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Articles scientifiques, subventionnés par la Fondation Universitaire.

Ce qui suit est une liste d'articles scientifiques auxquelles une subvention a été accordée par la Fondation Universitaire. Les articles sont triés par année de publication et par titre.

Amélyne Wauters, Julien Tiete, Joana Reis, Isabelle Lambotte, Simone Marchini, and Véronique Delvenne

Wauters A., Tiete J., Reis J.,Lambotte I., Marchini S., and Delvenne V. (2022) Child, adolescent, and parent mental health in general population during a year of COVID‑19 pandemic in Belgium: a cross‑sectional study. Discover Mental Health, vol. 2, issue 1, article 16 (https://doi.org/10.1007/s44192-022-00019-w)

Abstract
Background This study aims to evaluate the mental health status of children, adolescents and their parents during the first year of COVID-19 pandemic in Belgium.
Method Analysis compared results before and during the second national lockdown, which started on November 2nd 2020. A cross-sectional online survey was conducted between May 2020 and April 2021.

Lieven Vandelanotte

Vandelanotte, L. (2022) Constructions of speech and thought representation. WIREs Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcs.1637.

A lot of what humans communicate about concerns cognitive contents of various kinds produced by others or themselves: speech, thought, writing, emotional states, attitudes, hopes, and the like. Languages have developed specialized ways to structure the representation of such contents, especially in various dedicated forms of speech and thought representation. Represented content can also include embodied behavior, such as gesture, whether in cospeech gesture or in sign language.
Silvia Gabarró and Laurence Meurant

Gabarró, S. &  and Meurant, L. (2022) Contrasting signed and spoken languages: towards a renewed perspective on language. Languages in Contrast 22:2 pp.169-194  & pp. 322-360.

For years, the study of spoken languages, on the basis of written and then also oral productions, was the only way to investigate the human language capacity. As an introduction to this first volume of Languages in Contrast devoted to the comparison of spoken and signed languages, we propose to look at the reasons for the late emergence of the consideration of signed languages and multimodality in language studies. Next, the main stages of the history of sign language research are summarized.

Camille Hoornaert , Stéphanie Pochet, Sophie Lorent

Hoornaert C, Pochet S, Lorent S. (2022) Development and Delphi validation of a Best Possible Medication History form in Eur J Hosp Pharm Epub. doi:10.1136/ ejhpharm-2021-003095

Objective
To develop and validate a standardized Best Possible Medication History (BPMH) form that could be used by clinical pharmacists.
Methods
The draft version was presented to a focus group and was adapted following their comments. A three-rounds e-Delphi method was used to validate content, usability and face validity of the BPMH form. We supplemented the quantitative analysis with a qualitative analysis of comments for each Delphi round.
Results

Corentin Scoubeau, Bruno Bonnechère, Miriam Cnop, Vitalie Faoro, and Malgorzata Klass

Scoubeau, C.; Bonnechère, B.; Cnop, M.; Faoro, V.; Klass, M. (2022) Effectiveness of Whole-Body High-Intensity Interval Training on Health-Related Fitness: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisInt. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 19, 9559. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19159559

Due to its versatility, whole-body high-intensity interval training (WB-HIIT) can be proposed to the general population and patients to improve health-related fitness. However, its effectiveness compared to traditional aerobic continuous or interval trainings has yet to be determined. A search of four electronic databases was conducted. Studies reporting the effects of WB-HIIT on cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF), fat mass, fat-free mass, musculoskeletal fitness and metabolic risk factors were included.

Issrae El Mouedden, Catherine Hellemans, Sibyl Anthierens, Nele Roos Michels, and Ann DeSmet

El Mouedden et al. (2022) Exper I.iences of academic and professional burn‑out in medical students and residents during first COVID‑19 lockdown in Belgium: a mixed‑method survey. BMC Medical Education. 22:631.

COVID-19 has presented a substantial burden on students and healthcare staff. This mixed-method, descriptive and correlational study aimed to: 1) describe academic; and 2) professional burnout levels; 3) their associations with working in COVID-19-related care; and 4) with perceived COVID-19 impact on tudies and internships among medical students and residents.

Quentin Rivière, Massimiliano Corso, Madalina Ciortan, Gregoire Noël, Nathalie Verbruggen, and Matthieu Defrance

Rivière, Q. et al. (2022) Exploiting Genomic Features to Improve the Prediction of Transcription Factor-Binding Sites in Plants. Plant and Cell Physiology.

 

The identification of transcription factor (TF) target genes is central in biology. A popular approach is based on thelocation by pattern matching of potential cis-regulatory elements (CREs). During the last few years, tools integrating next-generation sequencing data have been developed to improve the performance of pattern matching. However, such tools have not yet been comprehensively evaluated in plants. Hence, we developed a new streamlined method aiming at predicting CREs and target genes of plant TFs in specific organs or conditions.

Nicolas Dauby and Véronique Flamand

Dauby N and Flamand V (2022) From maternal breath to infant’s cells: Impact of maternal respiratory infections on infants ‘immune responsesFront. Pediatr. 10:1046100. doi: 10.3389/fped.2022.1046100.

In utero exposure to maternally-derived antigens following chronic infection is associated with modulation of infants ‘immune response, differential susceptibility to post-natal infections and immune response toward vaccines. The maternal environment, both internal (microbiota) and external (exposure to environmental microbes) also modulates infant’s immune response but also the clinical phenotype after birth.

