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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (268.864 recursos)

In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

Social & behavioral sciences, psychology => Animal psychology, ethology & psychobiology

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  1. Habitat selection and reproduction of newts in networks of fish and fishless aquatic patches

    Winandy, Laurane; Legrand, Pauline; Denoël, Mathieu
    Peer reviewed

  2. Un morso di più: ecologia del cannibalismo in Salamandra salamandra

    Melotto, Andrea; Manenti, Raoul; Ficetola, Francesco; Denoël, Mathieu
    Peer reviewed

  3. Behavioural avoidance of newts in response to an aquatic invader: context dependent patterns and fitness

    Denoël, Mathieu; Winandy, Laurane
    Peer reviewed

  4. Amphibians breeding in refuge habitats have larvae with stronger antipredator responses

    Manenti, Raoul; Melotto, Andrea; Denoël, Mathieu; Ficetola, Gentille Francesco
    Peer reviewed

  5. 17ß-estradiol and vorozole, an aromatase inhibitor, rapidly modulate male sexual behavior in Japanese quail

    Cornil, Charlotte; Ball, Gregory F.; Balthazart, Jacques
    Peer reviewed

  6. Effect of exogenous arginine vasopressin on rectal temperature in the albino rat : Brief report

    Crine, A. F.; Brédart, Serge; Legros, Jean-Jacques
    Peer reviewed

  7. Contextualisation de la pensée d'Albert Demaret et réflexion autour du déni anorexique

    Mormont, Christian
    Contextualization of thoughts and works of Albert Demaret in the field of psychiatry and ethology. About the disavowal in anorectic female.

  8. Jonathan K. Burns, « An evolutionary neurophilosophy of schizophrenia »


    Peer reviewed

  9. Leon Sloman, « Role of attachment and social rank systems in three levels of adaptation: Clinical implications »


    Peer reviewed

  10. John Price, « Territory, rank and mental health: The history of an idea »


    Peer reviewed

  11. Temporal habitat shift of a polymorphic newt species under predation risk

    Winandy, Laurane; Colin, Mélanie; Denoël, Mathieu
    Peer reviewed

  12. Remise du prix d'honneur de la Fondation Broers au docteur Albert Demaret.

    Mormont, Christian
    Hommage à Albert Demaret à l'occasion de la remise du prix de la Fondation Broers pour ses travaux originaux consacrés à l'anorexie envisagée dans une perspective éthologique et évolutionniste

  13. Unattainable motherhood: a psychodynamic approach

    Naziri, Despina
    Peer reviewed

  14. Corps-pour-autrui et anorexie mentale : une étude étho-phénoménologique

    Englebert, Jérôme; Minguet, Eugénie
    Peer reviewed

  15. Breeding habitat change of Alpine newts, Ichthyosaura alpestris, in the presence of Goldfish, Carassius auratus

    Legrand, Pauline
    Peer reviewed

  16. Collective vortex behaviors: diversity, proximate, and ultimate causes of circular animal group movements

    Delcourt, Johann; Bode, W.F. Nikolaï; Denoël, Mathieu
    Peer reviewed

  17. Corps-pour-autrui et anorexie mentale : présentation d’une étude belgo-suisse

    Englebert, Jérôme; Minguet, Eugénie

  18. Domesticating Practices: The Case of Arabian Babblers

    Despret, Vinciane
    The “Arabian babblers” are observed in the Neguev desert for more than 40 years. These birds live in cooperative groups. They offer presents to feed each other, they endanger themselves by mobbing raptors or by coming to the rescue of group members. They play and they also often dance together. All these behaviors have received various and controversial interpretations in the scientific literature. Following the actual field’s work, one may observe that these interpretations are closely linked to the way scientists observe the birds, or even deal with them. Different practices not only construe but actually “produce” different birds. Roughly...

  19. Do Animals Work? Creating Pragmatic narrative

    Despret, Vinciane
    Do animals work? The way in which we answer this question could bear either the best or the worst consequences for animals. This indicates the pragmatism of such an inquiry. Acknowledging the cooperation and involvement of lab animals in the workload, as proposed by pharmacologist Michael Robin Chance in the 40s, could have changed the entire story. However, what does “work” mean? Donna Haraway defines “work” as a process that crafts identities and “response-abilities.” She writes: “animals as workers in labs, animals in all their worlds, are response-able in the same sense people are; that is, responsibility is a relationship...

  20. Why i"I had not read Derrida": Often too close, Always too far away

    Despret, Vinciane
    Ce chapitre se propose d'envisager les manières de réguler la distance avec l'animal, dans les pratiques philosophiques. Nous avons été, ceux de ma génération de chercheurs continentaux dont moi-même, pris entre d'une part, cette tendance très francophone de n'envisager l'animal que comme support de représentations (en maximalisant la distance), et d'autre part le sentiment qu'il était nécessaire de prendre position ( et donc de réduire cette distance), en essayant de trouver des modes compatibles avec le rejet que cette attitude ne manquerait pas de provoquer. Bruno Latour et Isabelle Stengers ont apporté, à cet égard, des outils précieux, et notamment...

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