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See detailIntentions d'implémentation et procrastination chez les étudiants.
Stassart, Céline ULg; Potdevin, Benoit; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg

in Évolutions sociales, innovations et politiques: Nouvelles questions et nouveaux enjeux pour la psychologie de la santé, Actes du Congrès de l’AFPSA, tome 2, (in press)

Introduction : La procrastination est définie comme une tendance à reporter ce qui est nécessaire pour atteindre un objectif. Ainsi, la procrastination concerne une intention qui ne se traduit pas en ... [more ▼]

Introduction : La procrastination est définie comme une tendance à reporter ce qui est nécessaire pour atteindre un objectif. Ainsi, la procrastination concerne une intention qui ne se traduit pas en action. L’intention d’implémentation se définit notamment à travers le désengagement face au problème, l’orientation vers les buts, et l’activation des ressources et cette étude examine la part explicative de ces trois dimensions dans le processus de procrastination. Méthodologie : Un échantillon de 197 étudiants ont complété les versions françaises du Solution Focused Inventory (SFI), et du Procrastination Assessment Scale for Students (PASS). Résultats : L’intention d’implémentation intervient dans 32% de la variance de la procrastination. Le désengagement face au problème et l’orientation vers les buts expliquent de manière significative la fréquence de procrastination.  Conclusion : Le processus de procrastination pourrait en partie être expliqué par manque d’intentions d’implémentation, plus particulièrement par une difficulté à se désengager du problème (tendance à être bloqué dans sa réflexion en se focalisant davantage sur les problèmes) et à s’orienter vers les buts (présenter des difficultés à mettre au point des plans d’action efficaces). [less ▲]

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See detailIs it possible to improve communication around radiotherapy delivery: A randomized study to assess the efficacy of team training?
Liénard, Aurore; Delevallez, France; Razavi, Darius et al

in Radiotherapy & Oncology (in press)

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See detailGestion du stress professionnel : sensibilisation aux processus psychologiques et outils de gestion dérivés
Brouette, Béatrice ULg; Stassart, Céline ULg; Dethier, Marie ULg et al

in Etienne, Anne-Marie; Bragard, Isabelle (Eds.) Evolutions sociales, Innovations et Politiques: nouvelles questions et nouveaux enjeux pour la psychologie de la santé. (2016, October)

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See detailCognitive processes across anxiety disorders related to intolerance of uncertainty: Clinical Review
Vander Haegen, Marie ULg; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg

in Cogent Psychology (2016), 3

Abstract: Objective: Being a relatively recent concept, the intolerance of uncertainty (IU) suffers from inconsistent definitions and conceptual overlap. The core objective of the study is to clarify its ... [more ▼]

Abstract: Objective: Being a relatively recent concept, the intolerance of uncertainty (IU) suffers from inconsistent definitions and conceptual overlap. The core objective of the study is to clarify its clinical manifestations and its involved cognitive processes. Method: The procedure is based on algorithms (equations of keywords) encoded simultaneously in databases (Scopus, PubMed, and PsycArticles). Results are filtered by the year (range of 10 years [2005–2015] because it is a recent concept) and the relevance of abstracts. Once the studies are appraised, results are categorized in two groups: studies which examine the IU in a clinical perspective (relations with one or several anxiety disorders) (cluster A) and those which measure the IU through a cognitive perspective (cognition, metacognition) (cluster B). Results: 66 results are retrieved: 50 results concern the cluster A and 16 examine the cluster B. The state of the IU varies between studies (e.g. predictor and mediator), which make comparisons difficult. Notwithstanding, the IU construct seems to be a broad transdiagnostic maintaining risk factor involved in a range of psychological disorders. Conclusion: This clustering supported that researchers and clinicians may benefit from incorporating IU within cognitive and computational research design and as a specific treatment target. [less ▲]

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See detailEtude pilote auprès de patientes atteintes d'un cancer du sein: Apport des méthodes alternatives.
Bragard, Isabelle ULg; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg; Faymonville, Marie-Elisabeth ULg et al

in Etienne, Anne-Marie; Bragard, Isabelle (Eds.) Evolutions Sociales, Innovations et Politiques: nouvelles questions et nouveaux enjeux pour la psychologie de la santé. (2016)

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See detailA comparison of a tablet version of the Quality of Life Systemic Inventory for Children (QLSI-C) to the standard paper version
Toucheque, Malorie ULg; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg; Missotten, Pierre ULg et al

in Psychological Assessment (2016), 28(6), 780-785

Integration of e-Health technologies for purposes of both assessment and intervention has recently become an interest area in pediatric psychology. The purpose of this study is to present psychometric ... [more ▼]

