La extensión tripartita de la teoría dual de razonamiento y sus repercusiones para las investigaciones sobre el autismo

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https://doi.org/10.20983/noesis.2016.2.10

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Autismo, inteligencia, neurodiversidad, razonamiento, teoría dual

Resumen

Stanovich (2012) propone ampliar con un tercer ámbito la conocida teoría dual de razonamiento. Su finalidad fundamental con tal extensión es, mediante una clara distinción entre inteligencia y racionalidad, plantear un marco desde el que poder entender las diferencias en el razonamiento de los individuos. Puesto que se han presentado explicaciones del funcionamiento cognitivo de las personas diagnosticadas con autismo en función de la teoría dual, parece apropiado actualizar tales explicaciones mediante el modelo tripartito de Stanovich. Dicha labor se realiza en este trabajo teniendo en cuenta las orientaciones que ofrece la perspectiva de la neurodiversidad.

The tripartite extension of the dual-process theory and its implications for autism research

Abstract

Stanovich (2012) proposes to extend the known dual-process theory of reasoning with a third field. His aim, with such an extension is, by means of a clear distinction between intelligence and rationality, to present a framework from which to understand the individual differences in reasoning. Since explanations about cognitive functioning of people diagnosed with autism based on the dual-process theory have been proposed, it may be appropriate to update these explanations by means of the tripartite model presented by Stanovich. This is done in this paper taking into account the guidance that the neurodiversity perspective offers.

Keywords: Autism, dual-process theory, intelligence, neurodiversity, reasoning.

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Miguel López Astorga, Universidad de Talca.

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2016-04-06 — Actualizado el 2021-09-10

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López Astorga, M. (2021). La extensión tripartita de la teoría dual de razonamiento y sus repercusiones para las investigaciones sobre el autismo. Nóesis. Revista De Ciencias Sociales, 25(50), 245–262. https://doi.org/10.20983/noesis.2016.2.10

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