Psicología desde el Caribe, Vol 37 No 3: Septiembre-diciembre 2020

Tamaño de la letra:  Pequeña  Mediana  Grande

SENTIDO DE PROPRIEDADE EM CRIANÇAS: BASES EVOLUCIONISTAS

Angela DONATO Donato Oliva

Resumen


El sentido de propiedad refleja la comprensión y el juicio de las personas con respecto a la apropiación y el uso de los recursos disponibles. Desde un enfoque evolutivo, los objetivos de este trabajo fueron realizar un análisis teórico sobre la ontogénesis del sentido de la propiedad, buscando describir los criterios utilizados por los niños para asignar propiedades a alguien y presentar una hipótesis explicativa de que existe una ventaja adaptativa en esta capacidad. Las conclusiones preliminares sugieren que los niños, en diferentes culturas, utilizan criterios variables para emitir juicios e inferencias sobre la posesión y la propiedad, y que el surgimiento temprano de esta habilidad desempeñaría un papel importante en las interacciones sociales, como minimizar los conflictos derivados de disputas de recursos.


Palabras Clave / Keywords

propiedad; niños; desarrollo cognitivo; inferencia

Tipo de Artículo

Artículo de investigación científica y tecnológica

Citas


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