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See detailLe contentieux des marchés publics : La nouvelle loi du 23 décembre 2009
Durviaux, Ann-Lawrence ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2010)

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See detailContentieux européen
Wathelet, Melchior; Wildemeersch, Jonathan ULg

Book published by Larcier (2014)

L'ouvrage décrit l’architecture juridictionnelle de l’Union européenne et analyse en profondeur tous les types de recours qui peuvent être introduits devant les trois juridictions qui composent la Cour de ... [more ▼]

L'ouvrage décrit l’architecture juridictionnelle de l’Union européenne et analyse en profondeur tous les types de recours qui peuvent être introduits devant les trois juridictions qui composent la Cour de justice de l’Union européenne (la Cour de justice, le Tribunal et le Tribunal de la fonction publique), sans oublier le rôle important du juge national dans l’application quotidienne du droit de l’Union européenne. Si la première édition intégrait déjà les modifications apportées par le Traité de Lisbonne, sa récente entrée en vigueur laissait un nombre important de questions en suspens. Cette nouvelle édition permet de répondre à plusieurs d’entre elles (comme l’étendue de la nouvelle possibilité d’agir en annulation pour le particulier sur la base de l’article 263 du traité sur le fonctionnement de l’Union européenne par exemple). Elle intègre également les modifications apportées au statut de la Cour de justice et le nouveau règlement de procédure de la Cour entièrement refondu en octobre 2012. Le livre est construit sur une méthodologie originale en fondant leur propos et leur analyse sur la jurisprudence produite par les juridictions de la Cour de justice de l’Union européenne jusqu’au 31 janvier 2014. Ce sont ainsi près de 1900 décisions de jurisprudence qui sont commentées dans l’ouvrage (soit près de 600 supplémentaires par rapport à la première édition). Elles sont inventoriées minutieusement dans un index mis à disposition des praticiens. Les principaux textes de procédure propres aux juridictions européennes sont compilés dans un second volume. [less ▲]

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See detailLe contentieux familial provisoire : aspects de droit international privé
Collienne, Fleur ULg

in Wautelet, Patrick (Ed.) Actualités du contentieux familial international (CUP) (2005)

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See detailContentieux sociétaire et médiation
Caprasse, Olivier ULg

in Liber Amicorum Jacques Malherbe (2006)

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See detailLes contenus anatomiques au test de Rorschach : comparaison des réponses de sujets infirmiers à une population contrôle.
Englebert, Jérôme ULg; Thiltges, Esther ULg; Wertz, Céline ULg et al

in Encéphale (L') (2013), 39(2), 94-100

Introduction: The study of answer contents at Rorschach test leads to numerous debates and controversies. On a pragmatic point of view, the recurrent question is to understand the meaning of a content (or ... [more ▼]

Introduction: The study of answer contents at Rorschach test leads to numerous debates and controversies. On a pragmatic point of view, the recurrent question is to understand the meaning of a content (or its repetition) in a protocol. On a discursive and perceptive point of view, it is hazardous to give an interpretation other than descriptive and contextual. Indeed, no one interpretative theory or analysis method is able to determine with certainty and rigour a strict correlation between people’s psychological functioning and the contents they perceive. Methods: In this empirical context, we studied the “anatomy” answers (frequencies and formal qualities) in a nurse population (N=38) matched with a control group (non medical subjects, N=38). The Rorschach test was administrated according to the recommendations of Integrated System. Results: The average of An+Xy answers was clearly and significantly higher in nurse population (3.58) than in the control group (0.89) and than in the three comparative norms that we selected (from 0.96 to 1.83). Concerning the formal quality, the repeated-measures analysis of variance showed a significant interaction effect: although subjects in the control group gave a similar number of ordinary, unusual and minus forms for An+Xy answers, the nurses gave more wrong (minus) forms (1.79) than unusual forms (1.21) and finally than ordinary forms (0.58). un nombre significativement plus élevé de mauvaises formes (1.79) que de formes inhabituelles (1.21) et finalement que de formes ordinaires (0.58). Discussion: Two hypotheses may be suggested in order to explain our findings. From one part, there is highly probable that our results are linked to the everyday body confrontation in nurse job. From another part, we suggest that by giving An+Xy answers, nurses tend to reveal some idiosyncratic characteristics in order to show their own identity. Indeed, our nurse subjects were selected because of their job and then they complied with the social identity that was implicitly expected. This is congruent with the complex functioning in social reality: in a social group, people will not verbalize all of their perceptions, they will preferentially verbalize perceptions that define their social identity. On the contrary, if some perceptions do not comply with subject’s identity, these perceptions will be less frequently verbalized despite the fact that they were perceived. Concerning the second main finding, the inadequate formal quality of answers given by nurses emphasizes a visual misrepresentation conditioning by one’s job. This effect is interesting on a psychological point of view because it suggests that this tendency to perceive more anatomical contents arises to the detriment of the “reality”. Finally, our findings allowed us to suggest hypothesis on the role of identity on answer contents at Rorschach test according to the context and to formulate some recommendations about the content use in the Rorschach interpretation. [less ▲]

