Isabelle Roskam is professor of Developmental Psychology at the Catholic University
of Louvain. Her research is in the field of parenting and child development, in
particular social development. Her studies aim at understanding how and to what extent
parenting and the quality of the relationships within the family influence behavioral
issues in young children. She has also worked as clinician for 10 years in the
universitary clinic saint-Luc in Brussels.
Current research activities:
H2M research program (coordinator I. Roskam):
"Religious fundamentalism, dogmatism, and
radicalisms: internal dynamics and social regulation" (coordinator V. Saroglou):
The transition to parenthood: http://www.uclouvain.be/devenir-parent.html.
International Parenting Study (coordinator: A. Fauchier): http://pubpages.unh.edu/~mas2/IPS.htm
Attachment in Adopted Adolescents Research Network (coordinator: B. Pierrehumbert)
International validation of the Personality Inventory (PID-5) in the context of the publication of the DSM-V (Coordination APA)