Diseño de Juegos Basados en el Paradigma de Gramáticas Artificiales Para Favorecer el Aprendizaje Implícito en Niños

  • Thibaut C
  • Rosas R
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Two computer-based games were developed based on Reber's Artificial Grammar Paradigm, in order to facilitate implicit learning ocurrence in normal (N), ADHD, and intellectually disabled (ID) children. Results show that N and ADHD children perform above chance level, as opposed to ID children whose performance is equivalent to random response. These findings show that ADHD children learn through implicit paths as well as children without attention problems, independently of the game used. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved) (journal abstract)

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Thibaut, C., & Rosas, R. (2009). Diseño de Juegos Basados en el Paradigma de Gramáticas Artificiales Para Favorecer el Aprendizaje Implícito en Niños. Psykhe (Santiago), 16(2). https://doi.org/10.4067/s0718-22282007000200005

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