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dc.coverage.temporalvol 21 (40)es
dc.creatorBenavides Delgado, Jacqueline-
dc.date.accessioned2019-11-29T13:52:23Z-
dc.date.available2019-11-29T13:52:23Z-
dc.date.issued2018-07-01-
dc.identifier.issn0124-0137es
dc.identifier.urittps://doi. org/10.17081/psico.21.40.3089es
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12494/15316-
dc.descriptionEl objetivo del artículo consistió en revisar, desde el punto de vista teórico, los planteamientos filosóficos y psicológicos que han servido de base para comprender la mente de los otros por parte de los niños. Se inicia con el concepto de intencionalidad de Brentano (1874-1995), el cual diferencia el mundo físico del mental asumiendo que la mente necesita de objetos para funcionar. Desde la psicología, se abordaron tres teorías: (a) La teoría de la simulación o perspectiva de la primera persona, propuesta por Gordon (1992), Goldman (1993), Jhonson (1988) y Harris (1995); (b) La teoría-teoría o perspectiva de la tercera persona, propuesta por Baron-Cohen (2000), Leslie (1987) y Wellman (1995/1990), entre otros, y finalmente, (c) La teoría de la Intersubjetividad propuesta por Trevarthen (1974, 1979, 1998) como preámbulo a la propuesta de Gómez (1998, 2005) y de Reddy (2008), denominada la perspectiva de la segunda persona. Los debates entre estas perspectivas permiten analizar sus diferencias, aportando la posibilidad de enriquecer la mirada acerca de la comprensión de las otras mentes en los niños. En conclusión, se comprende que la teoría de la mente es un concepto que se ha estudiado desde diferentes ópticas, todas las cuales se relacionan a su vez con el concepto de mente.es
dc.description.abstractThis paper aims to review the philosophical and psychological approaches as basis for the study related to the ability to understand others’ minds by children, based on a theoretical point of views. This paper begins establishing differences between physical and mental world based on the idea that the mind need objects in order to function, according to the concept of intentionality conducted by Brentano (1874/1995). From the psychology point of view three theories are addressed: (a) The Simulation Theory or First Person perspective, introduced by Gordon (1992), Goldman (1993), Jhonson (1988) and Harris (1995); (b) TheoryTheory or Third Person perspective, introduced by Baron-Cohen (2000), Leslie (1987) and Wellman (1995/1990) among others and finally (c) The Intersubjectivity theory introduced by Trevarthen (1974, 1976, 1979, 1998) as a preamble of the proposal introduced by Gómez (1998, 2005) and Reddy (2008) called the Second Person perspective. Debates between these perspectives let us to analyze their differences and also, enrich our understanding of others’ minds by children. As a conclusion, Theory of Mind has been studied based on different point of views related to the concept of mind.es
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dc.publisherUniversidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Psicología, Bogotáes
dc.relation.ispartofPSICOGENTEes
dc.subjectMentees
dc.subjectEstados mentaleses
dc.subjectDsarrollo cognitivoes
dc.subjectFilosofía de la mentees
dc.subjectTeoría de la mentees
dc.subject.otherMindes
dc.subject.otherMindes
dc.subject.otherTheory of mindes
dc.subject.otherMental stateses
dc.subject.otherCognitive developmentes
dc.subject.otherPhilosophy of mindes
dc.titleLos niños y la comprensión del mundo mental de los otros: teorías explicativases
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dc.publisher.departmentBogotáes
dc.publisher.programPsicologíaes
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dc.creator.mailjaqueline.benavidesd@campusucc.edu.coes
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dc.publisher.editorJohana Escuderoes
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