Query : Memory organization
- Joacim Hansson3
- Mats Dahlström3
- Ulrika Kjellman3
- Andréa Carvalho Oliveira2
- Anran Yang2
- Artacho Ramírez, Miguel Ángel2
- Capuz-Rizo, Salvador F.2
- Francis, Véronique2
- Kildine Leichnig2
- Milena Stefanović2
- Rot, Gwenaële2
- Sylvie Clarimont2
- Abel, Marie-Hélène1
- Abrahamse, Elger1
- Abrahao Amancio, Rosa Carolina1
- Adeleh asadi1
- Agarwal, Rachit1
- Ageev Ilya1
- Akvile Lawrence1
- Al Abed, Alice Shaam1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology35
- Cultural Heritage and Museology31
- Political Science23
- Methods and Statistics19
- Architecture and Space Management18
- Biological Anthropology14
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences14
- Gender Studies13
- Archaeology and Prehistory12
- Musicology and Performing Arts10
- Communication Sciences9
- Art and Art History8
- Environmental studies6
- Economies and Finances4
- Classical Studies1
Plurality of volunteering and disputes over legitimacy within a professional sports club: the case of Quimper Volley 29 Elite
The organisational study of the Quimper Volley 29 Élite shows that, like the structures resulting from the voluntary sport movement, this volleyball club has embarked on a process of professionalisation which leads to interpersonal and organisational difficulties. The purpose of this memory is to qu...
Altered gray matter structural covariance networks in early stages of Alzheimer's disease
Clinical symptoms observed in Alzheimer's disease (AD) patients may reflect variations within specific large-scale brain networks, modeling AD as a disconnection syndrome. The present magnetic resonance imaging study aims to compare the organization of gray matter structural covariance networks betw...
Organizational Memories Contribution in a Learning Context
The acts to teach, to learn and to work are never socially isolated. According to (Benoit, 2000), they are the cultural resultant, articulated and developed through a defined practice gathering in a place, virtual reality or, an unspecified number actors questioning themselves and wondering about th...
Beyond Zipf's law: Modeling the structure of human language
Human language, the most powerful communication system in history, is closely associated with cognition. Written text is one of the fundamental manifestations of language, and the study of its universal regularities can give clues about how our brains process information and how we, as a society, or...
The Saussurian phonotactic: system and law of value
Reflecting on the systematic sound and phonetic organisation of languages plays a central role in the genesis and development of Ferdinand de Saussure’s linguistic thinking. In addition to the Memory, a reading of the phonetical and phonological manuscripts that have remained unprecedented shows the...
Ergonomics psychology of the computer-supported collaborative work: the use of the groupware in product design projects
The technological and organizational changes which occur in production structures can be more often attributed to the constantly developing high competitive socio-economical context. The effect of these changes is not only the reorganization of design methods but above all, the close collaboration o...
The retrieval of a person’s own name: basic elements on semantic memory information and elements applied for the management of Elzheimer’s disease.
being able to identify the person in front of himself and be able to find his or her name are essential activities for everyday social interaction. However, its own name appears to be specific information compared with other information available on a person. The retrieval of this information is oft...
An all-optical approach to probe outstanding models of functional connectivity
Over The last five years we have observed a huge improvement of optical methods to monitor the activity of neuronal populations in vivo. With these new approaches, remarkable patterns of functional organization at the mesoscopic scale that are involved in many pathophysiological brain functions were...
The Atlit cemetery, a dead space at the foot of Château-Pèlerin (Latin-Kingdom of Jerusalem — eighteenth century)
On the Israeli coast, the cemetery of Atlit is located a few hundred metres away from pilgrimage and a burg built from 1217-1219 onwards. Discovered in 1934, it is of an exceptional nature: with more than 1 900 tombs installed over eighty years, it is the largest retained sepulcral in the Latin King...
Event-related brain potential correlates of brain reorganization of episodic memory throughout the adult lifespan
International audience The main aim of this study was to characterize the age-related evolution of the event-related brain potentials correlates of successful to tackle the neural reorganization patterns associated with this episodic retrieval. We thus examined the evolution of the event-related bra...
Organisational culture a social paradigm?
it is from the social anthropology that organisational culture can be analysed, the aim of which is to explain the actions of societies over time, from where organisational culture is defined in relation to both the criteria of ‘observability’ and ‘meaning’. The first criterion, observability, is de...
