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See detailProcrastination as a self-regulation failure: The role of impulsivity and intrusive thoughts
Rebetez, Marie; Rochat, Lucien; Barsics, Catherine ULiege et al

in Psychological Reports (2018), 121(1), 26-41

Procrastination has been described as the quintessence of self-regulatory failure. This study examines the relationships between this self-regulatory failure and other manifestations of self-regulation ... [more ▼]

Procrastination has been described as the quintessence of self-regulatory failure. This study examines the relationships between this self-regulatory failure and other manifestations of self-regulation problems, namely impulsivity and intrusive thoughts. One hundred and forty-one participants completed questionnaires assessing procrastination, impulsivity (in particular, the urgency and lack of perseverance dimensions), and intrusive thoughts (i.e., rumination and daydreaming). Main results show that urgency mediated the association between rumination and procrastination, whereas rumination did not mediate the relation between urgency and procrastination. Lack of perseverance mediated the association between daydreaming and procrastination, and daydreaming mediated the relation between lack of perseverance and procrastination. This study highlights the role of impulsivity and intrusive thoughts in procrastination, specifies the links between these self-regulation problems, and provides insights into their (potential) underlying mechanisms. It also opens interesting prospects for management strategies for implementing targeted psychological interventions to reduce impulsive manifestations and/or thought control difficulties accompanying procrastination. [less ▲]

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See detailA direct examination of the cognitive underpinnings of multitasking abilities: A first study examining schizophrenia
Laloyaux, Julien ULiege; Van der Linden, Martial ULiege; Nuechterlein, K. H. et al

in Psychiatry Research (2018), 268

Many real world activities are complex and require multitasking abilities. However, the nature of these abilities remains poorly understood, and in particular in schizophrenia. The aim of the present ... [more ▼]

Many real world activities are complex and require multitasking abilities. However, the nature of these abilities remains poorly understood, and in particular in schizophrenia. The aim of the present study was to provide a better understanding of such abilities with the help of a newly developed computerized tool, the Computerized Meeting Preparation Task (CMPT). Fifty-seven individuals with schizophrenia and 39 healthy controls completed the CMPT and an extensive cognitive battery. Patients were also evaluated with a series of clinical measures. During the CMPT, participants are asked to prepare a room for a meeting while, at the same time, dealing with interruptions, solving problems, and remembering prospective memory instructions. The CMPT was found to significantly differentiate patients and healthy controls for several variables. Results also showed that multitasking abilities were related to a large array of cognitive functions and, in particular, to those associated to executive functioning. These relations were not explained by the presence of a general cognitive impairment. Finally, a double dissociation between multitasking abilities and performance on standard cognitive tests was observed. Altogether, these results underline the importance of evaluating multitasking abilities in schizophrenia as it allows detecting cognitive difficulties that cannot be identified by standard cognitive tests. © 2018 Elsevier B.V. [less ▲]

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See detailReduced specificity and enhanced subjective experience of future thinking in ageing: The influence of avoidance and emotion-regulation strategies
Jumentier, Sabrina; Barsics, Catherine ULiege; Van der Linden, Martial ULiege

in Memory (2018), 26(1), 59-73

Future thinking in older adults is characterised by a lack of specificity of imagined events and by an equal or even higher subjective experience, compared to younger adults. We considered whether this ... [more ▼]

Future thinking in older adults is characterised by a lack of specificity of imagined events and by an equal or even higher subjective experience, compared to younger adults. We considered whether this lack of specificity stemmed partly from the avoidance of a somewhat disturbing future and then examined the extent to which certain types of emotion-regulation strategies, namely positive reappraisal and positive refocusing, contributed to the subjective experience of future thinking. Middle-aged and older adults completed an adapted version of the AMT, in which temporal distance and cue word valence were manipulated, thus resulting in future conditions assumed to represent varying degrees of discomfort. Results indicate that distant future and negative cues restricted both the specificity and the subjective experience of future thinking. In addition, the use of avoidance strategies predicted the nature of future thoughts in the context of a supposed uncomfortable future (i.e., a distant future induced by negative cues), although it followed quite different age-related patterns. Together with the findings that positive reappraisal and positive refocusing (to a lesser extent) contributed to the subjective experience of future thinking, this study indicates that how individuals imagine their personal future also relies on affect- and emotion-regulation strategies. [less ▲]

