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See detailIndependent conditional clauses with argumentative function in Dutch
D’Hertefelt, Sarah; Van linden, An ULiege

in Text & Talk (2017)

This study offers an analysis of independent conditional clauses (ICCs) that are used with argumentative functions in spoken Dutch. ICCs are used as arguments when they serve to motivate the speaker’s ... [more ▼]

This study offers an analysis of independent conditional clauses (ICCs) that are used with argumentative functions in spoken Dutch. ICCs are used as arguments when they serve to motivate the speaker’s implied standpoint regarding a preceding propositional content, termed the trigger. Two basic types of argumentative ICCs can be distinguished, which are termed ‘direct’ and ‘indirect’ arguments. Direct arguments express a contextually given premise on the basis of which a conclusion about the speaker’s standpoint regarding a preceding trigger can be drawn. Indirect arguments, by contrast, express a condition that – if it had held – would have warranted the conclusion, but its counterfactual interpretation resulting from hypothetical backshift signals that the speaker knows that this condition is not fulfilled, and hence that the implied standpoint regarding a trigger is not valid either. We argue that direct and indirect ICCs instantiate independent instances of epistemic non-predictive conditionals and hypothetical predictive conditionals (Dancygier 1993, 1998) respectively, and that they set up propositional-logic arguments of different classic forms, i.e. the modus ponendo ponens form (direct ICCs) and the denying the antecedent form (indirect ICCs). However, they do not explicitly express the conclusion of the argument, as they lack a main clause, but leave it to be inferred by the addressee. [less ▲]

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See detailIndependent or interdependent self-construal and visual perspective in memory
François, Sarah ULiege; Cornet, Alyssa; Brédart, Serge ULiege

Poster (2014, May 27)

Two visual perspectives from which memories can be retrieved have been described in the literature (Nigro & Neisser, 1983). Memories from the first person perspective are experienced as if seeing the ... [more ▼]

Two visual perspectives from which memories can be retrieved have been described in the literature (Nigro & Neisser, 1983). Memories from the first person perspective are experienced as if seeing the events again through one’s own eyes whereas third person perspective (or observer perspective) is the one of an external observer watching the scene. Cultural differences in the use of those memory points of view have been evidenced, but what they depend on exactly is still uncertain. One way to characterize culture is through their levels of independent and interdependent self-construals, that is how much people from a given culture define themselves as independent from or dependent on others. The present experiment aimed at examining the impact of independent and interdependent self-construals on memory perspective. In order to do so, the impact of a self-construal priming task on the vantage point used to retrieve a memory was investigated. Participants were either assigned to an independent self-construal priming condition, to an interdependent self-construal priming condition or to a control condition. The visual perspective from which they retrieved a memory for their first day at university was then measured using a Likert scale. Finally, an analytic and holistic letter perception task was used in order to objectivize the priming task’s efficiency. Results showed that participants who underwent an independent self-construal priming tended to retrieve their memory from a more external perspective than participants from the interdependent self-construal priming group. Priming also significantly influenced performance at the letter perception task. These results are consistent with those obtained by Cohen and Gunz (2002). In the present study, the results suggest that participants primed with independence retrieved memories in which they “see” themselves, therefore using a more external point of view at recall. The opposite would have occurred for the participants primed with interdependence, who supposedly retrieved memories in which they see others, thus leading to a more personal perspective in memory. Cohen, D., & Gunz, A. (2002). As seen by the other…: Perspectives on the self in the memories and emotional perceptions of easterners and westerners. Psychological Science, 13, 55-59. Nigro, G., & Neisser, U. (1983). Point of view in personal memories. Cognitive Psychology, 15, 467-482. [less ▲]

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See detailIndependent prognostic value of the 67-kd laminin receptor in human prostate cancer
Waltregny, David ULiege; de Leval, Laurence ULiege; Menard, Sylvie et al

in Journal of the National Cancer Institute (1997), 89(16), 1224-7

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See detailIndependent prognostic value of the 67-kD laminin receptor in human prostate cancer
Waltregny, David ULiege; de Leval, Laurence ULiege; Ménard, Sylvie et al

in British Journal of Urology (1997), 80(Suppl. 2), 231

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See detailIndependent single photon emitters – a versatile source for the generation
von Zanthier, J.; Maser, A.; Wiegner, R. et al

Conference (2011)

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See detailAn independent SSVEP-based brain-computer interface in locked-in-syndrome
Lesenfants, Damien ULiege; Habbal, Dina; Lugo et al

in Journal of Neural Engineering (2014)

OBJECTIVE: Steady-state visually evoked potential (SSVEP)-based brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) allow healthy subjects to communicate. However, their dependence on gaze control prevents their use with ... [more ▼]

