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Numéros de revues
Gonzalez, S., Skogmyr Marian, K., Volpin, L., Gfeller, F., Bietti, L., & Bangerter, A. (Eds.). (2018). Conference proceedings of the Young Researchers conference of the Centre for Research on Social Interactions (CRSI-YR): Travaux NEuchâtelois de Linguistique 68.
   
Chapitres de livres
Gfeller, F. (2019). Changing one’s foodway: Creativity as repositioning. In I. Lebuda, & V. P. Glaveanu (Eds.) Palgrave Handbook of Social Creativity Research. (pp. 335-352). London: Palgrave.
   
Gfeller, F. (2017). Imagination as embodied activity? Combining Zittoun’s imaginary loop model with Schuetz’ provinces of meaning. In G. Sullivan, J. Cresswell, B. Ellis, M. Morgan, & E. Schraube (Eds.) Resistance and renewal in theoretical psychology. (pp. 136-144). Concord: Captus Press Inc.
   
Articles de périodiques
Gfeller, F. (2019). “It’s Still an Animal That Died for Me.” Responsibility and Meat Consumption. Europe's Journal of Psychology, 15(4), 733-753.
   
Gfeller, F., Gonzalez, S., Skogmyr Marian, K., & Volpin, L. (2018). Introduction. Travaux NEuchâtelois de Linguistique, 68, 1-6.
   
Volpin, L., Skogmyr Marian, K., Gfeller, F., Gonzalez, S., & Bangerter, A. (2017). Young researchers conference of the Centre for Research on Social Interactions. Conference report. Studies in Communication Sciences, 17(2), 263-270.
   
Gfeller, F. (2015). Trajectoires créatives d'aïkidokas: faire des loops en jouant avec les normes. Cahiers de psychologie et éducation, Université de Neuchâtel, 51, 27-39.
   
Gfeller, F. (2015). Explorer des réalités et créer des possibilités. La pratique de l’aïkido considérée sous l’angle de la psychologie socio-culturelle : créativité, imagination et corps. Dossiers de psychologie (Université de Neuchâtel), 73, 1-115.
   
Gfeller, F. (2014). Note de lecture : Terrain au sein du mouvement des sans-terre au Brésil. Cahiers de psychologie et éducation (Université de Neuchâtel), 50, 15-20.
   
Thèses
Gfeller, F. (2020). Positioning processes around vegetarianism : a psychological study of change in foodways from a socio-cultural perspective, Doctorat, Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel.
   
Working papers
Gfeller, F., Hofer, M., & Jounot, L. (2014). Analyse du film Shahada: travail de sens et de frontières autour de l'Islam. In T. Zittoun & J. Dahinden (Eds.), Working paper MAPS. Usages de la religion: une approche interdisciplinaire (pp.6-27). Maison d'Analyse des Processus Sociaux, Université de Neuchâtel.
   
Présentations
Gfeller, F. (2019). “I have the feeling that we never do well enough”. Positioning in a landscape of normative discourses. Presented at ISTP Conference 2019, Copenhagen, DK.
   
Gfeller, F. (2019). “I don’t want to give money to these people.” Responsibility in positioning towards meat production. Presented at ISCAR Regional Conference, Ioannina, Greece.
   
Gfeller, F. (2018). “…and then I think I’m eating an animal that was alive”: Animals as absent others and potential food. Presented at International Dialogical Self Conference, Braga, Portugal.
   
Gfeller, F., & Iannaccone, A. (2017). Agency in the kitchen: learning to cook without meat. Presented at Symposium “Agency and materiality” (organizers: F. Gfeller & A. Rajala). 45th Congress of The Nordic Educational Research Association “Learning and education – material conditions and consequences”, Copenhagen, Denmark.
   
Gfeller, F. (2017). Understanding change in food habits through the notion of trajectory: a place for the subject in the change. Presented at Symposium “Trajectories – an exploration in sociocultural issues” (organizer: Prof. T. Zittoun). Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP) 2017 “The Ethos of Theorizing”, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan.
   
Gfeller, F. (2017). Creativity and food: Using Benson’s theory of self as locative system to analyze change in foodways. Presented at Symposium “Participatory creativity and lifelong development” (organizer: Prof. M. H. Hanson). Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP) 2017 “The Ethos of Theorizing”, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan.
   
Gfeller, F. (2017). Do I have the right to kill in order to eat? Values in vegetarianism and its study. Presented at Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP) 2017 “The Ethos of Theorizing”, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan. - Fulltext https://libra.unine.ch/Publications/37361 (State: 2021-05-10).
   
Gfeller, F. (2017). Trajectories of food habits: Understanding change from a subjective perspective. Presented at Symposium “Trajectories of Living: Studying Change in a Sociocultural Perspective” (organizers: C. de Saint-Laurent & L. Liechti). SSP/SGP 2017 Congress, Université de Lausanne.
   
Convertini, J., Gfeller, F., Iannaccone, A., & Perret-Clermont, A. N. (2017). Construire sa place dans une activité collective entre enfants. Presented at Annual Congress of SSRE, Fribourg, Switzerland.
   
Gfeller, F. (2016). Vegetarianism or seeking the right foodway: moral standpoints in dialogue. Presented at Ninth International Conference on the Dialogical Self, Lublin, Poland.
   
Gfeller, F. (2016). Developping one's particular foodway. A quest for harmony nourrished by diversities. Presented at Diversity in Harmony. The 31st International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan. - Fulltext https://libra.unine.ch/Publications/34209 (State: 2021-05-10).
   
Gfeller, F. (2015). Croquer le monde à pleines dents. Une approche psychologique socio-culturelle de l’alimentation. Presented at Studio, rencontre hebdomadaire des chercheurs de l’Institut de psychologie et éducation, Université de Neuchâtel.
   
Gfeller, F. (2015). Présentation du projet de thèse: « Croquer le monde à pleines dents. Une approche psychologique socio-culturelle de l’alimentation ». Presented at Studio, rencontre hebdomadaire des chercheurs de l’Institut de psychologie et éducation, Université de Neuchâtel.
   
Gfeller, F. (2015). Exploring possibilities during martial art training: Imagination as an embodied activity?. Presented at Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP) 2015 “Resistance and Renewal”, Coventry, UK.
   
Gfeller, F. (2015). Thinking food and changing practices. Presented at Cultural Psychology Network Meeting, Belgrade.
   
Gfeller, F. (2015). Analyse des interactions dans la pratique de l’aïkido. Presented at Journée inaugurale de l’école doctorale du CRIS (Centre de Recherche en Interactions Sociales), Université de Neuchâtel.
   
Gfeller, F. (2014). Explorer des réalités et créer des possibilités. La pratique de l'aïkido considérée sous l'angle de la psychologie socio-culturelle: créativité, imagination et corps. Presented at Studio, rencontre hebdomadaire des chercheurs de l’Institut de psychologie et éducation, Université de Neuchâtel.
   
 
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