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See detailL'épisode humanitaire roumain. Construction d'une « crise », état des lieux et modalité de sortie
Pirotte, Gautier ULiege

Book published by L'Harmattan (2006)

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See detailL'épisode inaugural de l'adolescent: favoriser un diagnostic et une prise en charge précoce
Simon, Michaël ULiege

Conference (2016, September 17)

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See detailEpisodic autobiographical memory in amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment: What are the neural correlates?
Bastin, Christine ULiege; Feyers, Dorothée ULiege; Jedidi, Haroun ULiege et al

in Human Brain Mapping (2013), 34

Autobiographical memory in amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment (aMCI) is characterized by impaired retrieval of episodic memories, but relatively preserved personal semantic knowledge. This study aimed to ... [more ▼]

Autobiographical memory in amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment (aMCI) is characterized by impaired retrieval of episodic memories, but relatively preserved personal semantic knowledge. This study aimed to identify (via FDG-PET) the neural substrates of impaired episodic specificity of autobiographical memories in 35 aMCI patients compared with 24 healthy elderly controls. Significant correlations between regional cerebral activity and the proportion of episodic details in autobiographical memories from two life periods were found in specific regions of an autobiographical brain network. In aMCI patients, more than in controls, specifically episodic memories from early adulthood were associated with metabolic activity in the cuneus and in parietal regions. We hypothesized that variable retrieval of episodic autobiographical memories in our aMCI patients would be related to their variable capacity to reactivate specific sensory-perceptual and contextual details of early adulthood events linked to reduced (occipito-parietal) visual imagery and less efficient (parietal) attentional processes. For recent memories (last year), a correlation emerged between the proportion of episodic details and activity in lateral temporal regions and the temporo-parietal junction. Accordingly, variable episodic memory for recent events may be related to the efficiency of controlled search through general events likely to provide cues for the retrieval of episodic details and to the ability to establish a self perspective favouring recollection. [less ▲]

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See detailEpisodic memory and aging: The effect of perceptual processing fluency on recognition memory processes
Bastin, Christine ULiege; Willems, Sylvie ULiege

in Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (2016), S2016

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See detailEpisodic memory and aging: The effect of perceptual processing fluency on recognition memory processes
Bastin, Christine ULiege; Willems, Sylvie ULiege

Poster (2016, April 03)

Normal aging is characterized by decreased recollection, but better preserved familiarity. Memory tasks that facilitate the use of familiarity should allow attenuating age-related differences in memory ... [more ▼]

Normal aging is characterized by decreased recollection, but better preserved familiarity. Memory tasks that facilitate the use of familiarity should allow attenuating age-related differences in memory. The study tested two hypotheses: (1) can the reliance on familiarity during recognition memory be promoted by increasing the difference in perceptual processing fluency between old and new items; (2) can this manipulation reduce age-related difficulties in episodic memory? Twenty-four young and 24 older adults performed two verbal recognition memory tasks. In the No-Overlap task, target words and new words did not share any letter. Prior exposition to the target words thus induced increased processing fluency of the words and letters, so that fluency difference was a salient and reliable cue to discriminate between old and new words. In the Overlap task, target and new words had letters in common, so fluency cues were less useful. Recollection and familiarity was assessed with the Remember/Know/Guess paradigm. The results showed an age effect on recollection but intact familiarity. Moreover, (1) memory performance was better in the No Overlap than the Overlap task, with a greater hit rate and a smaller false alarm rate associated with familiarity. And, (2) age-related differences in recognition accuracy (hits – false alarms) were significantly attenuated in the No Overlap task compared to the Overlap task. These findings suggest that minimizing the perceptual similarity between targets and distractors, and thus increasing processing fluency differences, allowed to reduce the effect of age on recognition memory performance by facilitating the use of familiarity. [less ▲]

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See detailThe episodic memory evaluation in incipient Alzheimer's disease
Ivanoiu, Adrian; Adam, Stéphane ULiege; Van der Linden, Martial ULiege et al

Poster (2000, June 20)

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See detailEpisodic memory in Alzheimer’s disease
Bastin, Christine ULiege

Scientific conference (2012)

