Christine D. Roland-Lévy, PhD., is an habilitated Professor of Social Psychology, at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne in France, where she is part of the research Laboratory of Psychology: Cognition, Health, Society. In terms of research she focuses on the field of Applied Psychology (e.g. Economic psychology; Work and organizational psychology; Political Psychology). Her research recently focuses especially on risk and risk-taking as well as on psychosocial risk and well being in the work place. She has more than 150 scientific publications, among which she published 16 books. She serves on a number of Scientific Journals’ Editorial Teams.
She is the President of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) from June 2018 to July 2022. Besides being President of IAAP, she has also had the privilege of being President of two other international associations (International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, IAREP, 1997-1999; Children’s Identity & Citizenship European Association, CiCea, 2008-2010). She was the President of the Consortium of French Psychologists, an umbrella for all psychology associations in France (2010-2016), and the President of the French Association of Cross-Cultural studies (2010-2016). In addition, she was the Vice-President of the French National Council of Universities (2015-2019).
In 2005, she was granted the honorary title of knighthood of the Academic Palms and she was recently recognized as one of the few ‘Professors of Excellence’ (an exceptional award in France).