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See detailSelf-regulation, impulsivity, and emotinal future thinking
D'Argembeau, Arnaud ULiege; Van der Linden, Martial ULiege

Conference (2017, May 19)

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See detailDepression is a heterogeneous condition: A cluster-analysis approach
Wagener, Aurélie ULiege; Baeyens, Céline; Van der Linden, Martial ULiege et al

Poster (2017, March 24)

The heterogeneity of depression (i.e., symptomatology profiles, treatment responsiveness) is more and more evidenced. From a clinical perspective, having a clearer overview of the symptoms’ heterogeneity ... [more ▼]

The heterogeneity of depression (i.e., symptomatology profiles, treatment responsiveness) is more and more evidenced. From a clinical perspective, having a clearer overview of the symptoms’ heterogeneity of depression will help (1) to deeper understand its underlined psychological processes and (2) to tailor clinical treatments (i.e., psychological interventions and/or antidepressant medications). In order to so, an effort to determine subtypes of depression has been developed through a cluster-analysis approach. Andreasen et al. (1980) identified three clusters of depressed patients based on the Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia; Schacht et al. (2014) evidenced five clusters based on the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (i.e., lack of insight, sleep/sexual/somatic, typical MDD, gastrointestinal/weight loss, mild MDD); Hybels et al. (2012) found three clusters of depressive patients based on the Center for Epidemiologic Studies-Depression Scale in community seniors; and Guidi et al. (2011) found two clusters of depressives in medically ill patients based on the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV (i.e., depressed somatizers, irritable/anxious depression). The current study aims at replicating and extending these previous findings in adults presenting depressive symptoms through a cluster-analysis approach. Unlike previous studies, the highlighting of the clusters will be based on the most frequently used assessment of depression, the Beck Depression Inventory-Second Edition (BDI-II). Further, the definition of the clusters will be based on the presence of the depressive symptoms rather than on their severity because symptoms’ severity on the BDI-II can be misrepresentative of the phenomenology of depressive symptoms’ clusters. A sample of 619 adults from community and mental healthcare centers has been recruited. Inclusion criteria were as follows: being a French-speaking adult aged between 18 and 60 years and presenting at least five symptoms on the BDI-II, irrespective of their severity. Data grouping was achieved through a combination of hierarchical (Ward’s method with squared Euclidian distance measurement) and nonhierarchical procedures (K-means cluster analysis), as recommended by recent theoretical trends. A six-cluster solution was evidenced: heavy sleepers (high levels of tiredness, loss of energy and increase of sleep), cognitive depressives (high levels of pessimism, past failures, guilty feelings, self-dislike and worthlessness), affective-somatic depressives (high levels of affective symptoms - loss of interest and pleasure - and somatic symptoms - increase of appetite and sleep, irritability), mild depressives (mild levels of all symptoms), sleepless depressives (high levels of decrease of sleep and tiredness), typical depressives (high levels of all symptoms). Results evidenced the heterogeneity of depressive symptoms, as six different clusters of depressive adults have been found. Two of the clusters identified in the current study are similar to two clusters identified by Schacht et al. (2014) (sleepless depressives are similar to the cluster “sleep/sexual/somatic” because their profile are highly characterized by symptoms related to insomnia and tiredness; mild depressives are similar to the cluster “mild MDD/symptoms” because their profile are characterized by low to average levels on all symptoms). The take-home message of this study is that depression is a heterogeneous condition. Consequently, it is necessary to consider this heterogeneity in order to tailor the psychological intervention. [less ▲]

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See detailTemporal compression in episodic memory for real-life events
Jeunehomme, Olivier ULiege; Folville, Adrien ULiege; Stawarczyk, David ULiege et al

Poster (2017, March 23)

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See detailTemporal compression in episodic memory for real-life events
Jeunehomme, Olivier ULiege; Folville, Adrien ULiege; Stawarczyk, David ULiege et al

Poster (2017, March 23)

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See detailThe Influence of future thinking on prosocial behavior
Cernadas Curotto, Patricia; Barsics, Catherine ULiege; Klimecki, Olga et al

