Relación entre reglas verbales y funcionamiento ejecutivo en adolescentes Colombianos.
García Martín, María Belén | 2020
The executive functions, from a neuropsychological point of view, are understood as the activation of the prefrontal cortex for the performance of tasks of high psychological demand. It is a correlational descriptive study; whose main objective is to determine if there is any kind of relationship between a neuropsychological field variable and two variables of the functional context previously selected. As a sample, 93 adolescent participants between 12 and 15 years of age were attending secondary school. See the application 4 subtests of the BANFE neuropsychological battery and 5 questionnaires of emotional states (anxiety, stress, depression, psychological flexibility). The results showed a relationship between the selected variables; showing that, given greater follow-up of tracking type rules, greater cognitive flexibility and self-regulation, likewise, significant differences were found between men and women.