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See detailLes contenus perceptuels et leurs parties
Dewalque, Arnaud ULg

Conference (2012, April 30)

My goal is to construe a plausible approach in favor of the existence of nonconceptual perceptual contents. I suggest that the most promising way of reaching this goal is to construe perceptual contents ... [more ▼]

My goal is to construe a plausible approach in favor of the existence of nonconceptual perceptual contents. I suggest that the most promising way of reaching this goal is to construe perceptual contents as multi-level contents or as contents involving nonconceptual components. In this talk I confront this view with the so-called perceptual conceptualism. [less ▲]

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See detailLes contes de Grimm en RDA
Viehöver, Vera ULg

Article for general public (2013)

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See detailLes contes de Grimm: présentation de quelques inconnus en français qui témoignent de l'entrée des Contes de l'Enfance et du Foyer dans la littérature de jeunesse
Delbrassine, Daniel ULg

in Cahiers du CLPCF (2002), 2

Présentation et traduction de contes retranchés dans le recueil des Grimm

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See detailLes contes des frères Grimm au théâtre de marionnettes
Viehöver, Vera ULg

Article for general public (2013)

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See detailLa contestation des pierres. Des œuvres écrites d'Olivier Smolders
Badir, Sémir ULg

in Textyles : Revue des Lettres Belges de Langue Française (1997), 14

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See detailContesting Co-inquiry: "Noncommunicative" Discourse in a Flemish Participatory Technology Assessment
Van Oudheusden, Michiel ULg; De Zutter, Hannes

in Science Communication (2012), 34(1), 83-113

This article explores how social scientists, ethicists, and nanotechnologists construct research decisions together, while engaged in a Flemish participatory technology assessment on nanotechnologies. It ... [more ▼]

This article explores how social scientists, ethicists, and nanotechnologists construct research decisions together, while engaged in a Flemish participatory technology assessment on nanotechnologies. It finds that they routinely probe one another to make substantive contributions but avoid the argumentative initiative itself through various discursive strategies, such as reversing roles and delegating responsibility. It argues that these strategies emanate through the project’s methodology of co-inquiry, which depends on sharing and partnership, whereas some members resist participating on initiators’ terms. It links such “noncommunicative” action to unresolved disagreements between participants about project ends, conflicting approaches to decision making, and divergent appreciations of “uncertainty.” [less ▲]

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See detailContesting Frames in Public Health
Hendrickx, Kim ULg

Scientific conference (2012, December 05)

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See detailContext awareness for application sharing in teaching environment
Burger, C.; Bullinger, Eric ULg; Papakosta, S. et al

in Int. Conf. Advances in Infrastructure for e-Business, e-Education, e-Science, and e-Medicine on the Internet (SSGRR 2002w) (2002, January)

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See detailContext-dependent effects of castration and testosterone treatment on song in male European starlings
Pinxten, R.; De Ridder, E.; Balthazart, Jacques ULg et al

in Hormones & Behavior (2002), 42(3), 307-318

Most seasonally breeding songbirds display dramatic seasonal fluctuations in plasma testosterone (T) levels and mate attraction behaviors, including song. However, males of some songbird species, such as ... [more ▼]

