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See detailPsychologie et antipsychologisme chez Husserl – l’année 1894
Gyemant, Maria ULg

in Gyemant, Maria (Ed.) Psychologie et psychologisme (2012, February 14)

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See detailPsychologie et histoire : une réflexion à double sens
Richelle, Marc ULg

in Anuario de Psicologia (2002), 33(2), 231-247

This reflection on the relations between psychology and history addresses four distinct issues. The first is the history of psychology: the importance of reference to the past, even if only to put current ... [more ▼]

This reflection on the relations between psychology and history addresses four distinct issues. The first is the history of psychology: the importance of reference to the past, even if only to put current research and theory into perspective. Second, the essential historical dimension of human is presented as a crucial aspect in defining the very object of psychological science; the "historical psychology" approach, specifically its French variety as represented by Ignace Meyerson's legacy, is breifly discussed. Third, the contribution of psychology to the work of historians is considered. Finally, the joint involvement of both psychology and history in contemporary society is discussed with reference to the use (and abuse) of history in the construction of collective identity and to the claims for repair for offenses and damages made in the past, echoed by the declarations of guilt on the part of their perpetrators, on more exactly their descendants. These issues are discussed in the light of psychological approaches to memory and forgetting. [less ▲]

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See detailPsychologie et psychologisme
Gyemant, Maria ULg

Book published by Vrin - à paraître (2013)

L’objectif de ce volume est de faire le point sur la question du psychologisme. Nous voudrions examiner non pas, comme cela est fait traditionnellement, pourquoi et comment il faut critiquer ce type de ... [more ▼]

L’objectif de ce volume est de faire le point sur la question du psychologisme. Nous voudrions examiner non pas, comme cela est fait traditionnellement, pourquoi et comment il faut critiquer ce type de position, mais aller au cœur du problème pour comprendre qu’est-ce que les auteurs qui ont adopté ce point de vue comptaient gagner et quel est, plus précisément, le rapport entre psychologisme et psychologie. C'est ainsi qu’une éventuelle réfutation du psychologisme pourra se fonder dans une véritable compréhension des enjeux et des nuances de cette position. Le psychologisme s’impose comme problème à cause du paradoxe qu’il engendre : d’une part la logique est une des dimensions de la pensée, et donc elle est partie intégrante du domaine de la psychologie. D’autre part, la psychologie elle même prétend être une science et donc elle doit se soumettre aux lois de la logique. La question du psychologisme est donc, en réalité, la question de savoir si c'est bien la logique qui se fonde sur les données de la psychologie ou bien si c'est la psychologie qui doit prendre comme fondement les lois de la logique. On le sait, le terme « psychologisme » a été utilisé surtout par les antipsychologistes, et en un sens péjoratif, pour désigner la prétention de fonder la logique dans la psychologie et de chercher par là-même les fondements de la vérité dans des lois psychologiques qui régissent la connaissance en tant qu’activité concrète de penser. La conséquence souvent déplorée de ce point de vue est que la connaissance - et la vérité qui en est la condition - se trouvent ainsi relativisées : nous entendons désormais par connaissance une activité empirique qui dépend de l’histoire personnelle du sujet connaissant et qui n’a pas de sens indépendamment de ce sujet. Si les arguments « anti-psychologistes », qui ont été formulés à la fin du XIXe siècle par Bolzano, Frege et Husserl entre autres, semblent l’avoir emporté avec succès, nous voudrions inviter les contributeurs à une réflexion sur les effets que cette critique a eu sur la psychologie entendue en un sens large. La psychologie, en tant que science des phénomènes psychiques, se réduit-elle à une prétention psychologiste sur la connaissance ? Ni a-t-il des questions que la psychologie soulève et se donne les moyens de résoudre, qui font de la psychologie un domaine légitime et fécond de la philosophie ? La question en travail sera donc : faut-il être psychologiste pour être psychologue ? Et implicitement il y a-t-il encore un intérêt pour le philosophe de chercher des réponses dans la psychologie et à quelles questions ? Nous proposons donc comme but de ce volume de mesurer d’une part le thème psychologiste concernant la théorie de la connaissance aux autres thèmes, peut-être plus convaincantes, que la psychologie avance à cette époque et d’autre part de mesurer l’effet que les arguments anti-psychologistes ont eu par la suite sur l’évolution de la psychologie comme science et sur sa pertinence philosophique. Nous discuterons cette problématique à partir de Kant et jusqu’à Husserl et Frege, en passant par Fries, Herbart, Beneke, Brentano et Stumpf. Le volume inclura (sous réserve de confirmation) les contributions de Jocelyn Benoist (Université Paris 1, Archives Husserl Paris), Rudolf Bernet (KU Leuven), Federico Boccaccini (ULg), Christian Bonnet (Université Paris 1), Arnaud Dewalque (ULg), Raphaël Ehrsam (Université Paris 1), Denis Fisette (Université du Québec à Montréal), Maria Gyemant (ULg), Martin Kusch (Université de Vienne), Carole Maigné (Université Paris IV, Archives Husserl Paris) et Denis Seron (ULg). [less ▲]

