Cyril Chariatte, assistant doctorant

Université de Neuchâtel
Institut de Psychologie du Travail et des Organisations
2e étage, bureau E225
Rue Emile-Argand 11
CH - 2000 Neuchâtel
Tel: 0041 32 718 1925
E-mail : cyril.chariatte@unine.ch




2016 - 2021 (jan) PhD student, University of Neuchâtel
2016 Formation de formateurs d'adultes, certificat FSEA (M1)
2016 M.Sc. Psychology, University of Neuchâtel
  (Master thesis has won the "Prix d'Excellence" for a high quality thesis)

Professional experience

Since 2018 Scientific collaborator, PH Bern
Since 2016 PhD student, University of Neuchâtel
2015 Student assistant (course " Leadership & Communication", Bachelor level), HEC, University of Lausanne
2014 HR employee, Bio-Rad Laboratories, DiaMed GmbH
2013 – 2014 Scientific collaborator, University of Neuchâtel
2013 Research student assistant, University of Neuchâtel and Fribourg
since 2011 Language teacher, ECM and SEC

Research interests

  • Occupational Health Psychology
  • Stress, Coping, Recovery
  • Resuming work in the evening / work-related activities in the evening
  • Vocational Training and Integration into the Labour Market


  • Chariatte, C. (2020). Providing Support to the Partner in Times of Work Stress: A Challenging Task for Dual-Earner Couples. the Occupational Health Psychologist, 17(1), 7-8
  • Meier, L.L., & Chariatte, C. (2017). Die Balance finden. Die traditionnellen Grenzen zwischen Arbeit und Privatleben verschwinden. Psychoscope, 5, 20-23.


  • Chariatte, C., & Meier, L.L. (2018). Effects of Work Stress on Spousal Support Providing: A Challenging Task for Dual-Earner Couples. Poster presented at the 13th conference of the European Academy of Organizational Health Psychology, Lisbon, 2018 (Best-Poster Award)


  • Chariatte, C. (2017). A Skill Called “Interpersonal Accuracy”: How a Correct Assessment of a Candidate’s Nonverbal Behavior Improves Hiring Decisions. Presentation part of the symposium called "The Process of Behavioral Adaptability in Social Interactions: From Interpersonal Accuracy to Positive Social Outcomes" presented at the 15th SPS SGP SSP, Lausanne, 2017