Poster (2017)

Previous studies suggest a link between episodic mental simulations and prosocial behaviors, but this association is not fully understood. Here, we aimed to test whether prospection (or future thinking ... [more ▼]

Previous studies suggest a link between episodic mental simulations and prosocial behaviors, but this association is not fully understood. Here, we aimed to test whether prospection (or future thinking) could foster prosocial behaviors, and whether these prosocial behaviors correlate with several empathic traits. We also investigated whether the link between prospection and prosociality was mediated by cognitive empathy. Forty-eight participants received a future fluency (prospection condition) or verbal fluency (control condition) task and then played the Zürich Prosocial Game (ZPG; Leiberg, Klimecki, & Singer, 2011) in which they could help other fictitious participants. Consistent with our hypothesis, the results revealed that participants in the prospection condition engaged in significantly more prosocial behaviors than participants in the control condition. In addition, dispositional orientation towards the future and the past was significantly associated with empathy traits. Empathy traits were partially related to prosocial behaviors in the ZPG. However, we found no evidence that cognitive empathy mediated the relationship between prospection and prosociality. In summary, our findings provide initial evidence indicating that future thinking increases prosocial behaviors and that dispositional temporal orientation is related to empathy. These results are in line with the hypothesis of common core processes in different episodic simulations (Hassabis & Maguire, 2007). Finally, our research also confirms a link between empathy and prosocial behavior (Underwood & Moore, 1982). [less ▲]

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See detailL’Échelle de Perspective Temporelle Équilibrée : Version française
Barsics, Catherine ULiege; Rebetez, Marie; Rochat, Lucien et al

in Revue Francophone de Clinique Comportementale et Cognitive (2017), XXII(1), 18-22

La Perspective Temporelle Equilibrée fait référence à une disposition individuelle caractérisée par le fait de se projeter mentalement dans le futur et dans le passé de manière positive et fréquente. Nous ... [more ▼]

La Perspective Temporelle Equilibrée fait référence à une disposition individuelle caractérisée par le fait de se projeter mentalement dans le futur et dans le passé de manière positive et fréquente. Nous avons développé la version française d’une échelle initialement conçue en anglais, évaluant cette orientation temporelle : la “Balanced Time Perspective Scale” (Webster, 2011). Une étude en ligne a permis de recueillir les données de 622 participants francophones issus de la population générale (Barsics et al., 2017). Les résultats indiquent que la version française réplique la structure en deux facteurs du questionnaire original et plaident en faveur d’une bonne validité de construit. De surcroît, les résultats montrent qu’une tendance importante à se projeter mentalement dans le futur et dans le passé de manière positive et fréquente est associée à la réévaluation cognitive, une stratégie de régulation émotionnelle. En somme, ce questionnaire permet d’évaluer la perspective temporelle, qui est ici envisagée en tant qu’importante ressource pour le Self, et ce, en étroite relation avec les capacités de régulation émotionnelle. [less ▲]

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See detailIntensity and memory characteristics of near-death experiences
Martial, Charlotte ULiege; Charland-Verville, Vanessa ULiege; Cassol, Helena ULiege et al

in Consciousness and Cognition (2017)

Memories of Near-Death Experiences (NDEs) seem to be very detailed and stable over time. At present, there is still no satisfactory explanation for the NDEs’ rich phenomenology. Here we compared ... [more ▼]

Memories of Near-Death Experiences (NDEs) seem to be very detailed and stable over time. At present, there is still no satisfactory explanation for the NDEs’ rich phenomenology. Here we compared phenomenological characteristics of NDE memories with the reported experience’s intensity. We included 152 individuals with a self-reported “classical” NDE (i.e. occurring in life-threatening conditions). All participants completed a mailed questionnaire that included a measure of phenomenological characteristics of memories (the Memory Characteristics Questionnaire; MCQ) and a measure of NDE’s intensity (the Greyson NDE scale). Greyson NDE scale total score was positively correlated with MCQ total score, suggesting that participants who described more intense NDEs also reported more phenomenological memory characteristics of NDE. Using MCQ items, our study also showed that NDE’s intensity is associated in particular with sensory details, personal importance and reactivation frequency variables. [less ▲]

