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See detailConstruire les futurs
Guyot, Jean-Luc; Brunet, Sébastien ULg

Book published by Presses universitaires de Namur (2014)

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See detailConstruire son langage, une nouvelle conception de l’acquisition langagière: données développementales et approche en pathologie langagière
Leroy, Sandrine ULg; Maillart, Christelle ULg

Scientific conference (2012, April 17)

Cette conférence traite des répercussions sur notre pratique logopédique d’une nouvelle conception du développement langagier. Celle-ci s’intéresse à la construction du langage oral chez l’enfant. Elle ... [more ▼]

Cette conférence traite des répercussions sur notre pratique logopédique d’une nouvelle conception du développement langagier. Celle-ci s’intéresse à la construction du langage oral chez l’enfant. Elle considère que l’enfant est l’acteur de son développement langagier ; il construit progressivement son langage à partir de ses propres productions antérieures. Cette nouvelle conception issue de la linguistique cognitivo-fonctionnelle s’oppose donc à la conception innéiste (ou générativiste) qui considère que l’enfant dispose de connaissances langagières innées. Cette approche constructiviste nous offre des perspectives théoriques et thérapeutiques très intéressantes pour étudier la pathologie langagière. Des données récentes récoltées auprès d’enfants tout-venant sont présentées. Par la suite, nous abordons plus spécifiquement la dysphasie. Nous tentons de comprendre comment ces théories permettent d'expliquer les difficultés langagières des enfants dysphasiques. Enfin, nous envisageons quels sont les éléments dont il faut tenir compte dans notre pratique logopédique, à la lumière de cette nouvelle conception développementale. [less ▲]

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See detailConstruire son projet professionnel dès la 1ère année d'étude en logopédie à l'université
Martinez Perez, Trecy ULg; Maillart, Christelle ULg; Peters, Stéphanie ULg

Conference (2014, May)

Le monde du travail contribue à la construction professionnelle, mais dans un contexte spécifique, limitant ainsi l’ampleur du développement de cette identité professionnelle. Au contraire, la formation ... [more ▼]

Le monde du travail contribue à la construction professionnelle, mais dans un contexte spécifique, limitant ainsi l’ampleur du développement de cette identité professionnelle. Au contraire, la formation initiale prépare à un champ professionnel et non à un contexte spécifique, jouant par conséquent un rôle essentiel dans l’amorce du développement professionnel (Beckers, 2007). Dans cette optique, un nouveau cours est désormais inscrit dans le programme des étudiants en 1ère année de bachelier de Psychologie et Sciences de l’Education–Orientation Logopédie à l’Université de Liège. Ce cours, intitulé "Approches des métiers de logopède", a pour but d’accompagner les étudiants dans la construction de leur projet professionnel et de leur représentation du métier de logopède. Plus précisément, il permet aux étudiants (a) d’approcher les différentes compétences du logopède, (b) de découvrir un éventail de réalités professionnelles du logopède, (c) et d’initier une réflexion sur les pratiques professionnelles du logopède. Par ailleurs, ce cours découle de la confrontation entre le programme et le Référentiel de Compétence du Logopède de l’Université de Liège (Maillart, Grevesse, & Sadzot, 2010) : il vise à travailler une série d’apprentissages critiques non abordés par ailleurs dans le cursus des étudiants. Les objectifs du cours sont travaillés à travers une diversité de méthodes : création et appropriation d’une carte heuristique, interventions d’une dizaine de professionnels logopèdes, concertations collectives et en sous -groupes, auto-évaluation par l’étudiant, séances plénières, conférences et lectures. Ce cours concerne la quarantaine d’étudiants inscrits dans l’orientation Logopédie en 1ère année de bachelier. La construction du projet professionnel et de la représentation du métier de logopède étant un processus évolutif, ce cours se répartit sur l’entièreté de l’année académique et une continuité de ce cours en 2ème et 3ème année de bachelier est actuellement à l’étude. Les résultats de ce nouveau dispositif seront présentés et discutés lors du colloque. [less ▲]

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See detailConstruire un décor sculpté : le portail de laVierge dorée (Amiens) et la fenêtre des Arts libéraux (Laon)  
Kasarska, Iliana ULg

in Kasarska, Iliana (Ed.) Mise en oeuvre des portails gothiques (2011)

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See detailLa consultation statistique en milieu académique
Brostaux, Yves ULg

Conference (2004, May 06)

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See detailConsultation sur la réforme FNRS auprès du personnel scientifique de l'ULg
Joris, Geoffrey ULg; Fallon, Catherine ULg; Parotte, Céline ULg et al

Report (2010)

Le présent rapport propose une analyse succinte des réponses des acteurs ayant pris part à la consultation sur la réforme du FNRS organisée par le centre de recherches Spiral à la demande du Comité de ... [more ▼]

Le présent rapport propose une analyse succinte des réponses des acteurs ayant pris part à la consultation sur la réforme du FNRS organisée par le centre de recherches Spiral à la demande du Comité de contact FNRS de l'ULg. Ce rapport est le fruit du travail conjoint de plusieurs chercheurs qui ont analysé chacun une série de questions. [less ▲]

