PEAK: Revisão de Literatura das Intervenções Baseadas em Equivalência de Estímulos e RFT para Pessoas com Desenvolvimento Atípico

  • Izaniele Marquetti
  • Yanne R. Gonçalves
  • Ana Raquel Q. Amaral
Palavras-chave: aprendizagem derivada, treinamento de habilidades, neurodiversidade, transformação, PEAK

Resumo

 

O PEAK é um instrumento de avaliação e intervenção comportamental com proposta inovadora. O objetivo do presente artigo foi investigar as possibilidades do instrumento para intervenção em equivalência e transformação (RFT). A coleta de dados compreendeu o período de 2014 até 2019 e foi realizada inicialmente no site oficial do instrumento e depois ampliada para periódicos da área. As palavras utilizadas na pesquisa foram “PEAK”, “equivalência” e “transformação”. Os resultados mostraram que o currículo foi eficaz para o ensino de diferentes populações como pessoas com autismo, síndrome de Down e deficiência intelectual. Foram ensinados diferentes conteúdos, como habilidades acadêmicas, relações de sistemas sensoriais e habilidades mais complexas em linguagem e tomada de perspectiva. Como limitações, foram observadas a idade dos participantes e o fato de a maioria dos estudos ter sido realizada pelo grupo de pesquisa do autor do instrumento. Sugerem-se novas investigações.

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2021-09-16
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Marquetti, I. ., Gonçalves, Y. R. ., & Amaral, A. R. Q. . (2021). PEAK: Revisão de Literatura das Intervenções Baseadas em Equivalência de Estímulos e RFT para Pessoas com Desenvolvimento Atípico. Perspectivas Em Análise Do Comportamento, 12(1), 155-167. https://doi.org/10.18761/PAC.2021.v12.RFT.16