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See detailI : L'apprentissage
Defays, Jean-Marc ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2000)

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See detail'I always considered I needed injury prevention to become an elite athlete': the road to the Olympics from the athlete and staff perspective.
Bonell Monsonís, Oriol; Verhagen, Evert; Kaux, Jean-François ULiege et al

in BMJ open sport & exercise medicine (2021), 7(4), 001217

In this study, we explored the perspectives about sports injury prevention of Belgium Olympic level athletes, coaches, managers and healthcare providers from various Olympic sports. We conducted a ... [more ▼]

In this study, we explored the perspectives about sports injury prevention of Belgium Olympic level athletes, coaches, managers and healthcare providers from various Olympic sports. We conducted a qualitative study, including 17 semistructured interviews. All interviews were transcribed verbatim and analysed by two independent coders through constant comparative data analysis based on Grounded Theory principles. Our findings overview the athlete's journey to becoming an elite athlete, and how an elite sports context influences and modulates injury prevention practice at this level. Participants described an elite athletic career as a continuous and adaptive evolving process. According to athletes and all stakeholders, sports injury prevention is a learning process shaped by individual experiences. This embodiment provides athletes with insight into the importance of ownership of their bodies and self-awareness. Thus, experience, communication, empowerment, knowledge, education, the elite athlete context and sports culture, all play a fundamental role in sports injury prevention. Our findings support the importance of contextual factors in sports injury prevention in an elite sports context. These results also bring practical implications on how we should approach injury prevention differently along an athlete's journey to becoming an elite athlete. Considering specific contextual factors and influencing the process through awareness, communication and a shared responsibility is essential to develop a healthy and successful athlete. [less ▲]

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See detailI am (un)happy but I don't know why: Subliminal positive-self statements effects
Bustin, Gaëlle ULiege; Weinberger, Joel

Poster (2013, January)

This study provides evidence that positive self-statements can increase mood among unhappy people if they are presented subliminally. In study 1, participants with low and high levels of dispositional ... [more ▼]

This study provides evidence that positive self-statements can increase mood among unhappy people if they are presented subliminally. In study 1, participants with low and high levels of dispositional happiness were presented subliminally with the two words I AM which were immediately paired with a positive word. Results revealed that being exposed to subliminal positive self-statements seems to provide a boost in mood for people with less happy dispositions. Surprisingly, opposite effects were found for participants who had joyful dispositions: exposure to subliminal positive self-statements tended to lower their mood. Study 2 confirmed these results with an implicit measure of mood. Such results suggest that subliminal messages can affect emotions and highlight the necessity of taking personality into account in unconscious cognition research. [less ▲]

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See detailI Am Very Sorry Sir! Breaking Bad News to Customers
Delcourt, Cécile ULiege; GREMLER, Dwayne; GREER, Dominique

Conference (2016, May 31)

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See detail"I Commentari di Giulio Cesare" (1575) : Andrea Palladio graveur ou l'exercice de l'illustration de l'histoire
Rusch, Arnaud ULiege; Bobin, Sarah; Carlizza, Marie

in Costa, Sandra (Ed.) La gravure et l'Histoire : les livres illustrés de la Renaissance et du Baroque à la conquête du passé (2010)

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See detailI create smile
LAMBERT, France ULiege

Conference (2012, April)

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See detail‘I did not like it much.’ Notes on Lewis Carroll in Brussels.
Houyaux, Justine ULiege

Conference (2017, April 20)

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See detailI grecismi in Gaio
Rochette, Bruno ULiege

Conference (2016, January 11)

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See detailI have a dream… Et si nous rêvions de nouvelles approches en oncologie?
COUCKE, Philippe ULiege

in Onco: Revue Multidisciplinaire d'Oncologie (2018), 12(3), 3

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See detailI know I am not nuts but I do not remember you asked me whether I was nuts or not
Genon, Sarah ULiege; Bastin, Christine ULiege; Collette, Fabienne ULiege et al