Most seasonally breeding songbirds display dramatic seasonal fluctuations in plasma testosterone (T) levels and mate attraction behaviors, including song. However, males of some songbird species, such as the European starling (Stumus vulgaris), continue to sing at high levels after the breeding season, when T levels are basal. In male starlings song during the breeding season functions mainly to attract mates, whereas song during the nonbreeding season appears unrelated to reproduction. This suggests that song produced in a context unrelated to female courtship, unlike song directed toward females, is not regulated by plasma T. In captive males housed in large outdoor aviaries we explored the relationship between plasma T and song produced during the breeding season within and outside a courtship context. This was achieved by determining the effects of castration and subsequent T treatment on song and mate attraction behaviors in both the presence and the absence of a female. Compared to intact males, castrated males did not show reduced song activity in the absence of a female for at least 6 months after the operation, strongly suggesting that the expression of noncourtship song is not regulated by plasma T. Likewise, we found that experimentally elevating T levels in castrated males did not affect noncourtship song rates. However, control castrated males receiving empty implants tended to show reduced noncourtship song rates after implantation. This may have been due to a suppressive effect caused by the presence of the T-implanted castrated males in the same aviary. In contrast, courtship singing was clearly controlled by plasma T: it was abolished by castration and restored by subsequent T replacement when males were housed both individually and in a group situation. High plasma levels of T also appeared necessary for the activation of three other behavioral traits critical for mate attraction, namely, nesthole occupancy, spending time (singing) in a nesthole, and carrying green nesting material into a nesthole. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science (USA). [less ▲]

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See detailContext-related vocalizations in African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus)
Giret, Nicolas; Albert, Aurélie ULg; Nagle, Laurent et al

in Acta Ethologica (2012), 15

A few animal species are capable of vocal learning. Parrots are well known for their vocal imitation abilities. In this study, we investigated whether African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus) emit ... [more ▼]

A few animal species are capable of vocal learning. Parrots are well known for their vocal imitation abilities. In this study, we investigated whether African grey parrots (Psittacus erithacus) emit specific vocalizations in specific contexts. We first described the vocal repertoire and its ontogenesis of four captive grey parrots. After a comparison with vocalizations emitted by wild and other captive African grey parrots, we observed that only three call categories were shared by all grey parrots populations, suggesting that isolated populations of parrots develop population-specific calls. Then, we artificially provoked ten different contexts and recorded vocalizations of four captive grey parrots in these situations. Parrots predominantly emitted call categories in some contexts: distress, protestation, alarm, asking (i.e. emitted when a bird wanted something from an experimenter and contact calls. These results suggest that some calls are learned and can be used in specific contexts. [less ▲]

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See detailLe contexte d'édification du Sart Tilman
Frankignoulle, Pierre ULg

in Cahiers de l'Urbanisme (Les) (2005), (n°54-55), 18-23

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See detailContexte de l'enseignement de la francophonie
Defays, Jean-Marc ULg

in Cahiers francophones d'Europe Centre-Orientale (1993), 3

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See detailContexte géologique
Lacroix, Daniel ULg; Gervasoni, Laurence; Laroche, Jean et al

in Bassin hydrographique de la Molignée. Volume 1 : Facteurs abiotiques (1999)

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See detailContexte géologique des sites mésolithiques de la Heid de Fer et de L’Ourlaine à Becco (Theux, Belgique)
Marion, Jean-Marc ULg; Simons, Justine; Mottequin, Bernard ULg

in Autour de l'hématite - Circulation et transformation au cours de la préhistoire récente. Méthodes d'analyse (2013, February)

The use of natural resources is a major source of information to study the socio-economic organization of the population from Prehistory to Antiquity, due to the fact that their exchange networks and ... [more ▼]

The use of natural resources is a major source of information to study the socio-economic organization of the population from Prehistory to Antiquity, due to the fact that their exchange networks and behaviors changed together with their lifestyles and know-how. If flint or other materials such as shale have been extensively studied, haematite, and particularly the oolitic haematite, remains hardly investigated as a material in terms of its origin and technical methods of utilization. The mesolithic sites of "L'Ourlaine" and the "Heid de Fer" (Becco, Theux, southern Belgium) are very close to an important Famennian (Upper Devonian) oolitic haematite outcrop. [less ▲]

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