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See detailConsultations in molecular diagnostics - A case of FIP1L1-PDGFRA-positive chronic eosinophilic leukemia with a rare FIP1L1 breakpoint
Lambert, Frédéric ULg; Heimann, Pierre; Herens, Christian ULg et al

in Journal of Molecular Diagnostics (2007), 9(3), 414-419

The idiopathic hypereosinophilic syndrome (HES) has remained for a long time a diagnosis of exclusion. Differential diagnosis between the HES and the related chronic eosinophilic leukemia (CEL) relied on ... [more ▼]

The idiopathic hypereosinophilic syndrome (HES) has remained for a long time a diagnosis of exclusion. Differential diagnosis between the HES and the related chronic eosinophilic leukemia (CEL) relied on the identification of signs of clonality that allowed, when present, the reclassification of patients as CEL. Recently, a new acquired mutation was described in approximately 50% of the HES/CEL patients: a cryptic deletion on chromosome band 4q12 generating a FIP1IL1-PDGFRA fusion gene. According to the World Health Organization classification, this clonal abnormality has been proposed as a new surrogate marker for chronic eosinophilic leukemia diagnosis. Fluorescence in situ hybridization and reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction protocols were developed for an accurate del(4)(q12q12) and FIP1L1-PDGFRA fusion gene detection. Here, we report a patient with a rare FIP1L1 intron 16 breakpoint located outside of the reported FIP1L1 breakpoint region (ie, from FIP1L1 introns 9 to 13). This case illustrates the risk of false-negative results with diagnostic procedures that do not take into account the occurrence of rare FIP1L1 breakpoints. As targeted therapy with tyrosine kinase inhibitors has dramatically changed the prognosis of FIP1L1-PDGFRA (+) CEL, false-negative results could hamper accurate diagnosis and treatment. [less ▲]

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See detailConsumer acceptance of insect-based meat substitutes
Caparros Megido, Rudy ULg; Gierts, Chloé; Blecker, Christophe ULg et al

Conference (2014)

Meat plays an important role in the consumption pattern of most European and North American consumers. Meat production is responsible for a well known environmental pressure due to the inefficient ... [more ▼]

Meat plays an important role in the consumption pattern of most European and North American consumers. Meat production is responsible for a well known environmental pressure due to the inefficient conversion of plant protein to meat protein and alternatives sources, such as insects or algae, will be rapidly required. In a recent theorical study, de Boer et al. (2013) show that consumers prefer to eat a hybrid meat product (i.e. a mix of meat and its substitute) rather than a pure meat substitute [3]. Based on these preliminary results, hedonic tests were realized to assess the acceptability of insect-based burgers in a target population composed of people from 15 to 25 years old, considered as the future insect consumers. Isolated in a tasting booth, each participant was invited to taste four burger samples containing a ratio of 20 gr of protein by 100 gr of burger. The first burger was prepared with 95% of grounded beef (1), the second with 95% of green lentil (2), the third with 45% of green lentil and 50% of mealworms (Tenebrio molitor L.; Coleoptera, Tenebrionidae) and the fourth with 45% of grounded beef burger and 50% of mealworms. The last 5% of each burger consists of an aromatization portion containing onions, carrots, tomato paste and garlic. Participants were asked to rate each sample on a 9-point hedonic scale, where extreme sides were noted from “extremely dislike” (left) to “extremely like” (right). Tukey post-hoc comparisons on the appreciation results showed that beef-based products (with or without mealworms) were relatively preferred to lentil-based products (with or without mealworms), probably because hybrid meat burgers seem more familiar to the consumers than vegetable burgers, and that no liking differences were noticed between the two beef-based burgers and between the two insect-based burgers. These results confirm that shape and appearance are key criteria in the acceptation of meat substitute by non-vegetarian consumers and that insects will preferentially be consumed, in the future, if they are presented in an invisible way and associated with familiar flavors. [less ▲]

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See detailConsumer Evaluations of Brand Extensions: Differences between Goods and Services
Van Riel, Allard ULg; Lemmink, Jos; Ouwersloot, Hans

in Journal of Service Research (2001), 3(3), 220-231

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See detailConsumer valuation of improved rice parboiling technologies in Benin
Matty, Demont; Zossou, Enangnon ULg; Pieter, Rutsaert et al

in Food Quality & Preference (2012), 23(1), 63-70

In Benin, traditional parboiling is still widely practiced among rice processors, resulting in inferior grain quality. A new parboiler was introduced to improve the milling yield and intrinsic quality of ... [more ▼]

