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See detailLa face hypocrite de l’histoire. Entre film et sculpture : l’allégorie
Mélon, Marc-Emmanuel ULg

in De Kuyper, Eric (Ed.) Imaginaires en contexte (II) : Au pays des ténèbres : Images de l’ouvrier dans l’œuvre de Constantin Meunier et quelques films des années dix (2000)

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See detailFace milling and turning simulation with the finite element method
Masset, Luc ULg; Debongnie, Jean-François ULg; Beckers, Pierre ULg

in Habraken, Anne (Ed.) Proceedings of the 4th International ESAFORM Conference on Material Forming (2001, April)

The paper describes a new simulation tool that gives the machined surface error in face milling and turning. The form error component due to the workpiece flexibility is computed using Samcef finite ... [more ▼]

The paper describes a new simulation tool that gives the machined surface error in face milling and turning. The form error component due to the workpiece flexibility is computed using Samcef finite element code. The finite element analyses are very efficient on industrial applications thanks to the superelement method. Results are obtained in a short time which makes possible a wide range of simulations such as finding the best tool trajectory, testing several tools and cutting conditions and choosing the most suited fixture design. [less ▲]

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See detailFace naming
Brédart, Serge ULg; Valentine, Tim

in International Journal of PSychology (1992), 27

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See detailFace naming and speech production model
Brédart, Serge ULg

in Alegria, J. (Ed.) Analytic approaches to human cognition (1992)

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See detailFace Recognition Failures in Schizotypy
Laroi, Frank ULg; D'Argembeau, Arnaud ULg; Brédart, Serge ULg et al

in Cognitive Neuropsychiatry (2007), 12(6), 554-71

INTRODUCTION: Studies suggest an important role of disturbances of self in schizophrenia and in schizotypy. Based on findings from a previous study (Bredart & Young, 2004), we developed a questionnaire ... [more ▼]

INTRODUCTION: Studies suggest an important role of disturbances of self in schizophrenia and in schizotypy. Based on findings from a previous study (Bredart & Young, 2004), we developed a questionnaire assessing self-face recognition failures in everyday life (Self-Face Recognition Questionnaire; SFRQ) to investigate the relations between dimensions of schizotypy (cognitive-perceptual, interpersonal, disorganised) and self-face recognition disturbances. METHODS: A sample of nonclinical participants (n = 170) completed the SFRQ and the Schizotypal Personality Questionnaire. RESULTS: Factor analysis of SFRQ items revealed a clear three-factor structure consisting of: (1) self-face recognition difficulties, (2) unusual perception of own or other faces, and (3) other-face recognition difficulties. Correlational analyses between schizotypy dimensions and the SFRQ revealed that only the cognitive-perceptual and disorganised schizotypy dimensions correlated significantly with the SFRQ. By contrast, the interpersonal schizotypy dimension was not associated with the SFRQ. CONCLUSIONS: Findings provide further support that positive (cognitive-perceptual) and negative (interpersonal) schizotypy represent discrete neurobehavioural dimensions. The theoretical implications of these findings are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailFace-name association learning in early Alzheimer's disease: a comparison of learning methods and their underlying mechanisms.
Bier, Nathalie; Van der Linden, Martial ULg; Gagnon, Lise et al

in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (2008), 18(3), 343-71

This study compared the efficacy of five learning methods in the acquisition of face-name associations in early dementia of Alzheimer type (AD). The contribution of error production and implicit memory to ... [more ▼]

This study compared the efficacy of five learning methods in the acquisition of face-name associations in early dementia of Alzheimer type (AD). The contribution of error production and implicit memory to the efficacy of each method was also examined. Fifteen participants with early AD and 15 matched controls were exposed to five learning methods: spaced retrieval, vanishing cues, errorless, and two trial-and-error methods, one with explicit and one with implicit memory task instructions. Under each method, participants had to learn a list of five face-name associations, followed by free recall, cued recall and recognition. Delayed recall was also assessed. For AD, results showed that all methods were efficient but there were no significant differences between them. The number of errors produced during the learning phases varied between the five methods but did not influence learning. There were no significant differences between implicit and explicit memory task instructions on test performances. For the control group, there were no differences between the five methods. Finally, no significant correlations were found between the performance of the AD participants in free recall and their cognitive profile, but generally, the best performers had better remaining episodic memory. Also, case study analyses showed that spaced retrieval was the method for which the greatest number of participants (four) obtained results as good as the controls. This study suggests that the five methods are effective for new learning of face-name associations in AD. It appears that early AD patients can learn, even in the context of error production and explicit memory conditions. [less ▲]