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See detailA French version of the Balanced Time Perspective Scale: Factor structure and relation to cognitive reappraisal.
Barsics, Catherine ULiege; Rebetez, Marie; Rochat, Lucien et al

in Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science (2017), 49(1), 51-57

A frequent and equal tendency to think positively about one’s past and future has been conceptualised as a balanced time perspective (TP). Such a dispositional temporal orientation has been associated ... [more ▼]

A frequent and equal tendency to think positively about one’s past and future has been conceptualised as a balanced time perspective (TP). Such a dispositional temporal orientation has been associated with higher life satisfaction and happiness. The aim of the present study was to develop and to validate a French version of the Balanced Time Perspective Scale (BTPS; Webster, 2011), which has been specifically designed to assess the combined use of positive future and past mental representations as resources for the self. Data were collected from an online survey in a sample of 622 French-speaking individuals from the general population. Results indicated that the French version of the BTPS replicated the 2-factor structure of the original questionnaire, and showed excellent internal consistency. External validity was supported by specific rela- tionships with measures of TP and positive affect. In addition, a high propensity to project oneself positively both in the future and the past was associated with greater use of cognitive reappraisal. [less ▲]

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See detailLa Perspective Temporelle Equilibrée: Validation d’un questionnaire et relation avec la régulation émotionnelle.
Barsics, Catherine ULiege; Rebetez, Marie My Lien; Rochat, Lucien et al

Poster (2016, November 26)

La Perspective Temporelle Equilibrée fait référence à une disposition individuelle caractérisée par le fait de se projeter mentalement dans le futur et dans le passé de manière positive et fréquente ... [more ▼]

La Perspective Temporelle Equilibrée fait référence à une disposition individuelle caractérisée par le fait de se projeter mentalement dans le futur et dans le passé de manière positive et fréquente. L’objectif de notre étude était de valider la version française d’une échelle, initialement conçue en anglais, évaluant cette orientation temporelle : la “Balanced Time Perspective Scale” (Webster, 2011). Une étude en ligne a permis de recueillir les données de 622 participants francophones issus de la population générale. Les résultats indiquent que la version française réplique la structure en deux facteurs du questionnaire original et plaident en faveur d’une bonne validité de construit. De surcroît, les résultats montrent qu’une tendance importante à se projeter mentalement dans le futur et dans le passé de manière positive et fréquente est associée à la réévaluation cognitive, une stratégie de régulation émotionnelle. En somme, ce questionnaire permet d’évaluer la perspective temporelle, qui est ici envisagée en tant qu’importante ressource pour le self, et ce, en étroite relation avec les capacités de régulation émotionnelle. [less ▲]

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See detailL'activation comportementale est-elle pertinente pour tous les adultes dépressifs ? Une analyse en clusters
Wagener, Aurélie ULiege; Baeyens, Céline; Van der Linden, Martial ULiege et al

Poster (2016, November 26)

INTRODUCTION : L’hétérogénéité de la dépression est de plus en plus mise en évidence en termes de profils de symptômes, de réponse au traitement, etc. Les théories comportementales de la dépression ... [more ▼]

INTRODUCTION : L’hétérogénéité de la dépression est de plus en plus mise en évidence en termes de profils de symptômes, de réponse au traitement, etc. Les théories comportementales de la dépression soulignent l’importance de l’inactivité ainsi que des faibles niveaux de plaisir et de fréquence d’activités plaisantes dans le maintien de la dépression. Cette étude poursuit deux objectifs : (1) investiguer l’hétérogénéité de la depression via une analyse en clusters, (2) investiguer les valeurs prédictives de l’inactivité ainsi que des faibles niveaux de plaisir et de fréquence d’activités plaisantes sur la dépression en fonction du cluster d’appartenance. METHODE : Des adultes tout venant et/ou consultant des centres de santé mentale ont été recrutés (âge entre 18 et 60 ans). Ils ont complété l’Inventaire de Dépression de Beck – Seconde Edition, l’Echelle d’Activation Comportementale pour la Dépression – Version courte, et l’Inventaire des événements plaisants. RESULTATS : Une solution en six clusters a été mise en évidence : “gros dormeurs/heavy sleepers”, “dépressifs cognitifs/cognitive depressives”, “dépressifs affectifs-somatiques/affective-somatic depressives”, “dépressifs légers/mild depressives”, “dépressifs dormant peu/sleepless depressives”, “dépressifs typiques/typical depressives”. Des relations significatives entre inactivité, fréquence d’activités plaisantes et dépression ont seulement été observées chez les “dépressifs cognitifs/cognitive depressives”, les “dépressifs légers/mild depressives” et les “dépressifs typiques/typical depressives”. DISCUSSION : Les résultats confirment l’hétérogénéité de la dépression puisque six clusters ont été mis en évidence. Par ailleurs, l’activation comportementale ne semble pertinente que pour trois de ces clusters dans lesquels les postulats du modèle comportemental de la dépression sont confirmés (“dépressifs cognitifs/cognitive depressives”, “dépressifs légers/mild depressives”, “dépressifs typiques/typical depressives”). [less ▲]

