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See detailLes dispositifs transdermiques et la fonction barrière cutanée.
Uhoda, Emmanuelle ULg; Salomon Neira, Martin; Pierard, Gérald ULg

in Skin (2004), 7

La couche cornée, exerce une remarquable fonction barrière limitant à la fois la perte d’eau et d’électrolytes par la peau et la pénétration de xénobiotiques dans l'organisme. Les dispositifs ... [more ▼]

La couche cornée, exerce une remarquable fonction barrière limitant à la fois la perte d’eau et d’électrolytes par la peau et la pénétration de xénobiotiques dans l'organisme. Les dispositifs transdermiques cherchent à contourner cette propriété afin de forcer le passage d’une quantité contrôlée de substances pharmacologiquement actives au travers de la peau. Le but est de transférer par la microvascularisation cutanée la substance souhaitée, tout en évitant les aléas tant de la dégradation et l'absorption irrégulière par le tractus digestif que de la métabolisation au cours du premier passage hépatique. Cette méthode est indiquée pour un nombre limité de principes actifs puissants ayant une biodisponibilité orale faible ou courte. La sonophorèse et l'iontophorèse sont deux autres méthodes recherchant le même but. [less ▲]

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See detailDispositifs. Le point de vue d'un psychosociologue
Faulx, Daniel ULg

in TransFormations : Recherche en Education des Adultes (2012), 7

(par Gilles Leclercq) Daniel Faulx quant à lui porte un regard décalé sur la notion de dispositif. La lecture des articles lui a enseigné que « la notion de dispositif occupe une place centrale dans la ... [more ▼]

(par Gilles Leclercq) Daniel Faulx quant à lui porte un regard décalé sur la notion de dispositif. La lecture des articles lui a enseigné que « la notion de dispositif occupe une place centrale dans la réflexion sur la formation, mais aussi sur l’apprentissage (Saderi et Triby ; Pagani), l’alternance (Coiduras, Carrera & Jové), les valeurs (Dumet), la place des technologies dans la formation (Farla-Fortecoëf), l’activité professionnelle, la professionnalisation (Briquet-Duhaze & Moal) et la socialisation professionnelle (Frétigné), l’identité (Amblard), le développement individuel (Farla-Fortecoëf ) et collectif (Pagani) ». Pour Faulx, une vision commune du dispositif se dégage des différentes contributions. Il la résume en mentionnant la formule emblématique suggérée dans l’appel à contributions : la conception d’un dispositif se poursuit dans son usage. Le dispositif devient un entre-deux (Amblard ; Pagani), une construction sociale relative devant être abordée dans toute sa complexité humaine, historique (Sadéry et Triby ; Frétigné) et socio-relationnelle (Clénet). Cette vision lui semble particulièrement heuristique car elle conduit à passer d’une conception du dispositif comme simple anticipation à mettre en œuvre de la manière la plus efficace et fidèle possible au profit d’une construction permanente. En ce sens, ce numéro participe pour Faulx au développement d’une anthropologie des dispositifs. En regard de cela, il nous propose un éclairage oblique sur ce numéro de TransFormations en prenant appui sur la psychosociologie de l’intervention. [less ▲]

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See detailLa disposition anti-abus dans tous ses états : examen de cas concrets
Herve, Luc ULg

Conference (2013, March 25)

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See detailLa disposition générale anti-abus de l'article 344, § 1er, CIR/92
Bourgeois, Marc ULg

Conference (2011, December 01)

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See detailDispositional Happiness and Affective Forecasting about Academic Performance: General or Specific Effect?
Christophe, Virginie ULg

Poster (2014, May 27)

Recent findings suggest that dispositional traits can influence personal affective forecasting. In the present study, we investigated the relationship between dispositional happiness and affective ... [more ▼]

Recent findings suggest that dispositional traits can influence personal affective forecasting. In the present study, we investigated the relationship between dispositional happiness and affective prediction about academic performance among undergraduate students. Participants were asked to predict their emotional reactions on a 7-point Likert scale, ranging from 1 (very bad) to 7 (very good), two months before they will obtain their results for one examination. All the participants were contacted by SMS the day when the results were available, and were requested to rate their present affective state on the same scale. According to their scores on the Subjective Happiness Scale, participants were assigned into “happy” and “unhappy” groups. Results show no emotional prediction differences between the two groups for extreme (i.e., very good and bad) results (upper than 8/10, and below 4/10). In contrast, happy participants predict less negative emotional state that unhappy ones for middle results (between 5/10 and 7/10). Moreover, no differences appear for the emotional state assessed the day when they received their performances. These findings confirm that dispositional happiness is related to emotional prediction, and more particularly indicate that happiness induces more positive feelings concerning moderate future achievements, but not for extreme ones. This study suggests that happiness induces a positive view about emotional coping of future intermediate accomplishments only and not a general positive view of future. [less ▲]

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See detailDispositional happiness and affective forecasting: General or specific effect?
Christophe, Virginie ULg; Hansenne, Michel ULg

in The Journal of Positive Psychology (2015)

Recent findings suggest that dispositional traits can influence personal affective forecasting. In this study, we investigated the relationship between dispositional happiness and affective prediction ... [more ▼]

