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See detailEtude exploratoire de l’hyper-réflexivité schizophrénique au test de Rorschach
Englebert, Jérôme ULg; Bataille, Jennifer; Mormont, Christian ULg et al

Poster (2015, August 28)

L’hyper-réflexivité schizophrénique peut être définie comme une attitude particulière de la conscience consistant à interroger de façon explicite et réflexive des phénomènes généralement implicites et ... [more ▼]

L’hyper-réflexivité schizophrénique peut être définie comme une attitude particulière de la conscience consistant à interroger de façon explicite et réflexive des phénomènes généralement implicites et préréflexifs (Sass, 2014). Notre hypothèse est que ce mécanisme se manifeste dans les protocoles du test de Rorschach des sujets schizophrènes (Englebert, 2013). Pour l’éprouver, nous avons administré le test à douze sujets schizophrènes. L’originalité de cette recherche repose sur une seconde présentation des planches (trois jours plus tard) qui a permis d’évoquer avec les sujets la permanence de leurs perceptions et de discuter de l’acception commune de celles-ci (pensez-vous que la plupart des autres personnes pourrait voir ce que vous voyez ?). Les résultats confirment notre hypothèse, tant au niveau quantitatif (les marqueurs de l’hyper-réflexivité que nous avions identifiés se retrouvent dans la majorité des protocoles) que qualitatif (phrases suggérant une interrogation épistémologique du test, par exemple). Enfin, nous remarquerons que l’attitude schizophrénique envers le test de Rorschach est assez subtile puisqu’elle identifie le fondement épistémologique du test reposant sur la nécessité d’une fausse perception – une « violation de la réalité » selon Exner (2003). Les sujets schizophrènes mettent en évidence la règle implicite sur laquelle repose le test qui consiste à ne pas donner la seule véritable bonne réponse (systématique) au test qui est « une tache ». [less ▲]

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See detailEtude de la personnalité borderline au test de Rorschach
Englebert, Jérôme ULg; Rommes, Jennifer; Mormont, Christian ULg et al

Conference (2015, August 28)

Nous étudions les manifestations psychologiques au test de Rorschach de sujets présentant un diagnostic de trouble de la personnalité borderline. Dans la continuité des études de Mormont (1969) et Mihura ... [more ▼]

Nous étudions les manifestations psychologiques au test de Rorschach de sujets présentant un diagnostic de trouble de la personnalité borderline. Dans la continuité des études de Mormont (1969) et Mihura (2006), nous avons administré le test à 15 sujets selon les recommandations du Système Intégré. Nos résultats indiquent les tendances spécifiques suivantes : une affectivité qui tend à être extratensive ou ambiéquale (86,7% des sujets), une proportion élevée de réponses couleur/forme (80%), un nombre élevé d’abstractions (66,7%), un nombre important de réponses « agressives » (80%) et « morbides » (86,7%). Une altération variable du testing de la réalité apparait pour chaque protocole. Notons la présence importante (80%) de références personnelles (PER). Signalons également la présence constante de termes particuliers dans le verbatim : énonciation de la couleur rouge (sang, amour), caractère dysphorique de certaines réponses (monstrueux, diabolique), ainsi que des perceptions duales (le bien/le mal). En conclusion, notre étude suggère que le Rorschach en Système Intégré, repérant en première approche des éléments psychologiques que l'on peut raisonnablement mettre en rapport avec la sémiologie clinique et la théorie des personnalités borderlines, l'approfondissement de la recherche peut laisser espérer une meilleure compréhension de ce trouble complexe. [less ▲]

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See detailLa consultation psychologique dans l’indication d’une prothèse pénienne : une expérience originale de complémentarité médicopsychologique
Mormont, Christian ULg; ANDRIANNE, Robert ULg

in Andrologie : Journal Officiel de la Société d'Andrologie de Langue Française (2012), 22

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See detailLa victime et l'expertise
Mormont, Christian ULg

in Jacobs, Ann; Lauwaert, K. (Eds.) Le droit des victimes (2010)

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See detailLes facteurs prédictifs de récidive en matière de criminalité sexuelle
Mormont, Christian ULg

in Bessoles, Philippe (Ed.) Criminalité et récidive (2007)