Integration of e-Health technologies for purposes of both assessment and intervention has recently become an interest area in pediatric psychology. The purpose of this study is to present psychometric characteristics of a technology-based (i.e., tablet administration) approach for measuring quality of life (QOL) in children. Eighty children (8-12 years) completed the Quality of Life Systemic Inventory for Children (QLSI-C) twice over a two-week delay, in a crossover design that used paper and tablet-based modes of administration. Equivalence of scores across methods was examined using Intraclass correlation coefficients (ICC), augmented by paired t-test and Pearson’s correlations. Test-retest reliability was assessed using paired t-test and Pearson’s correlations while internal consistency was assessed using Cronbach’s coefficient. Results showed a good concordance across methods of administration (ICCs = .72 to .91; r = .56 to .83). Paired t-test showed no significant differences between the tablet and paper version of the QLSI-C. Internal consistency reliability yielded acceptable Cronbach’s alphas for all QLSI-C scores, with all α >.70. Test-retest reliability for the tablet-administered QLSI-C was good (r = .66 to .90). Paired t-test showed no significant difference between time 1 and 2 for the QLSI-C scores, except for the state score. Findings established the reliability of the tablet-administered QLSI-C scores. This technology approach to assessment is more attractive for children, decreases time for administration, and enhances the ease of scoring. These advantages might encourage both clinicians and researchers to consider using e-Health developments in assessment in pediatric psychology. [less ▲]

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See detailEvolutions sociales, innovations et poliques. Nouvelles questions et nouveaux enjeux pour la psychologie de la santé
Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg; Bragard, Isabelle ULg

Book published by Editions des archives contemporaines (2016)

Le 8e Congrès de l’Association francophone de psychologie de la santé s’est déroulé à l’Université de Liège, du 15 au 17 décembre 2014. Trois grands thèmes y ont été développés : les évolutions sociales ... [more ▼]

Le 8e Congrès de l’Association francophone de psychologie de la santé s’est déroulé à l’Université de Liège, du 15 au 17 décembre 2014. Trois grands thèmes y ont été développés : les évolutions sociales, les innovations et les politiques, dans le domaine de la psychologie de la santé. Ce congrès a également permis la production de cet ouvrage qui se subdivise en sept parties : « Enfant, famille et santé » ; « Psycho-oncologie » ; « Santé au travail » ; « Vieillissement et santé » ; « Maladies chroniques » ; « Risques en santé et éducation thérapeutique » ; « Émotion et santé ». Les différents articles présentés rendent compte de la diversité des approches conceptuelles et méthodologiques qui constituent l’identité de la psychologie de la santé francophone. [less ▲]

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See detailHealth capability of family caregivers: how different factors interrelate and their respective contributions using a Bayesian approach
Bucki, Barbara; Spitz, Elisabeth; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg et al

in BMC Public Health (2016), 16(1), 364

Background: The lifestyles of family caregivers pose risks to their physical, mental and social health. The capability to stay healthy may be protective in the context of poor socioeconomic conditions and ... [more ▼]

Background: The lifestyles of family caregivers pose risks to their physical, mental and social health. The capability to stay healthy may be protective in the context of poor socioeconomic conditions and risk behaviours, but the interrelations between its aspects and their respective influences remain unclear. The aim of this study was to evaluate the interrelations between the factors comprising health capability of family caregivers (HCFC) and the respective contributions of its components. Methods: All stroke patients admitted to all hospitals in Luxembourg were identified by the ‘Inspection Générale de la Sécurité Sociale’ using the national database system for care expenditure reimbursement, and asked to designate the main person caring for them. Sixty-two caregivers (mean age 59.3 years; 40 women and 22 men) responded face to face, to a questionnaire including 20 items measuring eight aspects of health capability (physical functioning, psychological functioning, lifestyle value, self-efficacy towards the use of health services, family support, social capital, material conditions/sense of security, and satisfaction with the interactions with health services). Using a Bayesian approach, significance values were estimated by comparing the test values to the posterior distribution of the parameters. Structural equation modelling with standard deviations was applied. Results: Female family caregivers had lower scores than men in physical and psychological functioning. Family caregivers with the lowest incomes had the least lifestyle value, social capital and material conditions/security. Self-efficacy towards health services increased with age. The material conditions/sense of security factor was positively correlated with almost all the others. The items that impacted health capability factors the most were - for physical functioning – atigue, and - for family support - feeling abandoned by the family. Conclusions: During the chronic phase, relationships between risk behaviours can help guide social and health decision-makers to determine their priorities in improving the lives of family caregivers. Enhancing health capability involves implementing programs that relieve family caregivers physically, and foster family networking around the person being cared for. Special attention should also be paid to the socially disadvantaged in order to fight inequalities in health capability. [less ▲]

