Assistant professor, Département de psychologie, Université Concordia
Département de psychologie
P : 514 848-2424 poste 5379
Andrew Ryder directs a research laboratory on the study of culture, health and personality at the Department of Psychology of Concordia University. He is also an associate researcher within a research group on culture and mental health at Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital. Andrew’s research is currently focused on the development of a cultural-clinical psychological approach which integrates cultural psychology and clinical psychology for the benefit of researchers and clinicians. Research on this approach has been conducted in Canada, in the US, in China, in Korea and in Russia in order to explore topics dealing with cultural aspects related to depression, anxiety and personality disorders. Andrew also conducts studies on complex multicultural identities developed by Montreal immigrants and more specifically the relationship of these identities with mental health. He has received a new researcher’s grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) (2009-2014).
Amiot, C. et Ryder, A. G. (2011). Capturing the processes involved in acculturation: An identity integration account. Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada (CRSH). Subventions de développement Savoir.