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See detailFacebook et l'entrepreneuriat féminin
Cornet, Annie ULg

Learning material (2012)

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See detailFacebook, Twitter et la jeunesse arabe
Thoreau, François ULg

Article for general public (2011)

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See detailLes faces cachées du cancer du sein: modalites du suivi des hyperplasies et des cancers in situ
Lifrange, Eric ULg; Colin, Claude ULg

in Contraception, Fertilite, Sexualité (1992) (1999), 27(5), 364-7

After the diagnosis of breast epithelial hyperplasia or carcinoma in situ, the clinical follow-up must take into account several parameters. First, the adequacy of the diagnostic and the therapeutic ... [more ▼]

After the diagnosis of breast epithelial hyperplasia or carcinoma in situ, the clinical follow-up must take into account several parameters. First, the adequacy of the diagnostic and the therapeutic approach is to be evaluated. Second, the patient must be informed of her risk of subsequent breast cancer. In such a protocol, one can recommend a program of close follow-up in an attempt at early detection. An annual clinical examination combined with a mammographic and a sonographic exam is considered as the method of choice. In between annual check-ups, clinical exam is encouraged. The potential benefits of magnetic-resonance imaging in these circumstances is currently evaluated. In rare instances, the absolute risk of breast cancer is so high that a prophylactic mastectomy can be considered. [less ▲]

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See detailLes facettes céramiques collées
Chichoyan, Florence ULg; Van Heusden, Alain ULg

in Revue Belge de Médecine Dentaire = Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Tandheelkunde (2006), 61(1), 47-64

Nowadays the porcelain laminate veneer is a frequently prescribed aesthetic restoration for anterior teeth. A substantially reduced tooth preparation is required compared to conventional aesthetic ... [more ▼]

Nowadays the porcelain laminate veneer is a frequently prescribed aesthetic restoration for anterior teeth. A substantially reduced tooth preparation is required compared to conventional aesthetic complete crown preparations, in accord with the practice philosophy of minimally invasive dentistry. The long term clinical success of porcelain veneers depends on a careful case selection and diagnostic approach, as well as accurate and appropriate tooth preparation and adhesive bonding procedures. The goal of this paper is to give a reproducible clinical method to the practitioner for the realization of reliable porcelain laminate veneers. [less ▲]

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See detailFacial expressions of emotion influence memory for facial identity in an automatic way
D'Argembeau, Arnaud ULg; Van der Linden, Martial ULg

in Emotion (Washington, D.C.) (2007), 7(3), 507-515

Previous studies indicate that the encoding of new facial identities in memory is influenced by the type of expression displayed by the faces. fit the current study, the authors investigated whether or ... [more ▼]

Previous studies indicate that the encoding of new facial identities in memory is influenced by the type of expression displayed by the faces. fit the current study, the authors investigated whether or not this influence requires attention to be explicitly directed toward the affective meaning of facial expressions. In a first experiment, the authors found that facial identity was better recognized when the faces were initially encountered with a happy rather than an angry expression, even when attention wits oriented toward facial features other than expression. Using the Remember/Know/Guess paradigm in a second experiment, the authors found that the influence of facial expressions on the conscious recollection of facial identity was even more pronounced when participants' attention wits not directed toward expressions. It is suggested that the affective meaning of facial expressions automatically modulates the encoding of facial identity in memory. [less ▲]

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See detailFacial mimicry and emotional contagion to dynamic emotional facial expression and their influence on decoding accuracy
Hess, U; Blairy, Sylvie ULg

in International Journal of Psychophysiology (2001), 40

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See detailFacial reactions to emotional facial expressions: affect or cognition?
Hess, U; Philippot, P; Blairy, Sylvie ULg

in Cognition & Emotion (1998), 12(4), 509-531

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See detailFacial skin rheology
PIERARD, Gérald ULg; HENRY, Frédérique ULg; QUATRESOOZ, Pascale ULg

in Textbook of aging skin (2010)