OBJECTIVE: Steady-state visually evoked potential (SSVEP)-based brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) allow healthy subjects to communicate. However, their dependence on gaze control prevents their use with severely disabled patients. Gaze-independent SSVEP-BCIs have been designed but have shown a drop in accuracy and have not been tested in brain-injured patients. In the present paper, we propose a novel independent SSVEP-BCI based on covert attention with an improved classification rate. We study the influence of feature extraction algorithms and the number of harmonics. Finally, we test online communication on healthy volunteers and patients with locked-in syndrome (LIS). APPROACH: Twenty-four healthy subjects and six LIS patients participated in this study. An independent covert two-class SSVEP paradigm was used with a newly developed portable light emitting diode-based 'interlaced squares' stimulation pattern. MAIN RESULTS: Mean offline and online accuracies on healthy subjects were respectively 85 ± 2% and 74 ± 13%, with eight out of twelve subjects succeeding to communicate efficiently with 80 ± 9% accuracy. Two out of six LIS patients reached an offline accuracy above the chance level, illustrating a response to a command. One out of four LIS patients could communicate online. SIGNIFICANCE: We have demonstrated the feasibility of online communication with a covert SSVEP paradigm that is truly independent of all neuromuscular functions. The potential clinical use of the presented BCI system as a diagnostic (i.e., detecting command-following) and communication tool for severely brain-injured patients will need to be further explored. [less ▲]

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See detailIndependent value of the 67-kilodalton laminin receptor in human prostate cancer
Waltregny, David ULiege; de Leval, Laurence ULiege; Ménard, Sylvie et al

Conference (1997, January 17)

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See detailIndependent value of the 67-kilodalton laminin receptor in human prostate cancer
Waltregny, David ULiege; de Leval, Laurence ULiege; Ménard, Sylvie et al

in Acta Clinica Belgica (1997), 52(2), 93

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See detailIndéterminations de la photographie (I)
Havelange, Carl ULiege

Conference (2010, April 23)

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See detailIndéterminations de la photographie (II)
Havelange, Carl ULiege

Conference (2010, May 28)

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See detailIndex and References
Berthé, Valérie; Rigo, Michel ULiege

in Combinatorics, Automata and Number Theory (2010)

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See detailIndex de gravité chez les brûlés
Micheels, Jean ULiege; Lamy, Maurice ULiege

in Annales de l'Anesthésiologie Française (1980), 21(3), 276-280

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See detailIndex de gravité de la fonction rénale. A propos de 85 cas de résection d'anévrysme de l'aorte abdominale
Radermacher, E.; Lamy, Maurice ULiege

in Annales de l'Anesthésiologie Française (1980), 21(3), 257-258

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See detailIndex de gravité de la fonction ventilatoire. A propos de 380 cas de traumatismes thoraciques graves
Brunain, J. P.; Lamy, Maurice ULiege

in Annales de l'Anesthésiologie Française (1980), 21(3), 267-270

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See detailIndex de la pharmacopée latine du Ier au Xe siècle
Opsomer, Carmélia ULiege

Book published by Georg Olms (1989)

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See detailIndex de los conceptos de IDEAS e INNOVACIONES
Leclercq, Dieudonné ULiege; Cabrera

in Leclercq, Dieudonné (Ed.) IDEAS : Innovaciones en Dispositivos de Evaluacion de los Aprendizajes en la ensenanza Superior (2014)

Index of concepts in the 23 chapters of the book

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See detailIndex de résistance à la fatigue: que garder?
Paulus, Julien ULiege; Bosquet, Laurent; Forthomme, Bénédicte ULiege

Conference (2015, October 10)

Objective Isokinetic tests regularly contribute to the assessment of muscle performance. However, to evaluate an athlete who mainly uses the lactic anaerobic metabolism to perform or in specific ... [more ▼]

Objective Isokinetic tests regularly contribute to the assessment of muscle performance. However, to evaluate an athlete who mainly uses the lactic anaerobic metabolism to perform or in specific pathological contexts, fatigue-resistance protocol could be complementary to short maximal strength evaluation. Although the reproducibility of the protocol has been demonstrated by Bosquet et al. (2010), what about the reproductibility of the measured parameters and various "fatigue index" proposed by dynamometers and used in the clinic and in the literature? Material & method Seventeen subjects, moderately active, performed 30 reciprocal maximal concentric contractions on three occasions with one 7-10 days recovery between each session. The peak torque (PT) and the maximal work (MW) of each repetition computed and subsequently use to compile eleven measured parameters and build forty-four index. The reproducibility of each parameter and index was evaluated through their ICC (2,1), SEM and respective MD. Results The ICC values of the measured parameters for the knee extensors are almost always higher than 0.8 while those for flexor range between 0.7 and 0.8. The ICC values for built "fatigue index" are less than 0.7 and 0.5 respectively for the extensors and flexors. No significant difference was observed between the reproducibility of PT and that of MW (whether for the extensors or flexors or for the measured parameters and "fatigue index"). Discussion In view of the values obtained in our population, it appears that no "fatigue index"or calculated quotient (quotient of the last x repetitions by the first x or accumulated repetitions by the best,...) seems sufficiently reproducible for clinical or scientific use! Only the measured parameters such as the best repetition, total or partial sum have a (very) high or excellent reproducibility and can therefore be used in clinical or research domain. References Bosquet, L., Maquet, D., Forthomme, B., Nowak, N., Lehance, C., & Croisier, J. L. (2010). Effect of the lengthening of the protocol on the reliability of muscle fatigue indicators. Int J Sports Med, 31(2), 82-88. [less ▲]

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See detailIndex des formes
Baiwir, Esther ULiege

in Boutier, Marie-Guy; Lechanteur, Jean; Counet, Marie-Thérèse (Eds.) Atlas linguistique de la Wallonie. Tome 6. La terre, les plantes et les animaux (2006)

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