Una Revisión de Artículos Empíricos desde la Teoría de los Marcos Relacionales en Niños y Adolescentes con Retraso en el Desarrollo

  • L. Jorge Ruiz Sánchez
  • Mª del Mar Montoya Rodríguez

Resumen

La investigación promovida desde la nueva aproximación conductual-funcional al estudio del lenguaje y cognición humanas que aporta la Teoría de los marcos relacionales (TMR) ha dotado de un amplio cuerpo de conocimiento a áreas tradicionalmente dominadas por la psicología cognitiva. Además de una comprensión teórica del comportamiento complejo, esta nueva herramienta posibilita el diseño de estrategias prácticas eficaces dirigidas a poblaciones con repertorios deficitarios. El presente estudio analiza las aportaciones realizadas hasta la fecha por la TMR en la población infantil y adolescente con retraso en el desarrollo. Un total de 58 artículos fueron seleccionados siguiendo los criterios establecidos entre los años 1986 y 2014, 23 de los cuales incluían población con un desarrollo normalizado and 35 con retraso en el desarrollo. Los resultados indican un creciente aumento de la evidencia empírica tanto en población con desarrollo típico como atípico. Sin embargo, la mayoría de las investigaciones empíricas sobre TMR han sido llevadas a cabo con población de desarrollo normalizado. Se discuten las posibles líneas futuras de investigación necesarias para un abordaje más completo al área de retraso en el desarrollo, tales como relaciones en el marco de temporalidad, causalidad o jerarquía

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SÁNCHEZ, L. Jorge Ruiz; RODRÍGUEZ, Mª del Mar Montoya. Una Revisión de Artículos Empíricos desde la Teoría de los Marcos Relacionales en Niños y Adolescentes con Retraso en el Desarrollo. European Journal of Child Development, Education and Psychopathology, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 1, p. 17-26, abr. 2014. ISSN 2340-924X. Disponible en: <https://formacionasunivep.com/ejpad/index.php/journal/article/view/12>. Fecha de acceso: 08 dic. 2019 doi: https://doi.org/10.30552/ejpad.v2i1.12.
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Teoría de los Marcos Relacionales; retraso; infancia