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See detailFacies and environments of the Middle Frasnian platform in Belgium
Da Silva, Anne-Christine ULg; Boulvain, Frédéric ULg

in Abstract book - 23th IAS meeting, Coimbra, Portugal (2004)

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See detailFacies architecture and diagenesis of Belgian Late Frasnian carbonate mounds
Boulvain, Frédéric ULg

in Sedimentary Geology (2001), 145(3-4), 269-294

Late Frasnian Petit-Mont Member carbonate mounds occur in the southern pail of the Dinant Synclinorium and in the Philippeville Anticline (SW Belgium). These mounds are 30 to 80 m thick and 100 to 250 m ... [more ▼]

Late Frasnian Petit-Mont Member carbonate mounds occur in the southern pail of the Dinant Synclinorium and in the Philippeville Anticline (SW Belgium). These mounds are 30 to 80 m thick and 100 to 250 m in diameter. They are embedded in shale, nodular shale and argillaceous limestone. Based on facies mapping of 14 buildups and related off-mound sediments, these mounds typically started from below the photic and storm wave base zones and builtup into shallow water environments. Above an argillaceous limestone substrate, the first carbonate mound facies consists of spiculitic wackestone with stromatactis (PM1), which becomes progressively enriched in crinoids and corals (PM2), then in peloids, stromatoporoids and cyanobacteria (PM3). PM4 consists of algal-coral-peloid wackestone and packstone with green algae and thick algal coatings, A core of algal and microbial bindstone (PM5) sporadically occurs within large mounds. The uppermost part of these mounds may show a recurrence of facies PM2 and PM1. PM1 to PM3 are coloured red by hematite derived from microaerophilic iron bacteria; PM4 and PM5 are grey. The transition from the aphotic to the cyanobacterial photic zone is recorded in the succession PM2-PM3; the transition from the cyanobacterial to the green algal photic zone is recorded by PM3-PM5. Storm wave base was reached within PM3 and fair-weather wave base within PM5. This paleobathymetric interpretation suggests a depth of 100-150 in during initial establishment of PM1. Three types of mounds can be distinguished on the basis of geometry and facies architecture: (1) "Les Bulants"-type mounds display a continuous vertical facies succession (PM2-3-4-5) and low relief, (2) although exhibiting the same facies succession as "Les Bulants", "Les Wayons"-type mounds show a distinct relief with steep flanks and bioclastic talus; (3) "St.-Remy" mounds consist exclusively of PM1 and PM2, bioclastic flank deposits are not observed. From (1) to (3), these mound types represent successive deepening down a ramp. Biostratigraphic correlation on a regional scale provides good evidence that relative sea-level changes largely controlled lateral and vertical transitions of facies. Beyond that, hypoxic conditions are indicated by the sponge and iron-bacteria consortium in lower parts of the mounds. This is in agreement with the general assumption of stratified water masses during Late Frasnian, preceding the prominent Lower Kellwasser crisis. Cementation began with a radiaxial synsedimentary cement. A fringe of meteoric phreatic cement, initially nonluminescent, then with a bright orange luminescence, occurs in all mounds. It is contemporaneous with a nonluminescent pervasive cement of grainstones deposited in littoral areas. Differentiation between the (reducing) mounds and the (oxidizing) littoral area resulted from better aquifer circulation in sedimentary bodies close to the recharge area. Late burial cements occlude all the remaining porosity and are contemporaneous with the opening of the Variscan fracture system. (C) 2001 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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See detailFacies from Palaeozoic reefs and bioaccumulations
Vennin, E.; Aretz, M.; Boulvain, Frédéric ULg et al

Book published by Publications scientifiques du Muséum (2007)

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See detailFacile Encapsulation of Sn nanocrystals in GeS2 Matrix for High-Performance Lithium-ion Battery Anodes
Singh, Ajay; Krins, Natacha ULg; Milliron, Delia J.

Poster (2013, August 05)

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