Note to adjust. The script’s work on a filming tray
The filming of a film is characterised by the discontinuity of the production stages and the occurrence of numerous hazards, as well as by a proliferation of unplanned initiatives and the emergence of controversy linked to creative testing. It is up to the script to ensure the ‘continuity of the fil...
Analysis and improvement of processes through the application of tools for continuous improvement in an Valencian company manufacturing components for the automotive sector
The TFG will describe the company, its organisational chart, its production and logistics system. The pupil will analyse the initial situation of the company and identify the problems in the working processes in the manufacturing area and its causes. Improvements based on continuous improvement meth...
Urban Memory and Visual Culture in Berlin
As sites of turbulence and transformation, cities are machines for forgetting. And yet archiving and exhibiting the presence of the past remains a key cultural, political and economic activity in many urban environments. This book takes the example of Berlin over the past four decades to chart how t...
The refractory theory of substituting standards: Priority conflicts within the cross-representations
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThis text reflects the results obtained from 689 lessons learned, which have enabled us to establish a job description on what to do when a proximity manager is responsible for making choices, on behalf of his organisation. It identifies the process that leads to error or fault...
CURRENT TRENDS IN PROFESSIONAL TRANSLATOR TRAINING
The objective of this paper is to study the current trends in professional translator training within masters of art in translation study programs of world leading universities. The analysis of study programs represented on the web-sites of Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, European Master’s...
THE LIES OF MEMORY: The PART OF THE reader IN THE cavalier AND SON shadow OF BOUBACAR BORIS DIOP AND THE Old OF THE ORPHELINS OF Tierno MONENEMBO
The mensonge is placed at the heart of the narrative structure of the Cavalier and its shadow, the Senegalese Boubacar Boris Diop, and the oldest of orphans, of the Tierno Monenembo, two novels devoted, partly for the former and mainly to the latter, to genocide. This apparent paradox finally makes...
The NATO-Russia Founding Act, negotiations and influences on NATO’s enlargement policy to Central Europe
Relations between the Atlantic Alliance and Moscow are analysed here in the light of the processes leading to the signature of the Founding Act in May 1997. By studying the play and positioning of the various national and international players, this article seeks to deconstruct the movements carried...
Mnemonic Processing in Air Traffic Controllers: Effects of Task Parameters and Work Organization
International audience In real traffic conditions, air traffic controllers rated alertness and tension according to time of day (recordings every 6 hr) and time on duty (1st vs. 2nd half of afternoon shifts). The 2 measures were inversely correlated on the 2nd shift half, suggesting a compensatory e...
Memory, national identity and crisis. Reflections from a historical perspective
The crises that have occurred in Argentina in the last 40 years have very different characteristics from those of a century ago. They are structural, more violent and cyclical in nature. However, collective memory retains only fragmentary memories of the organic crises that have affected the country...
Empowerment and public space: contemporaneous forms of democracy renewal? A comparative approach from France/Argentina
This text strives to take account of contemporary ways of renewing democracy. To this end, it draws on two concrete experiences of “mobilising civil society”, provided by two radically different contexts (Argentina and France). The first is based on HIJOS (children for identity and justice against f...
Transversal technology education for students with special educational needs: proposed pedagogical adaptations
By the research associated with this memory, we have proposed practical pedagogical adaptations so that students in Besoins Educatif Particuliers (BEP) can better follow the teaching of industrial sciences for engineers. To this end, we have relied on literature to understand the approach of differe...
The distributional principles of the longitudinal proofing of young people
The selection of beneficiaries of social action measures is an ethical issue which is the subject of intense cognitive and normative activity by public actors equipped with expertise. However, the historical examination of the distributional principles used in policies for the inclusion of young peo...
Mental Lexicon Architecture and Morphological Processing of French Verbs
How words are recognized? How do we process word meaning? These questions have been pursued in lexical access and word recognition studies in the last half century of research in psycho-, neuro-, and linguistics. Morphological processing is an essential level of processing for information extraction...
Determinants of innovation at work : The moderating role of team diversity
The objective of this dissertation is to study the team-level antecedents of innovation at work, as well as the role of team diversity’s in these relationships. The diversity of team member attributes is generally studied as an input of team outcomes; however, we argue that it can also adopt a more...