Olivier G. Pollé, Antoine Delfosse, Manon Martin,Jacques Louis, Inge Gies, Marieke den Brinker, Nicole Seret, Marie-Christine Lebrethon, Thierry Mouraux, Laurent Gatto & Philippe A. Lysy,

Pollé O.G et al. Glycemic Variability Patterns Strongly Correlate With Partial Remission Status in Children With Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes. Diabetes Care vol. 45, pp.2360-2368. https://doi.org/10.2337/dc21-2543

OBJECTIVE
To evaluate whether indexes of glycemic variability may overcome residual b-cell secretion estimates in the longitudinal evaluation of partial remission in a cohort of pediatric patients with new-onset type 1 diabetes.
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS

Bruno Bonnechère, Oyéné Kossi, Thierry Adoukonou, Karin Coninx, Annemie Spooren and Peter Feys

Bonnechère B, Kossi O, Adoukonou T, Coninx K, Spooren A and Feys P (2022) Improving public health through the development of local scientific capacity and training in rehabilitation in LMICs: A proof-of-concept of collaborative efforts in Parakou, Benin. Front. Public Health 10:952727. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2022.952727

The increase in life expectancy is linked, among other factors such as genetic factors, environmental factors, factors of medical conditions, socio-demographic factors, self-management, and access to care, to an increase in non-communicable diseases (NCDs), which puts huge pressure on the health care systems. Cardiovascular diseases are, by far, the most common NCD in low- to middle-income countries (LMICs); among these diseases, stroke is the most frequent (3).

Souleymane Fofana, Cédric Delporte, Rafaèle Calvo Esposito, Moussa Ouédraogo, Pierre Van Antwerpen, Innocent Pierre Guissou, Rasmané Semdé and Véronique Mathieu
Fofana, S.; Delporte, C.; Calvo Esposito, R.; Ouédraogo, M.; Van Antwerpen, P.; Guissou, I.P.; Semdé, R.; Mathieu, V. (2022) In Vitro Antioxidant and Anticancer Properties of Various E. senegalensis Extracts. Molecules, 27, 2583.
https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules27082583

Abstract: Although Erythrina senegalensis is a plant widely used in traditional medicine in sub-Saharan Africa, its biological properties have been poorly investigated to date. We first characterized by conventional reactions the composition of several stem bark extracts and evaluated in acellular and cellular assays their pro- or antioxidant properties supported by their high phenolic and flavonoid content, particularly with the methanolic extract.

Olivier Dartevelle, Sergio Altomonte, Gabrielle Masy, Erwin Mlecnik and Geoffrey van Moeseke
Dartevelle, O.; Altomonte, S.; Masy, G.; Mlecnik, E.; van Moeseke, G. (2022) Indoor Summer Thermal  Comfort in a Changing Climate: The Case of a Nearly Zero Energy House in Wallonia (Belgium). Energies, 15, 2410. https://doi.org/10.3390/en15072410
Abstract: While the potential impact of climate change mitigation measures is well documented in building sciences literature, there are only relatively sparse studies focusing on the efficiency of adaptation strategies. This paper aims to contribute to this topic by evaluating the extent to which the design of a typical nearly Zero Energy Buildling (nZEB) house in Wallonia (Belgium), and its current operation, could provide summer thermal comfort in a changing climate. Based on calibrated whole
Sébastien Vandenitte
Vandenitte S (2022) Making Referents Seen and Heard Across Signed and Spoken Languages: Documenting and Interpreting Cross-Modal Differences in the Use of Enactment. Front. Psychol. 13:784339. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2022.784339

Differences in language use and structures between signed and spoken languages have often been attributed to so-called language “modality.” Indeed, this is derived from the conception that spoken languages resort to both the oral-aural channel of speech and the visual-kinesic channel of visible bodily action whereas signed languages only resort to the latter. This paper addresses the use of enactment, a depictive communicative strategy whereby language users imitate referents in signed and spoken languages.

Gabriël R. Cantaert, Peter Pype, Martin Valcke, and Emelien Lauwerier

Cantaert G.R, Pype P., Valcke M., and Lauwerier E. (2022) Interprofessional Identity in Health and Social Care: Analysis and Synthesis of the Assumptions and Conceptions in the Literature. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19, 14799. 

Interprofessional identity (IPI) development is considered essential in reducing incongruency and improving interprofessional collaboration. However, noticeable differences in conceptualizations are being put forward in the literature, hindering interpretation of research findings and translation into practice. Therefore, a Concept Analysis and Critical Interpretative Synthesis of empirical research articles were conducted to explore the assumptions and conceptions of IPI. Independent literature screening by two researchers led to the inclusion and extraction of 39 out of 1334 articles.

Lola Seyll and Alain Content
Seyll, L. and Content, A. (2022) Letter-Like Shape Recognition in Preschool Children: Does Graphomotor Knowledge Contribute? Front. Psychol. 12:726454. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.726454

Based on evidence that learning new characters through handwriting leads to better recognition than learning through typing, some authors proposed that the graphic motor plans acquired through handwriting contribute to recognition. More recently two alternative explanations have been put forward. First, the advantage of handwriting could be due to the perceptual variability that it provides during learning. Second, a recent study suggests that detailed visual analysis might be the source of the advantage of handwriting over typing.

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