Una perspectiva sobre los efectos emocionales y cognitivos de las medidas tomadas por el COVID-19 en niños y niñas puertorriqueños

Laura Miranda Olivera, Emmanuel Figueroa Rosado, Cecilia Marino Nieto

Resumen


Al año y medio de haber experimentado cambios individuales y colectivos por las restricciones de la pandemia ocasionadas por COVID-19, ya comienza a haber literatura en distintas disciplinas indicando sobre los efectos que están trastocando a la población global. Ante esta continua realidad, se propuso redactar un escrito de modelo teórico que enlace teorías neurocientíficas con la literatura actual para exponer los efectos emocionales y de aprendizaje que COVID-19 está teniendo en la niñez puertorriqueña. De igual manera se propuso resumir las recomendaciones de literatura reciente aplicables a contextos del hogar, de aprendizaje, clínicos, y aplicaciones de política pública. Para este fin, se plantearon los siguientes objetivos: 1) exponer cómo la perspectiva neurofisiológica nos permite explicar los efectos emocionales y de aprendizaje, 2) conocer cómo la niñez puertorriqueña se ha visto afectada emocional y cognitivamente por la pandemia COVID-19 y, 3) exponer prácticas acertadas para aminorar los efectos discutidos. Las teorías neurocientíficas se aplicaron a los efectos que están siendo mostrados por la literatura reciente, al igual que se redactaron las recomendaciones encontradas.

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