Julie Gosselin is Professor in the Department of Psychoeducation and Psychology at UQO. Her approach brings a feminist lens to family research, focusing on psychosocial adjustment to multiple family transitions, stereotypes associated with parental roles and gendered and parental issues in emerging family contexts. She is also interested in research topics pertaining to clinical psychology training, especially the professional training of clinical supervisors. She holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Université de Montréal.
Gosselin, N. Bedford, S., & Gosselin, J. (2020). Facilitators of maternal affective attachment bonds in various family contexts: a systematized review of the literature, Marriage & Family Review. ONLINE FIRST: https://doi.org/10.1080/01494929.2020.1737618
Valiquette-Tessier, S.-C., Gosselin, J., Thomassin, K. & Young, M. (2019). A literature review of cultural stereotypes associated with motherhood and fatherhood, Marriage & Family Review, 55 (4), 299-324.
Gosselin, J., Vandette, M.-P., Valiquette-Tessier, S.-C. & Gosselin, N. (2018). Raising children in heterosexual and same-sex families: French-Canadian women’s shared maternal experiences, Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 59 (7), 555-573.
Hadfield, K., Amos, M., Ungar, M., Gosselin, J., & Ganong, L. (2018). Do changes to family structure affect child and family outcomes? A systematic review of the instability hypothesis, Journal of Family Therapy & Review, 10 (1), 87-110.
Gosselin, J. & Gosselin, N. (2016). Women’s maternal experiences in Canadian stepfamilies: An exploratory study, Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 57 (6), 389-410.
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