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See detailEpisodic memory in Alzheimer’s disease: Investigation of recollection and familiarity processes
Bastin, Christine ULiege

Scientific conference (2015, March 12)

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See detailEpisodic memory in normal aging and Alzheimer’s disease
Bastin, Christine ULiege

Scientific conference (2012)

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See detailEpisodios de una guerra interminable de Almudena Grandes, ¿novelas de la memoria histórica?
Becerra Mayor, David ULiege

in Kamchatka. Revista de análisis cultural (2013), 2

This article proposes an analysis of the presence of Spanish Civil War in Almudena Grandes’ narrative, particularly in The frozen heart (2007) and in the two installments of the Episodes of an unending ... [more ▼]

This article proposes an analysis of the presence of Spanish Civil War in Almudena Grandes’ narrative, particularly in The frozen heart (2007) and in the two installments of the Episodes of an unending war, entitled Inés and Mirth (2010) and The Reader of Jules Verne (2012). Using a critical approach a key question is raised: are these novels, strictly speaking, historical memory novels or they cause a weakening of historicity? History is reconstructed from the private space or from a neohumanist point of view where the radical inconsistencies are displaced by incon-sistencies assumable by the system, or the historical, political and social conflict is reduced to a fratricidal conflict, between other elements that are present in the analyzed works. This article attempts to review and define the way in which the ruling ideology is produced in these novels about the Spanish Civil War. [less ▲]

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See detailEpisphalosomic Syndrome : A Mca Syndrome Ressembling Fanconi Anemia, with Increased Baseline Level of Chromosome Breaks but No Hypersensivity to Clastogens
Verloes, Alain ULiege; JAMAR, Mauricette ULiege; Dideberg, Vinciane ULiege et al

in Annales de Génétique (2001), 44(2, Apr-Jun), 59-62

We describe a child with facial dysmorphism (trigonocephaly, epicanthus, upturned nose, small ears), thumb hypoplasia, micropenis, jejunal atresia and moderate mental retardation with dysphasia ... [more ▼]

We describe a child with facial dysmorphism (trigonocephaly, epicanthus, upturned nose, small ears), thumb hypoplasia, micropenis, jejunal atresia and moderate mental retardation with dysphasia. Cytogenetic workup revealed high spontaneous level of chromosomal aberrations (without specific pattern and no quadriradial figures) and borderline to absent hypersensitivity to mitomycin C, making a diagnosis of Fanconi anemia unlikely. The child described here shares similarities with a small number of previous reports. We suggest to refer to this entity as episphalosomic syndrome. Episphalosomic syndrome shows some clinical overlap with Fanconi anemia, but lacks its cytogenetic hallmark. The hematological complications of Fanconi anemia have not been reported in this entity. [less ▲]

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See detailEpistasis associated to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in humans
Gusareva, Elena ULiege; Wei, Zhi; Traherne, J.A. et al

Poster (2015, October 05)

Gene-gene interactions underlie biochemical pathways and have been well demonstrated in model organisms. Very few examples exist on replicated epistasis in humans. Here, we performed genome-wide scans to ... [more ▼]

Gene-gene interactions underlie biochemical pathways and have been well demonstrated in model organisms. Very few examples exist on replicated epistasis in humans. Here, we performed genome-wide scans to detect epistasis associated to Crohn’s disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC). We used extensive data of the IIBDGC consisting of 18277 and 14224 CD and UC patients, respectively, and ~34050 healthy controls from 15 European countries typed on the Immunochip. At first, we removed rare variants at MAF<0.05 and filtered common variants at linkage disequilibrium (LD) of r2>0.75. To limit our results to independent effects, SNPs on chromosome 6 (which contains the HLA locus), were furthermore pruned to ensure an LD of r2<0.35. We adjusted the binary traits, CD and UC, for population stratification by regressing out the first 5 principal components in R-3.0.1. The study cohorts were randomly stratified into two subgroups (referred as discovery and replication). We then performed screenings for epistatic interactions with new adjusted trait values in the two subgroups using multidimensional reduction tool MB-MDR with permutation-based (step-down MaxT) multiple testing correction and significance assessment at 0.05. We identified 14 and 6 SNP-pairs associated to CD and UC, respectively, which were concordant between the discovery and replication groups. All SNP-pairs involved concomitant variants located on the same chromosomes (for CD at 1p31.3, 5p13.1, 16q12.1 and for UC at 1p31.3, 6p21.3). A more detailed investigation of these findings, as well as the implementation of different analysis protocols, will further increase our understanding of possible epistatic mechanisms underpinning IBD. [less ▲]