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See detailLes effets indésirables des interventions 'psychothérapeutiques' en psychotraumatologie
Mormont, Christian ULg

in Revue Francophone du Stress et du Trauma (2006), 6(2), 114-116

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See detailRorschach et identité sexuelle
Mormont, Christian ULg; Burdot, Frédéric ULg; Michel, Aude

in Bulletin de Psychologie (2006), 59

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See detailPédophilie, images parentales, TAT
Mormont, Christian ULg; Cornet, Jean-Philippe; Massant, Virginie

in Forensic (2005), 22

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See detailPenile prosthesis, sexual satisfaction and representation of male erotic value
Kempeneers, Philippe ULg; Andrianne, Robert ULg; Mormont, Christian ULg

in Sexual & Relationship Therapy (2004), 19(4),

A follow-up study conducted among 39 implanted patients and 30 partners shows that subjects' satisfaction towards prosthetic-sexulaity depends on their representation of male erotic value. The less ... [more ▼]

A follow-up study conducted among 39 implanted patients and 30 partners shows that subjects' satisfaction towards prosthetic-sexulaity depends on their representation of male erotic value. The less satisfied patients are sensitive to a normative representation that associates erotic value to criteria of "sponataneity", "naturalness", "tall an non-assisted erections". Their main dissatisfaction likely derives from the insufficiency of a prosthetic solution to restore a male self-image based on such criteria. This induces a more important impact on satisfaction rates than do functional problems (e.g. difficulties in manipulating the device, unwanted deflations, uncomfortable sensations). These patients also show an attribution bias consisting in attributing erroneously the same dissatisfaction and negative attitude towards prosthetic sexuality to their partner. Therfore, in addition to surgery, a psychosexual support is necessary to modify erotic representations and to improve the communication between the partners in order to increase sexual satisfaction with prosthesis-assisted sexuality [less ▲]

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See detailL'intervention psychologique auprès des victimes : questions éthiques
Mormont, Christian ULg

in Courrier de l'Ethique Médicale (2004), 4(1), 24-25

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See detailValutazione del transessualismo primario e secondario tramite il Rorschach comprehensive system
Porcelli, P.; Affatati, V.; Michel, Alexa ULg et al

in Psicologia Medica e Psicoterapia (2004), 23

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See detailComposantes psychologiques des plaintes relatives à la taille du pénis après implantation d'une prothèse pénienne
Kempeneers, Philippe ULg; Andrianne, Robert ULg; Mormont, Christian ULg et al

in Sexologies (2004), 13(47), 26-29

A survey questionnaire completed by 39 users of penile prosthesis shows that complaints related to the size of the implanted penis involve a decrease in satisfaction towards the prosthetic device. However ... [more ▼]

A survey questionnaire completed by 39 users of penile prosthesis shows that complaints related to the size of the implanted penis involve a decrease in satisfaction towards the prosthetic device. However, a reduced penile size is not necessary considered as a problem by all patients. Beyond functional considerations, the disappointment concerning the length of the penis is mostly related to the representation of a virility debased by the notions of artifice and assistance which are associated to the penile implant. Strong correlations are actually reported between a lower satisfaction, complaints related to the length of the implanted penis, feelings of shame, a lower self-esteem due to the idea of an "artificial virility" and a trend to attribute a negative attitude towards penile implant to the partner. On the whole, these variables appear to be the expression of a global castration experience that makes the psychosexual assimilation of the prosthesis rather precarious. This castration experience is derived from a certain representation of male erotic quality which requires long, natural and spontaneous erections. From this point of view, the injurious impact of reduced erections seems inseparable from an injurious representation of prosthetic sexuality globally perceived as a “parodic”, “reduced” virility. It is remarkable that none of these variables correlates with the partners' actual opinions concerning prosthesis and sexuality permitted by penile implant. Parallel questionnaires completed separately by 27 partners show that part of the men's injurious representation partakes of projective mechanisms. Such observations underline the relevance of a psychosexological approach of the couple in addition of the surgical approach. [less ▲]

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See detailA psycho-endocrinological overview of transsexualism
Michel, Aurore ULg; Mormont, Christian ULg; Legros, Jean-Jacques ULg

in European Journal of Endocrinology (2003), 148(3), 375-375

The technical possibility of surgical sex change has opened up a debate concerning the legitimacy and utility of carrying out such an intervention at the request of the transsexual. Diagnostic ... [more ▼]

The technical possibility of surgical sex change has opened up a debate concerning the legitimacy and utility of carrying out such an intervention at the request of the transsexual. Diagnostic, psychological, medical and ethical arguments have been brought forth, both for and against. Nonetheless, anatomical transformation by surgical means has currently become a practice as the frequency of serious gender identity disorders is constantly progressing. After a brief introduction, the present paper will consider typological, aetiological and epidemiological aspects of transsexualism. Treatment of the sex change applicant is then defined and discussed in terms of psychological, psychiatric, endocrinological and surgical aspects. Finally, the question of post-operation follow-up will be examined. [less ▲]