Article for general public (2014)

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See detail“I know I belong to a kind of migration that is perceived [to be] less problematic, but still, I am [a migrant]!” Migrant Self-Identification and Empathy amongst Privileged Migrants in Brussels
Hut, Elodie ULiege

Scientific conference (2021, December 08)

While the mediatization and the politization of the management of the European Union's physical borders has been exacerbated by the refugee reception crisis of 2015-2016, the expansion of 'symbolic ... [more ▼]

While the mediatization and the politization of the management of the European Union's physical borders has been exacerbated by the refugee reception crisis of 2015-2016, the expansion of 'symbolic' borders – which materialize through exclusionary attitudes towards migrants – deserves further attention, considering their crucial implications on social cohesion. This communication is based on a PhD thesis which more largely investigates the perceptions of (privileged) migrants from Italy, Greece, and Turkey living in Brussels vis-à-vis migrants and immigration in their country of origin. Amongst other things, this thesis seeks to highlight migrant categorization processes as powerful othering tools, which hierarchize migrants based on their perceived (un)deservingness and (un)desirability, along nationality, class, age, gender, race, ethnicity, and religious lines, amongst others. Drawing from 32 semi-structured in-depth interviews conducted between November 2020 and July 2021, this paper investigates the extent to which the self-identification process of privileged migrants produces empathy and solidarity with socio-economically disadvantaged migrants. Our findings attest to the complexity and fluidity of migrant self-identification processes and demonstrates the key role of perspective-taking and reflexivity around one’s privileged migration status in circumventing othering and exclusion discourses and practices towards marginalized migrant groups. [less ▲]

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See detail"I know it but I don't act it": Why a moralistic approach is not useful for alcohol consumption during mid adolescence in Belgium
Mathys, Cécile ULiege; Dirkx, Nicky; Van havere, Tina et al

Poster (2018, September)

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See detailI know what you did last summer - High resolution mapping of wild boar damages with drones
Michez, Adrien ULiege; Morelle, Kevin ULiege; Lehaire, François ULiege et al

Poster (2014, September 01)

Wild boar ability to cause important damages to agricultural lands is not anymore to be demonstrated. These damages often raise conflicts between farmers and hunters due to the associated economic losses ... [more ▼]

Wild boar ability to cause important damages to agricultural lands is not anymore to be demonstrated. These damages often raise conflicts between farmers and hunters due to the associated economic losses. Objective and accurate method for real impact assessment of losses suffered by farmers is thus needed. Currently,in Wallonia damage assessment is performed from the ground by experts, asked to evaluate precisely the area impacted. This task is time and man power consuming. Moreover, damaged areas are often large and consequently, sampling is mandatory and can induce accuracy issues. Recent development of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV / drone) toghether with lower cost and better accessibility for civil society and scientific community, makes now possible the use of this technology for wildlife researches. Through photogrammetric 3D reconstruction of the field crop, UAV can allow to objectively and precisely measure the area impacted by wild boar damages. In a context of increasing issues caused by wild boar to agriculture, and the need for stakeholders for accurate impact assessment, we tested an innovative approach to estimate more effectively the area impacted by wild boar. [less ▲]

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See detail« I like it but that’s not what we need ». A critical analysis of participatory music projects in refugee reception centres.
Mazzola, Alessandro ULiege

Conference (2020, December)

The 2015-18 refugee reception crisis featured strong humanitarian engagement and political mobilization of the European civil society. Organizations and engaged citizens played a key role in integrating ... [more ▼]