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See detailPsychologie expérimentale et psychopharmacologie
Richelle, Marc ULg

in Revue Médicale de Liège (1963), 18(6), 173-182

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See detailLa psychologie morale de Brentano
Boccaccini, Federico ULg

E-print/Working paper (2014)

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See detailPsychologie, énergie, morphologie et pathologie de l'art chez Worringer et Wölfflin
Steinmetz, Rudy ULg

in La Part de l'Oeil (2013), 27-28

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See detailPsychologies et formation de l'homme
Richelle, Marc ULg

in Starobinski, J. (Ed.) Former l'homme ? (1979)

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See detailLa psychologisation de l'espace newtonien dans la Critique de la raison pure de Kant
Seba, Jean-Renaud ULg

Scientific conference (2009, June 01)

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See detailPsychologisation ou transformation des modes de traitement social de la « question sociale » ?
Vrancken, Didier ULg

in Bresson, Maryse (Ed.) La psychologisation de l’intervention sociale : mythes et réalités (2006)

Envisageant la question de la problématisation d'une psychologisation du social, l'auteur propose une réflexion proposant davantage de partir des évolutions récentes des politiques sociales et de ... [more ▼]

Envisageant la question de la problématisation d'une psychologisation du social, l'auteur propose une réflexion proposant davantage de partir des évolutions récentes des politiques sociales et de considérer que nous évoluons plutôt dans une société du travail sur Soi de plus en plus confrontée à la montée de dispositifs individualisants. [less ▲]

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See detailThe psychologist' roles in cardiac emergency unit
Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg; Fontaine, Ovide ULg

Poster (1987, August)

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See detailThe psychology behind road pricing: Identification of socio-cognitive factors inducing changes in activity-travel behavior
Cools, Mario ULg; Brijs, Kris; Moons, Elke et al

in Proceedings of the 12 World Conference on Transport Research (2010)

The overall final objective of this study is to investigate the effect of road pricing on people’s tendency to adapt their current travel behaviour. In order to reach this goal, a two-stage hierarchical ... [more ▼]

The overall final objective of this study is to investigate the effect of road pricing on people’s tendency to adapt their current travel behaviour. In order to reach this goal, a two-stage hierarchical model is estimated, concentrated around the concept of public acceptability. The research was conducted in Flanders, the Dutch-speaking region of Belgium, by means of an interactive stated adaptation survey, administered on the internet, involving 300 respondents. It is found that behavioural changes themselves are not dependent on the perceived acceptability of road pricing. In addition, earlier findings concerning the acceptability of push measures are validated, and the relevance of using latent factors rather than aggregate indicators is illustrated. [less ▲]

