Positividad en el envejecimiento. Mito o realidad

Carmen Requena, Penélope Requena, Paula Álvarez-Merino, María Plaza-Carmona

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Las teorías cognitivo-emocionales del envejecimiento afirman que con la edad aumenta el sesgo emocional con valencia positiva en el procesamiento de la información que realizan las personas mayores. En este artículo se aborda el concepto de positividad en el envejecimiento y se discute en relación al déficit del control inhibitorio y la percepción del tiempo limitado, características asociadas a la edad.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17060/ijodaep.2017.n2.v2.1073 Statistics: Resumen : 545 views. PDF : 455 views.  

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