The 2015-18 refugee reception crisis featured strong humanitarian engagement and political mobilization of the European civil society. Organizations and engaged citizens played a key role in integrating the field practices of the state-mandated actors in charge of the reception and accommodation of asylum seekers. In many instances, the civil society represented the sole provider of services oriented towards the sociocultrual integration and the physical and psychological wellbeing of newcomers asylum seekers. Artistic practices were often employed by civil society actors to establish ties and relationships with newcomers. Practitioners, artists and culture professionals, indeed, designed and carried out participatory projects based on performing arts involving asylum seekers. The principles that motivated such activity revolved around the idea that being involved in the arts would help participants to relieve from post-traumatic stress, cope with gruelling wait and uncertainty for their asylum application, and ultimately get back to a normal life. I draw on ethnographic fieldwork contucted during the refugee reception crisis to critically discuss the impact of music-based participatory projects involving the residents of collective reception centres in Belgium. I argue that the principles motivating these projects, as well as the initial and final outcomes intended by practitioners (non-migrants), are often not shared by participants (migrants) who have different priorities, motivations and objectives. Although often positive, the impact of such projects is thus unrelated to the nature of the proposed activities, and springs from random contextual factors. I conclude by providing some recommendations to be adopted in the design and implementation of art-based projects in the specific context of collective reception centres. [less ▲]

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See detailI primi volgarizzamenti italiani delle Nozze di Mercurio e Filologia.
Moreno, Paola ULiege

in Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire (1999)

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See detailI remember it like it was yesterday: Age-related differences in the subjective experience of remembering
Folville, Adrien ULiege; Simons, Jon S.; D'Argembeau, Arnaud ULiege et al

in Psychonomic Bulletin and Review (2021)

It has been frequently described that older adults subjectively report the vividness of their memories as being as high, or even higher, than young adults, despite poorer objective memory performance ... [more ▼]

It has been frequently described that older adults subjectively report the vividness of their memories as being as high, or even higher, than young adults, despite poorer objective memory performance. Here, we review studies that examined age-related differences in the subjective experience of memory vividness. By examining vividness calibration and resolution, studies using different types of approaches converge to suggest that older adults overestimate the intensity of their vividness ratings relative to young adults, and that they rely on retrieved memory details to a lesser extent to judge vividness. We discuss potential mechanisms underlying these observations. Inflation of memory vividness with regard to the richness of memory content may stem from age-differences in vividness criterion or scale interpretation and psycho-social factors. The reduced reliance on episodic memory details in older adults may stem from age-related differences in how they monitor these details to make their vividness ratings. Considered together, these findings emphasize the importance of examining age-differences in memory vividness using different analytical methods and they provide valuable evidence that the subjective experience of remembering is more than the reactivation of memory content. In this vein, we recommend that future studies explore the links between memory vividness and other subjective memory scales (e.g., ratings of details or memory confidence) in healthy aging and/or other populations, as it could be used as a window to better characterize the cognitive processes that underpin the subjective assessment of the quality of recollected events. [less ▲]

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See detailI see dead people. Les zombies au cinéma
Tomasovic, Dick ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2012)

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See detail'I Think My Guitar is My Rifle, I See it That Way': Mexicans Engaging Unconventionally in Homeland Politics from Brussels
Lara Guerrero, Larisa Viridiana ULiege

Conference (2018, August)

Diasporas can create, transform, and exploit transnational networks to engage in political movements in their homeland and in their hostland. It is recognized that diasporas can engage in electoral and ... [more ▼]

Diasporas can create, transform, and exploit transnational networks to engage in political movements in their homeland and in their hostland. It is recognized that diasporas can engage in electoral and non-electoral politics through political parties, political campaigns, and hometown organizations. Nevertheless, the role of art as a form of political engagement has been under-explored. This paper aims to understand the relation between cultural and artistic expressions and diasporic social movements. It is argued that cultural and artistic expressions developed and sustained by diasporas: 1) create sentiments of group belonging and cultural memory; 2) are used to reject the dominant culture and enhance the production of ideologies; 3) are used instrumentally for the recruitment, support, and visibility of their social movements. This paper introduces empirical examples collected in Brussels during 19 months of fieldwork with members of the Mexican diaspora, including semi-structured interviews with key informants and participant observation at political demonstrations, music rehearsals, charity concerts, gastronomic and artistic festivals, and political debates. [less ▲]

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