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Haut les masques ! Étude de l’impact psychomoteur du port du masque chez des enfants dans une classe de CM1

Abstract : Facial expressions are among the most important stimuli and occupy a central place in our social life. They automatically attract our attention and communicate a huge amount of information about the emotional state of the transmitter, about his/her social motivations and needs. Children use them all the time. But what happens when they are hidden behind a mask ? How to continue to distinguish our emotions ? It is in a class of CM1 (9-10 year-olds) that we decided to study the psychomotor impact of wearing a mask on the pupils.
In the specific context of the 2020-2021 school year, we have attempted, through several psychomotor tests and questionnaires, to observe the impact of having to wear this accessory in school. After identifying some of the consequences, by doing a qualitative and quantitative study, we set up workshops focusing on the expression of emotions. Our work as future psychomotor therapists was to try to find psychomotor adaptations to the wearing of masks in order to help pupils feel at home with this new accessory.
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Marine Roy, Inès Yezrour. Haut les masques ! Étude de l’impact psychomoteur du port du masque chez des enfants dans une classe de CM1. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03297160⟩

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