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See detailEmotional future-oriented thoughts: Characteristics and perceived functions
Barsics, Catherine ULiege; Rebetez, Marie; D'Argembeau, Arnaud ULiege et al

Conference (2016, July 19)

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􏰥􏰁􏰋􏰰􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰚􏰛􏰞􏰉􏰈􏰃􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰁􏰈􏰆􏰔􏰊􏰚􏰔􏰖􏰊􏰆􏰜􏰚􏰂􏰕􏰆􏰁􏰘􏰚􏰛􏰈􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰄􏰂􏰆􏰜􏰛􏰈􏰛􏰂􏰊􏰆􏰂􏰊􏰜􏰊􏰂􏰆􏰈􏰚􏰆􏰊􏰕􏰚􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋􏰁􏰖􏰖􏰰􏰆􏰃􏰄􏰞􏰋􏰄􏰜􏰄􏰅􏰁􏰋􏰈􏰆􏰊􏰙􏰊􏰋􏰈􏰃􏰵􏰆􏰭􏰛􏰅􏰉 􏰊􏰕􏰚􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋􏰁􏰖􏰆􏰜􏰛􏰈􏰛􏰂􏰊􏰍􏰚􏰂􏰄􏰊􏰋􏰈􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰚􏰛􏰞􏰉􏰈􏰃􏰆􏰠􏰒􏰕􏰚􏰶􏰷􏰃􏰢􏰆􏰮􏰊􏰂􏰊􏰆􏰜􏰄􏰂􏰃􏰈􏰆􏰄􏰋􏰙􏰊􏰃􏰈􏰄􏰞􏰁􏰈􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰄􏰋􏰆􏰋􏰁􏰈􏰛􏰂􏰁􏰖􏰆􏰃􏰊􏰈􏰈􏰄􏰋􏰞􏰃􏰤􏰆􏰁􏰋􏰝􏰆􏰃􏰊􏰅􏰚􏰋􏰝 􏰄􏰋􏰆􏰁􏰆􏰖􏰁􏰘􏰆􏰃􏰈􏰛􏰝􏰰􏰤􏰆􏰝􏰄􏰃􏰈􏰄􏰋􏰞􏰛􏰄􏰃􏰉􏰄􏰋􏰞􏰆􏰘􏰊􏰈􏰮􏰊􏰊􏰋􏰆􏰁􏰋􏰈􏰄􏰅􏰄􏰔􏰁􏰈􏰚􏰂􏰰􏰆􏰁􏰋􏰝􏰆􏰁􏰋􏰈􏰄􏰅􏰄􏰔􏰁􏰈􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰊􏰕􏰚􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋􏰃􏰆􏰠􏰄􏰵􏰊􏰵􏰤􏰆􏰊􏰕􏰚􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋􏰃 􏰊􏰓􏰔􏰊􏰂􏰄􏰊􏰋􏰅􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰄􏰋􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰆􏰔􏰂􏰊􏰃􏰊􏰋􏰈􏰆􏰙􏰊􏰂􏰃􏰛􏰃􏰆􏰊􏰕􏰚􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋􏰃􏰆􏰊􏰓􏰔􏰊􏰅􏰈􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰈􏰚􏰆􏰚􏰅􏰅􏰛􏰂􏰆􏰄􏰋􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰆􏰜􏰛􏰈􏰛􏰂􏰊􏰢􏰵􏰆􏰷􏰉􏰊􏰆􏰅􏰉􏰁􏰂􏰁􏰅􏰈􏰊􏰂􏰄􏰃􏰈􏰄􏰅􏰃􏰆􏰠􏰊􏰵􏰞􏰵􏰤 