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Dr Lohyd Terrier

Dr Terrier intègre l'École hôtelière de Lausanne en 2008 en tant que Professeur Assistant en comportement organisationnel, avant d'être promu Professeur Associé en 2018. Titulaire d'un Master en psychologie du travail et des organisations et d'un Doctorat en psychologie sociale de l'Université de Provence, il dispense des cours dans les domaines suivants : comportement et performances, influence et leadership, psychologie organisationnelle, méthodes de recherche, psychologie sociale et relations interpersonnelles.

Dr Lohyd Terrier

Professeur Associé

PhD in Social Psychology, University of Provence
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  • Psychologie appliquée
  • Influence
  • Comportement organisationnel
  • Psychologie environnementale
Staff Lohyd Terrier
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  • Terrier, L., Rech, A., Marfaing, B. & Fernandez, S. (2018). How to deal with amotivated students? Using commitment to reduce amotivation as applied to hospitality training. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, 30(1), 11-18.
  • Kim, S., Fernandez, S. & Terrier, L. (2017). Procrastination, personality traits, and academic performance: When active and passive procrastination tell a different story. Personality and Individual Differences, 108, 154-157.
  • Terrier, L. (2017). Is big data in hospitality a game-changer? Ehotelier, 27 February 2017. Retrieved on https://ehotelier.com/insights/2017/02/27/big-data-hospitality-game-changer/
  • Fernandez, S., stosic, G. & Terrier, L. (2017). Does your résumé photograph tell who you are? Personality and Individual Differences, 104, 186-189.
  • Terrier, L., Kim, S. & Fernandez, S. (2016). Who are the good organizational citizens for the environment? An examination of the predictive validity of personality traits. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 48, 185-190.
  • Terrier, L. & Jaquinet, A.-L. (2016). Food–Wine Pairing Suggestions as a Risk Reduction Strategy: Reducing Risk and Increasing Wine by the Glass Sales in the Context of a Swiss Restaurant, Psychological Reports, 119(1), 174–180.
  • Terrier, L., & Marfaing, B., (2015). Using social norms and commitment to promote pro-environmental behavior among hotel guests, Journal of Environmental Psychology, 44, 10-15.
  • Terrier, L., & Marfaing, B., (2015). Using binding communication to promote conservation among hotel guests, Swiss Journal of Psychology, 74(3), 169-175.
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  • Terrier, L., Marfaing, B. & Boldi, M-O. (2013). Door-in-the-face: Is it really necessary that both requests be made by the same requester? Psychological Reports, 113(2), 1-8.
  • Laaroussi, S. & Terrier, L. (2012). Frequency and magnitude of emotional descriptors of hospitality customer reviews: an index validation. Proceedings of EuroCHRIE (pp. 212-225).
  • Terrier, L., Joule, R.V. & Marfaing, B. (2011). Requester’s acceptance and non-acceptance of the refusal of the initial request: How to improve the door-in-the-face effects ? Current Research in Social Psychology, 17(1), 1-9.
  • Sénémeaud, C., Somat, A., Terrier, L., & Noel, Y. (2008). Porte-au-nez et préférence pour la consistance : Quand les sujets à forte préférence pour la consistance ne reproduisent pas les effets de l’influence sociale. L’Année Psychologique, 108, 51-78.
  • Terrier, L. & Joule, R.V. (2008). La procédure de porte-au-nez : vers une interprétation motivationnelle. Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale, 77, 5-14.