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Anceaux, Françoise

Overview
Works: 8 works in 18 publications in 2 languages and 243 library holdings
Genres: Periodicals  Academic theses 
Roles: Author, Publishing director, Opponent
Classifications: BF38.5, 150
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Most widely held works by Françoise Anceaux
La démarche expérimentale en psychologie by Pascal Sockeel( Book )

7 editions published between 2002 and 2014 in French and held by 157 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Manuel sur la méthode expérimentale, centrale en psychologie, présentant l'élaboration des théories et des modèles en psychologie, la traduction des problématiques en faits et facteurs mesurables, l'organisation et le traitement des données recueillies, etc
Utilisation des représentations mentales dans les modifications comportementales et cognitives vis-à-vis de l'alcool by Françoise Anceaux( Book )

4 editions published between 1985 and 1986 in French and held by 75 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Décision et risques en santé = cision and health risks( Book )

2 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in French and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A Helpful Framework for the Organization of the Homecare( )

1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

We present our contribution to a national project whose ambition is to use new cooperation tools, in the context of homecare, in order to facilitate the coordinated cooperative work of health actors. Home- care is expected to develop in the coming years, but it is still difficult to organize and such care coordination is complex. A study of homecare activity leads us to determine two specific sorts of activity : one concerns the implementation of human and material resources and design of the homecare protocol, and the other concerns the actual coordinated patient care. In this paper we focus on the needs which we have encountered in such a context : a work flow coordination is useful if the care is well protocoled, human decision is crucial in more unusual situations. We propose a model of coordination which is based on the three following concepts recursive description of action, flexible routing, common share of reference. A prototype is implanted and used to refine the description of the homecare activity
Pression temporelle et estimation du temps by Pauline Matha( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This doctoral thesis aims at investigating time pressure to have a better understanding of this so familiar concept and yet so little studied. On the one hand, time pressure is ubiquitous in our occidental society; on the other hand, time perception is essential in our daily activities. Then, we have consciously opted to study time pressure through its effects on time estimation. To this end, we elaborate series of experiments within two different frameworks; time estimation literature with two different tasks (verbal estimation and time production) and prospective memory literature, more precisely with time-based prospective memory tasks. Our assumption is that time pressure leads to a subjective time distortion. The results of our experiments reveal that time pressure causes a temporal distortion when participants have to estimate or produce a duration: in the condition with time pressure they overestimate durations, compared to a condition without time pressure. In contrast, no time pressure effect is revealed on the temporal component of our time-based prospective memory task; but performance on the ongoing task is affected by time pressure
La gestion d'un référentiel commun en situation coopérative de prise de décision : le cas du binôme hospitalier médecin-pharmacien en réunion de révision médicamenteuse by Clément Wawrzyniak( )

1 edition published in 2019 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This thesis has two distinct objectives. The first is to characterize the medication review process (MRev) from an ergonomics perspective to value and ease its deployment at the hospital. Although there are only rare descriptions of the MRev process in the literature, a few recent French initiatives have shown the MRev as an appropriate response to maximize the patient security. The main results consist of a detailed analysis of the MRev process at the hospital and a set of recommendations for the actors involved in its development at the operational, tactical and strategic levels. The second objective is more theoretical and consists in refining our understanding of cooperative activities within a group in a dynamic decision-making situation, and more specifically in a horizontal, integrative and debatable cooperation. This work especially raises the issue of the concept of common frame of reference. This concept is central in Ergonomics, but its definition and usage are often left up to the readers. To our knowledge, using a similar theoretical and methodological framework, our work is the first to obtain a significant rate of metacooperative activities in this context. The results also prove that the management of a common frame of reference can be defined as an activity dedicated to ensure the compatibility between the partners' cognitive contents more than their strict identity
Optimiser la validité des comportements observés sur simulateur de conduite : étude des interactions entre immersion, présence et comportement by Christophe Deniaud( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Driving simulators make it possible to study human behavior in different experimentally determined conditions. A major benefit of simulation is that it does not expose the subject to an objective risk and that test conditions are "easily" implemented and manipulated. The use of simulation nevertheless raises the question of the generalization and transposition of the behaviors observed in simulation to the actual driving situation. Indeed, it is necessary to ensure that the simulator accurately measures the object of study without modifying or influencing it. Assessing the degree of validity is therefore crucial in any simulator study that seeks to create realistic driver behaviors. The postulate of our work is therefore based on the idea that presence is a key concept for assessing the representativeness of driving behaviors observed in simulation. However, several difficulties will have to be solved. One of the most crucial is the fact that presence is difficult to measure in real time because the very fact of trying to measure it can break the more or less existing presence state. Thus, to obtain behavioral indicators of presence is a real challenge to characterize the nature of a phenomenon which at present is more fantasized by post-experimental measures than concretely demonstrated by the demonstration of specific reproducible behaviors
Prise de décisions de cadres confrontés à un environnement dynamique, coopératif et compétitif. Une approche en ergonomie cognitive : application à l'entraînement professionnel de handball de match by Thierry Debanne( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This work, based on naturalistic decision-making paradigm (Klein, Orasanu, Calderwood, & Zsambok, 1993) is focused on team sport (handball) coaches decision-making during match. The coaching activity is dynamic and chaotic (Bowes & Jones, 2006) and generated by on-going events, especially during match. Therefore, coaches decision-making studies require to use many theoretical approaches and models (e.g., team cognition, regulatory focus theory [Higgins, 1997], control theory [Carver & Scheier, 1982], persuasive models [Chaiken, 1980 ; Petty & Cacioppo, 1986], dialogic communication [Goffman, 1961], cooperative activity model [Hoc, 2001]). Data have been collected from official games (verbal protocols, defense system choices) or interviews (self-confrontation with stimulated technique recall) and analysed with quantitative and qualitative approach. Results highlight procedural knowledge concerning team management, information allowing players to acquire or update knowledge structures, and influence referee. This procedural knowledge varied depending on the game conditions and is influenced by the coach's deep knowledge of the game and player profiles. Results highlight also different cognitive control modes, and different coaching styles. There exist contextual factors effects on procedural knowledge and cognitive control modes. Among these factors, ratio of strength between the two teams appears especially salient. Therefore, our empirical studies show that expert coaches' decision-making process have some regularity and follow generic rules, heuristics or patterns
 
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Alternative Names
Anceaux Chavate, Françoise

Anceaux, Françoise

Chavate, Françoise

Languages
French (17)

English (1)