2017). Attribution processes in confrontation between high achievers. “18th EASP General Meeting”, Granada, July.
  2. Boissicat, N., Fayant, M.-P., Nurra, C., Muller, D. (2015). Social comparison in the classroom: an approach/avoidance mindset changes the impact of social comparison on self-evaluation and performance. “16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology”, Long Beach, February
  3. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Lantian, A., & Hartgerink, C. H. J. (2014). Is ostracism by a despised group really hurtful? A replication and extension of Gonsalkorale and Williams (2007). 15th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology”, Austin, February
  4. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, T., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2013). The self in the body, the self in context: how approaching and avoiding someone shapes one’s self-evaluation. 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology”, New Orleans, January.
  5. Muller, D., Colpaert, L., Lastrego, S., Fayant, M.-P., & Butera, F. (2013). Self-evaluation threat and attentional focusing: a competition/ cooperation mindset moderates the effect of social comparison on attentional focusing. 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology”, New Orleans, January.
  6. Fayant, M.-P., Alexopoulos, T., & Muller, D. (2012). The role of affective states on assimilation and contrast in social comparison effects. A study of joy and sadness. “9ème Congrès International de Psychologie Sociale en Langue Française” (ADRIPS), Porto, July.
  7. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, Alexopoulos, T., & Schwarz, N. (2012). Does being approached or avoided lead to assimilation and contrast? “13th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology”, San Diego, January.
  8. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, T., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2011). Moving forward is not only a metaphor: Approach and Avoidance Lead to Self-Evaluative Assimilation and Contrast. “12th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology”, San Antonio, January.
  9. Muller, D. & Fayant, M.-P. (2011). Do upward comparisons always decrease attentional resources? “12th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology”, San Antonio, January.
  10. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, T., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2011). Moving forward is not only a metaphor: Approach and Avoidance Lead to Self-Evaluative Assimilation and Contrast. Informal paper session. “Embodiement preconference”, San Antonio, January.

Séminaires et conférences invitées

  1. Fayant, M.-P. (2017) Evaluations in social interactions. Toward an embodies and situated view. Invited speaker, Center for Social and Cultural Psychology, Free University of Belgium, Bussels, Belgium, November.
  2. Fayant, M.-P., Nuel, I., & Alexopoulos, T. (2016) Approach behaviors and self-evaluation. Social Cognition Meeting, Université Grenoble Alpes, France, December.
  3. Fayant, M.-P. (2013). Threatening or inspiring upward comparisons. From attentional consequences to the role of taget perception Invited speaker, University of Geneva, Switzerland, November.
  4. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Lantian, A., & Hartgerink, C. H. J. (2013). Ostracism: To what extent does it affect us? From attentional consequences to the role of the source. “Rencontres inter-laboratoires”, University of Grenoble, France, September.
  5. Fayant, M.-P. (2013). Approach/avoidance and self-evaluation: Effect on self-perception and task investment. Invited speaker, University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, July.
  6. Fayant, M.-P. (2013). When approach/avoidance alter self-evaluation: A feeling-as-information theory perspective of approach/avoidance effects. Invited speaker, University Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defense, Paris, February.
  7. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C. (2011). Inspiring or threatening comparisons. Perceiving others as a standard or a goal.“Rencontres inter-laboratoires”, Geneva, September.
  8. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D. (2011). Comparing with better-off. When others are not standards but self-goals. “Journées d’échanges scientifiques Clermont-Ferrand/Grenoble-Chambéry”, Grenoble, June.
  9. Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, T., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2010). Moving forward is not only a metaphor: Approach and Avoidance Lead to Self-Evaluative Assimilation and Contrast. Social Events, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, September.
  10. Fayant, M.-P., & Muller, D. (2010). When you are better than me… Attention towards the self or the task. Social events, UNIL, Lausanne, June.
  11. Fayant, M.-P., & Muller, D. (2010). These threatening comparisons… How we process the comparison information Social events, University Paris Descartes, Paris, April.
  12. Fayant, M.-P., & Muller, D. (2010). Is upward comparison really threatening? An examination of mechanisms explaining performance. Social events, University Blaise Pascale, Clermont-Ferrand, January.
  13. Fayant, M.-P. & Muller, D. (2008). Social facilitation-inhibition: Confrontation of two theories. “Rencontres inter-laboratoires”, University of Grenoble, France, June.
  14. Muller, D., & Fayant, M.-P. (2008). The self-evaluation threat model: Attentional focusing or mere increase in effort? Invited speaker, University of Poitiers, June.

 

Enseignements

– Psychologie Sociale Expérimentale
– Cognition sociale : Attitudes et Préjugés, Comparaison sociale : Processus et Application, Impact du contexte social sur la performance
– Méthodologie expérimentale
– Méthodologie et Analyse de données

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