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See detailThe family systems approach to treating families of persons with brain injury: a potential collaboration between family therapist and brain injury professional
Laroi, Frank ULg

in Brain Injury (2003), 17

Although brain injury may have a great impact on the family as a whole, family reactions are not adequately addressed in rehabilitative programmes. When they are, treatment tends to be approached from a ... [more ▼]

Although brain injury may have a great impact on the family as a whole, family reactions are not adequately addressed in rehabilitative programmes. When they are, treatment tends to be approached from a family education and support perspective and not from a family therapy perspective. The aim of the following paper is to illustrate the important role that a family systems approach can play in treating families of individuals with brain injury. In particular, clinical examples taken from the literature will be presented that illustrate how family roles can be modified as a consequence of a brain injury, and the importance of re-establishing or re-distributing these roles. It will be argued that an intimate collaboration between family therapist and brain injury professional is essential, and that the ideal professional make-up of clinicians working with families of persons with brain injury are those well-versed in both brain injury rehabilitation and family therapy. [less ▲]

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See detailIsoperimetric geometry
Bogaert, Jan ULg

Learning material (2003)

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See detailLe cabotin sublime et les pisse-froid. Sartre, Hugo et la modernité
Denis, Benoît ULg

in Prévost, Maxime; Hamel, Yan (Eds.) Victor Hugo 2003-1802. Images et transfigurations (2003)

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See detailDu texte de circonstance au recueil de Situations. L’économie de l’écriture engagée chez Jean-Paul Sartre
Denis, Benoît ULg

in Langlet, Irène (Ed.) Le Recueil littéraire. Pratiques et théorie d’une forme (2003)

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See detailÀ l’ombre du pouvoir. Les entourages princiers au Moyen Âge
Marchandisse, Alain ULg; Kupper, Jean-Louis ULg

Book published by Droz (2003)

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See detailL'interscripteur et le rhapsode
Servais, Christine ULg

in Parouty-David, Françoise; Zilberberg, Claude (Eds.) Sémiotique et esthétique (2003)

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See detailDiscriminative stimulus effects of ethanol with a conditioned taste aversion procedure: lack of acetaldehyde substitution
Quertemont, Etienne ULg

in Behavioural Pharmacology (2003), 14(4), 343-350

Acetaldehyde has been suggested to mediate a number of the pharmacological and behavioural effects of ethanol. Recently, several studies investigated the role of acetaldehyde in the subjective effects of ... [more ▼]

Acetaldehyde has been suggested to mediate a number of the pharmacological and behavioural effects of ethanol. Recently, several studies investigated the role of acetaldehyde in the subjective effects of ethanol, but obtained conflicting results. With the discriminative taste aversion (DTA) procedure, high acetaldehyde doses were shown to substitute for the discriminative stimulus effects of ethanol. In contrast, the operant drug discrimination protocol failed to show any substitution effect of acetaldehyde. Several methodological differences between the two procedures could explain these discrepancies, and particularly the absence of an individual discrimination criterion in the DTA procedure. In the present study, the DTA procedure was adapted to introduce such a criterion. In addition, the effects of acetaldehyde were compared with those of other drugs, for which the substitution effects for ethanol are well known. Rats were trained to discriminate 1.0 g/kg ethanol from saline in a DTA protocol. When the rats met the criterion of ethanol discrimination, various doses of several drugs were tested for their ethanol stimulus substitution effects: ethanol, acetaldehyde, dizocilpine, diazepam and nicotine. The results showed a clear dose-dependent discrimination of ethanol stimulus effects. In addition, dizocilpine fully substituted for ethanol, while diazepam only partially substituted. In contrast, both acetaldehyde and nicotine failed to substitute for ethanol. These results show that acetaldehyde is not significantly involved in the subjective and discriminative stimulus effects of ethanol. Acetaldehyde up to toxic doses did not substitute for the ethanol discriminative stimulus in the DTA protocol, when non-specific effects were carefully controlled. [less ▲]

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See detailGeneration of spatially correlated wind histories
Denoël, Vincent ULg

in Proceedings of the first Internation Conference on Finite Element Methods (2003)

Turbulent wind is a natural and therefore random phenomenon. The analysis of flexible structures subjected to turbulent wind requires, in a finite element approach, the resolution of a system of ... [more ▼]

Turbulent wind is a natural and therefore random phenomenon. The analysis of flexible structures subjected to turbulent wind requires, in a finite element approach, the resolution of a system of stochastic differential equations. It is supposed that the characteristics of the structure are perfectly known; thus the stochastic aspect of the problem comes from the random loading only. As the turbulent wind is most commonly characterized by its frequency content, the resolution of this equation is generally performed in the frequency domain. All governing equations must therefore be linear. If this can be reasonably supposed for the structure, this hypothesis is not mathematically justified for the wind loading. When the non linear behaviour of any part of the structure has to be accounted for, the resolution in the frequency domain is not valid anymore. It is then necessary to compute, with a step-by-step dynamic analysis, the response of the structure to a series of generated wind histories. In a finite element approach, this is for example achieved thanks to Newmark’s or Wilson’s methods. Averaging across the ensemble of the computed time-varying responses allows then to recover statistical results that a stochastic analysis would provide. This analysis method is known as a stochastic Monte Carlo simulation. After having emphasised the need to represent correctly the coherence between wind pressures at different points of the structure, this paper will present a method for generating a set of correlated wind histories that must be used in a finite element analysis. Finally an example of application of the presented method will prove its efficiency. [less ▲]