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See detailEpistemic (un)certainty in times of crisis: The role of coherence as a social convention in the European Neighbourhood Policy after the Arab Spring
Natorski, Michal ULiege

in European Journal of International Relations (2016)

Academic wisdom assumes that crises precipitate institutional and policy changes in domestic and international politics. However, the relation between crises and policy outcomes is under-theorised. This ... [more ▼]

Academic wisdom assumes that crises precipitate institutional and policy changes in domestic and international politics. However, the relation between crises and policy outcomes is under-theorised. This article conceptualises epistemic coherence as a factor that links crises and their consequences through policy continuity. Crises expose contradictions and inconsistencies, which create uncertainty. Therefore, actors seek to recover the epistemic certainty provided by coherence, which tacitly informs, structures and simplifies actors’ interpretation of reality, even during crisis. For this reason, the role of coherence in policy ideas and institutional rules remains essential to understanding policy continuity. This article illustrates the role of coherence in the policy continuity of the European Neighbourhood Policy in the context of the Arab Spring and the changes in the institutional architecture of European Union foreign policy during 2010–2011. [less ▲]

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See detailEpistemic Logic
Gochet, Paul ULiege; Gribomont, Pascal ULiege

in Gabbay, Dov; Woods, John (Eds.) Handbook of the History of Logic, vol. 7 (2006)

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See detailThe epistemic politics of TA institutionalization and international TA collaboration – a cosmopolitan perspective
Rosskamp, Benedikt ULiege

Conference (2017, May 18)

When addressing the issue of further institutionalization of TA, two assumptions need to be empirically confronted and conceptually revisited. A first one considers the evolution of TA as a linear ... [more ▼]

When addressing the issue of further institutionalization of TA, two assumptions need to be empirically confronted and conceptually revisited. A first one considers the evolution of TA as a linear progression leading to new institutional creations in an increasing number of countries. Despite a series of calls for distributed, networked, multi-level and multi-actor TA capacities, the idea of creating more single, national, specialized and dedicated TA organizations remains dominant in TA discourse. A second assumption concerns the rationale of Technology Assessment and its performance in terms of “opening up” and “broadening out” (Ely et al. 2014) or “the reflexivity pathway” (Delvenne 2011), notably by resorting to participatory Technology Assessment. Results from case studies in Wallonia, Portugal and the Czech Republic require reconsidering the above-mentioned evolutionary assumptions for a more complex and paradoxical understanding of the future of TA. While the TA achievements in each case study are still uncertain to a high degree, we can sum up these respective TA developments under the banner of “evidence-based governance”. This particular understanding of knowledge and decision-making is coherent with a simultaneous observed shift away from the institutional deficit of TA (creating new institutions in newcomer countries) to a renewed strategy of resorbing a knowledge deficit (making TA knowledge available to a wider number of countries). This renewed approach to TA collaboration and capacity building increasingly gains traction both from a bottom-up perspective where actors try to organize themselves into a critical mass and in a top-down perspective of neoliberal and austerity policies. In such a constellation, positivistic science provides an evidence-base, which supposedly supports multi-level, multi-actor governance as it allows knowledge produced in one place to travel and serve a wide spectrum of actors and decision-making arenas. The consequences of this shift are crucially important to explore the re-makings and futures of Technology Assessment, as they put to the fore the issue of subsidiarity of both the production and the use of TA knowledge. Finally, we identify a shift from coexistence to a cosmopolitan mode of epistemic subsidiarity (Jasanoff 2013, 2014). The latter raises a series of new theoretical, practical and normative questions for the TA community. [less ▲]

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See detailEpistemological obstacle
Schneider-Gilot, Marguerite ULiege

in Lerman, S (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education (2014)

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