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See detailPsychology facing the challenges of the third millenium
Richelle, Marc ULg

in Revista Portuguesa de Psicologia (1999), 33

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See detailPsychology in Belgium
Richelle, Marc ULg; Janssen, P.; Brédart, Serge ULg

in Annual Review of Psychology (1992), 43

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See detailPsychology of migration and losses: Mourning process in families native from Democratic Republic of Congo
Thiltges, Esther ULg; D'Amore, Salvatore ULg; Blavier, Adelaïde ULg

Poster (2011, May 27)

Migration constitutes a potentially traumatic event along with cultural losses and psychic reorganizations (Moro, 1994, 1998). The lost object is physically absent but psychologically present and this ... [more ▼]

Migration constitutes a potentially traumatic event along with cultural losses and psychic reorganizations (Moro, 1994, 1998). The lost object is physically absent but psychologically present and this ambiguity precludes the mourning process (Boss, 1999). Indeed migration losses are unclear, incomplete and potentially retrievable (ex: return in the country, Falicov, 2003). The mourning process cannot be achieved because the object (country, family, cultural and social environments) is still existing (Aouattah, 2003). Nevertheless, exile does not have to be seen only as traumatizing but also as a potentially creative experience (Douville, 2001). Therefore, we also took into account benefits of the migration and individual resources. We analyzed a sample of five families from the Democratic Republic of Congo – with open questions during two meetings – and we tested the following hypothesis: "the mourning process is the result of the dynamic interactions between losses, resources and benefits ". We defined these dynamics through three steps: association and confusion; dissociation and identification; integration and achievement of the mourning process. We tested our hypothesis using Alceste – which is a statistical tool for discourse analysis – and the results confirmed it. We can state our conclusions as follows. At the first stage of the process, there exists confusion between losses, resources and benefits. At the second stage, the persons can differentiate and separate these three elements. And at the last step, people can achieve the mourning process, live with their losses and launch themselves into the future. [less ▲]

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See detailPsychometric properties of the temperament and character inventory-revised (TCI-R) in a Belgian sample.
Hansenne, Michel ULg; Delhez, Marie; Cloninger, C Robert

in Journal of Personality Assessment (2005), 85(1), 40-9

The Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI; Cloninger, Przybeck, Svrakic, & Wetzel, 1994) is a self-questionnaire developed to assess the 7 dimensions of personality described by Cloninger et al. (1994 ... [more ▼]

The Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI; Cloninger, Przybeck, Svrakic, & Wetzel, 1994) is a self-questionnaire developed to assess the 7 dimensions of personality described by Cloninger et al. (1994) with a total of 29 subscales. In 1999, a revised version was proposed by Cloninger (TCI-R). In this study, we present psychometric properties of the TCI-R from 958 French-speaking participants of Belgium. Women exhibited higher scores for harm avoidance, reward dependence, and cooperativeness dimensions. The proposed factorial structure of 4 temperament dimensions and 3 character dimensions was confirmed. The TCI-R inventory had good test-retest reliabilities as well as good alpha coefficients. The addition of 3 new subscales to the original scale for Persistence has produced a very reliable dimension in the TCI-R. [less ▲]

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See detailPsychometrical performance of young belgian boys with unusual lead absorption : A pilot study
Thirion, Paul ULg; Sartor, Francis; Deltour, Jean-Jacques et al

in Rondia, Désiré (Ed.) Belgian research on metals cycling : Proceedings of a symposium held in Brussels, 11-12 october 1985 (1986)

Two groups of boys, 4-5 years old, living respectively in a high and low lead intake risk areas (Verviers and Liege) have been compared for two intelligence scales, for the developmental test of the ... [more ▼]

