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La importancia de estimular las redes atencionales en la infancia

 

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Author: Juárez Ramos, Verónica
Fuentes Canosa, Adela
Date: 2018
Published in: Apuntes de Psicología, 36 (3), 167-172.
Document type: Article
Abstract: En el desarrollo de las redes atencionales interaccionan factores genéticos y ambientales. Además, dentro del modelo de redes atencionales se postula la existencia de tres redes atencionales diferentes como son la red de alerta, red de orientación ...
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In the development of the attention networks, genetic and environmental factors interact. In addition, within the model of attentional networks, the existence of three different attentional networks is proposed, such as the alert network, orientation network and executive network; where each one has a specific function but are related to each other. In addition, there is currently an innovative line that focuses on the development of attentional networks in childhood and how their training influences brain and behavioral levels. The results of these investigations in attentional training, and in particular of executive attention, confirm the plastic capacity of the brain to respond to stimuli in the environment through adjustments and modifications in its functional and structural architecture. It also supports the need to carry out intervention programs where attentional training is carried out on the child due to the positive influence on the child’s integral development.
Cite: Juárez Ramos, V. y Fuentes Canosa, A. (2018). La importancia de estimular las redes atencionales en la infancia. Apuntes de Psicología, 36 (3), 167-172.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/88718

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