Teoria das Molduras Relacionais e a tomada de perspectiva: Uma revisão dos protocolos de treinamento

  • Artur Lucchese Velozo
  • Leandro Azevedo Ribeiro
  • Márcio Santana da Silva
Palavras-chave: molduras dêiticas, teoria das molduras relacionais, tomada de perspectiva, comportamento social

Resumo

 

A tomada de perspectiva pode ser compreendida como a habilidade de interpretar, compreender e prever os comportamentos, pensamentos e emoções de si mesmo e dos outros, assumindo a perspectiva requisitada, sendo uma habilidade central no processo de socialização humana e déficits nessa capacidade estão associados a prejuízos nas habilidades sociais. Evidências apontam que o responder relacional arbitrariamente aplicável possui um papel significativo na tomada de perspectiva. O trabalho teve como objetivo analisar os protocolos de tomada de perspectiva baseados na RFT. Foram realizadas buscas em seis bases de dados, com 12 artigos selecionados para revisão. Foram registrados 4 protocolos diferentes, com duas abordagens teórico-conceituais divergentes. Os resultados são consistentes com os demais estudos, reforçando as evidências sobre a capacidade de aquisição dos repertórios por condicionamento operante, produção de respostas derivadas, e a existência de diferentes níveis de complexidade das molduras dêiticas, porém, os efeitos dos protocolos nas tarefas de teoria da mente ainda são inconsistentes. Por fim, algumas considerações sobre as atuais limitações e sobre o desenvolvimento da agenda de pesquisa do campo são sinalizadas.

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Publicado
2021-08-16
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Velozo, A. L. ., Ribeiro, L. A. ., & da Silva, M. S. . (2021). Teoria das Molduras Relacionais e a tomada de perspectiva: Uma revisão dos protocolos de treinamento. Perspectivas Em Análise Do Comportamento, 12(1), 138-154. https://doi.org/10.18761/PAC.2021.v12.RFT.11