Two groups of boys, 4-5 years old, living respectively in a high and low lead intake risk areas (Verviers and Liege) have been compared for two intelligence scales, for the developmental test of the visual perception, for two French vocabulary tests and for the hair lead content. Possible psychological or sociological bias have been controlled by the matching of boys for familial variables and by exclusion of children with a non acceptable medical and psychological previous history. The results show a higher geometric mean for the hair lead concentration in the Verviers children. The mean scores of the Wechsler full scale IQ and the vocabulary tests do not differ significantly in the investigated groups. The performance subtests of the intelligence scales however give different results at the usual 5% level. The small size of the samples examined in this pilot study precludes any conclusion about the causality or the strength of the association. [less ▲]

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See detailPsychomotor disadaptation syndrome: a poorly known clinical entity
lepage, stéphanie; GILLAIN, Sophie ULg; Petermans, Jean ULg

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2012), 67(2), 75-80

Le Syndrome de Désadaptation PsychoMotrice (SDPM) représente une entité clinique typiquement gériatrique. Il regroupe des troubles posturaux tels que la rétropulsion du corps, des troubles de la marche ... [more ▼]

Le Syndrome de Désadaptation PsychoMotrice (SDPM) représente une entité clinique typiquement gériatrique. Il regroupe des troubles posturaux tels que la rétropulsion du corps, des troubles de la marche peu spécifiques, des signes neurologiques comme une akinésie axiale et une hypertonie, ainsi que des troubles psychocomportementaux proches de ceux retrouvés dans la dépression. Son diagnostic repose tant sur la clinique que sur les données iconographiques. Ce syndrome cause des chutes qui occasionnent un sentiment d’insécurité chez la personne âgée. Celle-ci se dévalorise, risque de se replier sur elle-même et de perdre son autonomie et tout contact social. Dans cet article, nous évoquerons brièvement la physiopathologie, tenterons de rappeler les outils diagnostiques et proposerons une prise en charge des patients souffrant de ce syndrome. [less ▲]

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See detailPsychomotor retardation, spastic paraplegia, cerebellar ataxia and dyskinesia associated with low 5-methyltetrahydrofolate in cerebrospinal fluid: A novel neurometabolic condition responding to folinic acid substitution
Ramaekers, Vincent ULg; Häusler, M.; Opladen, T. et al

in Neuropediatrics (2002), 33(6), 301-308

Introduction: Normal brain development and function depend on the active transport of folates across the blood-brain barrier. The folate receptor-1 (FR1) protein is localized at the basolateral surface of ... [more ▼]

Introduction: Normal brain development and function depend on the active transport of folates across the blood-brain barrier. The folate receptor-1 (FR1) protein is localized at the basolateral surface of the choroid plexus, which is characterized by a high binding affinity for circulating 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5- MTHF). Patients and Methods: We report on the clinical and metabolic findings among five children with normal neurodevelopmental progress during the first four to six months followed by the acquisition of a neurological condition which includes marked irritability, decelerating head growth, psychomotor retardation, cerebellar ataxia, dyskinesias (choreoathetosis, ballism), pyramidal signs in the lower limbs and occasional seizures. After the age of six years the two oldest patients also manifested a central visual disorder. Known disorders have been ruled out by extensive investigations. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) analysis included determination of biogenic monoamines, pterins and 5-MTHF. Results: Despite normal folate levels in serum and red blood cells with normal homocysteine, analysis of CSF revealed a decline towards very low values for 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF), which suggested disturbed transport of folates across the blood-brain barrier. Genetic analysis of the FR1 gene revealed normal coding sequences. Oral treatment with doses of the stable compound folinic acid (0.5-1 mg/kg/day Leucovorin®) resulted in clinical amelioration and normalization of 5-MTHF values in CSF. Conclusion: Our findings identified a new condition manifesting after the age of 6 months which was accompanied by low 5-MTHF in cerebrospinal fluid and responded to oral supplements with folinic acid. However, the cause of disturbed folate transfer across the blood-brain barrier remains unknown. [less ▲]

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See detailPsychoneuroendocrinologie et neurosciences
Scantamburlo, Gabrielle ULg

Learning material (2007)

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See detailPsychoneuroimmunologie
Scantamburlo, Gabrielle ULg

Learning material (2009)

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