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Samira Moumne, B.A.

  • Program: School/Applied Child Psychology
  • Research Interests: emotion regulation, self-compassion, social cognition, motivation
  • E-mail address: samira.moumne@mail.mcgill.ca

Awards


  • 2013-2016 – Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Research Fellowship (SSHRC, $35,000/year;Held)
  • 2013-2016 – Fonds Québécois de la Recherché sur la Société et la Cultures, Bourse de Doctorat en Recherché (FRQSC, $20,000/year; Awarded)
  • 2013 – Graduate Excellence Fellowship, McGill University ($4000)
  • 2012-2013 – Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Masters Scholarship (SSHRC, $17,500)
  • 2012 – Travel Award, Education Graduate Student Society of McGill University ($250)
  • 2011 – Graduate Excellence Fellowship, McGill University ($6000)
  • 2008-2010 – McGill Dean’s Honour List

Publications


De Riggi, M.E., Moumne, S., Heath, N. L., Lewis, S. P. (2016). Non-suicidal self-injury in our schools: A review and research-informed guidelines for school mental health professionals. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 1-22.

Claro, A., Moumne, S., & Sferdenschi, C. (2012). Can rapid advances in genetics inform the practice of modern school psychology? School Psychology Forum: Research and Practice, 6(11),15-28.

Conferences


Moumne, S. L., Heath, N. L., Schaub, K., & Nixon, M. K. (2014, October). Understanding addictive features of non-suicidal self-injury: Findings from an adolescent community sample. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, San Diego, CA.

Moumne, S., Schaub, K., Heath, N. L., Mechutiuc, T., & Nixon, M. K. (2014, June). Deconstructing heterogeneity in non-suicidal self-injury: The clinical utility of self-reported addictive features. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury, ISSS, Chicago, IL.

Plint, G., Shapiro, A. J., & Moumne, S. (2014, May). The role of stress, parent attachment and peer relationships in NSSI use in LBGQ and non-LBGQ youth. Poster session accepted for presentation at the Development 2014 Conference, Ottawa, ON.

Gholamrezaei, M., Panaghi, L., Mirmohamadi, F., Moumne, S., & Heath, N. L. (2014, June). Non-suicidal self-injury among Iranian university students: Prevalence and characteristics. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury, Chicago, IL.

Shaw, Steven. R., Moumne, S., Khayutin, S., Shah, S., and Jankowska, A. (2013, July). Building resilience skills for students at high risk for school failure via meta-academic training. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association. Hawaii, USA.

Moumne, S., Claro, A., Stern M., Boulanger, M., Knoll, M., Shaw, S. R. (2012, July). Relations of self- and other- blame to subtypes of risky behaviors in at-risk adolescents. Poster presented at the annual conference of the International School Psychology Association. Montreal, Canada.

Moumne, S., Claro, A., Stern M., Knoll, M., Boulanger, M., Shaw, S. R. (2012, July). The relationship between inhibition, cognitive emotion regulation, and unsafe sexual practices in at-risk adolescents. Poster presented at the annual conference of the International School Psychology Association. Montreal, Canada.

Stern, M., Claro, A., Moumne, S., & Shaw, S. R. (2012, July). Understanding the influence of interpersonal and intrapersonal emotion regulation strategies on adolescents’ engagement in risky behaviors. Poster presented at the annual conference of the International School Psychology Association. Montreal, Canada.

Moumne, S., & Shaw, S.R. (June 2012). Examining the relationship between moral development stage and executive function skills in at-risk youth. Canadian Psychological Association.  Halifax, NS.

Stern, M., Glaser, S., Goldberg, D., Moumne, S., & Shaw, S. R. (2011, August). Socio-emotional competence and gestures in children with developmental disabilities. American Psychological Association. Washington, DC.

Moumne, S., Claro, A., Glaser, S., Chalupa, A., Jankowska, A., & Shaw, S.R. (2011, June). Fostering Meta-Academic Skills for Academic Achievement. Canadian Psychological Association. Toronto, ON.

Foa, C.L., Fitzpatrick, M., & Moumne, S. (2011, June). The evolutionary basis of values: a phenomenology of what gives life meaning. Canadian Psychological Association. Toronto, ON.

Glaser, S., Moumne, S., & Shaw, S. R. (2011, June). Stereotyped motor behaviors in children with autism and 22q13 deletion syndrome. Canadian Psychological Association. Toronto, ON.

Claro, A., Moumne, S., & Shaw, S. R. (2011, June). Understanding Risky Behavior Engagement Amongst At-Risk Students: Teaching Meta-Academic Skills Through the CN Adopt an Alouette Mentoring Program. Canadian Psychological Association. Toronto, ON.

Moumne, S., Czajkowska, Z., Wang, B., Khanna, M., Körner, A. (2011, May). The body map diary: Research tool and means for secondary prevention of melanoma. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology. Toronto, ON.

Körner, A., Moumne, S., Augustin, M., & Zschocke, I. (2011, May). Health behaviours of skin cancer patients in melanoma follow-up care. Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology. Toronto, ON.

Moumne, S., Mankovsky, T., Guttman, R., & Sullivan, M. (2011, April). The Relation Between Catastrophizing, Fear of Pain, and Repetition Induced Summation of Activity-Related Pain in a Non-Clinical Sample. Psychology McGill Department of Psychology Undergraduate Poster SessionMontreal, QC.

Moumne, S., Körner A., Czajkowska, Z., Radiotis, G., & Roberts, N. (2010, November). Cutaneous Melanoma: Psychosocial Predictors and Prevention through Early Detection. Segal Cancer Center. Montreal, QC.

Workshops


Moumne, S., Joly, M., De Riggi, M., Heath, N. L., & Roberts, E. (2014, November). Teachers identification of and initial response to non-suicidal self-injury. Oral presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Quebec Provincial Association of Teachers, Montreal, QC.

 
 

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