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See detailVALIDATION OF THE FRENCH VERSION OF THE PARENTING STRESS INDEX–SHORT FORM (FOURTH EDITION)
Toucheque, Malorie ULg; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg; Stassart, Céline ULg et al

in Journal of Community Psychology (2016), 44(4), 419-425

Introduction: The Parenting Stress Index (PSI) is widely used to measure stress related to the demands of parenthood. Unfortunately, no French adaptation and validation of the PSI Short Form (Fourth ... [more ▼]

Introduction: The Parenting Stress Index (PSI) is widely used to measure stress related to the demands of parenthood. Unfortunately, no French adaptation and validation of the PSI Short Form (Fourth Edition) had yet been published. This study examine the factor structure and the psychometric properties of the French translation of the PSI-4-SF. Method: Sample consists of 210 parents of children aged 5 to 12 years old. Factor structure of the PSI-4-SF was investigated using confirmatory factor analysis (CFA). Three models were tested, with one, two and three dimensions. Internal consistency reliability and validity were also examined. Results: CFA showed that the original three-factor solution most closely approximated our data despite the imperfection of the model fit indices. Results also indicated a good internal consistency reliability and validity. Conclusion: The French version of the PSI-4-SF shows promise as a valuable instrument for assessing parenting stress in the French-speaking population. [less ▲]

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See detailEmotional distress in Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis: using the Common-Sense Model of Self-Regulation to understand the role of illness perception and coping strategies
Toucheque, Malorie ULg; Stassart, Céline ULg; Duncan, Christina et al

Conference (2015, November 19)

Background: The common sense model of self-regulation (CSM) provides a framework for understanding the connection between emotions, thoughts and behaviors in people experiencing illness. However, most of ... [more ▼]

Background: The common sense model of self-regulation (CSM) provides a framework for understanding the connection between emotions, thoughts and behaviors in people experiencing illness. However, most of model in health psychology, including the CSM, were initially addressed to adult patients. Objective: This study examines the traditional conceptualization of the CSM where coping act as a mediator of the relation between illness perception and emotional distress in a pediatric population with chronic disease, namely Cystic Fibrosis (CF). Method: Using a cross-sectional design, 38 children with CF aged between 8 and 12 years participated in the study. All children were asked to complete: the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Children (STAIC), the Children’s Depression Inventory (CDI), the Kidcope and the Children’s Illness Perception Questionnaire (CIPQ). A composite score labelled “emotional distress” including scores of anxiety and depressive symptoms were created. Results: Illness perception predicted emotional distress (Timeline: β = .43; t = 2.835; p = .007; Consequences: β = .50; t = 3.429; p = .002; Control: β = .18; t = 1.088; p = .284). As regard with coping strategies, only emotional outburst and distraction predicted emotional distress (emotional outburst: β = .48; t = 3.241; p = .003; distraction: β = .32; t = 2.038; p = .049). However, there were no relation of illness perception subscales with emotional outburst and distraction. Therefore, the mediational role of coping strategies between illness perception and emotional distress could not be tested. Conclusion: Findings did not confirm the original conceptualization of coping as a mediator suggesting that the CSM needs to be adapted when applied with a pediatric population. Even though young children are able to think before acting (i.e. Piaget’s work), future research should explore the possibility that cognitions and actions exist at the same level and can independently impact adjustment outcomes. [less ▲]

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See detailRelationship between parental anxiety and child anxiety sensitivity in a nonclinical sample.
Stassart, Céline ULg; Toucheque, Malorie ULg; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg

Conference (2015, November)

Anxiety sensitivity (AS) is defined as the fear of anxiety-related sensations due to the belief that these sensations could lead to harmful physical, psychological or social consequences. Some authors ... [more ▼]

Anxiety sensitivity (AS) is defined as the fear of anxiety-related sensations due to the belief that these sensations could lead to harmful physical, psychological or social consequences. Some authors examined the contribution of parental factors to child's AS. However, little is known about the relation between parental anxiety and child’s AS, particularly in non-clinical samples. AS being an important risk factor in anxiety, it seems important to understand how AS develops without existing psychopathology in order to act preventively. Moreover, another concern is the little consideration of father, most studies having investigated mother's contribution. This study examined the contribution of mothers’ and fathers’ anxiety to the development of four dimensions of AS in children: physical concerns, mental incapacity concerns, social concerns and losing control concerns. Our sample included 200 non-clinical Belgian children (105 girls) aged 9 to 13 years, 200 mothers and 200 fathers. Children completed the Children Anxiety Sensitivity Index (CASI) whereas parents completed the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI). The regression analysis revealed that mother and father’s anxiety significantly predicted child’s AS, but in a different way. Mother’s anxiety was positively associated with physical concerns (b = .06, p = .015) and mental incapacity concerns (b = .03, p = .020). Father’s anxiety was negatively associated with physical concerns (b = -.06, p = .018) and losing control concerns (b = -.03, p = .020). Women appear to express their anxiety with more intensity and to be more concerned with the unpleasant emotional, physical, and mental experiences of anxiety while men seem to express their anxiety with less intensity and more control. Without existing pathology, mothers and fathers could thus propose a different model of expression of anxiety symptoms. These gender differences, when observed by children, could lead different beliefs about consequences of anxiety-related sensations. [less ▲]

