La neuroeducación como disciplina científica de apoyo para prevenir el estrés infantil

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https://doi.org/10.60112/erc.v4i2.157

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estrés infantil, neuroeducación, neuropedagogía, neurodidáctica

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El estrés se exhibe como una de las condiciones más relevantes en la vida moderna del ser humano y cobra especial importancia cuando empieza a presentarse cada vez a más temprana edad. Los factores que desencadenan el estrés han sido objeto de estudio de diferentes ciencias a lo largo de décadas, pero se ha dado poco énfasis a los estudios de reflexión sobre el estrés en niños y adolescentes. El presente manuscrito es un estudio de revisión que tuvo como prioridad, recolectar una matriz de datos de la literatura científica especializada en examinar a profundidad el estrés en poblaciones escolarizadas. Esta investigación concluye que, la neuroeducación es un campo emergente con muchas posibilidades de mejorar la calidad de vida de estudiantes de básica primaria y secundaria en cuanto al manejo del estrés, la disminución gradual de esta problemática y la cualificación de educadores y familias sobre agentes estresores.

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2024-06-25

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Peñuela Velásquez , L. A., Pulido Ocampo, C. A., & Parra Bolaños, N. (2024). La neuroeducación como disciplina científica de apoyo para prevenir el estrés infantil. Emergentes - Revista Científica, 4(2), 493–502. https://doi.org/10.60112/erc.v4i2.157

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