Aprendizajes sensoriales tempranos y su relación con las conductas de apego

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María Celeste Ifrán
Andrea Suárez
Giselle Kamenetzky

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Durante las etapas tempranas del desarrollo, las especies altriciales necesitan de un cuidador para su supervivencia. En los mamíferos, los primeros aprendizajes se producen en el útero, a través de las claves quimiosensoriales presentes en el líquido amniótico, y en la etapa postnatal, a través de la leche. Estos estímulos son aportados a partir de la alimentación materna. En esta revisión se presentan evidencias sobre los aprendizajes tempranos en bebés humanos y ratas, y cómo éstos influyen en el desarrollo de conductas de apego y hábitos alimenticios.

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Andrea Suárez, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. Laboratorio de psicología experimental aplicada

Centro de Altos Estudios en Ciencias Humanas y de la Salud (CAECIHS) - Universidad Abierta Interamericana

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