An Raes

An Raes
Artevelde University College · Deparment of Early Childhood Education

PhD

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Publications (25)
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Comment organiser des modes de gardes qui sont bien pour toute la famille? Les solutions en deux listes, pour les parents et pour les organisations d'accueil..
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Four principles to organise 'childcare for the whole family' in two hands-on checklists: one for childcare organisers and one for parents. The checklists are available in Englisch, Dutch and French.
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Vier principes om opvang te organiseren die het hele gezin ten goede komt in twee handige checklists: een die organisaties kunnen gebruiken en een om de principes toegankelijk te maken voor ouders. De checklists zijn ook in het Engels en in het Frans te krijgen.
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https://droomm.be Met deze tool kunnen pedagogisch ondersteuners teams begeleiden om na te denken over de manieren waarop zij de relaties tussen ouders en opvang vormgeven. De tool staat online en is gratis te gebruiken. Er hoort ook een handleiding bij.
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Flexibility has become an integral part of our lives and especially of the organisation of the labour market. This has consequences for families: it presents new possibilities, but often also makes liefe and caring for children more complex. This book shows how occasional and flexible childcare can support families. Childcare organisations and poli...
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Flexibiliteit valt niet meer weg te denken uit onze levens en al helemaal niet uit de organisatie van de arbeidsmarkt. Die flexibiliteit heeft gevolgen voor gezinnen: ze biedt nieuwe mogelijkheden maar vaak maakt ze het leven en de zorg voor kinderen complexer. Dit boek toont hoe occasionele en flexibele kinderopvang gezinnen ondersteuning kan bied...
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La flexibilité fait désormais partie intégrante de nos vies et ce constat est d’autant plus saillant au niveau de l’organisation du marché du travail. En effet, cette flexibilité omniprésente affecte les familles : elle crée, certes, de nouvelles possibilités, mais complique souvent la vie et la prise en charge des enfants. Ce livre explique commen...
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https://www.arteveldehogeschool.be/hetkindindejeugdhulp/ Child friendly report
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The retrospective evaluation of an event tends to be based on how the experience felt during the most intense moment and the last moment. Two experiments tested whether this so-called peak-end effect influences how primary school students are affected by peer assessments. In both experiments, children (ages 7 to 12) assessed two classmates on their...
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Evolutionary fear-relevant stimuli such as snakes or spiders are thought to be prepared to elicit fear reactions. This implies that the acquisition of conditioned fear responses is facilitated when these stimuli serve as conditioned stimuli (CSs). Moreover, extinction of conditioned fear responses is delayed when CSs are prepared stimuli. The resea...
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Prior research showed that mere instructions about the contingency between a conditioned stimulus (CS) and an unconditioned stimulus (US) can generate fear reactions to the CS. Little is known, however, about the extent to which actual CS-US contingency experience adds anything beyond the effect of contingency instructions. Our results extend previ...
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Estimation of the direct effect of an exposure on an outcome requires adjustment for confounders of the exposure-outcome and mediator-outcome relationships. When some of the latter confounders have been affected by the exposure, then standard regression adjustment is prone to possibly severe bias. The use of inverse probability weighting under so-c...
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Previous research showed that instructions about CS-US pairings can lead to fear of the CS even when the pairings are never presented. In the present study, we examined whether the experience of CS-US pairings adds to the effect of instructions by comparing instructed conditioning with and without actual CS-US pairings in a within-subject design. T...
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Objectives.Later life is often accompanied by experiences of loss and bereavement in several life domains. In spite of this, older adults experience less negative affect than their younger counterparts. Several explanations for this paradoxical finding have been put forward, but the mechanisms underlying the association between age and negative aff...
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In fear conditioning, extinction targets harm expectancy as well as the fear response, but it often fails to eradicate the negative affective value that is associated with the conditioned stimulus. In the present study, we examined whether counterconditioning can serve to reduce evaluative responses within fear conditioning. The sample consisted of...
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It is well established that exposure therapy is an effective treatment for anxiety disorders. It is less clear, however, which mechanisms are crucial in explaining its success. In previous studies, cognitive change has been identified as a mediating variable. Several theorists have argued that the addition of cognitive interventions will, therefore...
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Research has shown repeatedly that attention influences implicit learning effects. In a similar vein, interoceptive awareness might be involved in unaware fear conditioning: The fact that the CS is repeatedly presented in the context of aversive bodily experiences might facilitate the development of conditioned responding. We investigated the role...
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We examined whether the effect of an extinction phase can be influenced retrospectively by information about the cause of the absence of the unconditioned stimulus (US) during that phase. Participants were subjected to a differential fear conditioning procedure, followed by an extinction procedure. Afterwards, half of the participants were presente...
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In the literature on aversive conditioning there is still debate on the role of awareness. According to some authors, affective learning can occur with or without contingency learning (dual-process model), whereas others argue that a single process produces both affective responses and contingency knowledge. Although many studies have investigated...
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Exposure therapy is an effective technique for fear reduction. However, whether effective exposure requires attentional allocation to the feared situation remains a debated clinical issue. In the present study, the impact of attention allocation in extinction was investigated in an experimental conditioning study. Through a between-subjects manipul...
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Previous research has indicated that conditioning depends on contingency awareness (CA). However, we argue that these studies have examined this issue under methodological conditions that might be insensitive to associative learning without CA. In the present study we examined the effect of an experimental manipulation of CA on attentive processing...

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PACE is a social innovation project, funded by the Interreg 2 Seas Programme. The main objective is to respond to two major needs for disadvantaged families: improving access to childcare and work (i.e. developing parents’ employability). Parenting can be a significant barrier to access vocational trainings and work. This situation is particularly difficult for disadvantaged families that usually have little or no access to childcare.