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See detailA psycho-endocrinological overview of transsexualism
Michel, Aude; Mormont, Christian ULg; Legros, Jean-Jacques ULg

in European Journal of Endocrinology (2001), 145(4), 365-376

The technical possibility of surgical sex change has opened up a debate concerning the legitimacy and utility of carrying out such an intervention at the request of the transsexual. Diagnostic ... [more ▼]

The technical possibility of surgical sex change has opened up a debate concerning the legitimacy and utility of carrying out such an intervention at the request of the transsexual. Diagnostic, psychological, medical and ethical arguments have been brought forth, both for and against. Nonetheless, anatomical transformation by surgical means has currently become a practice as the frequency of serious gender identity disorders is constantly progressing. After a brief introduction, the present paper will consider typological, aetiological and epidemiological aspects of transsexualism. Treatment of the sex change applicant is then defined and discussed in terms of psychological, psychiatric, endocrinological and surgical aspects. Finally, the question of post-operation follow-up will be examined. [less ▲]

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See detailQuelques données sur les différentes prises en charge des délinquants sexuels dans les pays de l'Union européenne
Cornet, Jean-Philippe; Mormont, Christian ULg; Michel, Aude

in Annales Médico Psychologiques (2001), 159(9), 639-644

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See detailProthèses péniennes : taille du pénis implanté et dimensions de la virilité
Kempeneers, Philippe ULg; Andrianne, Robert ULg; Mormont, Christian ULg et al

in Cahiers de Sexologie Clinique (2001), 27(149), 18-27

The implantation of a penile prosthesis frequently results in a reduction of the erectile length compared with natural erections. Some patients complain about this fact and their satisfaction at ... [more ▼]

The implantation of a penile prosthesis frequently results in a reduction of the erectile length compared with natural erections. Some patients complain about this fact and their satisfaction at prosthesis assisted sexuality is significantly diminished. Obviously, the degree of complaint is not proportional to the objective degree of penile reduction. For an objective reality to lead to complaints, subjective criteria of appreciation have to intervene. A survey questionnaire completed by 39 implanted patients and 30 partners shows that complaints about the size of the implanted penis are mostly related to a social representation of sexuality which associates the male erotic value to criteria of erectile length, spontaneity and “naturalness”. This representation also tends to be projected in the partner’s mind, independently of her actual attitudes and feelings. Therefore, the injurious impact of penile reduction on satisfaction at the prosthetic device seems to be inseparable from a global representation of prosthetic sexuality which is experienced as a “parodic”, “reduced” virility. The reduced size of the penis focuses feelings of vexation which cannot be reduced to simple functional considerations, it embodies the painful and complex image of a lost virility. From this point of view, psychosexological counselling would be indicated in order to help some couples to improve their adaptation to penile prosthesis. Moreover, an Attitude scale towards Penile Implant (API) derived from the survey questionnaire might enable the identification of risk-patients. [less ▲]

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See detailEvaluacion de la peligrosidad y del riesgo de reincidencia
Mormont, Christian ULg; Giovannangeli, Dominique; Sanchez, Marcos Randulfe et al

in Gomez, Fernando Jimenez (Ed.) Evaluacion psicologica forense. 1. Fuentes de informacion, abusos sexuales, testimonio, peligrosidad y reincidencia (2001)

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See detailADAPTATION ET VALIDATION FRANCAISE DU SEXUAL IRRATIONALITY QUESTIONNAIRE (SIQ) DE Mc CORMICK ET JORDAN
Kempeneers, Philippe ULg; Louwette, Séverine ULg; Mormont, Christian ULg et al

in Revue Francophone de Clinique Comportementale et Cognitive (2000), 5(3), 5-18

Mc Cormick and Jordan's Sexual Irrationality Questionnaire (SIQ), elaborated in 1986, has been adapted to the French language and tested on a sample of 165 subjects. The organisation of the sexual ... [more ▼]

Mc Cormick and Jordan's Sexual Irrationality Questionnaire (SIQ), elaborated in 1986, has been adapted to the French language and tested on a sample of 165 subjects. The organisation of the sexual rationality-irrationality dimension depends on the gender of the subjects. Among female subjects, it appears mostly as a one-factor variable. Its optimal measure is supplied by the SIQ-R-F scale, a reduced version of the SIQ presenting a better internal consistency. Among male subjects, it rather appears structured in several independent factors. Factor analysis thus allows to distinguish four different patterns of sexual irrationality. Among female subjects, the decisive impact of sexual irrationality lies in an inhibition of sexual interest. Among male subjects, the sexual communication seems to be a vulnerable area of first importance. The external validity test of the SIQ is not very probant. This surely underlines a probable problem in the choice of the criteria as well as the compexity of the relationship between irrational cognitions and clinical data. [less ▲]

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