Claire BAUDRY is a full professor in the Department of Psychoeducation at the UQTR – Campus Québec. She has more than 15 years of experience in the evaluation of children’s cognitive development in a research setting and has provided funding to individuals and groups. Her research expertise focuses on the parent-child and more generally adult-child bond and on understanding the impact that this bond can have on the child’s cognitive, social and emotional development. Her recent work, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, has focused on the adjustment of gifted students and the adult-child relationship they have developed with their parents and teacher. Very involved since the beginning of the pandemic linked to COVID-19, she leads a project on the psychosocial and school adaptation of children aged 6-17 years, supervising two doctoral students and a bachelor student in a MITACS research internship financed by the Jasmin Roy Sophie Desmarais Foundation and the Fonds de Recherche Québécois. In this context, she actively participates in the dissemination of knowledge to the scientific community and the general public.