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By Stedman Graham
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By Michel Gollac
Yves Clot est titulaire de l. a. chaire de psychologie du travail du CNAM. Il appartient au CRTD, laboratoire de référence sur les questions de santé au travail.
Michel Gollac a dirigé le laboratoire de sociologie quantitative du CREST. Il a présidé le collège d’expertise sur le suivi des risques psychosociaux au travail et codirigé le Groupe d’études sur le travail et los angeles souffrance au travail.