In Benin, traditional parboiling is still widely practiced among rice processors, resulting in inferior grain quality. A new parboiler was introduced to improve the milling yield and intrinsic quality of local rice. We conducted Vickrey second price auctions to elicit rural Beninese consumers’ willingness to pay for rice obtained through the new parboiler and two locally innovated parboilers. The individual auctions were followed by a group discussion during which consensus was reached on socially acceptable prices. Relative to traditionally parboiled rice, consumers were willing to pay price premiums of 9–13% for rice obtained through a local parboiler using a container of which the bottom is a perforated metal, 27% for rice obtained through a local parboiler using wooden sticks at the bottom of the pot, and 25–34% for rice parboiled through the improved parboiler. Bids were influenced by the presentation order of the products according to perceived quality. Bids were also higher when participants had been informed on the benefits of improved parboiling techniques, which is a crucial insight for developing marketing and communication strategies for this improved quality product. Group bids were not significantly different from individual bids which suggests that the latter are within the range of socially acceptable prices defined through group consensus. [less ▲]

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See detailConsumption of Immature Stages of Colorado Potato Beetle by Chrysoperla Carnea (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) Larvae in the Laboratory
Sablon, Ludovic ULg; Haubruge, Eric ULg; Verheggen, François ULg

in American Journal of Potato Research (2013), 90(1), 51-57

The Colorado potato beetle (CPB), Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Say), has been an important defoliator of potatoes for 150 years. Although the use of insecticides allowed drastic reductions of CPB ... [more ▼]

The Colorado potato beetle (CPB), Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Say), has been an important defoliator of potatoes for 150 years. Although the use of insecticides allowed drastic reductions of CPB populations, resistance development against active substances has been observed. In this context, biological control using predatory larvae of the lacewing may represent a good alternative. CPB egg and larval consumption rates have been evaluated for all Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens) instars for 24 h. While first and second C. carnea instars only consumed eggs (1.3 and 1.8), first (1.5 and 2.4) and second (0.6 and 0.8) CPB instars, third instar of lacewing consumed all CPB immature stages: 6.8 CPB eggs, 8.5 first, 4 s, 0.5 third and 0.1 fourth CPB instars. This third instar killed 4-fold more CPB larvae than other larval stages. Handling time for third instar lacewing has been evaluated at 52 min on first instar CPB, 102 min on second instar and 164 min on third instar. Our laboratory assays highlight a potential for lacewing larvae to control CPB immature stages with a greater efficiency on young CPB larval stages. Fields assays are however needed to confirm efficiency of this CPB natural enemy under field conditions. [less ▲]

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See detailConsumptive and nonconsumptive effects of cannibalism in fluctuating age-structured populations
Wissinger, Scott A.; Whiteman, Howard H.; Denoël, Mathieu ULg et al

in Ecology (2010), 91(2), 549-599

Theory and empirical studies suggest that cannibalism in age-structured populations can regulate recruitment depending on the intensity of intraspecific competition between cannibals and victims and the ... [more ▼]

Theory and empirical studies suggest that cannibalism in age-structured populations can regulate recruitment depending on the intensity of intraspecific competition between cannibals and victims and the nature of the cannibalism window, i.e., which size classes interact as cannibals and victims. Here we report on a series of experiments that quantify that window for age-structured populations of salamander larvae and paedomorphic adults. We determined body size limits on cannibalism in microcosms and then the consumptive and nonconsumptive (injuries, foraging and activity, diet, growth) effects on victims in mesocosms with seminatural levels of habitat complexity and alternative prey. We found that cannibalism by the largest size classes (paedomorphs and >age 3+yr larvae) occurs mainly on young-of-the-year (YOY) victims. Surviving YOY and other small larvae had increased injuries, reduced activity levels, and reduced growth rates in the presence of cannibals. Data on YOY survival in an experiment in which we manipulated the density of paedomorphs combined with historical data on the number of cannibals in natural populations indicate that dominant cohorts of paedomorphs can cause observed recruitment failures. Dietary data indicate that ontogenetic shifts in diet should preclude strong intraspecific competition between YOY and cannibals in this species. Thus our results are consistent with previous empirical and theoretical work that suggests that recruitment regulation by cannibalism is most likely when YOY are vulnerable to cannibalism, but have low dietary overlap with cannibals. Understanding the role of cannibalism in regulating recruitment in salamander populations is timely given the widespread occurrences of amphibian decline. Previous studies have focused on extrinsic (including anthropogenic) factors that affect amphibian population dynamics, whereas the data presented here combined with long-term field observations suggest the potential for intrinsically driven population cycles. [less ▲]

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See detailConsumpton as a Solidarity-based Commitment : The Case of Oxfam Worldshops' Customers
Pirotte, Gautier ULg

in Zaccaï, Edwin (Ed.) Sustainable consumption: What Role for Consumers? Ecology and Fair Trade (2007)

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See detailThe Contact & the Culmination : Essays in Honour of Hena Maes-Jelinek
Delrez, Marc ULg; Ledent, Bénédicte ULg

Book published by Liège Language and Literature (L3) (1997)

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See detailContact Algorithms for Numerical Modeling of Tribological Devices
CHABRAND, P.; DUBOIS, F.; GRAILLET, D. et al

in Proceedings of "First ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming (1998)

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