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See detailLa perception d'iniquité et les besoins psychosociaux des conjoints de personnes atteintes d'un cancer : quelle prise en charge TCC est efficace?
Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg; Grégoire, Charlotte ULg; Wagener, Aurélie ULg et al

Scientific conference (2015, May)

Introduction : Dans un couple, le développement d’un cancer chez un des partenaires peut être source de déséquilibre dans leur relation qui mènera à la perception d’iniquité. L’équilibre d’une relation ... [more ▼]

Introduction : Dans un couple, le développement d’un cancer chez un des partenaires peut être source de déséquilibre dans leur relation qui mènera à la perception d’iniquité. L’équilibre d’une relation dépend de deux facteurs généraux : l’investissement et les bénéfices, subdivisés eux-mêmes en sous-investissement / surinvestissement et sous-bénéfice / sur-bénéfice. En oncologie, le sous-investissement est principalement ressenti par les patients qui ont l’impression de ne pas apporter suffisamment de soutien à leur partenaire sain. À l’opposé, le surinvestissement est généralement ressenti par les partenaires sains qui ont l’impression de s’investir trop dans la relation. De même les patients ont l’impression de recevoir une quantité de support et de récompenses supérieure à ce qu’ils méritent, un sur-bénéfice alors que pour le proche il s’agit plutôt du sentiment de sous-bénéfice, c’est-à-dire, la sensation de recevoir trop peu de support et de récompenses dans la relation (Cf. Ybema & al., 2001 ; Kuijer, R. & al., 2004 ; Pinkert, C. & al., 2013). Méthodologie : Dans l’étude 1, 37 conjoints sont répartis aléatoirement (GE versus GC) ; dans l’étude 2, 23 couples sont randomisés en 2 groupes (GE vs GC). Avant et après l’intervention, tous complètent différents questionnaires psychologiques. L’étude 1 compare l’efficacité de la combinaison de deux méthodes d’action «hiérarchisation des besoins psychosociaux et résolution de problème» (Groupe expérimental, GE) à l’utilisation d’une seule : la hiérarchisation (Groupe contrôle, GC); elle vise une diminution du sentiment d’iniquité chez le conjoint. L’étude 2 évalue si la combinaison produit des résultats différents selon que le conjoint est accompagné du patient (Groupe expérimental, GE) ou non (Groupe contrôle, GC) ; elle vise une diminution du sentiment d’iniquité à la fois chez le conjoint et le patient. Résultats : Dans l’étude 1, les comparaisons indiquent une diminution du nombre de besoins psychosociaux importants et insatisfaits chez les conjoints du GE (F = 9.08 ; p = .006) mais une absence de prédominance d’une des deux dimensions de la perception d’iniquité sur l’autre. Dans l’étude 2, 57% des conjoints rapportaient une expérience positive (bienfaits du dialogue, changement comportemental) mais celle-ci est davantage rapportée dans le GC que dans le GE. Les résultats indiquent une amélioration de la satisfaction liée au besoin sélectionné (F = 19,94 ; p = .000) mais pas de diminution significative de la détresse (F = 2,44 ; p = .135). Le sentiment de sous-investissement et de sur-bénéfice ressenti par les patients a diminué après l’intervention (F = 9,02 ; p = .007), bien que l’on ne note aucune différence significative entre les groupes. Les patients du GE observent par ailleurs une diminution de leur sentiment de sous-investissement ainsi qu’une diminution des réactions aidantes du conjoint, à l’inverse dans le GC (F = 7,80 ; p = .012). Conclusion : Les interventions TCC proposées ont un effet positif : pour le conjoint sur la satisfaction relative à un besoin précis, pour le patient sur le comportement de l’aidant et son sentiment d’iniquité. Néanmoins, la présence du patient n’a pas constitué une plus-value. [less ▲]

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See detailEvaluation of the effectiveness of simulation of cardiac arrhythmias in children
Bragard, Isabelle ULg; Seghaye, Marie-Christine ULg; Baugnon, Thomas et al

Poster (2015, May)

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