􏰂􏰊􏰔􏰂􏰊􏰃􏰊􏰋􏰈􏰁􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋􏰁􏰖􏰆􏰜􏰚􏰂􏰕􏰁􏰈􏰢􏰆􏰚􏰜􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰆􏰒􏰕􏰚􏰶􏰷􏰃􏰆􏰮􏰊􏰂􏰊􏰆􏰊􏰓􏰁􏰕􏰄􏰋􏰊􏰝􏰤􏰆􏰁􏰃􏰆􏰮􏰊􏰖􏰖􏰆􏰁􏰃􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰄􏰂􏰆􏰔􏰊􏰂􏰅􏰊􏰄􏰙􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰜􏰛􏰋􏰅􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋􏰃􏰵 􏰒􏰕􏰚􏰶􏰷􏰃􏰆􏰁􏰂􏰊􏰆􏰜􏰂􏰊􏰸􏰛􏰊􏰋􏰈􏰤􏰆􏰁􏰂􏰊􏰆􏰔􏰊􏰂􏰅􏰊􏰄􏰙􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰈􏰚􏰆􏰜􏰛􏰖􏰜􏰄􏰖􏰖􏰆􏰄􏰕􏰔􏰚􏰂􏰈􏰁􏰋􏰈􏰆􏰜􏰛􏰋􏰅􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋􏰃􏰆􏰃􏰛􏰅􏰉􏰆􏰁􏰃􏰆􏰞􏰚􏰁􏰖􏰆􏰔􏰛􏰂􏰃􏰛􏰄􏰈􏰆􏰁􏰋􏰝􏰆􏰊􏰕􏰚􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋 􏰂􏰊􏰞􏰛􏰖􏰁􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋􏰤􏰆􏰁􏰋􏰝􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰄􏰂􏰆􏰅􏰉􏰁􏰂􏰁􏰅􏰈􏰊􏰂􏰄􏰃􏰈􏰄􏰅􏰃􏰆􏰙􏰁􏰂􏰰􏰆􏰁􏰅􏰅􏰚􏰂􏰝􏰄􏰋􏰞􏰆􏰈􏰚􏰆􏰙􏰁􏰖􏰊􏰋􏰅􏰊􏰵􏰆􏰹􏰉􏰊􏰋􏰆􏰊􏰓􏰁􏰕􏰄􏰋􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰄􏰋􏰆􏰝􏰁􏰄􏰖􏰰􏰆􏰖􏰄􏰜􏰊􏰤􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰊 􏰔􏰚􏰃􏰄􏰈􏰄􏰙􏰄􏰈􏰰􏰆􏰘􏰄􏰁􏰃􏰆􏰄􏰋􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰆􏰜􏰂􏰊􏰸􏰛􏰊􏰋􏰅􏰰􏰆􏰚􏰜􏰆􏰒􏰕􏰚􏰶􏰷􏰃􏰆􏰄􏰃􏰆􏰂􏰊􏰃􏰈􏰂􏰄􏰅􏰈􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰈􏰚􏰆􏰁􏰋􏰈􏰄􏰅􏰄􏰔􏰁􏰈􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰊􏰕􏰚􏰈􏰄􏰚􏰋􏰃􏰵􏰆􏰺􏰙􏰊􏰂􏰁􏰖􏰖􏰤􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰃􏰊 􏰜􏰄􏰋􏰝􏰄􏰋􏰞􏰃􏰆􏰃􏰉􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰜􏰛􏰂􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰂􏰆􏰖􏰄􏰞􏰉􏰈􏰆􏰚􏰋􏰆􏰈􏰉􏰊􏰆􏰔􏰂􏰚􏰔􏰊􏰂􏰈􏰄􏰊􏰃􏰆􏰚􏰜􏰆􏰜􏰛􏰈􏰛􏰂􏰊􏰍􏰚􏰂􏰄􏰊􏰋􏰈􏰊􏰝􏰆􏰈􏰉 [less ▲]

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