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See detailDe nouveaux entrelacs territoriaux, Globalisation et diversification des modes d'habiter.
Schmitz, Serge ULg

in Lask, Tomke (Ed.) Les constructions sociales de l'espace. Les territoires de l'anthropologie de la communicaiton. (2003)

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See detailMuscle relaxants in neurosurgical anaesthesia: a critical appraisal.
Hans, Pol ULg; Bonhomme, Vincent ULg

in European Journal of Anaesthesiology (2003), 20(8), 600-5

The use of muscle relaxants, considered until recently as common practice in current neurosurgical anaesthesia protocols, becomes increasingly more questionable today. The reasons rely on the evolution of ... [more ▼]

The use of muscle relaxants, considered until recently as common practice in current neurosurgical anaesthesia protocols, becomes increasingly more questionable today. The reasons rely on the evolution of neurosurgery including the advent of new surgical techniques, the evolution of anaesthesia having the benefit of new drugs and devices, and the rationale for using muscle relaxants balanced against their potential side-effects and possible pharmacodynamic alterations in neurosurgical patients. [less ▲]

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See detailVom Monolog zum Dialog - Normfindung im Gespräch
Münzberg, Franziska ULg

Conference (2003)

Die Referentin, selbst Sprachberaterin, versteht die individuelle Beratung bei der Textrezeption und -produktion als eine Chance zum lebendigen Austausch zwischen Linguisten und Nichtlinguisten ... [more ▼]

Die Referentin, selbst Sprachberaterin, versteht die individuelle Beratung bei der Textrezeption und -produktion als eine Chance zum lebendigen Austausch zwischen Linguisten und Nichtlinguisten. Individuelle Sprachberatung ist mehr als eine Übersetzung linguistischer Erkenntnisse für Laien. Die Bereitschaft der sprachberatenden Linguisten zur Beeinflussung der Textproduktion setzt voraus, dass eine „reine“ Deskription sprachlicher Phänomene als Utopie bzw. als ein genuin monologisches Verfahren der Grammatikographie erkannt wird. Ob das Gespräch den Sprachberatungskunden letztlich dazu anregt, „wegen des Wetters“ zu schreiben oder „wegen dem Wetter“ – in jedem Falle haben Berater und Kunde auf der Grundlage empirisch gewonnener und deskriptiv ausgewerteter Daten gemeinsam eine Norm formuliert. Sprachberatung kann aber auch nachgerade in der Werbung für die Utopie einer reinen Deskription bestehen, selbst wenn der ursprüngliche Anlass des Gesprächs die Suche nach einer möglichst strengen Norm gewesen ist. Nicht nur wie sprachliche Zweifelsfälle und mögliche Lösungsansätze dargestellt werden, sondern auch welche Fakten präsentiert werden, hängt von einer Reihe spontan – das heißt: in Sekundenschnelle – getroffener Entscheidungen beider Gesprächspartner ab. Bereits beim ersten Kontakt (Begrüßung; Formulierung der Frage) ordnet die Sprachberaterin ihren Gesprächspartner einer Gruppe von Sprachteilnehmern zu und macht sich ein Bild von der Situation, in der dieser Zweifelsfall aufgekommen ist. Von der Bewertung dieser Gesprächssituation hängt es ab, ob die Antwort in einer schnellen impliziten Handlungsanweisung besteht („Der Satz ist korrekt“) oder ob Grundfragen der Linguistik wie die Definition des „Standards“ im Varietätenspektrum, quantitative und qualitative Methoden in der Korpusauswertung, vielleicht sogar sprachphilosophische Fragen thematisiert werden. Im Vortrag sollen am Beispiel einiger Zweifelsfälle aus dem Bereich der Syntax (Moduswahl, Substantivvalenz, Monoflexion) situationsgerechte Gesprächsziele und -strategien herausgearbeitet und zur Diskussion gestellt werden. Neben dem Erkenntnisinteresse und den Gesprächszielen der Anrufer wird das Erkenntnisinteresse der Linguisten zu bedenken sein. Paradebeispiel hierfür ist die Frage, inwiefern die gängigen mehr oder weniger verbzentrierten Grammatikmodelle der Produktion konzeptionell schriftlicher Texte angemessen sind. [less ▲]

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See detailComment je traite ... les troubles de la magnésémie
Guillaume, Thierry; Krzesinski, Jean-Marie ULg

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2003), 58(7-8), 465-467

Because symptoms associated with hypomagnesia are highly aspecific, this ionic abnormality is rarely searched for although it could be present in as much as 20 % of the population. The mode of correction ... [more ▼]

Because symptoms associated with hypomagnesia are highly aspecific, this ionic abnormality is rarely searched for although it could be present in as much as 20 % of the population. The mode of correction (oral or intravenous) depends on the etiology, severity and clinical consequences of hypomagnesemia. Significant hypermagnesemia only occurs in the presence of renal insufficiency and/or acute excess administration, mainly by the intravenous route. If interruption of administration does not suffice, renal dialysis might become necessary to quickly correct the magnesemium serum levels. [less ▲]

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See detailLa Belgique de Jacques Yerna
Jamin, Jérôme ULg; Dohet, Julien

Book published by Labor (2003)

L'ouvrage revisite l'histoire récente de la Belgique depuis la Deuxième guerre mondiale jusqu'à nos jours par le biais d'entretiens avec le syndicaliste liégeois Jacques Yerna.

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See detailAndrew Pettigrew: le cadre d’analyse contextualiste
Pichault, François ULg

in Allouche, José (Ed.) Encyclopédie des ressources humaines (2003)

Presentation of the contextualist analytical framework and its potential applications to the field of human resources

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