Video modeling para enseñar habilidades sociales a niños con trastorno del espectro autista. Una revisión sistemática

  • Thais Rosal Negre Universidad Ramon Llull. España
  • Ignasi Ivern Pascual Universidad Ramon Llull. España
  • Climent Giné Giné Universidad Ramon Llull. España
Palabras clave: Trastornos del espectro autista, video modeling, habilidades sociales, intervención educativa

Resumen


La eficacia del video modeling como herramienta educativa para personas con autismo ha demostrado ser un área prometedora para investigadores y miembros de la comunidad educativa. Durante las tres últimas décadas, la literatura científica ha mostrado la utilidad y eficiencia del video modeling para enseñar una variedad de conductas distintas. El objetivo del trabajo es realizar una revisión sistemática de aquellos estudios que han aplicado el video modeling como método para enseñar habilidades sociales; dichos estudios se han clasificado en función del tipo de diseño que utilizan, las características de la muestra, el tipo de intervención (si aplican video modeling solo o en combinación con otras técnicas) y los resultados obtenidos. Se han realizado resúmenes descriptivos de cada estudio y análisis de los resultados. En las conclusiones se indican pautas para la aplicación del video modeling en futuras intervenciones

Biografía del autor/a

Thais Rosal Negre, Universidad Ramon Llull. España
Licenciada en Psicología y Máster en Psicología de la salud y psicoterapia por la Universidad Ramon Llull. Trabaja tanto en consulta privada de psicología clínica como en el CDIAP Edai. Actualmente se encuentra realizando un doctorado en Psicología por la Universidad Ramon LLull enfocado a promover el aprendizaje en niños con trastorno del espectro autista (TEA).
Ignasi Ivern Pascual, Universidad Ramon Llull. España
Profesor en la Facultad de Psicología, Ciencias de la Educación y del Deporte de la Universidad Ramon Llull.
Climent Giné Giné, Universidad Ramon Llull. España
Doctor en Psicología por la Universidad de Barcelona y profesor titular de la Universidad Ramon Llull. Su docencia se centra en el ámbito de la educación especial y de la atención precoz y familia. Entre sus líneas de investigación destacan los servicios y la calidad de vida de las personas con discapacidad intelectual y la calidad de vida de las familias con hijos con discapacidad intelectual.

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Publicado
2018-06-06