Nathalie Dalle

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This study assessed embodied simulation via electromyography (EMG) as participants first encoded emotionally ambiguous faces with emotion concepts (i.e., "angry,""happy") and later passively viewed the faces without the concepts. Memory for the faces was also measured. At initial encoding, participants displayed more smiling-related EMG activity in response(More)
To analyze the clinical relevance of AZT resistance mutations in AZT-naive patients, 56 HIV-1 seropositive patients treated for 18 months with stavudine/lamivudine (27 patients) or AZT/lamivudine (29 patients) were studied. AZT-like resistance mutations were found in 13 out of 29 (44%) patients treated with AZT/lamivudine and in 11 out of 27 (40%) patients(More)
This research examined the concept of power in Japan, France, Germany, and the United States, as well as beliefs about the emotions persons in power tend to elicit in others and about powerful people's regulation (specifically, inhibition) of certain emotions. Definitions of power were assessed by examining the importance of two main components: control(More)
This French study explored nurses' involvement in patient education for patients with rheumatoid arthritis. The study design was qualitative. Semistructured interviews were conducted with 16 hospital nurses. Data analysis was performed according to Giorgi's descriptive phenomenological method, and supported by specific qualitative analysis software(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Transient pain in humans is usually quantified using visual analog or numeric rating scales, but no assessment method has yet been validated in real time during such stimulation. METHODS To validate a transient pain monitor, healthy volunteers submitted to stimulations generated by a CO(2) laser at graded levels of stimulation(More)
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