Comparación de los procesos de la cognición social entre adultos con trauma craneoencefálico leve, moderado y severo

Katherine Prado Guzmán, Jorge Oswaldo González Ortiz, Maria Rocio Acosta Barreto

Resumen


El objetivo de esta investigación consistió en comparar los procesos de la cognición social en adultos con trauma craneoencefálico (TCE) leve, moderado y severo. Es un estudio de tipo descriptivo, comparativo, transversal, a partir de la valoración de tres procesos de la cognición social: teoria de la mente, reconocimiento emocional y juicio moral de 126 adultos con TCE con edades entre los 18 y 52 años, medidos a través de tres instrumentos: Test Faux Pas, Test de las miradas y dilemas morales. Se encontraron diferencias significativas en el Faux Pas (Historia de Andres p=.016) y en el test de las miradas (Miradas p=.046). Se concluye que las personas con TCE evaluadas presentan alteración en la teoría de la mente y un desempeño promedio en el reconocimiento emocional y en los dilemas morales.


Palabras clave


cognición social; trauma craneoencefálico; neuropsicología; teoria de la mente; juicio moral.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21500/19002386.2957