Recent findings suggest that dispositional traits can influence personal affective forecasting. In this study, we investigated the relationship between dispositional happiness and affective prediction about academic performance among undergraduate students. Participants were asked to predict their emotional reactions on a 7-point Likert scale in regard to an important exam’s result two months prior obtaining their results. All the participants were contacted by SMS (Short Text Message) 8 h after the results were available and were requested to rate their actual emotional feelings on the same scale. According to their scores on the subjective happiness scale, participants were assigned into ‘happy’ and ‘unhappy’ groups. Results show no emotional prediction differences between the two groups for extreme results (i.e. good and bad results). In contrast, happy participants predicted less negative emotional feelings than unhappy ones for moderate results. No differences appear for the emotional feelings assessed the day they received their exam’s scores. These findings support the idea that dispositional happiness is related to emotional prediction and, more particularly, indicate that happiness induces more positive feelings concerning moderate future events, but not for extreme ones. This study suggests that happiness induces a positive view about emotional coping for future intermediate accomplishments only and not a positive view of the future in general. [less ▲]

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See detailThe dispositional inference strikes back: Situational focus and dispositional suppression in causal attribution
Yzerbyt, V. Y.; Corneille, O.; Dumont, Muriel ULg et al

in Journal of Personality & Social Psychology (2001), 81(3), 365-376

The authors propose that correction of dispositional inferences involves the examination of situational constraints and the suppression of dispositional inferences. They hypothesized that suppression ... [more ▼]

The authors propose that correction of dispositional inferences involves the examination of situational constraints and the suppression of dispositional inferences. They hypothesized that suppression would result in dispositional rebound. In Study 1, participants saw a video of either a free or a forced speaker. Participants shown a forced speaker later made stronger dispositional inferences about a 2nd, free speaker than control participants did. Study 2 provided evidence for higher rebound among participants who reported trying harder to suppress dispositional inferences during the Ist video. In Study 3, participants were asked to focus on situational constraints or to avoid thinking about the speaker's characteristics. Only the latter instructions led to a dispositional rebound. These data support the view that the correction of dispositional inferences involves 2 processes that lead to distinct consequences in subsequent attribution work. [less ▲]

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See detailLes dispositions de la convention collective de travail: obligatoires ou normatives
Clesse, Jacques ULg

in Les 40 ans de la loi du 5 décembre 1968 sur les conventions collectives de travail (2008)

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See detailDispositions générales
Boularbah, Hakim ULg

in Les voies des recours (Jurisprudence du Code judiciaire) (2001)

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See detailDispreferred structures through language change: the diachrony of affix ordering in Ancient Egyptian - Coptic
Grossman, Eitan; Polis, Stéphane ULg

Conference (2015, March 23)

Given a worldwide preference for suffixes over prefixes, why do some languages nonetheless have a macro-preference for prefixes? In this talk, we show that Ancient Egyptian-Coptic (Afroasiatic) shows a ... [more ▼]

Given a worldwide preference for suffixes over prefixes, why do some languages nonetheless have a macro-preference for prefixes? In this talk, we show that Ancient Egyptian-Coptic (Afroasiatic) shows a long-term diachronic macro-change from mixed suffixing-prefixing to an overwhel¬ming preference for prefixing. We argue that each of the micro-changes implicated in this macro-change are better understood in terms of regular changes at the level of individual constructions, via, e.g., grammaticalization, rather than in terms of a broad Sapirian ‘drift.’ Crucially, it is the particular constellation of structural features of the language at a particular moment in time, together with regular mechanisms of language change, that give rise to the cross-linguistically unusual ‘macro-preference’ of the language. [less ▲]

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See detail« Il Dispregio del mondo di Girolamo Savonarola, nella copia inedita conservata da Jacopo Guicciardini»
Moreno, Paola ULg

in Studi e Problemi di Critica Testuale (2005), LXX

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See detailDisproportionate contribution of riparian inputs to organic carbon in freshwater systems
Marwick, TR; Van Acker, K; Darchambeau, François ULg et al

Conference (2014, April 27)

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See detailDisproportionate contribution of riparian inputs to organic carbon in freshwater systems
Marwick, TR; Van Acker, K; Borges, Alberto ULg et al

Poster (2014)

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See detailDisproportionate contribution of riparian inputs to organic carbon pools in freshwater systems
Marwick, T.R.; Borges, Alberto ULg; Van Acker, K. et al

in Ecosystems (2014), 17

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See detailDispute Resolution in the Construction Industry: Belgium
Kohl, Benoît ULg; Bourgois, S.; De Block, D. et al

in International Construction Disputes Book (2013)

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See detailLa dispute: un mode particulier du conflit verbal enfantin
Meunier, Deborah ULg

in Ionescu-Ruxndoiu (Ed.) Cooperation and conflict in ingroup and intergroup communication: selected papers from Xth biennial Congress of the IADA (2006)

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See detailDisputes au village chinois. Formes du juste et recompositions locales des espaces normatifs
Florence, Eric ULg

in Revue Bibliographique de Sinologie = Review of Bibliography in Sinology (2001), Vol. XVI

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See detailDisrupted interaction between self and memory in patients with Alzheimer’s disease
Genon, Sarah ULg; Salmon, Eric ULg; Collette, Fabienne ULg et al

Conference (2016, July)

In humans, self and memory processes interact as evidenced by the self reference (SRE) and self reference recollection effects (SRRE). However, in patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD), this relationship ... [more ▼]

In humans, self and memory processes interact as evidenced by the self reference (SRE) and self reference recollection effects (SRRE). However, in patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD), this relationship can be disrupted. This was evidenced by impaired SRE and SRRE in AD for recognition of adjectives previously judged for self-relevance, as well as recall of names of people previously linked to the self. For both materials, a qualitative impairment of the recollective experience for the self-related items was also observed in AD. A neuroimaging approach suggested that reduced SRE is related to decreased grey matter volume in the lateral prefrontal cortex (lPFC). Thus, retrieval of recent self-related memories is impaired in relation to altered high-order processes in lPFC in AD. [less ▲]

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